Jimmy Savile with his Rolls-Royce

A converted Range Rover Savile may have used to abuse young girls failed to sell after a hate campaign.
The 1978 Carawagon estate – complete with double mattress in the back – was bought for £3000 in 1978 and was fitted with a bed, wash-hand basin and curtains.
Alan Draper, an academic and former adviser to the Catholic Church in Scotland on child protection issues, said he was not surprised at the new claims emerging.
He added: “I’m not sure I would wish to make any specific comment on Jimmy Savile’s connection. He was a well-known Catholic and he did a lot of charity work but it has also emerged that he was a sexual predator. It would be impossible without proper evidence to connect the two. However, I am not surprised that more victims have come forward. I thought the BBC documentary was quite sensitively done and moving and sometimes this treatment can encourage victims to come forward after many years. I would hope the police investigation would result in charges being brought against anyone who might still be alive who is accused of criminal behaviour. I also believe that any abbot or person involved in covering up such offences should be subject to criminal charges.”
The BBC documentary claims one priest was allowed to move from Fort Augustus to his native Australia, where church bosses were none the wiser about allegations made against him in Scotland.
He was suspended by the Australian church after the BBC tracked him down. More than a dozen former pupils at Fort Augustus and its feeder school Carlekemp, in East Lothian, have come forward to back up Monday’s heart-rending tales of abuse at the hands of several monks, some of whom are still alive.
Five men claimed on the Sins Of Our Fathers documentary that they were raped or sexually abused by Father Aidan Duggan, an Australian monk who taught at Carlekemp and Fort Augustus between 1953 and 1974.

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Duggan died in 2004 but some abuse claims relate to men who are still alive.
Donald Macleod, who attended Fort Augustus from 1961, said he was raped by Duggan when he was 14 but was not believed.
The investigation also uncovered allegations that Fort Augustus was used as a “dumping ground” for problem clergy who had confessedto abusing children.
O’Brien, who was forced to leave Scotland earlier this year after being forced to admit to inappropriate sexual behaviour, was guest of honour at the school’s old boys’ dinner last year.
The cardinal, who resigned as archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh in February after the allegations of sexual misconduct, also appeared at several prestigious events at the school, where some of the monks who now stand accused were also in attendance.


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02 June 2015 NINE men have been reported to prosecutors in connection with historical abuse at a former Catholic boarding school.
Police have now concluded their investigation into allegations of physical & sexual abuse at Fort Augustus Abbey in the Highlands. In a statement, the Crown Office said: “The procurator fiscal at Inverness has received reports concerning nine men in relation to incidents alleged to have occurred between September 1967 & December 1992.”
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