Pretoria priest held for alleged kidnap,rape

Pretoria priest held for alleged kidnap,rape

A priest has been arrested for allegedly kidnapping and raping a 15-year-old girl in Itireleng informal settlement near Laudium, Pretoria police said.

The 25-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday around 1am after allegedly kidnapping the girl at the weekend and repeatedly raping her, Sergeant Ann Poortman said.

The teenager’s sister sent her to a tuck shop around 11.30am on Saturday. While she was there she saw the priest who told her to go to a certain shack in the area.

The girl’s family attended the man’s church and he was believed to be close friends with the girl’s father, Poortman said.

When the girl walked to the shack the priest allegedly followed her, raped her, and locked her inside.

When her father returned home and noticed she was not home yet her family opened a missing persons case at the police station.

“The man [priest] assisted the family to search for her and later went back to the shack and repeatedly raped her,” Poortman said.

On Monday around 9pm he told her he would release her on condition that she go to a particular woman’s home.

Upon her arrival at the woman’s home she would tell her that she had gone to her friend’s house in Mamelodi and needed someone to accompany her back home safely.

After questioning by her family, the girl told them she had been kidnapped and raped by the priest, Poortman said.

A kidnapping and rape case was opened on Tuesday morning. The man was arrested on Wednesday.

He appeared in court on Thursday. Details of his appearance were not yet known.

http://thesouthafrica.co.za/p-priest-held-for-alleged-kidnap-rape-562/

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Former Catholic school teacher John Skehan sentenced for historical sexual assault of student in Victoria

Former Catholic school teacher John Skehan sentenced for historical sexual assault of student in Victoria

A former Catholic school teacher in country Victoria avoided jail on Thursday for a historical sex assault on a student in 1970.

John Skehan, 75, was given an eight-month sentence suspended for two years and was placed on the sex offenders register after he pleaded guilty to the indecent assault of his 13-year-old student at a boys school in Shepparton.

That student was Greg Barclay, now aged 58 and a vice-president with the Australian Education Union.

In his decision not to send John Skehan, 75, to jail for an historic sex offence,  Magistrate Ian Watkins took into account Skehan's age, his ill health and that he was unlikely to reoffend. However,his victim, Greg Barclay, says he is ''gutted'' by the sentence.In his decision not to send John Skehan, 75, to jail for an historic sex offence, Magistrate Ian Watkins took into account Skehan’s age, his ill health and that he was unlikely to reoffend. However,his victim, Greg Barclay, says he is ”gutted” by the sentence. Photo: Supplied

Mr Barclay said outside court on Thursday that he was “gutted” with the sentence. Skehan had already been convicted and placed on a suspended sentence in 2010 for the indecent assault of a young child in Broken Hill in the 1970s.

In his sentencing on Thursday, Magistrate Ian Watkins took into account Skehan’s age, his ill health and that he was unlikely to reoffend.

Mr Barclay said despite the sentence, he felt vindicated that the abuse that he held secret for 44 years had been proven.

“Our justice system has come a long way, but there’s still a way to go,” he said.

“If nothing else, it has been to court today. It’s been proven that he’s guilty of it. It is vindication, it allows me to never visit that perhaps it was something that never happened, that I imagined it and it’s out there for all and sundry to read and accept and believe.”

Mr Barclay chose to go public with his identity in the hope it would help other victims of abuse to come forward.

“If we keep things secret, nothing ever gets done. It’s got to be out there, we’ve got to talk. If we don’t talk, we don’t acknowledge it and we don’t deal with it,” he said.

Mr Barclay was 13 and a student at St Colman’s in Shepparton in the state’s north-east when he was abused by the Marist brother. The school later merged with a girl’s high school to become what is now Notre Dame College.

Skehan called Mr Barclay out of class and took him to the brothers’ dormitory where the assault took place.

“I remember going up the stairs, I remember going into his room, I remember the assault. I don’t remember the end of the assault, I don’t remember leaving his room, I don’t remember getting back to class,” Mr Barclay said.

“But I will never be rid of the effects of his deliberate actions and sexual abuse of me. He forced me, a child, to carry a secret that I couldn’t share.”

