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Missouri governor faces felony charge in nude photo scandal

by Evan Wilt
Posted 2/23/18, 10:05 am

A grand jury on Thursday indicted Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, a Republican, on a felony invasion of privacy charge for allegedly blackmailing his former mistress with nude photographs. Greitens won election in 2016 and admitted to the affair last month, but he denies accusations he threatened the woman to stay silent using photographs he took without her consent. The affair took place in March 2015 before Greitens became governor. “As I have said before, I made a personal mistake before I was governor.

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A time to speak

Sexual Abuse | Rachael Denhollander’s testimony shows the importance of telling truth about both forgiveness and sin
by Jamie Dean
Posted 2/02/18, 01:11 pm

In a Michigan courtroom, dozens of women testified this week in a third and final sentencing hearing for Larry Nassar, the former gymnastics doctor convicted of sexually assaulting patients.

More than 250 women have accused Nassar of sexually assaulting them while they were girls under his medical care.

Last December, a judge sentenced Nassar to 60 years in prison in connection with possession of child pornography. In January, another judge sentenced him to 40 to 175 years in a separate hearing for sexual assault.

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Once we’ve confessed

Lifestyle | How should churches handle sexual sins from 20 years ago? 
by Russell St. John
Posted 1/16/18, 10:27 pm

All agree what happened, but the aftermath roils a cauldron of disagreement.

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