Washington, D.C. -- June 19, 1985

Part: 
Four
Chapter: 
11
  • Lois H. Herrington, Assistant Attorney General for Justice Programs in the
    Department of Justice.
  • Kenneth Lanning, Supervisory Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation assigned to the behavioral sciences unit at Quantico, Virginia. He has been involved in the study of deviant sex crimes and sexual victimization since 1972.
  • David, 17 years old, participated in Straight, Inc., a drug rehabilitation program, and the victim of sexual abuse.
  • Senator Mitch McConnell, Kentucky. Senator McConnell serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Senate Agriculture Committee and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. He has served as chairman of the Kentucky Task Force on Exploited and Missing Children.
  • Lisa, 21 years old, a resident of Baltimore. She was once a nude dancer and has been involved in video pornography.
  • Representative Frank R. Wolf, loth District of Virginia, serves on the Appropriations Committee and the House Select Committee on children, Youth and Families.
  • Sharon, formerly married to a medical professional who is an avid consumer of pornography.
  • Dr. Dennis M. Harrison, psychologist who practices in the area of forensic and clinical psychology. He has been engaged in private practice for eleven years.
  • Senator Arlen Specter, Pennsylvania, is chairman of the Subcommittee on juvenile Justice of the Senate Judiciary Committee and is the co-chairman of the Senate Children's Caucus. Senator Jeremiah Denton, Alabama, is a member of the
  • Committee on Veterans' Affairs, the Armed Services Committee and the Judiciary Committee. He serves as chairman for the Subcommittee on Terrorism.
  • Patricia Foscato, social worker and coordinator of a sex abuse prevention project for St. Anne's Institute in Albany, New York. She also maintains a private practice in psychotherapy for adolescents and young adults.Bonnie, 31, mother of two daughters. She has been sexually abused by each of her two husbands who consumed pornography.
  • Michelle, 11, sexually abused by her father and her stepfather who were pornography consumers.
  • Debbie, 13, sexually abused by her father and her stepfather who were pornography consumers.
  • Charles R. Clauson, Chief Postal Inspector, United States Postal Inspection Service.
  • Jack Swagerty, Assistant Chief Postal Inspector, United States Postal Inspection Service.
  • Daniel Harrington, General Manager, United States Postal Inspection Service.
  • Daniel Mihalko, Postal Inspector, New York, United States Postal Inspection Service.
  • Jeff, 20 years old, was sexually molested and is currently a participant in Straight, Inc., a drug rehabilitation program.
  • Sarah Wynter, former prostitute and victim of sexual abuse who was forced to participate in pornographic films.
  • Dorchen Leidholt, a founder of Women Against Pornography.
  • Valerie Heller, victim of sexual abuse as a child. She is currently affiliated with the organization, Victims of Incest Can Emerge as Survivors (VOICES).
  • Kandy Stroud, journalist and has been chief diplomatic correspondent for Cable News Network and a concerned parent.
  • Reverend Jeff Ling, Associate Pastor at New Covenant Fellowship in Manassas, Virginia, serves as consultant to the Parent's Music Resource Center.
  • Harry N. Hollis, Jr., Associate Executive Director of Family and Special Moral Concerns of the Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.