The Fight to Bring an Alleged Pedophile Headmistress Back to Australia to Face Justice: Survivor Dassi Erlich's Story - #99
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Dassi Erlich is living a life today she literally could never have imagined as a child. She couldn't have imagined it because so much of what the rest of us take for granted was hidden from her by her parents and the other adults around her. Dassi and her six siblings were raised in the ultra-Orthodox Adass Israel community of Melbourne. you may have seen Dassi and two of her sisters on Australian Story, because their conservative sheltered upbringing was an illusion, far from being overly protected, they were actually being preyed upon in more ways than one. Warning: please be advised this episode contains accounts of child sexual assault. Show notes for Episode 99: Your hosts are Meshel Laurie and Emily Webb With thanks to Dassi Erlich Like us on Facebook ‚Äč Follow us on Instagram or Twitter Support us on Patreon Visit our Bookshop Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Spotify If you would like to talk to someone about sexual assault, no matter the circumstances or how long ago it took place, you can call 1800 RESPECT, that's 1800 732 732 or visit 1800respect.org.au If you have any information on the cases covered by this podcast, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Thank you for listening!
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