In Reply to: Re: Thefinal fallout of the french court case posted by Curious on September 02, 2002 at 14:50:31:
It is a wonder that more has not successfully been done yet to stop the insanity. How so much is built on so many lies. If the family cult were really to "come clean", they would not need to continue lying and denying. A tactic now, perhaps, is to minimize the hell out of it. If you take many of the REAL stories, they can sound unbelievable to someone that hasn't been there. So if they admit a partial truth it is as bad for their victims as the complete lie. I have thought about it alot. There are people that would not have committed sexual abuse against minors that did so within the family. Once out, it would not be their personality to do that. Then there are those that enjoy the perpetration. But all must be accountable for participating, IMO, with a differentiation as to the outcome or charges legally speaking, if there were ever to be justice in these cases. I wish success to those that pursue this. I wish that any ex-members that participated would come forward to their victims and admit what they participated in, either way. The excuses "I am sorry, BUT blah blah blah" don't cut it. And most hurtful is the insincere "I am sorry" but only because I have to say so to cover my ass, and actually, I still believe in the crazy pervert that started it all...