Former speed skater lends her support to a bill that aids child sex abuse victims


A former speed skater could not sue her attacker for child abuse because the statute of limitations ran out. Now bridie Farrell wants lawmakers to give other child victims chance years after they realized they were assaulted we're gonna see institutions being able to realign themselves with the goals and the missions of those organizations which are youth serving in community serving organization. A state Senate Bill would give dealt seven years after I coming forward to name their attackers in a civil suit. Critics say accusations could fly decades after possible attacks when no evidence remains. Meanwhile, Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery tells KTAR he's not opposed to giving victims of child abuse and sexual assault. More time to sue their attackers. He says he encourages state lawmakers to extend the time these victims have to come forward with civil

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