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Unshackled: The Debbie Johnson Story Unshackled; The Debbie Johnson Story. Produced/directed by Pacific Garden Mission out of Chicago, Illinois are dramatized true life stories of people that faced ...
Old-Time Radio in the 21st Century Join me at 8:00 PM EDT for another episode of, "Unshackled." Produced/directed by Pacific Garden Mission out of Chicago, Illinois. It is the oldest dramatized ...
Unshackled Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/espenblog/unshackled_6 A true life story produced/directed by Pacific Garden Mission out of Chicago, Illinois. Listen to ...
Unshackled Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/espenblog/unshackled_2 A true life story produced/directed by Pacific Garden Mission out of Chicago, Illinois. Listen to ...
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The Wheaton alumnus allegedly stopped paying his victim.Former US House Speaker and Wheaton College alumnus Dennis Hastert has settled a lawsuit over allegedly unpaid hush money.Hastert, once the highest-ranking evangelical in the Republican Party, was accused of failing to pay about half of the $3.5 million he promised in exchange for the silence of a man he sexually abused. The trial would have raised the unusual legal question of whether a verbal agreement to pay hush money to the victim of sexual abuse is legally binding.Details of the settlement appear to be covered by nondisclosure agreements. According to the Associated Press, attorneys for both sides declined to say whether Hastert has agreed to make any additional payments, and if so, how much.Jury selection was set to start on Monday, but the federal judge ruled that the accuser, known in court documents only as “James Doe,” would have to be publicly named.The man’s representative, attorney Kristi Browne, said her client is comfortable with the resolution of the case, though money can only do so much.“It’s never over for a victim of childhood sexual abuse,” she said. “It impacts them for the rest of their lives.”Hastert grew up in rural Illinois and became a born-again Christian as a sophomore in high school. After graduating from Wheaton with a degree in economics in 1964, he went to work as a teacher and wrestling coach at Yorkville High School, about 30 miles southwest of the evangelical college.According to federal prosecutors, Hastert sexually abused at least four boys during his 16 years at the school, all of them between the ages of 14 and 17. “James Doe” was a 14-year-old student athlete at the time he claims Hastert touched him inappropriately in a ...Continue reading...
The Wheaton alumnus allegedly stopped paying his victim.Former US House Speaker and Wheaton College alumnus Dennis Hastert has settled a lawsuit over allegedly unpaid hush money.Hastert, once the highest-ranking evangelical in the Republican Party, was accused of failing to pay about half of the $3.5 million he promised in exchange for the silence of a man he sexually abused. The trial would have raised the unusual legal question of whether a verbal agreement to pay hush money to the victim of sexual abuse is legally binding.Details of the settlement appear to be covered by nondisclosure agreements. According to the Associated Press, attorneys for both sides declined to say whether Hastert has agreed to make any additional payments, and if so, how much.Jury selection was set to start on Monday, but the federal judge ruled that the accuser, known in court documents only as “James Doe,” would have to be publicly named.The man’s representative, attorney Kristi Browne, said her client is comfortable with the resolution of the case, though money can only do so much.“It’s never over for a victim of childhood sexual abuse,” she said. “It impacts them for the rest of their lives.”Hastert grew up in rural Illinois and became a born-again Christian as a sophomore in high school. After graduating from Wheaton with a degree in economics in 1964, he went to work as a teacher and wrestling coach at Yorkville High School, about 30 miles southwest of the evangelical college.According to federal prosecutors, Hastert sexually abused at least four boys during his 16 years at the school, all of them between the ages of 14 and 17. “James Doe” was a 14-year-old student athlete at the time he claims Hastert touched him inappropriately in a ...Continue reading...
By Amy Korte of Illinois Policy Patricia Hill grew up in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood dreaming of one day owning a home. She and her...Suburban Residents Risk Losing Homes Over Rising Pension Costs
By Matt Agorist Chicago, IL — In an unprecedented violation of rights, a case out of Chicago, Illinois should worry even the most stringent pro-vaccine...Court Sets Ominous Precedent, Strips Mom of Parental Rights for Not Taking COVID Vaccine
By Matt Agorist Chicago, IL — In an unprecedented violation of rights, a case out of Chicago, Illinois should worry even the most stringent pro-vaccine...Court Sets Ominous Precedent, Strips Mom of Parental Rights for Not Taking COVID Vaccine
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