Sexual Abuse Prevention

11 petitions

Started 8 months ago

Petition to Lancaster County Sheriff's Office, Trey Gowdy, Lindsey Graham, James E. Clyburn, Henry McMaster, South Carolina Department of Corrections, Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, Michelle Obama, Obama, North Carolina State House, North Carolina Governor, Richard Burr

Kill or convict Ernie the low key pedo

Ernest "Ernie" Edward Johnson III is a self proclaimed "low-key pedo." Ernie wants to have sexual relations with an 8-12 year old girl-with her "consent." Ernie is 29 years old, & dating barely legal, Jessica Perry, who is carrying Ernie's second baby, a little boy, & encourages Ernie to "accept" being a pedophile. There are text messages between the two going around on social media. Ernie asks her if she ever tried to f*** any of her step dads, & says he's watching step family porn. Jessica then tells him no, however she was raped by one. He says that makes him feel bad, but he gets off hearing about her stories. He asks if she would be okay with him getting a child sex doll, and she says she just doesn't like dolls, but as long as he keeps it put up & there's no "creepy bs," she is ok with it. He even goes as far as telling her to delete their messages incase someone uses her phone, because everyone would hate him if they knew he was low key a pedo. His entire family defends him, with their reason being that they've known Mr. Ernest for years, & never got that vibe from him. The mother of his first child made a police report and gave them the phone for evidence. Nothing has been done, and no one has followed up with her. She is keeping her son away from this monster and his family for great reason. Make a conviction, before a member of society takes matters into their own hands and acts as the judge and jury. He will meet his match and get sent straight to his maker for trying to mess with the wrong person's child one day. DON'T wait for it to reach that point, if it hasn't already. 

Britney Bihh
130 supporters
Started 9 months ago

Petition to Pope Francis

Times Up Pope Francis: Clergy Abuse Survivors and #MeToo Survivors #SpeakOut

Platinum Signers: Johnathon Schaech (Actor), Annabella Sciora (Actress), Dash Mihok (Actor), Rosanna Arquette (Actress), Caitlin Dulany (Actress), Joely Fisher (Actress), Jessica Barth (Actress) 3 Goals: ● End Child Sexual Abuse and Coverups ● Strengthen Child Protection Laws -- End Statute of Limitations for ALL Survivors (both criminal and civil laws) ● Sexual abuse damages all, boys and girls, men and women. End bashing homosexuals as a scapegoat for criminal predators and those criminal officials who cover for them. What You Need To Know Clergy abuse survivors and #MeToo survivors UNITE and #SpeakOut together because when one of us suffers we all suffer. In fighting for justice for one survivor we fight for justice for all! Last year the world watched women of the #MeToo movement #SpeakOut about abuse, and rightly so. Since then major news stories in 2018 disclosed revelations about child sexual abuse by Catholic clergy and its cover-up by Church officials. These horrid truths should concern all of us.  We should all be outraged, especially those of us who have children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Dangerous priests have been hidden in plain sight. Catholic hierarchs have spent millions for lobbyists, fighting to keep survivors from the justice system by opposing needed reform.  They know giving survivors access would lay bare the institution's role in covering up these crimes. However, this action denies all abuse survivors legal rights, not just Catholic victims. The Church claims high moral authority when it opposes homosexual marriage, birth control and abortions. At the same time, it allows heinous crimes against children to continue unabated. The impact of the power and influence of the Church is felt throughout our society. Just like in the #MeToo movement, one person’s outcry was routinely dismissed and ignored by the Catholic Church. However, for the past 30 years abuse survivors around the world have begun to unite and #SpeakOut together. These united voices have become a powerful witness. People, including law enforcement officials, are listening. This week Pope Francis and Bishops from around the world are finishing up their summit on the Church’s ever-expanding abuse crisis. They have a lot to discuss. This past year the Pennsylvania grand jury report exposed over 300 “predator priests” in 6 of the 8 dioceses in that state and found more than a 1000 victims. Since the report was released, additional survivors have come forward, and more abusers have been exposed. As many as one in three American bishops have been accused of failing to respond appropriately to cases of sexual abuse. A preliminary report by the Attorney General of Illinois found that approximately 74% of allegations reported to the 6 dioceses in that state were either minimized, or never even investigated in the first place. Bishops in Illinois themselves admitted that they would not “substantiate” an abuse case if only one person had come forward, EVEN IF they believed that person. Survivors, Catholics, law enforcement and the public are uniting to tell Church officials that we will no longer tolerate the protection of the guilty at the expense of the innocent. We cannot let them blame their internal failure to deal with sexual abuse on the homosexual community. They need to look inward, to give more women positions of power as they abolish the ‘old boys club’ network. Until the Catholic Church cleans its own house, we must deny them influence on social issues. #SpeakOut If you were a witness to any clergy crimes or have information about them, follow the inspiring example of Siobhan O’Conner of the Diocese of Buffalo. Report what you know to civil authorities. Notify the media. #SpeakOut When we work together, we can realize the heart's desire of all survivors for the future: that no more children will suffer harm at the hands of a predator. Please, let’s #SpeakOut For those of you reading this who are victims of clergy sexual abuse, whenever or wherever it occurred, you are not alone. What happened to you was not your fault, and does not need to define you. Abuse occurs in isolation--healing happens in community. You don’t have to live in fear and shame. Join your brothers and sisters in the survivor community. #SpeakOut WE NEED YOUR HELP! Sign this Petition to show your support and call for Pope Francis to STOP marginalizing victims and survivors of abuse. Tweet using the hashtag #SpeakOut to DEMAND Pope Francis releases all allegations of abuse to the proper authorities.   Use Hashtag: #SpeakOut to Spread the Word on Social Media Sample Tweets You Can Use To Help You #SpeakOut: “Survivors of clergy abuse and secular institutional abuse are all in this together. We are stronger when we #SpeakOut together. I DEMAND Pope Francis releases ALL allegations of abuse to the proper authorities.” “Catholic hierarchs have spent millions for lobbyists, fighting to keep survivors from the justice system by opposing needed reform. This action denies ALL abuse survivors legal rights, not just Catholic victims. #SpeakOut” “My name is _______ and I DEMAND Pope Francis halts all efforts to obstruct the legal rights of victims of abuse. #SpeakOut”

Johnathon Schaech
850 supporters