The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests
SNAP Press Statement
Statement Regarding NJ Governor Signs Bill Revoking Charitable Immunities Act
Statement by David Clohessy of St. Louis
(314) 566-9790 cell
Kids are safer than ever in New Jersey now.
Employers now have more incentive to screen employees, train children,
New Jersey citizens should be grateful to the brave molestation victims
Statement by Mark Serrano of Leesburg, Virginia,
My home state of New Jersey is yet another in a growing list of states that have supported retroactive changes in the law that will restore justice to those abused as children and bring dangerous predators to justice. Senator Joseph Vitale (D-Woodbridge) , Fixthelaw.org led by Mark Crawford, Marc Goebel, John Hardwicke, SNAP leaders, VOTF members and many others worked for seven years to fix the law in New Jersey and provide incentive to charitable institutions to protect children from predators. Thank goodness they never quit.
Barbara Blaine of Chicago, SNAP Founder and President (312) 399 4747 cell
Mark Serrano of Leasburg VA, SNAP Board Member (703) 727 4940 cell, (703)
Mary Grant of Long Beach CA, SNAP Board Member (626) 419 2930
Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests