San Antonio SNAP Leader Letter to the Editor - San Antonio Express News

Abusers to account

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: Since you say it is time to “make sure we eliminate all rapists from the streets of Texas,” then let us get on with this removal of all sexual predator bishops, priests, nuns, pastors, health care providers, teachers, janitors, mental health professionals, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts, and uncles.

However, in most cases of sexual abuse by those whom we trust, it takes decades to report, allowing most rapists to stay not on the streets but in our parishes and homes, and in all walks of our lives.

Clearly, your plan must include the elimination of the statute of limitations, or at least a look-back window, so that all abusers and the institutions who cover for them are held accountable in the court system.

Surely, this must be a part of your plan?

Patti Koo, chapter leader,

San Antonio-New Braunfels Survivors Network of those

Abused by Priests

(Originally found here - https://www.expressnews.com/opinion/letters-editor/article/Your-turn-Sept-19-16467499.php

Abusers to account

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: Since you say it is time to “make sure we eliminate all rapists from the streets of Texas,” then let us get on with this removal of all sexual predator bishops, priests, nuns, pastors, health care providers, teachers, janitors, mental health professionals, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts and uncles.

However, in most cases of sexual abuse by those whom we trust, it takes decades to report, allowing most rapists to stay not on the streets but in our parishes and homes, and in all walks of our lives.

Clearly, your plan must include the elimination of the statute of limitations, or at least a look-back window, so that all abusers and the institutions who cover for them are held accountable in the court system.

Surely, this must be a part of your plan?

Patti Koo, chapter leader,

San Antonio-New Braunfels Survivors Network of those

Abused by Priests

Abusers to account

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott: Since you say it is time to “make sure we eliminate all rapists from the streets of Texas,” then let us get on with this removal of all sexual predator bishops, priests, nuns, pastors, health care providers, teachers, janitors, mental health professionals, fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, grandfathers, grandmothers, aunts and uncles.

However, in most cases of sexual abuse by those whom we trust, it takes decades to report, allowing most rapists to stay not on the streets but in our parishes and homes, and in all walks of our lives.

Clearly, your plan must include the elimination of the statute of limitations, or at least a look-back window, so that all abusers and the institutions who cover for them are held accountable in the court system.

Surely, this must be a part of your plan?

Patti Koo, chapter leader,

San Antonio-New Braunfels Survivors Network of those

Abused by Priests


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