what to do with haunting information
A client reported to me that he had participated in something that he was very ashamed of. He then said he had gotten high and ended up at some party at some house someplace in the inner city where the owner of the house had two little girls. The girls were in a back bedroom while the partying was going on and the father of the girls was parading guests back to the bedroom where they would be allowed to do whatever with the girls. The client had participated and admitted to starting oral sex on one of the girls. He said he became ill and stopped and left the home abruptly. He only has vague recollections of what happened after that till he woke up the next morning. He was extremely upset, remorseful, disgusted, and ashamed in my office. My dilemma is what do I do with this haunting information? He had no idea where the house was, how he got there, or who the offending father was. Assuming this "blackout" memory is true, what do I do? I don't think I have a legal obligation but my moral conscience is bothering me.