Germany: Children were raped in Catholic 'Children's Home', nuns deal with children's bodies

Germany: Children were raped in Catholic 'Children's Home', nuns deal with children's bodies
The dreaded face of the 'Children's Home' run by Catholic nuns in Germany has been revealed. The orphans living here were served by nuns to have sex in front of clergy, politicians and businessmen. According to the news published in 'Daily Mail', this sex racket running under the cover of religion was revealed when a victim approached the court. The court has ordered compensation to the victim after hearing the arguments. During the hearing of the case, everyone was surprised to hear what the victim told the court.

In Germany, a 63-year-old man knocked against a childhouse run by a Catholic nun. The victim lived in a juvenile home during the 1960s and 1970s. During this time he was raped more than 1,000 times. Not only this, other children living in orphanages were also forced by nuns to have sex with pastors and leaders. The victim said that he was being sexually abused since the age of five.

The identity of the victim has been kept secret. According to information, the victim arrived in March 1963 to stay at the Children's Home in the German city of Spars, run by The Order of the Sisters of the Divine Savior. At the age of just a few years, he began to be sexually abused in a child home. They were forcibly sent to the clergy and leaders by nuns and were also beaten for refusing.

In court, the victim stated that the children had been sent out and that they had also been sexually abused at the child home. The orphanage had a room where 7 to 14-year-old children were served in front of pastors, leaders and other influential people. They raped children for as long as they wanted. There was no one to listen to their screams. The victim stated that the nuns of the Children's Home acted like brokers. If anyone refused to obey him, he was beaten with sticks. The nuns received money in exchange for sexual exploitation of children.

According to the victim's statement, the children were also sexually abused by nuns of the child's home. The orphanage was closed in 2000 after being mired in controversies, but stories of exploitation continued to unfold there. During the investigation, it was found that between 1946 and 2014, 3,677 children were sexually abused by around 1,670 priests. The victim states that the compensation amount cannot bring him life back, which was ruined by the nuns of the childhouse.

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