When it closed, the school had 120 students, 13 employees, 5 volunteers and a temp. Father Spinoza is suspected of having had recourse to hidden work within the establishment, in particular for certain teachers. The defense talks about “Volunteering” and of “Self-donation to support the project”.
Father Spinoza is also suspected of having resorted to forced labor. In addition to physical punishments, some students explained that they were forced to do household chores (cleaning the school, maintaining the wood boiler) to make up for the lack of maintenance staff.