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- 【St. Joseph nuns sued in abuse claim】
Nine former students at the now-defunct Boston School for the Deaf filed a lawsuit
yesterday claiming they were the victims of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse
decades ago by the staff of the school, including at least 14 nuns.
Along with the nuns from the Sisters of St. Joseph, the plaintiffs are suing two priests,
an athletic instructor, and a former top official in the Archdiocese of Boston, according
to their lawyer, Mitchell Garabedian.
Garabedian's clients, three women and six men, were between the ages of 7 and 16 when
they were allegedly abused between 1944 and 1977. The plaintiffs, who are now between
41 and 67 years old, are all hearing- or speech-impaired. They say they were subjected
to harsh physical abuse and corporal punishment, as well as alleged fondling and more
serious sexual contact.
In response to questions, Garabedian said in an interview later that some of his clients
first approached him as a group late last year, after the historic $85 million settlement
between the Archdiocese of Boston and more than 500 alleged victims of abuse was
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