Deepcut Camp, U.K.
British army recruits at a camp in southern England were routinely beaten and raped, according to a police report leaked to the London Sunday Times this week. Police launched their investigation after four recruits killed themselves at Deepcut Camp between 1995 and 2001. More than 100 recruits said that they or others were subjected to physical, sexual, and psychological abuse. Some of the women said they were raped in their bunks, urinated on, or forced to march naked. The alleged abusers were mostly noncommissioned officers in charge of training.
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