The Bill Moran Show – Rebroadcast Today Saturday at 4:00 pm “Crime in the Shadows” 1st Panel Discussion on Domestic Violence, Sexual Aggression/Misconduct and Rape

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This will be the first in a series of panel discussions on sexual aggression, abuse and rape titled “Crime in the Shadows”.

To listen to the panel discussion, you will have three options;

  1. Listen to the rebroadcast at 4:00 pm on WVLP-LP 103.1 fm streaming live on wvlp.org or your TuneIn app
  2. You can listen to the panel discussion on our YouTube Channel for The Bill Moran Show.

We’ve had panel discussions on Domestic Violence in the past with Sheriff David Reynolds, Mary Beth Schultz and Brianne Coleman. During those discussions we were not only shocked at the numbers but also the volatile nature of a domestic violence. Just recently in Colorado one sheriff’s deputy was killed and four others injured as they responded to a domestic violence call. Many law enforcement officials will agree that a domestic dispute is one of the most dangerous situations for them to respond to. From there the news headlines have been full of women and men finally standing up to their sexual aggressors and abusers. Daily we see another celebrity, elected official or other prominent member of our society being charged or accused of sexual misconduct or a crime. The #metoo campaign has given voice to many who up to now felt ashamed and fearful to tell of their experiences.

Our panel consisting of our moderator Brianne Coleman, who is the CEO of Dimensions of Intersections a non-for profit that provides support services to survivors of domestic violence or sexual aggression, and three women who shared their experiences.

We must warn you that the discussions was graphic in nature as the panelist tell about their personal experiences. Parental discretion is advised.

We would like to thank our panelist for their bravery, dignity and strength as they share their experiences. We thank Brianne Coleman for her wonderful ability moderate the discussion as well as provide support for our panelist as they shared their stories. We also appreciate Brianne’s courage to share her own experience. Finally we would like to thank Porter County Sheriff David Reynolds and the Porter County Sheriff staff for providing their support and a safe and secure place for our panelist to meet.

 

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