The overview of Jonathan Fletcher's findings continues regardless of the outbreak of the coronavirus

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Jonathan Fletcher

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, a review of allegations of spiritual abuse against retired Church of England priest Jonathan Fletcher continues.

Independent Protection Agency Thirty-one: Eight calls on everyone to provide information about the allegations against the former pastor of Emmanuel Church, Wimbledon.

The review is being carried out by Thirtyone: Eight on behalf of Emmanuel Church after Fletcher was accused of using ice baths, naked massages, and beating men as a form of spiritual discipline.

The Church of England withdrew Mr. Fletcher's official license after the allegations were brought to light, and the police were informed but decided against further action.

The review is carried out by Dr. Lisa Oakley, chair of the National Faithful Child Abuse Working Group, led and led by Thirtyone: eight chief executive (safeguarding), Justin Humphrey.

It will investigate the allegations and protective culture in Emmanuel Church that Fletcher cultivated from 1982 until his retirement in 2012.

Anyone who has not yet made contact but wants to take part in the review can do so confidentially by email (email protected). This can include those who simply share relevant information with Thirtyone: Eight.

Mr. Humphreys said, "This is the last call to the review team. We encourage anyone who has relevant information about Rev. Jonathan Fletcher or the culture at Emmanuel Church in Wimbledon to contact us immediately.

"We worked very hard to ensure that this review could be done completely independently and using a robust methodology.

"During this process, we want to make it clear that the voices of victims and survivors must be heard, from the development of the scope to the preparation and publication of the report.

"I can praise both Dr. Lisa Oakley and Simon Plant as specialists with outstanding expertise and sensitivity in dealing with such matters."

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