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Four former foster children authorities say were brutally physically and sexually abused in an Oxford foster home dubbed the “House of Horrors” have reached a $7 million settlement with the state’s child welfare agency, their lawyers announced Friday. 

“No amount of money can compensate our clients for what they have suffered, but by reaching this settlement the state is acknowledging its culpability in allowing foster children to be tortured for years in the Blouin home,” their lawyer, Erica L. Brody, said in a news release. 

Raymond and Susan Blouin, an Oxford husband and wife, are charged in Worcester County in connection with the case, as is another man, Philip Paquette. 


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