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High Councilman arrested for filming a woman getting undressed

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5 minutes ago, Tacenda said:

You'd have to wade into the stories, but I remember several that were abused psychologically and a few physically during a bishop's interview. I would have to spend some time going through again, I will if I can. Soon going to babysit my new granddaughter while my daughter gets an oil change, if she will let me know a time, that would be nice!! ;) 

https://protecteverychild.com/read-the-stories/

Thanks Tac. Have fun with your grandbaby. 😊

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3 minutes ago, bluebell said:

Thanks Tac. Have fun with your grandbaby. 😊

Thank you! BTW, did you notice I edited my post? Just wanted to make sure you realize I don't know if many of the stories to Sam's website are true. 

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12 minutes ago, bluebell said:

How would a camera on the bishop help with inappropriate questions though, and still maintain the privacy of the other person?  Audio would pick up both people in the room, wouldn’t it?

I didn't suggest a camera....and I'm not sure how it would help, to be honest.  It may prevent inappropriate questioning though....

12 minutes ago, bluebell said:

I think that’s what the real struggle is. Most of the preventive measures we can think of, prevent things that we aren’t really having problems with, but don’t resolve other concerns. 

I think we are having problems with abuse (unless it's just publicized more now?).  For me, I believe the best preventative solution would be to have the mandatory youth interviews (where the leader initiates the interview) be two deep (for the protection of the leaders too).  I know the leaders have already made that an option, but I feel it should be policy.  I also believe that if the youth initiates the interview or has something they want to discuss privately with a leader, they should be allowed a one on one interview (if the youth desires this). 

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1 hour ago, ALarson said:

I didn't suggest a camera....and I'm not sure how it would help, to be honest.  It may prevent inappropriate questioning though....

I think we are having problems with abuse (unless it's just publicized more now?).  For me, I believe the best preventative solution would be to have the mandatory youth interviews (where the leader initiates the interview) be two deep (for the protection of the leaders too).  I know the leaders have already made that an option, but I feel it should be policy.  I also believe that if the youth initiates the interview or has something they want to discuss privately with a leader, they should be allowed a one on one interview (if the youth desires this). 

My question was to Mustard Seed, who mentioned using a camera that was trained only onto the bishop.  That's why I asked the camera question.

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11 minutes ago, bluebell said:

My question was to Mustard Seed, who mentioned using a camera that was trained only onto the bishop.  That's why I asked the camera question.

Oh...gotcha.  You quoted me and addressed the question to me (that's why I responded).  Sorry for the confusion!

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57 minutes ago, ALarson said:

Oh...gotcha.  You quoted me and addressed the question to me (that's why I responded).  Sorry for the confusion!

I did address you, because you answered my question to Mustard Seed concerning the cameras.  :D 

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On 8/20/2019 at 11:02 AM, Duncan said:

I saw that! no pun intended😏 i'm going to throw this out there but probably not his first time

People who do such things, seldom get caught the first time. There will be other photos, other files, at least that is what the cop in me, tells me. 

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I know it was highlighted this man was a HP....but the issue is not his Church, there are bad people in every church, profession, city, state, country.  The issue is this person is like so many nowadays of both sexes: they have issues.  They have problems.  Perhaps it was always this way, or maybe the society we now live in breeds these issues.  Regardless, his actions have hurt so many lives.  

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