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(For non-British readers: public schools here mean posh private schools) The alleged beatings – so severe that some alleged victims were forced to wear adult nappies due to bleeding – did not occur at the camps themselves. Instead, it is claimed that they took place in Smyth’s garden shed, after the boys had come under Smyth’s influence. Many of the alleged victims were originally associated with Winchester College, and one, allegedly pursued by Smyth to university, attempted suicide rather than submit to a beating for his 21st birthday. Smyth (pronounced “John Smythe”) was famous as the “ go-to barrister ” for “clean up TV” campaigner Mary Whitehouse and her National Viewers and Listeners Association, and he represented her in several campaigning legal actions, most famously... As “John J. Smyth QC” he also wrote letters to The Times arguing for controls on video recordings and other subjects (he is also referred to in some sources by his full name and title of John Jackson Smyth QC). Smyth appears to have had a... , Homosexuality and Political Correctness: The Great Media Deception , and The Biblical Teaching on Homosexuality. Unlike some other historical abuse claims, in this instance we have a very clear paper trail which shows that the Iwerne Trust compiled a report on Smyth in 1982, which was passed to the police by the Titus Trust in 2014 after it took over the... Smyth did not challenge the report, but instead left the UK for Zimbabwe in 1984, where he worked for a mission group called Africa Enterprise for two years and then ran similar camps under the name of the Zambesi Trust from 1986. In 1997, he was... There, Smyth became Director of the Christian Lawyers’ Association of South Africa, in which capacity he opposed civil unions, and later became Honorary Director of the Justice Alliance of South Africa (which has also deleted its website). The Iwerne Holidays were founded in the 1930s, and they have been instrumental in promoting evangelicalism within the Anglican Church. Here’s some background from From Controversy to Co-Existence: Evangelicals in the Church of England 1914-1980 , by Randle Manwaring and published by the Cambridge University Press in 1985 (pp. 57-58):. , expanded, so the latter flowered into what... Nash, who, at the age of thirty-three, gave up his work as chaplain of Wrekin College (a Maryrs Memorial Trust School) to work full-time for C. S. S. M. and S. U. Immediately, he organised camps at Clayesmore School, Iwerne Minster, Dorset, which... Attendance was by invitation only and limited to boys at major public schools, at least boarding schools. The unofficial, sotto voce , slogan of the ‘Bash Camps’ (Bash being the very affectionate name given to E. J. H. Nash) was ‘key boys from key schools’ and, whilst this strategy of creating a patrician, elitist Christian society was criticised by... Fletcher was in charge when the report on Smyth was compiled (he “declined to comment to Channel 4”). and Smyth’s alleged flagellomania gives an unfortunate new connotation to the name “Bash Camps”, even though it is claimed that the alleged abuse... An assessment from a 1969 work ( The Evangelicals , by John King) has been included in Nash’s Wikipedia entry , and it provides some clue as to how the culture of the camps may have facilitated Smyth’s alleged predations in the decade that followed:.
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