Victory Forge Military Academy is the same as Southeastern Military Academy

In December 2009, Weierman decided to change the name for Victory Forge to Southeastern Military Academy. Nothing about the school has changed, except the name. Even their website is the same (save for a new URL).

Sunday, June 1, 2008

So Who is Alan Weierman

The person who runs Victory Forge Military Academy is an unknown entity to most parents. He is a self-proclaimed Colonel and a Phd. Based on interviews with former employees, we have the following facts for you.

1. Worked as an employee, at a now defunct youth home, called Brinkhaven. The founder, William Brink was charged with sexual abuse and imprisoned. Brink's daughter is Molly Weierman who is married to Alan Weierman. So a checkered professional history to start.
Note: The Rev. William Brink didn't find just a wife among the residents of his Brinkhaven Homes for Youth. He also found a daughter. Both the wife and the daughter say Brink, sexually abused them, and their allegations are being investigated by the Stark County Sheriff's Department. Richard Tobias, a former member of the Brinkhaven board of trustees, said he gave local police copies of statements detailing allegations of sexual abuse written by 16-year-old Kathryn Brink. A Stark County jury took less than 2 1/2 hours, to find the Rev. William Brink guilty of sexually abusing two former residents of Brinkhaven, the home for troubled youths he founded in Lawrence Township. At this point, we are unsure if Molly is Brink's biological daughter.

2. Alan Weierman met Molly at this facility while he was incarcerated at the facility for being a troubled child himself.

3. While working at the facility, Alan had several abuse allegations levied against him. The most promising one was when a girl charged that she had sex with Alan Weierman, a Brinkhaven staff member, more than 30 times between August 1985 and June 1986. She was a minor at the time, while Alan was an adult.

4. Victory Forge was an offshoot of the Brinkhaven home. This was taken over by the daughter of the founder after Brinkhaven declared bankruptcy as a result of its founder going to jail on sexual abuse charges.

5. So Alan and Molly did not start Victory Homes as they so often have claimed.

Open questions for Alan Weierman:

1. Why do you call yourself a Colonel, when you are not one?
2. Where did you get your PhD?

More to follow.....


Anonymous said...

as a former resident of brinkhaven homes for youth. I witnessed the abuse of both the men and women of the facility. I am glad that the home is no longer open. I have become a responsible citizen since the late eighties and early nineties. Rev brink deserves all the punishment he gets and more if people knew exactly what went on in those houses. That place didnt benefit anyone except the people that were lining their pockets and getting all the pedophile fun they wanted. Sure i might be sour but i wouldnt put this in writing if i hadnt seen it with my own eyes.

(*"._BaByBooM_."*) said...

I am a former student of victory forge.
My parents sent me to port st. Lucie and i was supposed to attend victory forge for one year. Fortunetly i was only there for one month due to the school closing for child abuse. Though i was only there for a month I was abused many times and was knocked out twice by captain weierman's son. What is surprising to me is that at victory forge colonel weierman said his name was "john" not allen.
This shows how he really didn't want parents finding out about his disgusting and degrading past. He deserves the full extent of the law.

want to know bill brink said...

I was sexually abused by Bill Brink does anyone know anything about him before he opend Brinkhaven homes for youth.