Re: Banned, banned and more banned
Well here's two examples,
1. Catholic priests used to have and still have a lot of responsibilities in relation to children, ruining schools and orphanages etc. They were given the power and authority to look after the children - some of them abused their power, badly.
2. A recent case here in england, a woman in her 30s was convicted of taking pornographic images of young child. What was the abuse of power here? She was their day care supervisor!
Well even as a medical student, I take histories and examine patients who are vulnerable and scared. One of the first things we are taught is how much power and trust people have in use and we NEVER violate that power and trust.