Child sex abuse victims urged to come forward

By Andrew Pearson 
July 10 2013 - 7:00am
NO BARRIER: Chief executive of the Truth Justice Healing Council, Francis Sullivan, was in Wagga yesterday helping local clergys prepare for the Royal Commission on institutional responses to child sexual abuse. Riverina residents are being urged to come forward with their stories. 						  Picture: Addison Hamilton
NO BARRIER: Chief executive of the Truth Justice Healing Council, Francis Sullivan, was in Wagga yesterday helping local clergys prepare for the Royal Commission on institutional responses to child sexual abuse. Riverina residents are being urged to come forward with their stories. Picture: Addison Hamilton

IT HAS cast a dark shadow over the lives of many and the depth and breadth of its impact isn’t fully understood. 

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