Investigating claims of child abuse, especially sexual abuse, is sensitive issue
FARGO, N.D. - In a small, blue-walled room furnished with two lounge chairs and a coloring table, the forensic interviewer lays out the rules for the suspected child abuse victim.
Tell the truth.
It's OK to say you don't know the answer.
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