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Portugal pedophile ring, Nuwaubians alleged pedophile trial, Hawaii law

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    scroll for news articles Child sexual abuse scandal enrages Portugal - Decades of Abuse: The Portuguese public is reeling after ten prominent media and
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      Child sexual abuse scandal enrages Portugal - Decades of Abuse: The
      Portuguese public is reeling after ten prominent media and political figures were
      charged with sexually abusing children in state care AFP , Lisbon 1/1/04
      "Portugal's prime minister on Tuesday expressed confidence in the nation's justice
      system, one day after 10 people, including top political and TV figures, were
      charged with sexually abusing minors from a state-run home."
      http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/world/archives/2004/01/01/2003085940

      State Supreme Court strikes down child sex law 1/1/04 (Honolulu-AP) "The
      high court voted three-to-two against the law aimed at those accused of repeated
      sexual crimes against children. The Supreme Court says it denies the accused
      the constitutional right to due process. The 1997 law made it a single
      criminal offense to repeatedly attack a child under the age of 14 if the offender
      lives with the victim or has recurring access to them."
      http://www.kpua.net/news.php?id=1092

      Cult leaders molestation trial could create circus AP - Eatonton, Ga. 1/3/04
      ""District Attorney Fred Bright, who is heading the planned state prosecution
      to follow, has accused York of having sexual contact with as many as 13 girls
      and boys, including instances of sexual intercourse. York, 58, has maintained
      hes being unfairly prosecuted because of a vendetta by small-town authorities
      who dislike the mostly black members of his cult for their unusual practices
      and a neo-Egyptian compound that includes pyramid-like structures complete with
      hieroglyphics. The Nuwaubians, who once claimed 5,000 members but now are
      down to a few hundred....At a Christmas parade in Brunswick, the Nuwaubians said
      they were a Masons group as they handed out literature and asked spectators
      about the guilt or innocence of York."
      http://www.accessnorthga.com/news/ap_newfullstory.asp?ID=28390


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