History

Following the Boston Boys and Girls Club’s refusal to help, I set out to prove the crime. With just a little information, I then contacted the them again and offered to undertake a cooperative investigation with them, which they refused.

The [...]

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History:

The following letter is from Frances K. Moseley, President & CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston, in response to my plea for their help. In the letter, Mrs. Moseley refuses my appeal and wishes me well. However, she also expresses a demand for proof and seems to offer reconsideration upon production [...]

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Ed Darragh was a Charlestown Boys Club Director in 1957

He worked there from the 40s thru the 60s, before being imprisoned as a serial child rapist.

On February 3, 2001, I received an anonymous letter from a Charlestown resident, which stated:

“The only child molesting incident I ever recall hearing about in Charlestown was [...]

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Excerpts of Conversations With Edmund Moussally About the Crime

Summary of Content

This document contains excerpts of conversations between myself and Edmund Moussally, who is presently a tenured professor of music at Roxbury Community College and who, by his own account, was assistant to the camp director at the Stay-At-Home day camp in 1963. These [...]

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About This Document

I received the following letter by e-mail at at 9:43 PM on March 21, 2001 from an individual named Mark Arsenault. On July 4, 1963, the Charlestown Patriot Newspaper published a list of some of the boys who attended the Stay-At-Home day camp that summer, and Mr. Arsenault’s name was on that [...]

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History

On Sunday, January 23, 2000, I received the following letter from an individual who wishes to remain anonymous. One week later, I telephoned the Club’s attorneys at Palmer & Dodge and read the letter to them. That same day, I faxed them a copy, as it appears below, in redacted form. Two weeks [...]

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History

This was my first letter to the Boys Club. It was sent September 16, 1996, just one month after I was forced to suspend a seven-month period of intensive work due to a depletion of funds. That work had led directly to my discovery (in May of 1996) of what had happened in 1963 [...]

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