The truth has consequences

Alejandro Hernandez

There’s nothing we do as a community that’s more important than protecting our children.

That’s why the story of Rebecca Dow Founder and Executive Director of Apple tree Education Center is so disturbing.

Last Year, as director of the center Dow hired a sexual predator and put him in charge of an overnight trip with children. Now he’s pled guilty to sexually assaulting two of those young boys. 

Last Year, as director of the center Dow hired a sexual predator and put him in charge of an overnight trip with children. Now he’s pled guilty to sexually assaulting two of those young boys. 

State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040, Exhibit A (full document below):

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After the crime was uncovered, the mother of one victim claims that Dow offered her money and even threatened her job to try to cover up the crime and protect Dow’s campaign to be our State Representative.

State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040, Exhibit A (full document below):

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State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040, Exhibit A (full document below):

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Then,  Dow sent the mother a bill for the care of her child AFTER the child had been molested.  

State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040, Exhibit A (full document below):

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Then, Dow stonewalled the mother and her lawyers were forced to ask a Judge to order Dow to explain her hiring practices because she was “not providing information.”

State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040, Exhibit A (full document below):

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If this is how Rebecca Dow treats our children and victims of sexual assault, how is she going to treat us in the State House?

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State Court case number D-721-CV-201600040:
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