Alleged sexual abuse survivors want to eliminate statute of limitations

Alleged sexual abuse survivors want to eliminate statute of limitations

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MARK: THE INVESTIGATION INTO ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT BY DOCTOR RICHARD STRAUSS HAS COST THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ONE-POINT-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS SO FAR, AND THAT INVESTIGATION CONTINUES. NOW SOME ACCUSERS ARE PUSHING TO HAVE THE LEGISLATURE REMOVE TIME LIMITS TO FILE LEGAL CLAIMS IN SEXUAL ABUSE CASES. BRIAN GARRETT CLAIMS STRAUSS ABUSED HIM BACK IN 1996, BUT THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS EXPIRED TWO YEARS AFTER IT ALLEGEDLY HAPPENED AND NOW HE COULDN’T BRING A CASE AGAINST STRAUSS TO GET JUSTICE. HE IS HOPING TO CONVINCE LAWMAKERS TO CHANGE THAT. BRIAN GARRETT / ALLEGED VICTIM: “THE LAWMAKERS WHETHER THEY ARE DEMOCRAT OR REPUBLICAN ARE GOOD PEOPLE AND I’LL KNOW THEY’LL DO THE RIGHT THING, AND THE RIGHT THING IS TO OPEN THE STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS ON THIS.” MARK: COMING UP AT SIX – OUR JASON AUBRY DIGS DEEPER INTO WHAT HAVE DONE AND ARE DOING ABOUT THIS ISSUE.

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