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New allegations tell of savagery of Smyth beatings

by a staff reporter

Posted: 13 Apr 2017 @ 12:06

FRESH allegations have been made against John Smyth QC, who helped to run the Iwerne Christian camps during the 1970s. On Monday, the BBC interviewed a victim of Mr Smyth’s from Winchester College, who spoke of being beaten frequently as part of what is now being termed a religious cult. The latest accounts reveal the savagery of the beatings. One victim recounted how one boy had received 800 lashes over 12 hours.

Another victim, Andy Morse, described how, to continue the beatings, Mr ...

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