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At least 28 men have come forward since September to accuse William E. Sheehan, 74, of rape and sexual abuse betweenwhen he began teaching, andwhen he left town for a job in Florida. A handful of men say they also reported the alleged abuse to Foxborough police in Some of the men came forward at an emotional meeting of the Foxborough Board of Selectmen Tuesday night to tell their stories, as many in the audience cried openly.
Foxborough police Detective Thomas Kirrane will investigate.
There was no way to get away. After a while it was quicker and less painful to just let it happen. Sheehan now lives in an unidentified Fort Myers, Fla. Because of his illness, the former elementary and middle school teacher who also directed the swimming program at the former Cocasset River Park, may never be prosecuted.
Foxborough police have filed multiple felony charges against Sheehan, but have been unable to arrest him because of his health. Sheehan was stripped of his Florida teaching and scouting certification in after allegations of sexual abuse over three summers at a scouting camp there were found credible, but no criminal charges were brought against him.
The Rev. Bill Dudley, the informal head of the group Survivors of Bill Sheehan, submitted a list of demands to selectmen during the Tuesday meeting, including the call for an independent investigator. Those men want to know who knew what and when, Dudley said. Call By submitting this form, Fogelman Law will take no action on your behalf.
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