Topic: Investigative Reporting
Posted on 4/30/2018
Capitol Broadcasting’s NBC affiliate WRAL-TV Raleigh aired on April 12 a documentary, “Speaking the Unspeakable,” that tells the story of two men who experienced sexual abuse as children in North Carolina. “Speaking the Unspeakable” covered common themes in child sexual abuse, the guilt and shame many survivors feel, the fear of speaking out, and manipulation from abusers. Knight Chamberlain was nine years old when a stranger sexually assaulted him. A Catholic priest sexually assaulted his stepbrother, Michael, when he was 11. Speaking about their experiences has helped them heal.
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