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No More Violence; Restore CBS Integrity to Daytime... (The Young and the Restless)!

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Ian Ward's character bio in 3/2014-9/2014 (shown below), introduced to Y&R by Jill Phelps. (Cult Leader, Child Molester, Serial Rapist, Assault, Gun Violence, Drugs & Emotional Torture... etc)

All topics insensitively featured during this time, though this picture only promotes him with a loaded gun.

Then there's Marco Annicelli's character bio, introduced 4/2015-present by Charles Pratt Jr. where many fans are up in flames about how Pratt's story references sexism and again violence including guns, kidnapping and attempted murder.

The last example I will supply is the longtime star of the show, who is now loathed by and longtime saddened to see by some fans: Victor Newman's character bio, introduced February 8, 1980-present by William J. Bell, who now has become the link towards these two situations and many more.

This is a brand new petition to fight towards not only getting our point across to the Direct Management of CBS Television to remove 3 staff members from CBS, but more importantly... we need to gather signatures and prove to them that many viewers are uncomfortable with the network promoting these kind of messages in their programming.

This petition is not just about trying to reclaim one CBS Daytime program, or even holding their Head Writing Team responsible for their unacceptable performance. They have and still are spitefully ignoring our concerns, so our response is this petition: to send a message to the Network's Broadcast Management Team and provide them with the same feedback we have been unable to provide earlier.

If you are seriously concerned about this, and want to see a change, please take a few moments to answer a few questions and sign your name to provide your comment to CBS' President (and appropriate staff) addressing your complaints.

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