"This is important for this child's future. He is so incredibly bright and wants to be a Dr." These words were told to us by this boys mother.
But this is also important for ALL children and their abusers, to know that such a crime cannot go unpunished. So many cases have fallen through cracks where mothers (and fathers) were accused of making up allegations of sexual abuse against the other parent and children were forced by courts to go back to their abuser. THIS MUST STOP NOW!!
A letter from the mother:
"My name is Alla Sinyak and I am pleading for help because my son and I are in a very serious life threatening situation. Since November 20th, 2012 my son who is 10, has reported to me that he has being molested by his dad. My son has been deeply psychologically traumatized. He doesn't believe that anyone can help him. He is in permanent anxiety and depression.
When I reported to the Broadmoor police on November 20th of 2012 of sexual and physical abuse of my son after two weeks I was informed that no evidence was found. My son had to go back to his dad and endure more sexual abuse. This time the abuse was more severe and more outrageous. My son didn't think anyone would believe him so he didn't speak about it until July 30 when he finally reported to me that he could not tolerate all this abuse any longer. I went to the police station and informed then again about the continence of sexual abuse. The police officers didn't believe. An officer spoke to me very suspiciously and did not want to deal with this very serious matter. They were not supportive with me and my son. I insisted on filing a new report and they had to start a new investigation.
From the first time I reported the crime to now, my son has been writing a journal where he depicts everything that has gone on with him for a long time. In his journal he included graphic drawings. I sent this journal and drawings to the police. I also turned in a recording of where my son tell about the abuse that he goes through at his dad's house. When I call the officer at the Broadmoor police department and leave message after message to see if there is an update and there is no response from him. After not receiving and response I went again to the station to speak to the officer in person and he spoke to me like a second class citizen. He showed me that he doesn't believe my son and me and he is only doing the investigation because the law abides him to do so. My great concern is if this investigation is not pursued thoroughly and profoundly there is strong possibility that they will close the case this time and my son will have to go back to his dad for continual tortures and molestation. I am asking you to help me to protect my son who already suffered a lot and will never forget the holocaust he went through at his dad's house. I'm pleading to you for help because I am a single mother who doesn't have anybody to help me and my son. The superficial and formal approach to this matter can lead to very great and irreparable consequences to my son. The belief of the officer that I could coach my son to say all these things and draw all these things shows that he has prejudice against me, a Jewish religious woman who is very respected in the Jewish Community. I could never ask my son not only to fabricate these things, but even to make him think of such atrocities is against my entire moral belief."
This mother has sent us a picture of some of the notes her son has made, and they are deeply disturbing. We also have a signed letter of support from her Rabbi about how wonderful she is as a mother and member of the Jewish community.
There has been some debate among the administrators at Mothers Against Abuse to put this picture up, but eventually it was resolved that if a 10 year old kid out there is actually enduring these things, then the ADULTS who have the power to sign and share can suffer through a couple uncomfortable thoughts
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