Marilyn Flynn

School of Social Work, USC

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Marilyn Flynn on KCRW

A ruling yesterday means four LA County social workers will go to trial on child abuse and other charges in the death of an 8-year-old boy. It’s a controversial first for Los Angeles.

Four former LA County social workers face criminal charges

A ruling yesterday means four LA County social workers will go to trial on child abuse and other charges in the death of an 8-year-old boy. It’s a controversial first for Los Angeles.

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For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.

Child Protection: "A State of Emergency"

For decades, there have been horror stories about kids under the supervision of LA County.

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LA County is trying to fire four social workers after the recent death of an 8-year-old boy—allegedly tortured by his mother and her boyfriend.

LA County Blue Ribbon Commission to Reform Child Welfare Angency

LA County is trying to fire four social workers after the recent death of an 8-year-old boy—allegedly tortured by his mother and her boyfriend.

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