Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests
Holding signs and childhood photos at a footpath news conference, clergy sex abuse victims and their supporters will
– demand information on two principals who knew of abuse allegations against a Toowoomba tennis coach and did nothing, and
– urge the principals to personally reach out to victims of the coach and beg others who may have seen or suspected his crimes to come forward to police
Wednesday November 28 at 2:15 p.m.
On the footpath in front of Toowoomba District Office of Department of Education Training and Employment, 178 Hume Street, Toowomba
One or two members of an international support group called SNAP (the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priest) including an American woman who is the organisations president and founder.
Parents of children abused over the course of five years by a tennis coach in Toowoomba have recently found out that two different principals were aware of the coach’s impropriety, but did not warn parents or students. Now, leaders of an international support group for victims of abuse are demanding answers.
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