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Remove limit on child sex abuse

April 9, 2013

Most state lawbooks contain statutes of limitations, setting limits on how much time can pass before states can no longer charge a person with a crime, or a person can no longer file a civil suit....

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Apr-16-13 10:18 AM

Could those who disagree elaborate on why you disagree? I'm guessing it is in regards to those who are falsely accused. That in itself is another horrible crime & must be addressed. The unmistaken sexual predators of children should still have to be held accountable with no statute of limitations.

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Apr-15-13 3:11 PM

As the editorial states the pain & suffering doesn't stop after seven years. Sometimes it NEVER stops because their young lives are forever altered. The beauty of their innocence has been robbed, & they will never be the same.

Predators who seek to satisfy themselves in this way, inflicting their heinous actions on children, need to be held accountable, no matter when the crime surfaces.

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Apr-14-13 7:01 PM

I totally agree. The statute of limitations on sexual predators, especially in regards to minors, should be removed.

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