Boy alleges sexual abuse in juvenile home, child rights panel orders probe — The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has ordered an investigation into allegations of physical abuse in a juvenile observation home in Meerut. The allegations were made by a 17-year-old boy from Greater Noida, who was among 43 children who had escaped from the juvenile observation home on December 18. He alleged that the mass escape was prompted by repeated instances of physical and sexual abuse of juveniles by adult youths living in the observation home.
Camille Paglia: A Feminist Defense of Masculine Virtues — ‘What you’re seeing is how a civilization commits suicide,” says Camille Paglia. This self-described “notorious Amazon feminist” isn’t telling anyone to Lean In or asking Why Women Still Can’t Have It All. No, her indictment may be as surprising as it is wide-ranging: The military is out of fashion, Americans undervalue manual labor, schools neuter male students, opinion makers deny the biological differences between men and women, and sexiness is dead.
Child sexual abuse victims angry over perpetrator’s jail term — Victims of a man who sexually assaulted 11 boys more than three decades ago when he was a community leader are angry at what they consider a light jail term. Barry Francis Watson, 73, will serve a minimum of 2 1/2 years in prison for abusing boys in his care as young as seven when he was a leader in the Anglican Church’s youth group, CEBS, between 1969 and 1979. Watson was found guilty in October of 12 charges of indecent assault on a boy aged under 16.
Haqqani Network Leaders Sexually Abuse Teenager Boys — The Afghan intelligence – National Directorate of Security (NDS) accused Haqqani Network leaders for sexual abuse of children after hiring them for terrorist activities. NDS following a statement said Thursday, “Haqqani terrorist network members are sexually abusing children in training camps Haqqani’s commanders are sexually abusing teenage boys who are being trained to carry out terror acts.”
Issue of Charter right in child porn case gets sidetracked at Supreme Court — Imagine a police officer sitting downtown in his cruiser, grabbing a sandwich. As he chows down and gazes about, he sees a woman being thrown from the ninth floor of a condo, fourth from the corner. Should he be able to go and ask the doorman for the name of the owner and number of the unit, so he might have the information he needs to appear before a judge and get a search warrant? Continue reading