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Cape camp accused in abuse cases to reopen

Alleged victims voice outrage

Camp Good News did not open last summer after disclosure by Senator Scott Brown he was sexually abused there as a camper. Camp Good News did not open last summer after disclosure by Senator Scott Brown he was sexually abused there as a camper. (JONATHAN WIGGS/GLOBE STAFF)
By Brian MacQuarrie and John Ellement
Globe Staff / November 15, 2011

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A Christian summer camp on Cape Cod that closed down this year after Senator Scott Brown and others reported that they were sexually abused by staffers announced on its website yesterday that it will reopen. “The time has come to unlock the gates at Camp Good News,’’ said a headline posted on the campgoodnews.org homepage. In his autobiography, Brown reported that he had been sexually abused by a male counselor at a Christian camp on Cape Cod, but he has refused to identify the camp by name. However, the camp issued a written apology to Brown.

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