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Mom found guilty of disorderly conduct for protecting daughter from TSA

23 Oct 2012 11:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
Mom guilty of disorderly conduct for refusing to be molested

She did not want anyone "...touching her daughters crotch."

Ms Abbott did not want "...someone to see our bodies naked."  

According to Tennessee's Department of Child Protective Services website:

Sexual Abuse includes penetration or external touching of a child's intimate parts, oral sex with a child, indecent exposure or any other sexual act performed in a child's presence for sexual gratification, sexual use of a child for prostitution, and the manufacturing of child pornography

Child sexual abuse is also the willful failure of the parent or the child's caretaker to make a reasonable effort to stop child sexual abuse by another person.

Child abuse can happen anywhere -- in poor, middle-class or well-to-do homes, in rural or urban areas.


Ms. Abbott did her duty: She made a reasonable effort to stop child sexual abuse by another person. Her reward was to be jailed and prosecuted in the interest of 'security'.











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