INTRAFAMILIAL (INCEST) ABUSE RESOURCES
These are Intrafamilial (Incest) Abuse Resources.
Please also see:
Child Sex Tourism || Circle of Trust Abuse || Male Victims - Journal References
Prostituted Children || General Child Abuse || General Child Sexual Abuse
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Six Brothers Raped Their Sister For Years While 'Christian' Homeschool Parents Did Nothing
""You'll go to Hell if you tell anyone," her older brothers would warn. Sometimes they would also threaten to kill her. The sexual assaults began when the now-17-year-old girl was four, escalated into incest and rape at some point, and continued for a decade. After each assault, they would ask for her forgiveness."
reverbpress.com, May 25, 2015.
North Carolina parents accused of sexually assaulting their two 4-year-old children and letting friends abuse them
" Two North Carolina parents face life in prison after being accused of the sickening crimes of sexually assaulting their 4-year-old son and daughter and letting their friends abuse them as well.
Lindsey Honeycutt, 29, and Ambrose Heavener, 30, were charged with incest as well as sexual conduct of a minor, sexual exploitation of a minor and engaging a child for sexual performance."
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, March 4, 2016.
Florida man who plotted to start 'incest family' with single mom, two young daughters gets 10 years in prison
"Aron Fink tearfully apologized in court and said he was happy police caught him before he could act on his sick impulses. The 44-year-old, who pleaded guilty in October, said he used the screenname "KinkyDaddy4y" to arrange his planned sexual rendezvous with a family of three."
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS,February 18, 2016.
Cattle breeder, 17, accused of raping 9-year-old family friend at Maryland State Fair
"Jonathan Fleming touched the girl inappropriately at the fairgrounds' cow palace on Thursday before forcing her to perform sex acts on him in the swine barn and his family's trailer, according to the Baltimore County Police. Investigators believe he's been sexually abusing the girl at fairs around the state and elsewhere since she was 3 years old, police said."
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS,August 30, 2015.
Girl, 11, gives birth in Paraguay after abortion denied; stepfather charged
"ASUNCION, Paraguay — An 11-year-old Paraguayan girl who had been denied an abortion gave birth on Thursday, the culmination of a case that put a spotlight on child rape in the poor South American nation and drew criticism from human rights groups."
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS,August 13, 2015.
Westbrook (ME) Woman accused of allowing boyfriend to sexually assault developmentally disabled 14–year–old relative
"A Westbrook woman who is accused of allowing her boyfriend to sexually assault a 14–year–old relative with developmental disabilities has been indicted by a grand jury on a half-dozen related charges."
Maine Sunday Telegram,April 20, 2014.
Promise Not to Tell
The Wichita (KS) Eagle, December 11, 2010
State of Minnesota v. Eugene Alfred Kes
Filed January 26, 2010, Court of Appeals of Minnesota
Colombia rocked by 'Fritzl case'
Independent Television News Limited, March 29, 2009
Man Who Fathered 4 Kids With Daughter Charged With Murder
NY Post, January 23, 2009
Rabbi Israel Weingarten's daughter claims mother was sexual abuser in trial
NY Daily News, March 9, 2009
Law Change Provides More Punishment for Incest Perpetrators
Northwest Arkansas Times, July 25, 2004
Closing the Loopholes for Incestuous Offenders
Belleville News–Democrat, May 18, 2003
The Recorder, June 7, 2002
Mom Charged With Raping Her Son, 7
The Times-Picayune, March 23, 2002
Port Man Jailed For Incest
Cecil Whig, June 5, 2002
Rapist Denied Parole
Tribune-Chronicle, August 13, 2002
Sisters, in 40s, Finally Get Indictment
The Associated Press, February 19, 2002
Dix Hills Man Held For Sexual Abuse
Suffolk Life, October 3, 2001
- $1 Million Bail For Sex Abuse Suspect
Suffolk Life, October 17, 2001
- Second Indictment In Child Sex Abuse
Suffolk Life, November 7, 2001
- Plea Bargain Reached In Dix Hills Father's Abuse of Daughter
Newsday, June 1, 2002
- DA: Man Offered 5-Year Old Girl to Pedophile
The Associated Press, June 25, 2002
- LI Man Gets Additional Porn Charge
