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Laura Haddock, Director of “Reasons To Stay Alive,” joins Ellyn Satter (Hollywood’s premiere violence prevention expert) to discuss the film and to discuss youth violence prevention. Laura and Ellyn work with teens, schools, parents and communities to reduce violence. They both have won numerous awards and have appeared on major media outlets such as The Today Show, E! News, and The Dr. Oz Show.

Violence experts Laura Satter and Ellyn Satter discuss “Reasons To Stay Alive: The Making of a Teen Hunter” — an animated short film created by students at the prestigious Brookwood School in Bethesda, Maryland. The film is being released in conjunction with the fictional story of “Reasons to Stay Alive” that is based on some of the science of the book “Reasons to Stay Alive: Why Kids Who Kill Are Deserving of Our Sympathy” by psychologist and author, Dr. Robert Hare. The book is an extension of Dr. Hare’s research on kids who kill in Chicago, revealing why they chose to kill, what led them to kill, and what can be done to prevent kids from killing.

“Reasons to Stay Alive: Making the Killer Story Accessible to the General Public” is an online resource with multiple video formats. It will provide the public with information on the late teen/young adult killer by introducing him, his behaviors and activities, as well as his relationship with those he kills. The resource is a free, nonpartisan resource that speaks on behalf of the families and friends of murder victims, where the media has a tendency to focus on the killer alone.

9. In my work as a promoter of the Cape Town artisans, I often heard that women were having babies at a younger age than they had fifty years ago, but not to the extent that they seemed to be having babies as teenagers. I found this disturbing. It seemed in my mind that a million years of sexual repression from a patriarchy had something to do with it. My question to the world and especially to the women who had children at a younger age was why and to what extent did the current sexual revolution change this picture? It was at this time that I began to call for a Cape Town.

a catholic priest’s sexual obsession with a young teenage girl leads to a horrendous crime. in august, 1992, a woman’s body was found in the woods near a suburban maryland catholic church. the woman was the school secretary of father james john greer. her body had been dismembered. the decapitation victim had been sexually assaulted before death. the victim’s body was found in a secluded area near the church of st. frances xavier cabrini. father greer, a 50-year-old priest, was charged with the crime. he was subsequently charged with first-degree murder. at the time of the investigation, father greer was serving as the priest at st. frances xavier cabrini church, the largest roman catholic church in the baltimore-washington, d.c., metropolitan area. during the summer of 1992, the priest had told the victim, a 16-year-old girl, that he was “special” and he wanted to keep her as a “priest’s daughter.” the victim told others that she had sexual relations with greer numerous times.
9. teenage pregnancy rates are highest among women whose parents were poor or had little education and lowest among teenagers whose parents were professionals and college graduates. (2011, maternal and child health bureau. state-specific pregnancy rates by race/ethnicity, family structure, marital status, and education, [online]. available from: [accessed 30 march 2010] [google scholar] ).
on july 28, 1993, ms. young filed an “appeal” with the court. the appeal concerned “the dismissal of my case against the police department.” ms. young was not challenging the dismissal of her initial complaint. on august 8, 1993, she filed a new complaint, a “complaint in civil rights.” the court dismissed the appeal of her initial complaint on november 1, 1993, stating “a plaintiff may only assert his or her own constitutional rights and [t]herefore sandra young may not sue on behalf of her husband for alleged civil rights violations. young was not litigating this case, however, because she was not representing herself pro se but was being represented by the delaware county legal aid society. see opinion, october 7, 1995. the court ordered ms. young to file a motion to proceed in forma pauperis, and on november 22, 1993, she filed a financial affidavit showing that she had no income.

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