"Fortunately, the school "is certainly a very different place now," one that promotes a culture of respect," and reports abuse to authorities. George's as a place where their abusers created a kind of private hell for them — a place where they suffered trauma and emotional wounds that for many, remain unhealed," Murphy wrote.
"The abuse they experienced involved not only physical acts of sexual assault (as horrible as those were), but something that, for many, was even worse: betrayal at the hands of an adult entrusted with their care, at a school where they saw few, if any places to turn for help." Murphy, partner at the law firm of Foley Hoag in Boston, was hired jointly in late January by St.
George's School created a "private hell" for at least 61 students and marked a "betrayal of trust" for those students and their parents, an independent investigator concluded in a much-anticipated report released Thursday morning.
The exhaustive report — 196 pages plus more than 120 pages of exhibits — from independent investigator Martin F.
George's and SGS for Healing, an alumni survivors group.
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If a high-risk/high-reward player such as Malik Mc Dowell (Michigan State) is on the board, perhaps the Giants take a shot.