7 Victims Claim Sexual Abuse at Loyola School in NYC
Jeff Anderson and Associates
April 20, 2016
Longtime teacher, coach and athletic director, Louis Tambini, abused girls at a prominent Jesuit, Catholic School in New York City. The yearlong investigation conducted by lawyers and school officials concluded with a report confirming both the reports of abuse and a lack of response by church and school officials.
The Report Findings:
Investigation was sparked by a social media post on school Facebook page.
Church and School officials protected Tambini for years before law enforcement was notified.
Victims are barred from seeking justice in court because Statute of Limitations may prevent them.
Tambini was quietly allowed to leave the school.
“The recent revelations memorialized in this report help us all to understand the gravity and urgency of the child protection movement,” according to New York City, Attorney Mike Reck of Jeff Anderson Associates. “Through the power of social media, one brave survivor of Tambini’s acts has sparked an investigation that shines a light on these dark acts. The mission of this survivor is shared by us advocates to ensure that a measure of justice is imposed on those responsible for the past and that children of the future are protected.”
One of the survivors interviewed by the investigators has chosen to release this report publically so that others will know they are not alone and in the hope that transparency will aid in the healing.