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Nasser, NPR & New York, the common denominator- massive sexual assaults

Surveillance cameras and immediate 911 reporting are vital steps to dramatically reduce the epidemic of sexual assaults and rapes of vulnerable women and children

Nasser committed massive sexual assaults, NPR is exposing it and New York State is covering it up

We as a civil society can no longer allow anyone, or any institution, to protect sexual predators or be able to continue to cover-up these most heinous sex crimes.”
— Michael Carey

ALBANY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- “Emergency actions must be taken by government, organization and church leaders to dramatically reduce sexual assaults and rapes and to swiftly catch and ensure the prosecution of all sexual predators, as well as those that enable them. Countless lives are being severely damaged and destroyed by monsters that can and must be weeded out of society. We also cannot ignore, or let off the hook, anyone, in positions of authority that protects and enables sexual predators, pedophiles and rapists. Individuals that are knowingly involved in shielding sexual predators to protect their institutions are just as guilty, they too are criminals that must be weeded out and prosecuted.” – Michael Carey

Larry Nasser was just sentenced to up to 150 years in prison for his sex crimes. The judge was quoted saying, ‘I Just Signed Your Death Warrant’. According to the New York Times, “More than 160 women say Larry Nasser sexually abused them.” It was also written in the Times, “Dr. Nassar, 54, was accused of molesting girls for years under the guise of giving them examinations or medical treatment. Some were as young as 6. Many of them were Olympic gymnasts.”

Larry Nassar Sentencing: ‘I Just Signed Your Death Warrant’
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/01/24/sports/larry-nassar-sentencing.html

Just following Larry Nasser’s sentencing, the calls for the resignation of the Michigan State University president were heeded. It is quoted from the ABC News piece below;

“A number of the women assaulted by Nassar spoke following his conviction Wednesday, criticizing MSU and its leadership in a statement, saying, "MSU and its administrators could have prevented the Nassar scandal if they had simply followed Title IX and the mandatory reporting laws. They ignored complaints of his misconduct going back to 1997. When they finally conducted a Title IX investigation of Nassar in 2014, they botched it and allowed him to continue allegedly molesting dozens of women and girls for two more years, including Team USA gymnasts."

Michigan State president resigns in wake of Larry Nassar conviction
http://abcnews.go.com/US/michigan-state-president-resigns-wake-larry-nassar-conviction/story?id=52599442

“It is an all too common theme, institutional leaders failing in their responsibilities and allowing sexual predators to escape justice and do what they do, which is to sexually assault, rape and destroy lives.” Michael Carey

NPR has just released a scathing investigative reporting series called “Abuse and Betrayed” exposing the massive sexual assaults and rapes of people with disabilities. According to NPR, who obtained information from the U.S. Department of Justice, people with disabilities are sexually assaulted seven or more times the rate of anyone else. There are many basic common sense safety and abuse prevention measures, including immediate 911 reporting that will, without question, dramatically reduce these sexual assault crimes, atrocities and cover-ups.

Abused and Betrayed
https://www.npr.org/series/575502633/abused-and-betrayed

In the first NPR exposé, the story of a very dangerous New York State caregiver and pedophile that the Jonathan Carey Foundation has been speaking about for many months is again brought to light. In a nutshell, this pedophile was sexually assaulting and filming at least one disabled boy that he was supposed to be taking care of in a New York State operated group home.

The Sexual Assault Epidemic No One Talks About
https://www.npr.org/2018/01/08/570224090/the-sexual-assault-epidemic-no-one-talks-about

Thankfully, Stephen DeProspero was caught in a federal porn sting and convicted and he will be in jail for a very long time. Listen to what this pedophile said in his own words, which must be heard loud and clear by everyone;

"The lack of supervision there made it easy to do what I did," DeProspero said in a handwritten affidavit obtained by The Associated Press. "I could have stayed in that house for years and abused him every day without anybody even noticing at all. It was a predator's dream."

