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INDIANAPOLIS — Hoosiers who want to remain anonymous when reporting child abuse suspicions to the Indiana Department of Child Services don't have a right to sue the state when that confidentiality is breached, the Indiana Supreme Court ruled this week.
After each plea, Woodward asked Good, "Because you are guilty?" She replied each time, "Yes, your honor."
It’s part of the wide-ranging response the university has made in response to the horrific child sex abuse scandal involving former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and the subsequent cover-up of the allegations by Penn State administration.
More than two dozen Pennsylvania child protection bills created in response to the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal have made more work for caseworkers, but no one’s sure they’ve made children much safer.