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Mr Timpson identifies as Moriori.  Mr Timpson gives evidence of his experiences of abuse within the Salvation Army’s Bramwell Booth Home in Temuka where he was placed for 11 years from 1971 onwards.  Mr Timpson will also discuss the significant impact this has had on his life, and his experience going through the Salvation Army redress process in the 2000’s.

Statement of Darrin Timpson for faith based redress hearing

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