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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse | Volume I - Chapter 13

Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse Volume I - Chapter 13: "The Christian Brothers in their Submission dated October 2006 acknowledged that individual Brothers had sexually abused boys in their care, but argued that there was ‘no evidence that it was a systemic phenomenon’. They defended the manner in which the Congregation dealt with such allegations, saying that there was no cover up and that:
Each incident was investigated thoroughly as soon as it came to the attention of the relevant authorities, and action was promptly taken. There was no cover up."?

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