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This book aims to expose the socioligical impact of sexual abuse and child predators that threaten the mental and physical health of our children and pollute our community.
Anick Lavigne's shocking story deals with the worst kind of predators: The less obvious, most danderous ones, the ones that appeared friendly and norman and lived right next door. In the past, before laws were passed to protect children, chlid predators had free reign. Incapable of apathy, they acted freely on their despicable vices, oblivious to the lives that were destroyed or affected in the process.
Quote: "Most sex offenders appeared to be normal, friendly and may even be attractive. It's a myth to think they are weird-looking people." Margareth O Hide.
From the day Lomita was born it was just her, her mother and the men she brought home. Some stayed with them for an extended period of time. Others were nightly guests, who left as soon as their business was done and their pants were up, until that night when she woke up suddenly to a callous hand pressed tightly over her mouth: "Shut the fuck up!" She was five years old.