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“It was sexual assault, battery, that sort of thing,” attorney Jonathan Nessler told I-TEAM reporter Doug Wolfe at his Springfield office.“Reverend Goodman was a very bad man.” The diocese has previously settled lawsuits connected to abuse by Goodman involving at least 13 people.Sex selection raises concerns about exacerbating sex discrimination and violence against women, and normalizing the "selection" and "design" of children.The use and marketing of sex selection technologies are largely unregulated in the United States.
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