Mr Barclay went to police after his mother died in November.

“I know that she would have felt responsible for not being able to protect me. She did not deserve to blame herself,” Mr Barclay said.

Shortly after the sentencing of his attacker, Mr Barclay visited his mother’s grave in Shepparton.

“One of the gifts Mum gave me was the concept of social justice. I haven’t been a retiring violet in terms of grabbing a cause and putting the head down and going head-long into it,” he said.

“I think she would be proud. I know she would.” 

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/national/former-catholic-school-teacher-john-skehan-sentenced-for-historical-sexual-assault-of-student-in-victoria-20141030-11e6t0.html#ixzz3Hio8HY6M

Nur-Ul-Islam Academy in Cooper City Rocked by Child Sex Abuse Claims

Nur-Ul-Islam Academy in Cooper City Rocked by Child Sex Abuse Claims

Tariq Ahmad, a veteran teacher at Nur-Ul-Islam Academy, a private school in Cooper City, Florida is now the subject of a multi-victim child sexual abuse investigation by law enforcement officials.  Ahmad, a 35 year old male, stands accused of forcing three teenage girls, ages 14 and 15 at the time, to have sexual intercourse with him while they were students at the Academy between 2006 and 2008.  Tariq Ahmad started working at Nur-Ul Islam Academy in August 2006 according to his LinkedIn page.  It is alleged the Nur-Ul-Islam Academy allowed Ahmad to remain a teacher even after receiving a complaint accusing Ahman of sexually abusing a child.

Tariq Ahmad previously worked in the Broward County public school district from 2001 to 2005 as a substitute teacher and teacher assistant. Ahmad’s employment has been terminated by Nur-Ul Islam Academy.  According to its website, Nur-Ul-Islam Academy is a K-through-12-grade college prep school with over 300 students.  

Ahmad would allegedly use text messages, social media and even code on the chalk boards in the classroom to set up meetings with the girls.  The criminal investigation is being led by the Pembroke Pines Police Department who became involved after a concerned parent notified them that one of the girls was on the telephone late at night with her Tariq Islam.  The parent claims to have brought the information to school officials, but received no response.  The case has recently been turned over to the Broward County State Attorney’s office and an arrest warrant has been issued.  Ahmad’s current location is unknown.

According to attorney Adam Horowitz: “Parents should be able to expect that their children will be safe while entrusted to the care of school officials.  A school should never employ a teacher with a history of sexual abuse.  The employment of a teacher with a history of sexual abuse complaints places children in grave danger.”

Our attorneys are experienced in handling lawsuits involving sexual battery against private and public schools. If you or someone you know has been a victim of sexual battery or child sexual abuse, please contact our law firm at 855-700-PATH or send an e-mail to sexual abuse attorney Adam Horowitz at adam@pathtojustice.com. Farmer Jaffe Weissing handles sexual abuse cases nationwide. 

http://www.pathtojustice.com/blog/nur-ul-islam-academy-in-cooper-city-rocked-by-child-sex-abuse-claims#.VFNwUzSUfxB

Former archbishop’s lawyer cites new evidence in sex assault case

Former archbishop’s lawyer cites new evidence in sex assault case

WINNIPEG – A lawyer for a former archbishop convicted of sexually assaulting an altar boy in the 1980s says he has fresh evidence that could have exonerated his client during his trial.

Jeff Gindin, who represents Seraphim Storheim, filed a notice of motion asking that the new evidence be heard when the case appears before Manitoba’s Court of Appeal on Friday.

In court documents, Gindin says the evidence relates to the victim’s visit with Storheim and Storheim’s relationship with one of the defence witnesses, Connie Kucharczyk, who helped Storheim entertain the boy during his stay.

“The aforementioned evidence could reasonably, when taken with other evidence adduced at the trial, be expected to have affected the outcome of the trial,” Gindin wrote in a motion filed Oct. 17. “The evidence was not available by all due diligence at the time of the trial.”

Gindin declined to comment further about the new evidence. The Crown also declined to be interviewed.

Storheim was convicted earlier this year of sexually assaulting a boy who had come to visit him in Winnipeg in 1985.

