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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

There were two horrible, heart-wrenching stories of child abuse in the July 12 VND (“Boyfriend charged in attack on boy” and “Man charged with indecent assault”).

Children can be challenging, but please get help before maiming one of God's smallest treasures. Families need to be careful about whom they entrust to care for their children.

It should not hurt to be a child!

Dana Risa Dinsmore

New Kensington

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