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Historic child sex crimes

May 28, 2013 at 4:14 PM

A Douglas Richard Peters appeared in Waitakere District Court this week for sex offences against boys committed over 20 and 30 years ago around sporting activities he was involved in around West Auckland suburbs. Survivors are now adult men reported these offences to the Police who is calling for more information or concerns about the accused. More on that news here. Earlier in April 63 year old Peter Mead was convicted in the Auckland High Court for sex offending against children between 1977 and 1981. Read that news here. Related to this is the  Victoria's child sex abuse inquiry. Cardinal George Pell Australia's most senior Catholic clergy will be the last witness to give evidence. He apologised for the abuse of children in and by the church and admitted to church cover-up attempts to avoid scandal. Here is that news.

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