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Victory Christian Employees Sentenced for Not Reporting Sex Abuse

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Harold Sullivan Harold Sullivan
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Three employees from Victory Christian Center have been found guilty and sentenced to jail.

Anna George, Harold Sullivan and Paul Willemstein pleaded no contest in court Monday.  They are accused of failing to report sexual abuse.

George and Willemstein were sentenced to one year in the Tulsa County Jail with all but 30 days suspended.

Suillivan was also sentenced to one year in jail with 365 days suspended.

All three were fined $500 dollars plus court costs and will be supervised by the Tulsa County District Attorney.

Related story:

http://www.ktul.com/story/19566443/victory-christian-center

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