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Alumni Sue St. Paul's School Alleging Sex Abuse

May 8, 2018

We look at a lawsuit brought by two alumni against St. Paul’s School, saying the school failed to protect them from sexual abuse by faculty members in the 1960s and 70s. Their lawsuit calls the Concord prep school a “haven for sexual predators” that has failed to protect children for decades.  We also examine a recent agreement between the private school and the Concord Police Department about reporting sexual assault.

You can listen to this portion of the show, here.  It begins approximately 40 minutes into the recording.

GUEST:   Lauren Chooljian - NHPR reporter.

Related Reading

Lauren Chooljian's article on the recent lawsuit alleging sexual abuse at St. Paul's School includes the text of the lawsuit.

Read NHPR's reporting on St. Paul's School and allegations of sexual assault.

Read about the memo of understanding between St. Paul's School and the Concord Police.