Margaret McGuckin, who went into care at the age of three, said that the abuse she suffered started almost immediately.
She said: "I'd be beaten, trailed around and be near drowned in baths or with disinfectant. To be slapped and beaten with hard canes... and be locked in dark cupboards and rooms for hours."
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