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Credible claims of sexual misconduct found against former Williston Northampton School headmaster

The Williston Northampton School, a private college preparatory boarding and day school in Easthampton, has named a former headmaster in an investigation into sexual misconduct of students.

In a letter sent to the school community this week, former headmaster Robert Ward was named as the cause of several instances of sexual misconduct.

Ward was headmaster at the school from 1972 to 1979, and was “revered by many during his tenure at the school,” Robert W. Hill III, the head of school, and John Hazen White Jr., the president of the board of trustees, wrote in the letter to the Williston community.

While a growing number of prep schools in New England have uncovered instances of sexual misconduct by faculty, it is still rare for a headmaster to have been directly involved in the abuse.

The school opened an investigation into Ward’s time at Williston after Loomis Chaffee, a co-ed boarding school in Connecticut, found credible reports that Ward “sexually assaulted and made advances toward students in the 1960s,” Chaffee officials in a letter sent to the school community in January.

Chaffee officials said the school was not aware of the abuse at the time and provided Ward with reference letters. He went on to work at Amherst College and the Williston School before his death in 1986.

An investigator hired by Williston found four credible first-hand accounts from alumni of sexual misconduct perpetrated by Ward while he was headmaster, Williston officials said this week, as well as several second-hand reports of inappropriate sexual behavior by the headmaster.

Further details about the accounts will not be released by the school in deference to privacy concerns, school officials said this week.

“The four first-hand reports indicate that Mr. Ward violated the standards of professional boundaries, standards that would have been in effect at the time, and standards that are universally understood today,” the letter to the school community states. “The investigator found no evidence to suggest that any faculty member or administrator had any contemporaneous knowledge, direct or indirect, of any misconduct by Ward.”

This was the school’s second investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct. A 2015 investigation resulted in claims against a former member of the Williston faculty but no first-hand accounts regarding Ward.



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Madeleine McCann investigator claims her kidnappers are being protected

M adeleine McCann’s kidnappers are being protected, the detective who led a search for her has claimed.

Following Kate McCann’s 10th Mother’s Day without her daughter, Dave Edgar, a retired detective inspector, has revealed the findings of the three-year investigation he led.

Mr Edgar believes that a child sex gang are the most likely suspects for the abduction and has called for the abductors’ confidants to come forward with information.

T hree-year-old Madeleine disappeared from her parents’ holiday apartment in Praia Da Luz, Portugal in 2007, but Mr Edgar believes she may still be alive. She would now be nearly 14 years old.

Her parents, Kate and Gerry, were having dinner with friends nearby when the toddler went missing and Portuguese police initially regarded them as suspects.

T he former detective, who spent 30 years with the Royal Ulster Constabulary and Cheshire Police, has worked on a number of high-profile murder cases such as Shafilea Ahmed, whose parents were convicted of her murder.

I was looking at everything and that would include them,” he told the Mirror.

“If I found any evidence against Kate and Gerry I would have given it to the police immediately. Kate and Gerry would expect no less. But I found no shred of evidence.

“We obviously look at all factors – motive, preparation, opportunity – and there was absolutely nothing.”

M r Edgar believes the kidnap was a planned operation by a lone kidnapper or a gang, and says whoever committed the crime will have confessed to either a friend or relative.

M r Edgar handled the investigation for three years with donations from a search fund and handed his files over to the Metropolitan Police when they took over the hunt in 2011.

H e has kept in touch with the investigation and hopes a new appeal could solve the mystery behind Madeleine’s disappearance.

Mr Edgar also holds hope of finding the culprits, claiming whoever was responsible will have struck again.

“It’s the type of crime they cannot help themselves, certainly if it was sexually motivated,” he said.



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