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Maryann Fisher, left, of Alexandria, blocks the photographer’s camera as her husband, former pastor David Fisher, second from right, 64, leaves the Huntingdon County Courthouse after pleading no contest to a felony charge of endangering the welfare of a child in failure to report sexual abuse on Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, in Huntingdon. Echoes of abuse coverups ring throughout Plain churches across the country in a culture that has historically emphasized a separation from the outside world. With them are the wife of Daniel R. Hostetler, Katie Hostetler, second from left, and Fisher’s adopted son, Charlie Fisher, far right. (Stephanie Strasburg/Post-Gazette) #MennoniteHistoric
Over the next three weeks, the Post-Gazette will tell the stories of abuse survivors from the Plain communities of Amish and Mennonites.

PART I: Plain communities face growing recognition of widespread sexual abuse

PART ll: After years of abuse, Mennonite couple reconnects with each other, their family
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