Federal judge punishes private school for distroying records pertaining to alleged sexual crimes

A federal judge applied sanctions against Brooklyn’s Poly Country Day School, its trustees and current and former headmasters for stonewalling access to records that a late football coach allegedly committed a series of sexual molestations on students.

In 2009 a number of alums accused the school of covering up the coach’s sexual abuses of dozens of students causing them in their later lives to abuse drugs, attempt suicide and be unable to develop healthy relationships. -db

From the Courthouse News Service, April 15, 2011, by Adam Klasfeld.

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