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“A hidden room for dark secrets–Sex-abuse victims talk about experiences with counselors in special setting.” Republican-American. 30 Jun. 2008. Reprinted at http://sexoffenderissues.blogspot.com/2008/06/hidden-room-for-dark-secrets-sex-abuse.html

Arax, Mark. “Growing Faction in Kern County Claims Zealous D.A. Crosses Line.” Los Angeles Times. March 29, 1999. http://articles.latimes.com/1999/mar/29/news/mn-22197

Barber, Mike. “Perez a mentally ill investigator, woman’s lawyers say.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 9 Oct. 2000.

Barber, Mike, and Larry Lang. “Jury finds city, county negligent in child sex ring case.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 1 Aug. 2001.

Bergner, Daniel. “The Making of a Molester.” New York Times 23 Jan. 2005

Block, Melissa, and Don Gonyea. “Analysis: President Bush Discounts Impact Of Anti-War Protest Marches Around The World .” National Public Radio: All Things Considered. National Public Radio, 18 Feb. 2003.

Boakye, Paul. “Women in Film: Yaba Badoe on The Witches of Gambaga.” Colorful Times. 1 October 2010. http://www.colorfultimes.com/2010/10/culture/film/yaba-badoe-filming-witches-gambaga/

Boughton, Kathryn. “In the Peter Reilly Case, Odd New Developments.” Litchfield County Times. 30 Jan. 2004.

Burke, Garance. “Crusading Calif. D.A. retires, leaves painful wake.” Springfield News-Sun / Associated Press. November 14, 2009. http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/news/nation-world-news/crusading-calif-d-a-retires-leaves-painful-wake-402095.html

“Calif. school closed in molestation probe, principal has defenders.” CBS News. July 19, 2011 http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-20080809-504083.html

“The Child Terror.” Frontline. PBS.org. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/terror/

“Citrus Heights School Volunteer: ‘I Saw What I Saw’” KCRATV http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otCzwmA-oT8

Cole, Michelle. “Records show some family members knew 5-year-old Oleander Labier was being abused but didn’t act.” The Oregonian. August 22, 2011. http://blog.oregonlive.com/politics_impact/print.html?entry=/2011/08/records_show_family_members_kn.html

Collett, Ellen, “Inflection and the Narrative Voice: The L.A.P.D. Teaches Creative Writing.” The Writer’s Chronicle, V 43, n 3, 2010.

“Condemned by pope, witchcraft a reality in Africa.” National Catholic Reporter. Mar. 21, 2009. http://ncronline.org/print/12657

Cooke, Jordan. “Down and around Sharon’s distinctive and historic Valley.” The Lakeville Journal. 26 Jul. 2007.

Cronch, Lindsay E., Jodi L.Viljoeny, and David J.Hansenz. “Forensic interviewing in child sexual abuse cases: Current techniques and future directions.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 11:3 (May-June 2006), pp. 195–207.

DeRosa, Ronald. Reporting for Register Citizen. “House of Horror: Father, two sons sentenced for long-term sex abuse of girl” (20 Feb. 2010); “Years of horrible sexual abuse, 2 years in jail: Sharon case sparks sentencing debate” (7 Mar. 2010).

Dew, Jack. “Appeals court: Bernard Baran should remain free.” Berkshire Eagle 15 May 2009.

Dicken, Brad. “Ohio Supreme Court reinstates Head Start convictions; Nancy Smith, Joseph Allen to return to prison.” The Chronicle-Telegram. January 27th, 2011 http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2011/01/27/ohio-supreme-court-reinstates-head-start-convictions-smith-allen-to-return-to-prison/

Dissell, Rachel. “One of accusers in Lorain Head Start child-molestation case, now 22, beginning to have doubts if abuse ever occurred.” Cleveland Plain Dealer. 17 April 2002.

Dundas, Chad. “Focus still on family of pastor charged in child sex-ring case.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 11, 2001.

Duodu, Cameron. “Why are ‘witches’ still being burned alive in Ghana?” The Guardian. 31 December 2010. http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/belief/2010/dec/31/ghana-witches-burned-alive-women/print

“Elementary school principal ‘molested at least 10 students over 15 year period.’” Daily Mail. July 19, 2011.

