Child predator John Langworthy to face trial

*UPDATE* Langworthy pleads guilty

If you were a victim of Langworthy’s child sex crimes in Dallas, please call Doreen in the Dallas police department at 214-671-4211. The Dallas police department wants to hear from you and she’ll be expecting your call. Doreen is the report intake specialist for the child abuse/exploitation unit and is a trained counselor.

If you were or are a victim now of Langworthy's child sex crimes in Mississippi, please call Josh Frazier in the Clinton Police Department at 601-925-6106 or call the main number and ask for Josh at 601-924-5252.

We are grateful that the case against John Langworthy will move forward. Delaying or denying the trial would only have endangered kids and hurt victims. An eight-count indictment charges him with sexually molesting five boys between the ages of 6-13 between April 1980 and December 1984, with the alleged abuse occurring at the boys’ Jackson homes, Langworthy’s sister’s home in Jackson, or in Langworthy’s dorm room at Mississippi CollegeWe applaud these brave survivors who have come forward to seek justice and protect other kids. One of them expressed that he is “relieved, overjoyed and hopeful that this will give other victims a voice both here in Mississippi and in Texas.”

Now, more than ever, anyone who may have seen, suspected, or suffered sex crimes at the hands of John Langworthy should come forward and make a report to police. Children are safer when predators like Langworthy are behind bars. The light of truth and knowledge is our greatest tool to protect kids.
The only people mad at you for speaking the TRUTH are those living a lie. Keep speaking it.


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