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Topic - Steve Salem
The Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal at Penn State has galvanized leaders of youth sports organizations to come together to learn how to ensure such abuse doesn't happen in their ranks.
"They are seeking that out, and when those opportunities are there, they go to them like a beeline," Mr. Salem said. "That's what we are trying to prevent."
"We know that pedophiles look for opportunities where there is no accountability," said Steve Salem, president of the Cal Ripken Sr.