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80-YO English Bishop Arrested Over Child Sexual Abuse Claims

Posted by Sandra On November - 15 - 2012

Peter Ball, 80, has been arrested on suspicion of eight sex offenses against eight boys and young men in the late Eighties and Nineties

Police investigating historic child sex allegations in a scandal-hit diocese arrested a retired Church of England bishop today. Peter Ball, 80, was arrested at his home in Langport, Somerset, on suspicion of eight sex offenses against eight boys and young men aged between 12 and their early twenties in the late Eighties and Nineties, sources said. The offenses are alleged to have taken place in East Sussex and elsewhere within the diocese of Chichester. READ MORE HERE










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