Help the young victims(American citizens) of sex abuse and their mother in South Korea
Link1-1: (Lee Jung Hee's Video)
Link1-2: (Woman's two writings and her son's writing)
(French Translation) http://justpaste.it/HelpLeeJungHee
(German Translation) http://justpaste.it/HelpLeeJungHeegerman
Link2: (Original Page) http://pann.nate.com/talk/327494700
Link3: ("The Pastor Father-in-law and Husband enforced wife and children to have sex after making them eat aphrodisiac" but this was useless.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=5i2
Response to Petition
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Addressing sexual assault remains an important issue for the Administration. As the President has said, it "is an affront to our basic decency and humanity, and it must end." That is why he helped launch the #ItsOnUs pledge -- a personal commitment every person can take to actively keep others safe from sexual assault.
You can learn more about the pledge and what you can do to stop sexual violence here: ItsOnUs.org.
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