Deceased Boston Red Sox Manager Accused By Nine Other Men of Sexual Abuse
This story continues to go on even as the Boston Red Sox Clubhouse Manager, Donald Fitzpatrick is no longer with us. Though it seems as if its a spin off the recent Jerry Sandusky sexual allegations case, this case actually happened many, many years ago and the alleged victims are coming out of the woodwork. It goes to show us that with the Sandusky case probably gave this case the exposure it needed.
Read report below from CBS News:
Two Men Sue Red Sox For $10M for Sexual Abuse from Deceased Clubhouse Mgr
Every accusation we could think of is coming out of the woodwork. God is cleaning up and no one can stop any of it from being exposed.
Two men who have accused a deceased Boston Red Sox clubhouse manager of sexually abusing them when they were ‘batboys’. They are filing a $10 million lawsuit against the team.
“These were inner city kids happy to have jobs with the Red Sox,” said their lawyer yesterday. “Then they were sexually molested by Donald Fitzpatrick, a serial pedophile. It’s similar to the Penn State case.”
Ex-Boston Red Sox Mgr Donald Fitzpatrick Preyed On Black Boys 4 Decades Ago
Here’s another case that started 40 years ago which is very similar to former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky.
Between 1971 and 1991, Donald Fitzpatrick, a long-time Red Sox clubhouse manager, systematically molested and abused nearly a dozen African-American boys in their hometown of Winter Haven, Florida, where the baseball team held their Spring training.
“He grabbed me and told me to take my clothes off,” Leeronnie Ogletree, who said Fitzpatrick lured him into years of molestation when he was just 10, told thepostgame.com… I don’t mind telling it now because I’m over it. But that stands out. And I’ll never forget it.”