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Fears of fresh allegations in ‘Brandon’ sexual abuse case in Donegal care home

HSE to engage with those impacted by latest review at disability centre in Donegal 

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The perpetrator, who was given the pseudonym ‘Brandon’, pursued victims 'relentlessly' from 2003 until he left the centre in 2016. Pictured, Ard Gréine Court, Stranorlar, Co Donegal. Photo: Joe Dunne

The perpetrator, who was given the pseudonym ‘Brandon’, pursued victims 'relentlessly' from 2003 until he left the centre in 2016. Pictured, Ard Gréine Court, Stranorlar, Co Donegal. Photo: Joe Dunne

The perpetrator, who was given the pseudonym ‘Brandon’, pursued victims 'relentlessly' from 2003 until he left the centre in 2016. Pictured, Ard Gréine Court, Stranorlar, Co Donegal. Photo: Joe Dunne

A new report has raised fears of fresh allegations of sexual abuse of residents at a disability centre in Donegal. The latest report follows on from the Brandon report which found that 18 residents at the Ard Gréine Court centre in Stranorlar, Co Donegal, were sexually abused 108 times by another resident.

The perpetrator, who was given the pseudonym ‘Brandon’, pursued victims “relentlessly” from 2003 until he left the centre in 2016.


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