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Broken Trust

  • Aired: 10/21/2009
  • 26:46
  • Rating: NR
Experts estimate that there are 12,000 victims of elder abuse in Maine each year but the vast majority of cases are never investigated. Host Jennifer Rooks sheds light on the hidden epidemic of elder abuse in this special program. The program explores some of the innovative work being done by police officers in Maine to combat elder abuse.
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Victims of physical, mental and financial abuse speak out in this special.
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