It was a predator's dream': NY pays $3M to family of molested boy
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/crime/2017/02/20/predators-dream-ny-pays-3m-family-molested-boy/98154714/

This extremely disturbing statement made by this pedophile speaks volumes of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s mental health care system in New York State. The sad fact is that in 2011 the New York Times did a massive investigative reporting series called “Abused and Used”, which Michael Carey convinced the Times to do, which should have catapulted numerous vital reforms to protect the disabled from these heinous sex crimes. Governor Cuomo, instead, went the exact opposite direction and chose to continue protect the institutional cover-ups, jeopardizing the safety of 1,000,000 New Yorkers with disabilities. The rampant abuse and neglect has only gotten worse because most sexual predators know they can practically do anything, with anyone, and get away with it.

Governor Cuomo took no emergency actions to immediately protect people with disabilities from being sexually assaulted or raped. Governor Cuomo failed to ensure that all sexual predators that rape our most vulnerable are held accountable following the award winning New York Times “Abused and Used” investigative reporting series that became a runner up for a Pulitzer Prize.

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/nyregion/abused-and-used-series-page.html

The New York Times Editorial Board two and a half years later blasted Governor Cuomo for refusing to ensure the most basic actions were taken to protect the disabled from sexual assaults, rapes and all types of abuse or premature death. The New York Times Editorial is titled, “Protecting the Most Vulnerable”.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/10/opinion/protecting-the-most-vulnerable.html

Here are a couple of extremely damning quotes from this Editorial;

“Two-and-a-half years ago, The Times reported horrifying abuse of people with developmental disabilities or mental illnesses by state employees, who were rarely punished for it. Gov. Andrew Cuomo promised action. But too little appears to have changed.”

“There is much the governor could do. He could require surveillance cameras in these facilities, just as prisons have them. He could make sure that the police get more involved.”

Countless sexual predators, pedophiles and rapists within State run and private mental health facilities and group homes in New York State have been and continue to be protected and shielded from being prosecuted and from being placed on the sex abuse registry. The prosecution rate for crimes committed in the general public is between 60-70% and only a small fraction of 1% for the crimes committed against people with disabilities in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s mental health care system.

The most dangerous people are individuals in positions of authority that choose to protect sexual predators over the safety of vulnerable women and children rape victims. Currently, in New York State, by the directive of Governor Andrew Cuomo, almost all reported sexual assaults and rapes of people with disabilities are internally reported to another one of his agencies and disappear; they are covered-up. For over ten years, from 2007 to present, Attorney General Cuomo and then Governor Andrew Cuomo have protected countless sexual predators, pedophiles and rapists within State run and private mental health facilities and group homes from being fired, from being prosecuted and from being placed on the sex abuse registry. This timeline proves years of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s direct involvement.

http://www.einpresswire.com/article/414428414/cuomo-has-been-protecting-sexual-predators-for-over-a-decade?n=2

“When leaders and institutions purposefully look the other way in attempts to protect themselves and money evil prevails. We as a civil society can no longer allow anyone, or any institution, to protect sexual predators or be able to continue to cover-up these most heinous sex crimes.” – Michael Carey

This last New York Times exposé and quote speaks volumes;

Australia and Catholic Church ‘Failed’ Abused Children, Inquiry Finds
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/14/world/australia/australia-sexual-abuse-children.html

“It is not a case of a few rotten apples,” the report said. “Society’s major institutions have seriously failed. In many cases those failings have been exacerbated by a manifestly inadequate response to the abused person. The problems have been so widespread, and the nature of the abuse so heinous, that it is difficult to comprehend.”

No longer can 911 call systems, local police and local courts be bypassed and these sex crimes covered-up. 911 call systems must be immediately called by all mandated reporters regarding all sexual assaults and rapes. Surveillance cameras must be placed in specific areas to minimize these sex crimes and to help ensure swift arrests and convictions of all sexual predators.

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If you have any tips or knowledge of sexual assaults, rapes, deaths or cover-ups please call the Jonathan Carey Foundation sexual abuse & death tip hotline @ (518) 475-7500

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The Jonathan Carey Foundation
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The incredible life and tragic preventable death of Jonathan Carey, who was disabled, had autism, was non-verbal & only 13 when he was killed by his caregivers

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