The man testified that during that visit Storheim would routinely walk around naked and would sometimes lie naked on the floor and touch himself. The man testified that another time Storheim touched him and inspected his groin as he sat naked on a bed.

Storheim testified he talked to the boy about puberty and inspected his pyjama bottoms at the request of the boy, but denied anything inappropriate took place.

The 68-year-old was sentenced to eight months in jail but has been free on bail pending his appeal hearing. Justice Christopher Mainella, who presided over Storheim’s trial, now sits on the Court of Appeal.

In his original appeal notice filed in July, Gindin said he was appealing on numerous grounds. The conviction “is contrary to law, evidence and the weight of the evidence,” Gindin wrote.

Mainella should have given greater credibility to Storheim’s evidence and should not have dismissed Kucharczyk’s evidence “due to bias” that did not exist, the defence lawyer suggested.

He also challenged the eight-month sentence handed to Storheim. Gindin had argued for no jail time, because Storheim’s reputation had been ruined and he didn’t have a criminal record.

“The sentence imposed was harsh and excessive having regard to the age, background and circumstances of the offence,” Gindin wrote.

Storheim was a priest in the Orthodox Church in America but he later rose to archbishop — the church’s highest-ranking cleric in Canada. He was placed on leave when he was arrested in 2010 and retired following his conviction.

The Orthodox Church in America has 700 parishes, missions and other institutions across North America. It is separate from other Orthodox churches such as the Greek Orthodox Church and the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.

http://globalnews.ca/news/1644953/former-archbishops-lawyer-cites-new-evidence-in-sex-assault-case/

Ex-Archbishop of York quits Church role over sex abuse failings

Ex-Archbishop of York quits Church role over sex abuse failings

THE ex-Archbishop of York, Lord Hope of Thornes, has resigned his formal ministry role in the Church of England days after a report accused him of failing to act on information he received about alleged child sex abuse by a former cathedral dean.

Lord Hope said in a statement today that he had resigned as Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford, now West Yorkshire and the Dales, “after much prayerful and considered thought”.

He said: “This ends my nearly 50 years of formal ministry in the Church of England, which I have always sought to serve with dedication. I will certainly continue to pray for the important ongoing work with survivors.”

It comes after a report published last week into the handling of allegations of sex abuse against the late Robert Waddington, formerly Dean of Manchester, which found there were “systemic failures” by the Church.

The report, by Judge Sally Cahill QC, found that: “Our conclusion, having heard his (Lord Hope’s) evidence is that his concern for the welfare of Robert Waddington seems to have been paramount in his response to these allegations.”

Lord Hope said at the time that he was “disappointed” that the report has raised concerns about how the cases were handled and denied that there was a cover-up.

But he wrote today: “After much prayerful and considered thought I wrote at the beginning of the week to the Bishop of Leeds and in the light of the Cahill Inquiry Report I have submitted my resignation as Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford, now West Yorkshire and the Dales, with immediate effect.”

He will remain in the Church of England despite leaving his formal ministry role.

In response, the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, said: “I respect the prayerful decision made by my predecessor Lord David Hope.

“I am deeply saddened by his decision. He has served the Church of England with joyfulness, commitment, honesty and holiness.

“I personally thank him for his leadership as a Priest, Principal of a Theological College, Bishop and Archbishop of the Province of York, and above all as a Dear Brother in Christ.

“It did not come as a surprise to me when on the day the Inquiry Report was published Lord Hope said that ‘It is matter of great regret to me that 12 years ago when the non-specific anonymous allegations were first made in Manchester, the church and I myself were not more proactive in seeking out and/or assisting a reluctant complainant.

“’Nor is it any comfort that other organisations were no more diligent at that time when dealing with similar situations.’ As the old saying goes ‘to err is human, to forgive is divine’.

“The inquiry into the alleged abuses by Robert Waddington led by HH Judge Sally Cahill QC has made its recommendations and these now need to be considered and action taken in a thoughtful and measured manner to ensure the Church can be a safer place for all.

