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It rises from a little russet-stone Catholic church in the village in southern France where Ray Mouton, former Louisiana lawyer-turned-expatriate-American author, now lives. Mouton no longer attends services — not since the case of the Rev.
STORY: Texas town home to pedophile priest The view from Mouton's terrace focuses squarely on that steeple as it cuts a line through the horizon, reaching heavenward against a backdrop of the Pyrenees, a symbol of solace, hope and inspiration to man. Gilbert Gauthe, whose horrific crimes against children in the Diocese of Lafayette set off a wave of scandal in 1985 that reached across the USA all the way to the Vatican; n Now, he enters churches only to light candles, candles for the children.
Considerable scholarly attention has been paid to a range of criminal behaviours that are perpetrated with the aid of digital technologies.
Much of this focus, however, has been on high-tech computer crimes, such as hacking, online fraud and identity theft, or child exploitation material and cyberbullying.
Less attention has been paid to ‘technology-facilitated sexual violence’, where new technologies are used as tools to perpetrate or extend the harm of a sexual assault, extend control and abuse in a domestic violence situation, or distribute sexual or intimate images of another without their consent.
In this article, we focus on the scope and limitations of criminal legislation for responding to these varied but interconnected gendered harms.
Therefore, those who take better care of themselves, have some key tools to better handle the aftermath of a stressful situation like sexual assault.All names presented here were gathered at a past date.Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.Evan Moore, (Opelousas, La.) Daily World city editor, talks about his interview with Ray Mouton, who was defense lawyer for pedophile priest Gilbert Gauthe in the first widely publicized Catholic Church child molestation scandal.(Bill Decker) On clear mornings he can see the steeple.