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Monday, April 20, 2009

Suspicion enough for abuse report

Suspicion enough for abuse report

The key word here is suspicion. According to Webster, suspicion is “the act or instance of suspecting something wrong without proof.” A mandated reporter only has to suspect that a child is being abused.

Note: Considering what happens when these assholes report you, I'd prefer that they be pretty damn sure.

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