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St. George’s School sex investigation ends in no criminal charges

The Rhode Island State Police and the state Attorney General have announced there will be no criminal charges in the sex investigation of St. George’s School.

The Providence Journal:

An extensive seven-month investigation into systemic sexual abuse at St. George’s School found “no prosecutable criminal conduct,” and has been closed, State Police Col. Steven G. O’Donnell and Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin said Thursday.

“Unfortunately for those who came forward, they will not be able to seek justice within the criminal justice system […]

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St James the Great files more charges against Bishop Bruno

[Though the bishop was] not to make contact with the complainants during your initial investigation… Bishop Bruno through his attorney continued his aggressive efforts to take the deposition of the spouse of the St James vicar and threatened sanctions for delay of that deposition

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