Geranios, Nicholas K. “Wenatchee case lawsuit trial opens.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer / Associated Press. July 10, 2001

“Ghana: The Witches of Gambaga.” The Guardian. Thursday 25 November 2010. http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/video/2010/nov/25/witches-gambaga-ghana

Goldmacher, Shane. “California’s social services chief wins lucrative pay deal.” Los Angeles Times. May 14, 2011. http://articles.latimes.com/2011/may/14/local/la-me-state-pay-20110514

Gutierrez, Melody, Sam Stanton and Cynthia Hubert. “Citrus Heights school lockdown was appropriate amid abuse allegations, experts say.” The Sacramento Bee. Jul. 23, 2011.

Hall, Elizabeth. Interview with Urs Allemann. Tarpaulin Sky. http://tsky-reviews.blogspot.com/2010/04/urs-alleman-interviewed-by-elizabeth.html

Hubert, Cynthia. “Supporters of principal in sex case to demand reopening of Citrus Heights school.” The Sacramento Bee. Jul. 28, 2011

Hubert, Cynthia, and Sam Stanton. “McMartin Preschool abuse-case fiasco led to new child interview techniques” The Sacramento Bee. Jul. 21, 2011

Iqbal, Maneeza. “Lawsuit filed against principal accused of molesting kids.” News 10. Sep 8, 2011 http://www.news10.net/news/article/153861/2/Lawsuit-filed-against-principal-accused-of-molesting-kids-

Jones, Maggie. “Who Was Abused?” New York Times Magazine. September 19, 2004 http://www.nytimes.com/2004/09/19/magazine/19KIDSL.html

Kawahara, Matt. “Principal’s backers protest to Citrus Heights City Council.” The Sacramento Bee. Jul. 29, 2011

Kennedy, Tracy. Reporting for the Register Citizen. “Bond lowered in child rape case.” (19 May 2004); “Boys charged with sexual assault not to be tried as adults.” (27 Dec. 2004); “Father, 2 sons in court on sex abuse charges.” (05 Aug. 2009); “Fourth man due in court in sex case.” (13 Jul. 2007); “Hickey gets 20 years for molesting child at campground.” (13 Jun. 2009); “Man pleads in Sharon sex case.” (12 Jan. 2005); “Man to find out his fate today in sex case.” (10 Jun. 2005); “Police charge teen babysitter with horrific sex abuse crimes.” (25 Feb. 2004); “Rapes net 20 years.” (11 Jun. 2005).

Kern, Terry L. “Satanic Ritual Abuse: How Real?” Institute for Psychological Therapies. Vol. 6, 1994.

Kumar, Sheila V. “Calif. principal denies molestation allegations.” Associated Press. 19 July 2011.

Kumar, Sheila V. “California School Closes After Child Sex Abuse Allegations” Huffington Post/AP 18 July 2011

LaSalle, Daniel, Washington Legislative Office. “Innocent Until Proven Indigent.” ACLU blog. http://www.aclu.org/blog/racial-justice/innocent-until-proven-indigent

Leveritt, Mara. “West Memphis 3 freed in plea bargain.” Arkansas Times. 19 Aug 2011.

“Los Angeles Pressing Inquiry into Sexual Abuse of Children.” The New York Times. National Desk, Late City Final Edition, Section 1, Page 24. April 1, 1984

Mann, Camille. “Calif. school closed in molestation probe, principal has defenders.” CBS/KOVR July 19, 2011.

Manning, Lona. Writing for Crime Magazine. “The Forgotten Innocent Man,” Updated Oct. 16, 2006; “Nightmare at the Daycare: The Wee Care Case,” Updated January 14, 2007; “The Shame of Lorraine, Ohio,”Updated April 17, 2011.

Mason, M.A. “The Child Sex Abuse Syndrome: The Other Major Issue in State of New Jersey v. Margaret Kelly Michaels. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law, 1, 399-410.

“Molestation investigation shuts California school.” AP/FoxNews. July 18, 2011 http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/07/18/molestation-investigation-shuts-california-school/

Monacelli, Nick. “Father: State was told principal was suspected of molesting students” News 10 Jul 19, 2011

Monacelli, Nick. “Social services director to earn $1.25M amidst budget cuts.” ABC News 10. May 17, 2011.

“‘Monster’ given 20-year sentence Baby sitter put three children through 18 months [sic].” Free Republic, 11 Jun. 2005.

Norwood, Dennis, reporting for The Chattanoogan. “Tonya Craft Attorneys File Second Amended Complaint In Federal Court.” October 1, 2010; “Tonya Craft Defense Costing Over Half Million Dollars: Defense Rests In Child Molestation Trial At Ringgold.” May 7, 2010; “Tonya Craft Found Not Guilty Of All Charges: Supporters Of Former Kindergarten Teacher Shout For Joy.” May 11, 2010.

