Interview: Salvation Army victim Graham Rundle

GRAHAM Rundle was seven when he became a number, in the quiet outside a storeroom at a Salvation Army boys’ home in the Adelaide Hills.

44. It was the number he would carry for eight years.

He was given this number by a Salvation Army sergeant, a man who, nearly 50 years later, would scream hysterically after a jury convicted him of violently raping four boys at the home, including the child known as 44.

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