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Church, SRVUSD settle suit with ex-Cal High coach's abuse victim for $1.5 million

Original post made on Jan 15, 2019

A sexual assault survivor is receiving more than $1.5 million combined from New Life Church of Alamo and the San Ramon Valley Unified School District as part of the settlement of legal complaints stemming from abuse committed by a former church youth group leader and California High School head wrestling coach, according to a statement from the young man's attorneys on Thursday.

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Posted by SRV Parent
a resident of Danville
on Jan 15, 2019 at 9:32 pm

Another example of SRVUSD protecting coaches instead of children. SRVUSD is proving that they didn't learn their lesson. Aaron Becker is still supervising children after he left Ben Curry in a pool to drown.


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Posted by unblocked games 76
a resident of Los Cerros Middle School
on Jan 19, 2019 at 4:10 pm

unblocked games 76 is a registered user.

we talked about this matter in class these days and i need to be able to write a paper on this. could i exploit this info for a referance? i might truly appreciate that. many thanks.


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