The New York Times recently published a story on the investigation into the sordid history of sexual abuse at the elite boarding school, the St. Paul's School in New Hampshire. The report details how in 2000, alumni had tried to have an investigation opened into sexual absue allegations from the early to mid-1970's, but that report was never formnally published and only named just three teachers as alleged perpetrators. The 2017 report, however, named thirteen former faculty and staff members who were involved in multiple incidents spanning 1948 - 1988. Attorney Paul Mones was quoted in the report, expanding on an idea that the school had a pattern of dealing with sexual abuse, and that pattern was to cover it up.
Read the full New York Times report here.