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Vincent Rosati has a wife he adores, four beautiful children and a job as a furniture company manager that is challenging and rewarding.
Life has been good since he graduated from Nazareth Regional High School in Brooklyn more than 20 years ago. But Rosati's demons, buried decades ago, came roaring back a few weeks before Christmas when he learned that an old friend and former NYPD cop named Philip Repaci announced that he had been sexually abused by Robert Mistretta , his former baseball coach and teacher, at a press conference outside their Catholic high school.
Rosati got on a computer at his Florida home, and he grew increasingly angry as he read reader forums and blogs about the press conference. Rosati says Mistretta abused him dozens of times over a two-year period in the mids; the incidents took place at the baseball coach's homes in Brooklyn and on the Jersey shore, and in Nazareth 's gym and locker room.
Rosati and two other former Nazareth students who also say Mistretta abused them during the s have joined Repaci to demand their alma mater take action against the coach, who resigned shortly after Repaci's Dec. But what exactly is the proper course of action for Nazareth principal Barbara Gil and other school officials?
What is the appropriate response for schools and youth sports organizations when a coach is accused of sexual abuse? Sex abuse experts and victim advocates say institutions have competing responsibilities when coaches and teachers are accused of sex abuse. The safety of the children currently playing on their teams and studying at their schools is their primary responsibility, and they have to offer support and assistance to former players and students who say they were molested.