It is sad that these predators are out there doing these things to our young children. Hopefully Theo and Sheldon coming forward will make more parents be aware of who there children are being influenced by. These kids are young and impressionable and have a goal of one day playing in the pros of their chosen sport and these sick perverts use that as the tool to abuse by promising to help them advance if they do this and that but if they don't then they will ruin their chances of making it. I have seen changes being made to who gets to become involved with children in minor sports and that is great but I as a former assistant coach of 8 and 9 year olds too many parents just drop the kids of at the rink never really taking the time to come in and really meet the coach. Theo and Sheldon best of luck in the rest of your lives and thank you for having the courage and strength to come forward with these horrible acts againts you. God Bless.
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"My best friend and I were kicked out of our campsight this morning! Here are her words on our experience: I had a 5-day, 4-night vacation on the river at Worthington State Forest planned for 4th of July weekend. I booked the reservation and payed for the site in January. I spent weeks buying and renting gear, coordinating plans with friends and relatives, packing and loading the vehicle with all food and supplies for our family vacation. We spent hours setting up camp and prepping our site for the festivities of our nation's holiday weekend... After 5 hours sleep, I was awoken and told to immediately pack up my soaking wet gear and vacate the premises in one hour. On a good day with dry equipment, this process takes three hours. Now, I would like to know how I get another week of vacation, where is my refund for travel, lodging, wasted food, unused rental gear, pet sitter and the rental car?... And where do I go now to dry out my equipment and enjoy my vacation that I "may be reimbursed for"? Happy Birthday America?!"