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nofuture 27-07-2013 08:45 AM

Ex teacher denies abusing 29 boys over 21 years

A former teacher has appeared in court accused of abusing pupils at a top boys school over a period of 21 years.

Alan Morris, 63, who is also a church deacon, denies 47 counts of sexual abuse against 29 boys.

The alleged offences are said to have taken place at St Ambrose College in Hale near Altrincham between 1973 and 1994.

It is claimed that at the time all the pupils were under 16.

Rev Morris was given bail at Manchester city magistrates’ court.

The case was adjourned until August 15 when he will appear at Manchester Crown Court for a preliminary hearing.

Rev Morris worked as a deacon at Holy Angels Church in Hale Barns, although he has not been involved in active ministry since his arrest.

He was charged with 41 counts of indecent assault, five alleging gross indecency, and outraging public decency.

Rev Morris, of Rivington Road, Hale , spoke only to confirm his name and address and deny the charges against him.

The prosecution raised no objection to bail but he was ordered to stay away from prosecution witnesses and not to have unsupervised contact with children under 18.

The Shrewsbury Diocese said in a statement: “Such (alleged) offences are unrelated to his ministry as a deacon. In accordance with statutory safeguarding procedures, Deacon Morris remains withdrawn from active ministry at this time. We pray for all those involved in this matter.”

andy1033 27-07-2013 09:10 AM

Today the police can literally suck all your memories out of your brain, and see what happened in your life, in serious crimes.

Thats good, as its a factual way to show and prove if the suspect has actually did what they claim.

The police will know if they use these techs on him what happened and from his perspective. So you cannot hide anything from these people anymore, and i think its good.

Just staying silent is no good today in serious crimes investigation, as the police have access to techs to take all your memories anyway. So staying silent means nout.

I am sure plenty of people out there have done horrendous stuff in there lifes. There is no secrets anymore if the police or gov target you.

Not saying this guy is innocent or guilty, just that the suspect will be able to hide nothing from the police, and the police if they use this tech on him will know without a doubt what happened.

nofuture 20-01-2014 01:20 AM


nofuture 20-01-2014 12:35 PM

Teachers at 130 leading public schools - including Marlborough and Eton - have been implicated in child sex abuse cases, it has been revealed today.

Over the past 20 years, teachers at 62 independent schools have been convicted of sex crimes. The crimes range from indecent assault to gross indecency and buggery, against 277 male pupils.

The schools include Haberdashers' Aske's, Wellington College, King Edward's School Birmingham, Ampleforth, and The Oratory School, Reading, The Times reports.

Among 20 other schools where a male teacher has been convicted of possessing child abuse images are Eton, Marlborough, Millfield, Oundle and Tonbridge.

And the Downside School, in Somerset, appears in both categories.

A further 36 private schools have also been linked to child abuse, including unresolved prosecutions, actions for damages after an alleged abuser has died, teachers convicted of abusing boys who are not connected to their school. It also included police investigations that led to arrests but no charges.

In some cases schools where teachers allegedly abused boys cannot be named, as their identification is protected by law. The Times reports that they include two leading London public schools.

Earlier this month, the Mail revealed that dozens of victims came forward in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

Some of the country’s leading institutions, including those attended by Nick Clegg, Boris Johnson and Tony Blair, face accusations of covering up abuse for decades. The allegations include rape.

Lawyers acting for the alleged victims are demanding up to £400,000 in compensation for the years of abuse they suffered.

Those seeking redress include former pupils at Beeston Hall, a £21,000-a-year prep school in Norfolk.

Mervyn Rush, 68, who taught science at the school in the 1970s, was jailed for 14 years in August last year after pleading guilty to 18 charges of sexual abuse against ten boys aged between eight and 12.

With compensation claims of up to £400,000 per victim, the financial repercussions of these historical cases could cause the closure of some prep schools, Tony Little, head of Eton College said at the time. 'It is possible [some will have to close] but it is absolutely right this problem is exposed,’ he said.

Some 20 former pupils of Ashdown House in East Sussex, which was attended by Mayor of London Boris Johnson and Homeland actor Damian Lewis, claim that staff committed ‘very serious abuse’ on children aged between seven and 13 during the 1970s. The £23,000-a-year boarding school is a feeder school for Eton and Harrow.

Liz Dux, head of the abuse department at Slater & Gordon, said: 'Sadly these sickening figures do not shock me at all. It has been clear for some time now that there has been a culture of silence around the abuse of children and vulnerable people in our society for many decades.

'We look after more than 70 victims of Savile and after spending time with these victims it has become apparent that better legislation would have helped protect people.

'The mandatory reporting of abuse would stop vile predators like Savile in their tracks. The time has come for action to stop hideous crimes like the ones we hear about on a far too regular basis. Silence gives abusers free rein and surely as a society we cannot allow that any longer.'

The Independent Schools Council (ISC), is responsible for 1,223 schools which educate 80 per cent of Britain's private-sector pupils.

It said 'abuse of trust by a small number of predatory individuals' was 'a matter of the very deepest regret'.


northernman 24-07-2014 05:46 PM

I went to St Ambrose College when Alan Morris was teaching and can assure the Manchester evening news is was nowhere near being a "top boys school". The teaching was excellent if you were in the top stream, absolutely diabolical in the bottom stream. The fabric of the school was deplorable with naked electrical wiring poking out of holes in the walls, dangerous stairs and a smell of damp in the portakabins.

The place was based on violence. Violence from the staff to the poor sods who attended and violence between the boys. There were the usual fights, but also darts thrown at peoples, physical assaults and brutal teachers. All par for the course for the laughingly called 'christian brothers' so my challenge is to the governors at the time. Just what the HELL do you think you were doing?

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