Our expert says:
Its had to judge, from this distance, whether it was wise not to press charges -- at least one should have taken steps to be sure the authorities were aware of this man's activities and his continuing risk to children. I would think that child welfare, and any intelligent magistrate, would take an extremely dim view both of his irresponsible failure to take steps to p[rotect the child and other children from his predatory relative, and of him ever again exposing her to this same individual. In any divorce hearing or later custody hearing, these facts ought to be disclosed to the court and should either bar him from acces to the child, or make such contacts only subject to supervision and to absoolutely ban any visits to where the predator lives.
To protect his relative more than his child, is unjustifiable and unacceptable.
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