By Mitzi Perdue
Crimes against children have changed in the digital age. Doctors Richard B. Krueger and Meg Kaplan, a husband and wife team of psychiatrists from Columbia University, believe that our legal system hasn’t kept up.
As researchers in the field of sexual behavior, they know that in the past, a victimizer engaging in predatory sexual abuse would have had physical contact with the young person. Today, people who will never touch a particular child are nevertheless part of a system that can result in that child’s pain, degradation, and even death.