Friday, March 17, 2017 by News Editors
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, like all states in the USA, has a child endangerment statute. Currently, that statute is being invoked in a legal rehash of the Jerry Sandusky ‘pedophile’ allegations for several Penn State University higher-ups.
(Article by Catherine J. Frompovich republished from NaturalBlaze.com)
Allegedly, one of the current defendants saw Mr. Sandusky with a minor boy in a shower and did not report that to authorities. Now, for that omission, he faces up to five years imprisonment under “child endangerment” charges.
What’s child endangerment per the statue?
Pennsylvania child abuse laws, like the abuse laws found in other states, fall under the criminal or penal code. The crime is broadly defined to include any type of cruelty inflicted on a child, such as mental abuse, physical abuse, sexual assault or exploitation, and neglect. Charges for physical child abuse often include assault and battery. Additionally, child abuse laws include provisions requiring certain adults with access to children (such as teachers and doctors) toreport signs of abuse. 
What happens when the abusers are teachers and doctors? Teachers and doctors, who commit sexual abuse, when reported, are tried, convicted and sentenced.
However, there is child endangerment and cruelty being perpetrated upon infants, toddlers and teens that is not reported, which is causing untold suffering for those children, their parents and families. It’s chemical abuse!
Just like a teacher, or any adult, would be prosecuted for giving a minor alcoholic beverages, which biochemically induces adverse side effects, the medical profession is the largest contributor and offender of chemical abuse perpetrated upon infants, toddlers and children via neurotoxic vaccines injected to them at birth, 2-4-6 month ‘well baby visits’ with as many as nine vaccines made with neurotoxic chemicals and other adverse-causing excipients and media.
Read more at: NaturalBlaze.com