Survivors of sexual abuse by priests say State Supreme Court rulings give victims a wider window of opportunity to report abuse and rid the priesthood of pedofiles. The Survivors Network for those Abused by Priests, known as SNAP, is calling on law enforcement to educate the public about the rulings, which allow a greater statute of limitations for cases involving repressed memories. Mid-Missouri SNAP Director Don Asbee says repressed memories can be repressed for only so long. Asbee insists increased awareness of the State Supreme Court rulings will benefit the victims and help to expose abusers.