Ocloo, Della Russel. “Grandma Set Ablaze To Exorcise Witchcraft.” Daily Graphic. 26 November 2010. http://www.graphic.com.gh/news/page.php?news=10378

Pitts, Carol, Marcella Pitts, and Richard Pitts. “We know the real truth.” The Bakersfield Californian, June 18 2010. http://www.bakersfield.com/opinion/community/x637735604/We-know-the-real-truth

Qin, J., Goodman, G. S., Bottoms, B. L., & Shaver, P. R., “Repressed memories of ritualistic and religion-related child abuse,” in S. J. Lynn & K. M. McConkey (Eds.), Truth in memory. (pp. 260-283). New York, NY: Guilford Press, 1998.

Rabinowitz, Dorothy. “Homecoming: Gerald Amirault enjoys his first days of freedom in 18 years.” Wall Street Journal: OpinionJournal 28 May 2004. http://web.archive.org/web/20050217160518/www.opinionjournal.com/editorial/feature.html?id=110005141.

Reinhold, Robert. “The Longest Trial–A Post-Mortem: Collapse of Child-Abuse Case: So Much Agony for So Little.” The New York Times. January 24, 1990.

Salzman, Avi. “Baby Sitter, 17, Raped and Tortured Three Children for a Year, Police Say.” New York Times 27 Feb. 2004.

Schneider, Andrew, and Mike Barber, reporting for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. “Children sacrificed for the case: Allegations set up a puzzle of doubtful ethics, dubious facts.” (February 23, 1998); “Detective a man who charmed, harmed: Trouble follows on and off the job.” (February 23, 1998); “Children hurt by the system: Society’s protectors bent, broke and ignored rules.” (February 24, 1998); “Children shuttled to Idaho facility: Many of them admitted with vague diagnoses.” (February 24, 1998); “With every step, rights were trampled.” (February 25,1998); “The Accused: 43 people were charged with more than 27,000 counts of child rape.” (February 25,1998); “‘Lies, lies and more lies,’ says jailed man: Migrant farm worker an easy target.” (February 25,1998); “‘They robbed me of my childhood.'” (February 26,1998); “‘Non-believers’ risked everything for justice: A few united to help the accused.” (February 26,1998); “Social worker cries foul, pays dearly: Unwillingness to compromise costs her a job.” (February 26,1998); “Lives ruined because lessons ignored.” (February 27,1998); “Justice’s watchdogs looked the other way: Report finally changes tone of stories.” (February 27,1998).

Shaw, David. “Where Was Skepticism in Media? : Pack journalism and hysteria marked early coverage of the McMartin case.” Los Angeles Times. January 19, 1990.

Slater, Lauren. “How Do You Cure A Sex Addict?” The New York Times. 19 Nov. 2000.

Smith, David. “Ghanaian woman burned to death for being a ‘witch.’ Evangelical pastor among five people arrested for dousing 72-year-old Ama Hemmah in kerosene and setting her ablaze.” The Guardian. 29 November 2010. http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/nov/29/ghanaian-woman-burned-death-witch/print

Stannard, Ed. “Connecticut praises ruling allowing sex criminals to be held after sentence is up.” Register Citizen 18 May 2010.

Stanton, Sam. “Former receptionist details abuse allegations against school principal.” Sacramento Bee. 19 July 201.

Tebbe, Nelson. “Witchcraft and the Constitution.” From Traditional African Religions in South African Law, edited by TW Bennett. Publisher website at UCT Books Live. Nov 11th, 2011 http://uctpress.bookslive.co.za/blog/2011/11/11/from-traditional-african-religions-in-south-african-law-witchcraft-and-the-constitution/

Terhaar, Joyce. “From the Executive Editor: Lessons of the past factor into coverage of molestation allegations.” The Sacramento Bee. Jul. 24, 2011.

“Town News Briefing.” Hartford Courant. 26 March 2004.

“Updates on some of those accused.” Seattle Post-Intelligencer. 1 Aug. 2001.

Wakefield, Hollida. “Guidelines on Investigatory Interviewing of Children: What is the Consensus in the Scientific Community?” American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 24(3), 57-74 (2006).

Zuger, Abigail, “Abusing Not Only Children, but Also Science” The New York Times. 25 Jan. 2010. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/26/health/26zuger.html