Newsday, June 29, 2002
- Father is Sentenced
Newsday, July 30, 2002
- New Sex Charges for Nassau Man
Newsday, September 24, 2002
- Federal Charges in Valley Stream Sex-Abuse Case
Newsday, January 17, 2003
Court: Calif. Predator Law Covers Only Those Who Victimize Strangers
The Associated Press, August 23, 2002
Judge Stays Prison Term in Incest Case
Herald Times Reporter, March 9, 2002
Child-Sex Trial Shocks Belgium
BBC News, January 31, 2002
Abortion Blocked For Raped 12-year-old Girl in Mexico
M Associated Press, July 13, 2001
Abused Children 'Put At Risk During Supervised Visits'
Irish Independent, July 12, 2001
Abusing Father is Jailed
BBC News, July 2, 2001
Alleged Sexual Abuse Not Reported by Mormon Officials in Montana
The Associated Press, June 8, 2001
Boy May Eventually be Returned to His Family if Certain Conditions Met
The Standard-Examiner, November 27, 2001
Charles Town Man Charged With More Than 200 Sex Offenses
The Herald-Mail, October 19, 2001
Child in Incest Is Always the Victim, State High Court Says
The San Francisco Examiner, April 27, 2001
Child Sexual Abuse and the State: Applying Critical Outsider Methodologies to Legislative Policymaking
UC Davis Law Review, Vol. 39, No. 5, 2006
Law professor Ruby P Andrew examines the legal history behind the incest laws and their collision with the developing law on child sexual abuse. The paper details the multiple types of special, preferential treatment that state criminal codes give to child rapists who "grow their own victims."
Girl Removed From Home After Having Stepfather's Baby
The Associated Press, October 29, 2000
Parents Charged With Rape
The Akron Beacon Journal, November 28, 2001
Police: Abusive Dad Ruled House of Horrors
Boston Herald, June 15, 2001
- Mom 'Overwhelmed' By Plight: Salisbury Family Struggles After Escape
Boston Herald, June 17, 2001
- Police Unravel Tale of Salisbury Family's Abuse
The Boston Globe, June 18, 2001
- Police Eyeing Infant's Death
The Boston Globe, June 23, 2001
- Man Accused of Child Abuse Allegedly Threatened Friend
The Boston Globe, July 27, 2001
- Father Pleads Innocent to Abuse Charges
The Associated Press, July 27, 2001
- Man Accused of Hiding, Assaulting Family Faces Charge of Violating Restraining Order
The Associated Press, February 7, 2002
- Rape Charges Mount Against Salisbury Dad
The Eagle-Tribune, August 15, 2002
- Accused Abuser Pleads Not Guilty to New Charges
The Boston Herald, August 20, 2002
Taking the CARE Act to the States: The North Carolina Experience
by Grier Weeks, October 16, 2000, documenting the successful fight to overturn North Carolina's "incest exception" law.
A Victim or Not?
The Scotsman, June 4, 2001
Our Endangered Species: A Hard Look At How We Treat Children
by Andrew Vachss, Parade, March 29, 1998
Comment on the Universality of Incest
by Andrew Vachss, The Journal of Psychohistory, Vol. 19, pg. 219, 200 
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Domestic Violence and Incest Resource Centre
292 Wellington Street, Collingwood 3066
Phone: (03) 9486-9866
TTY: (03) 9417-1255
Information and referral to local services for domestic violence victims, the children of domestic violence victims, and victims of intrafamiliar sexual abuse, throughout Australia.
Making Daughters Safe Again
Online resources for mother-daughter incest survivors, including self-help, info, chat, public forums, info for students, researchers, loved ones, general research on female offenders, links.
Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)
Toll-free Hotline: 1-800-656-HOPE
RAINN is a national hotline for victims of sexual assault. Calls to the hotline are instantly computer-routed to the 24-hour rape crisis center nearest the caller.
Sibling Abuse Survivors Information and Advocacy Network
P.O. Box 301
Sebring, FL 33871
VOICES in Action
Victims Of Incest Can Emerge Survivors
P.O. Box 13
Newtonsville, Ohio 45158
Toll Free Telephone: 1-800-7-VOICE-8
332 S.Linn Street, Ste 100
Iowa City, IA 52240
Business Line: (319) 335-6001
Fax: (319) 335-6057
Hours: M-F 9am-5pm
24 Hour Crisis Line Access:
Local Rape Crisis Line: (319) 335-6000 or (800) 228-1625
Iowa Sexual Abuse Hotline: (800) 284-7821
RVAP is the Rape Victims Advocacy Program, jointly sponsored by the University of Iowa and United Way.
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