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A Victims Bill Of Rights

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A Victims Bill Of Rights

You have the right to be treated with respect & honour.

You have the right to not be yelled at, demeaned, threatened, intimidated, hit, shoved, have sex, or to be touched without your permission.

You have the right to express your opinions and ideas, even if they are different from the opinions and ideas of others.

You have the right to live without humiliation, manipulation, corruption, isolation, neglect, ridicule, or other types of emotional assault.

You have the right to all information that concerns your welfare, including financial, medical, and legal facts.

You have the right to participate equally in making decisions that affect you.

You have the right to expect honesty and have promises and agreements made to you kept.

You have the right to socialise with friends of your choice.

You have the right to worship as you please.

You have the right to spend time by yourself.

You have the right to the support of law enforcement and the judicial system if you are violated.

You have the right to reserve your trust until it is earned by exhibition of integrity, trust and credible behavior.

Source: http://www.freshope.org/id32.html (edited)

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