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“Leaving Neverland” – Hollywood’s pedophilia problem exposed

WASHINGTON. The four-hour HBO Dan Reed documentary “Leaving Neverland” left me fuming. Not at the bizarre rock star with the pixie nose, comical high-pitch voice, and revolting compulsion to hang out with young boys, but the so-called mothers who allowed their sons to have sleepovers, they allege, in Michael Jackson’s bedroom. In Michael Jackson’s bed. ...

Call me Collin: The diary of a sex trafficked boy

WASHINGTON, July 13, 2015 – It was June of 1971 as the light of an afternoon sun filtered through dingy yellow curtains and shadows danced across the light blue walls of the second story room. Dressed in faded blue jeans and a tattered white t-shirt, my eight-year old body lay slumped on the dark wooden ...

For victims of child sex trafficking there is no Christmas

Washington, January 8, 2015 — It was December 24, 1970 as the faint glow of Christmas lights reflected on the window of the cheap hotel room, and darkness fell on the outskirts of the large southern town. The dingy yellow carpet raked across my bare feet as I nervously drew pictures of Santa and his reindeer on ...

Preventing child abuse, honoring the youngest among us

SAN DIEGO, April 8, 2014 — The devastation of child abuse will be brought front and center across America this April through the impact of the Blue Ribbon Campaign. Childhood abuse comes in many forms; these include psychological and emotional abuse, sexual abuse, physical abuse, and abuse by neglect. It strikes children in families everywhere, regardless ...

Michael Reagan speaks out about child abuse

WASHINGTON, August 9, 2013 — Michael Reagan is the adopted son of former president Ronald Reagan and actress Jane Wyman. He is also a survivor of child abuse and child pornography. After he was adopted in 1945 by former president Ronald Reagan and actress Jane Wyman, Michael Reagan fell victim to circumstances that defy our ...

Will the NCAA penalty against Penn State end the culture of silence?

Washington , July 28, 2012 – The recent report by former FBI director Louis Freeh on the cover up of sexual abuse of young boys at Penn State lays partial blame for the scandal squarely at the feet of Penn State. Detailing a clear lack of empathy, the report by Freeh showed how Penn State ...

Jerry Sandusky: A child’s innocence on trial

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2012 — As the trial of Jerry Sandusky begins, I am filled with both hope and fear of what twelve jurors will decide the innocence of a child is worth. Whether justice can erase a lifetime of suffering and restore the invaluable nature of a childhood recklessly vandalized. The implications of this ...

Eric Justin Toth FBI Most Wanted:

Washington, April 22, 2012 – Since March 14, 1950 the FBI’s most wanted list has displayed the faces that instill fear in our hearts and exposed the evil glare of America’s most despised criminals. The FBI selects individuals for this list only after careful consideration by FBI officials and in concert with the many field ...

Miramonte Elementary School, an amusement park for pedophiles

Washington, February 17, 2012 – The serene exterior of Miramonte Elementary School in South Los Angeles provides a false facade hiding a house of horrors where child sex abuse was part of the curriculum. Authorities charged two teachers, Mark Berndt and Martin Springer, of sexually abusing the students placed under their care by unsuspecting parents. ...