Call Bethel, Episode 3: Paper Trails | Podcast

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The idea that the Jehovah’s Witnesses keep a database of abuse allegations isn’t a complete long shot. Tireless lawyers in America and Australia have seen evidence of it in their countries. The reporters discover leads to follow.

Read the Investigations team’s notebook here: www.telegraph.co.uk/callbethel |

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If you have any information that could help the investigation, you can email the team on callbethel@telegraph.co.uk |

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