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No more registrations for private sessions will be taken by the Royal Commission after 30th September. Blue Knot Foundation supports the Commission in calling for an ongoing forum for survivors to tell their story and be heard.

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Brenda Coughlan
Tuesday, 5 July 2016 6:30 PM
The royal commission has been advised and informed through many submissions and private hearings with regards to medical sexual crimes on young unwed pregnant girls 1958-1975 and non pregnant girls residing in institutional care - but they advise they are unable to hold public hearings into all institutions - yet the brutal and heinous medical sexual crimes are no different to the brutal and heinous sexual crimes committed by men who wore white collars - they have been supplied with medical journal article - re medical crossing boundaries sexual abuse - so hopefully all the evidence will not be set aside when it comes to their final report - these white coat sexual crimes were mainly committed in public institutions - hospitals - under the watchful eyes of hospital board of managements and politicians - we wait to see if there is any coverups when final report is released and it is a royal commission inclusive and not exclusive of survivors
Lyn Kinghorn
# Lyn Kinghorn
Thursday, 7 July 2016 12:04 AM
Yes we have waited too long for crimes exposed and truth told
Sha
# Sha
Friday, 8 July 2016 12:20 AM
Is this only about sexual white collar crimes between the years 1958-1945?
janet crawley
# janet crawley
Saturday, 30 July 2016 2:27 PM
What about those children who were sexually abused by step- fathers, fathers, uncles and friends etc. When will a commission hear the evidence of all of those affected?

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