Oct. 31, 2019
By Michael Karlik
Former Attorney General Cynthia Coffman has endorsed the expansion of Colorado statute of limitation’s to allow child sex abuse victims more time to sue.
Victim advocates and at least one state legislator already support the policy change following last week’s report that Catholic priests in Colorado likely abused at least 166 children from 1950 to 1998.
The Colorado Sun reports that Coffman also would like to see the General Assembly expand the powers of the attorney general to pursue criminal investigations.
“I think there are a number of indicators that there is a broader conspiracy to hide the truth of what happened to these and other victims,” she said.
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