UK Charity Commission says victims in Manchester New Moston congregation were ‘badly let down’ by trustees

A Jehovah’s Witness congregation in Manchester has been criticised by the Charity Commission over its handling of allegations of child sex abuse by a senior member.

Victims of a convicted paedophile, Jonathan Rose, were forced to come face to face with him and answer questions about their abuse, including from him, at a three-hour meeting, the charity watchdog found. One alleged victim was criticised in correspondence as a trouble-maker who was “economical with the truth”.

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