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Digital copy of Documents relating to Witness 215's re-admission to Les Chênes Residential School. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 215.
April 4th 1979 - April 10th 1979
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1. Memorandum dated 4 April 1979 from Mr J B Elliott, Child Care Officer to Mr A J Skinner, Senior Child Care Officer regarding an incident involving Witness 215. Describes account of Witness 215 and his mother that Witness 215 had not been involved in a fight. Notes discrepancy to account of Police Constable Beaty who stated to have witnessed Witness 215 fighting, commenting on his drunkenness. Provides details about the incident, noting attempts by the Police to stop the situation. Refers to arrangements made for Witness 215 to attend a Town Hall Enquiry, noting probability that Witness 215 would be charged with a breach of the peace by fighting and refusing to obey the orders of the Police. 2. Letter dated 10 April 1979 from [the Principal], Les Chênes Residential School to Mr C A Smith, Children's Officer regarding Witness 215's re-admission to Les Chênes. Copies sent to [J] B Elliott [Child Care Officer] and W F Clarke. Confirms Witness 215's re-admission to Les Chênes on 12 April . Notes that Witness 215's admission brings the total number of residents at Les Chênes to 8.
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