James Rhodes on Being Barred From Telling

I actually wrote a post about this last week, a response to an editorial about this very case, in which the author indicated that yes, James had a legal right to tell his story, but probably shouldn’t to spare the world from having to hear about child abuse, or something.

Now, however, James has written his own account of what happened, why it happened, and how being told that he was barred from sharing any details of his own story, because it might prove to be disturbing to his child, was yet another trauma for him.

If you’re interested in his side of the story, as much as he can tell now, I suggest you go take a look.


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