❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ Boys Don't Cry Author Darcy Henton – Buyprobolan50.co.uk David McCann was sent to St Joseph's Training School for Boys in Alfred Ontario in 1958 He was twelve years old Over the course of the next four years he was repeatedly beaten sexually molested and ra David McCann was sent to St Joseph's Training School for Boys in Alfred Ontario in He was twelve years old Over the course of the next four years he was repeatedly beaten sexually molested and raped by the Christian Brothers who ran the school Both he and his mother complained Boys Don't Epub / but no action was taken In those days the word of a delinuent kid carried little weight when opposed by that of a teacher and man of God McCann put the memories behind him and attempted to get on with his life More than thirty years later McCann watched fascinated when the Mount Cashel scandal broke in Newfoundland He realised that other men had come forward with similar stories to tell and had been heard He got in touch with Darcy Henton The article Henton subseuently wrote in the Toronto Star was like the breaching of a dam testimony from hundreds of other victims soon flooded the mediaNow half a dozen years later than a thousand former wards of the Christian Brothers have come forward to tell their stories More than thirty Brothers and former Brothers have been charged with than two hundred crimes ranging from assault causing bodily harm to indecent assault and buggeryFor nearly half a century the Brothers who ran St John’s and St Joseph’s training schools presided over an unparalleled reign of perversion and terror The story of how David McCann led the surviving wards on a crusade for recognition and justice is stirring and heart breaking a triumph of determination in the face of callous indifference.
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