Police decline to lay charges in school sex-abuse allegations
After a 14-month investigation, the Ontario Provincial Police said yesterday it had decided not to lay charges in response to allegations of physical and sexual abuse at a former private school run by Anglican ...
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#1 Nov 22, 2008
... The school as well as some former staff members are named as defendants in the civil suits.
The allegations between the mid-1970s and
mid-1990s claimed physical and
sexual abuse at the former private boarding school and
alleged bizarre cult-like behaviour that has left the pupils traumatized.
The claims allege students were subject to public humiliations and light sessions,
in which pupils were dragged out of bed at night
by staff shining flashlights in their face and
denouncing them as sinners.
None of the allegations have been proven in court.
Meanwhile, there are still questions swirling around the future of the stately school overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
it emerged at an Augusta Township council meeting that developer are proposing to buy the property and
build a residential development on the sprawling 264-acre campus.
#2 Nov 22, 2008
Ottawa Sun - No Criminal charges laid after Grenville Christian College investigation so far
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