Can’t cover your tracks

Can’t cover your tracks

The Committee for Children, the Seattle nonprofit that publishes the “Talking about Touching” curriculum that has parents in the Boston archdiocese up in arms, is going about covering its tracks. I reported here that CFC has its roots in an organization known as COYOTE which was founded in 1973 “to work for the repeal of the prostitution laws and an end to the stigma associated with sexual work.”

Now it seems that CFC is trying to cover its COYOTE tracks. Its “About CFC” history page used to have references to COYOTE, but now it doesn’t. That’s okay though, since Google keeps cached versions of web pages so that even if you change them, the old versions are still around.

Update: It looks like the Google cache has expired or it’s been removed. But that’s okay. I kept a copy of the web page. I may post a screen capture of it at some point.

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Domenico Bettinelli

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