I do think something can be done but the frustration is who knows how to put it together and get something going that would drive for legislation that would affect protecting kids in High Demand orgs and providing changes in law that would enable them to seek justice?
The change needs to happen at the federal level--a state-by-state approach would never adequately address international law.
There is a movement being led by Dr. Marci Hamilton, a NYC law professor. She wrote a book that's vital reading if you're interested in signing on to the US campaign to help victims of religiously-based childhood abuse. The books is, "God vs. the Gavel: Religion and the Rule of Law."
An SG friend will be testifying in Congress as a consequence of this legal movement to change laws so that they favor the prosecution of crimes such as those committed by TFI leadership. My friend posted an article about giving testimony a few months ago at Movingon, but I can't locate the article right now and provide you with a link.
Note to Mystery Woman of Der Miestersingers: Read this post and chime in on the opportunity for testimony in Congress.