Tonight's SPECIAL GUEST is Jason Lee of Atlanta, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse he experienced while a Boy Scout. He was recently involved in a campaign to keep his abuser from getting parole. In 1995, Lee's abuser, Don Corley pled guilty to multiple counts as a child molester. He was sentenced to 30 years in jail. He came up for parole on January 31, 2012, but was denied, largely because of outstanding public support garnered in par through the web site www.30is30.com where the idea's presented that Don Corley should serve his full sentence. "30 years is 30 years" says the site. Readers will some enlightening encounter quotes from an interview with Mr Corley that show the mind of a child molester, including "“There was still that longing, that need,” how he'd “target” boys to become their “special friend.” He goes on to admit “There’s nothing to cure this behavior” and about his "Dark Side" and how he's "a parents worst nightmare." Also included on the web site is the testimony of one of Mr Corley's victims, who writes, "From 1986 to 1992 I was molested by a man who most thought was a “pillar of our community” .. a leader in my Boy Scouts troop, a leader in my church. He had everyone fooled." And he goes on, "I think there are two kinds of child molesters. One is the trench-coat-wearing, playground-stalking, child-stealing kind of person. He’s quick and violent. The other kind is the serial molester – he embeds himself in the community, wins the trust of families and children, and abuses that position of power to commit the molestation. Don Corley is the second type."
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