URGENT: Nationwide Call for Federal Investigation into Largest SexuConcord, New Hampshire Aug 19, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – al Abuse Scandal in the United States
In an unprecedented show of unity, concerned citizens from across the nation are calling upon the Office of the US Attorney and relevant authorities to launch an urgent and comprehensive federal investigation into an unimaginable juvenile abuse scandal that has sent shockwaves through the heart of our great nation. We also highlight a conflict of interest with Jane E. Young, the current US Attorney for New Hampshire, was involved with and aware of the reported abuse as she had been the NH Attorney General while this abuse was happening and being covered up by State employees.
Disturbed by the horrifying accounts of unspeakable abuse and suffering endured by defenseless juveniles under state custody, citizens are demanding transparency, accountability, justice, and compassion. This scandal, which involves over 1,300 children and youth who were held at institutions such as but not limited to the Sununu Youth Services Center, Spaulding Youth Center, DCYF, and foster care placements, represents a shocking betrayal of our trust and a violation of the very principles that our society holds dear.
“We stand at a critical juncture where the safety and well-being of our youth have been compromised to an alarming extent,” said Anonymous, a concerned citizen from NH, “This is not just an issue of a few isolated incidents – it is a systemic failure that demands a swift and unyielding response from our nation’s authorities.”
The scope of this scandal extends beyond the heinous acts committed; it includes a disturbing pattern of concealment and neglect by state employees who were entrusted with protecting the vulnerable. “It is deeply troubling that those who should have been guardians of our youth have instead abdicated their moral and legal responsibilities,” Anonymous added.
The demand for a federal investigation is rooted in both state and federal law. Violations of fundamental principles, such as NH RSA TITLE XII, Chapter 169-C – the CHILD PROTECTION ACT, and federal statutes like 18 U.S.C. Â§ 1071 – the Federal Crime of Concealing a Person from Arrest, TORTURE 18 U.S.C. 2340 which “prohibits torture committed by public officials under color of law against persons within the public official’s custody or control, and 18 U.S. Code Â§ 2071 – the Concealment, Removal, or Mutilation of Records, highlight the urgent need for swift and decisive action.
“We implore the Office of the Attorney General and all concerned authorities to hear our impassioned plea for justice and accountability,” Anonymous urged. “This investigation is not just an inquiry into past wrongs, but a declaration that our society will not tolerate the violation of our most vulnerable members.”
The collective voice of outraged citizens echoes across the nation, calling for a beacon of hope amidst the darkness – a beacon that promises justice, compassion, and a commitment to safeguarding the rights and dignity of every individual, especially those who have been tragically victimized by State and its agents.
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