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Child-Abuse Experts Point Out Jarecki Intentionally Omitted Damning Evidence Against The Friedmans

In article published by the Seattle Times, Video Writer Mark Rahner states that Andrew Jarecki’s film, Capturing the Friedmans, may be a misnomer according to child-abuse experts.

According to Rahner, child-abuse experts pointed out that Andrew Jarecki intentionally omitted lots of damning evidence:

The Seattle TimesDirector Andrew Jarecki intentionally omitted lots of damning evidence against the Friedmans to maintain a “Rashomon”-like film with no clear judgments — and effectively acting as son Jesse Friedman’s advocate…” Rahner goes on to say, “To make an entertaining movie, Jarecki never answers the “How guilty” question.”

Several media outlets have published stories regarding Andrew Jarecki’s manipulative tactics in the product of his film.  This website serves as a source to educate the public on the investigations of Andrew Jarecki and reveal the truth.

It is all too typical that we see those in a position of power and money, take advantage of innocent people in order to better themselves.  In this instance, its a film director, Andrew Jarecki, who has no regard for the sexually abused victims involved in the case or their families.  Any type of abuse is  a serious matter that should not be taken lightly.  Victims of abuse should be treated with dignity and respect.

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Andrew Jarecki intentionally omitted evidence


Read the full story about Andrew Jarecki on The Seattle Times website.