I'm new to this site but I don't know where else to turn.... Long story short...my daughter was molested. It started when she was 3 and she's now 9, almost 10. My ex-husband's nephew is the offender. There are TONS of issues with this situation but with school starting again, I'm mostly concerned this deliema. POS (my nickname for this person), graduated this past June. He will be attending football games and other "public" events at the high school. My daughter is getting more and more interested in these activites. How can I protect her and others from him?
Although he confessed to all 4 counts, once I found out and pressed charges, he is still allowed to attend these functions. My daughter is still scared of him. She can't say his name. We can't go through his neighborhood without her freaking out. How can I prevent him from attending these events?
Couple of things for you to consider before answering:
> My ex-husband is now ok with my children being around POS even though we agreed that they would never be anywhere that POS would be.
> All 4 incidences occurred while my daughter was with her father, her grandmother, her grandfather, her aunt, POS, her brother and another cousin.
> My son started attending the same high school last year. At that time I contacted the head of the education board in our county, POS's social worker, the sherriff's office, and the principle of the school. I let them know the situation. Told them that POS had pictures posted on his FB wall of him using drugs. I was trying to get him moved to a special school because of his actions. They did NOTHING.
> The principle assured me that my son would not be allowed to be with POS on school grounds. However, when my son moved in with his father in February, he started riding home with POS.
My point in stating all of the above is to let you know that I haven't sat around ignoring this and that my ex-husband seems to be okay with everything now.
How can underage molesters have more rights than the victims of their crime? How can an entire school board decided that it's okay for a convicted child molester remain in the same school as 12 and 13 etc.?
Any suggestions on next steps?
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