“I continue to hold all the survivors in my thoughts and prayers and I am grateful too that some have offered to help the leadership of the Church of England to create a new culture of protecting and safeguarding all God’s children.

“May I repeat my request to all those who wish to comment on this report that they read it fully before doing so.”

Those who made allegations described abuse in Manchester, York, London, Carlisle and in Queensland, Australia dating back as far as the 1950s.

One man alleges he was abused when Waddington was assistant curate at St John’s, Bethnal Green, London, some time between 1953 and 1955.

He told the investigators the abuse started during confirmation classes and how he called him “mon petit”.

In 1961 Waddington was made headmaster at St Barnabas School, Ravenshoe, Queensland, where more alleged abuse took place.

He returned to the UK in 1971 and eventually became Dean of Manchester between 1984 and 1993.

When the report was published, Lord Hope said that when allegations were reported to him 15 and 12 years ago they were “unspecific” and he has never been told the full details.

He said there was no recommendation at that time that allegations should be reported to the police and he was told the complainant would not talk to officers.

The former Archbishop withdrew Waddington’s permission to act as a priest in 2004.

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/main-topics/general-news/ex-archbishop-of-york-quits-church-role-over-sex-abuse-failings-1-6925992

Priest ‘was warned’ over abuse claims

Priest ‘was warned’ over abuse claims

A priest has been stopped from exercising his duties and removed from his posts following sexual abuse allegations.

In a statement about alleged abuses committed by the priest, the Dominican Order said it had warned him several times and it took (unspecified) measures about him. But it also pointed out that claims against him were withdrawn several times.

The province said that through its actions it was not judging the priest  but taking action against any eventuality.

The province expressed its regret over the developments and said was ready to collaborate with the police so that all the truth would be known.

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20141030/local/priest-was-warned-over-abuse-claims.541950

Pastor Accused of Keeping Boys as ‘Sex Slaves’

Pastor Accused of Keeping Boys as ‘Sex Slaves’

A Broward County, Fla. man sued five religious and charitable organizations alleging a former youth pastor they supervised treated him and other young boys as sex slaves.
     Demetrius Jones claims in his lawsuit that the organizations negligently hired and failed to supervise Jeffery London, 51, who acted as a resident adult and mentor for underprivileged boys.
     For more than a decade, London regularly made Jones and other boys perform sex acts on him, Jones says.
     The suit names the Bible Church of God of Boynton Beach, BJ’s Foundation, New Vision Children’s Foundation, Teched-Ventures Inc. and Lauderdale Lakes Academy. Also named is the estate of Elizabeth H. Buntrock, a well-known Broward County philanthropist who created or helped fund the charities. Buntrock died earlier this year.
     Jones says the organizations aided London’s access to dozens of young boys, and alleges that the youth minister took advantage of the situation “for the purpose of grooming, manipulating, and coercing them into becoming his sex slaves.”
     In addition, the charities gave him the money and authority to control the boys’ living essentials and London “repeatedly and continuously forced young boys … to submit to him sexually to obtain these necessities,” the complaint says.
     Jones asserts London had no qualifications or experience to act as a guardian for children; nevertheless, the charities allowed him to care for the boys in an unlicensed foster home called the “Buntrock House” with no supervision.
     London also was named “Dean of Students” at the Eagle Academy Charter School, part of the Lauderdale Lakes Academy, though he has no formal educational training, the complaint says.
     Jones says he first met London at the Bible Church of God where the youth pastor ran a Boys and Girls Club chapter.
     The complaint describes Jones, then nine years old, as a “disadvantaged child whose mother and father were in and out of jail.”
     Soon after meeting London, Jones’ mother went to jail again. The suit claims London created fraudulent paperwork to act as Jones’ guardian and moved the young boy into the Buntrock House, whereupon the sexual abuse began.
     “London would lie down next to Jones where Jones was sleeping and would rub his body against him,” the complaint says about their first encounters. “And then London would touch Jones’ penis and masturbate Jones until Jones ejaculated.”
     As Jones got older, London rewarded sexual activity with money, video games and trips around the United States. Jones claims London made him and other boys engage in threesomes and foursomes. The complaint describes the abuse as “almost daily.”
     All the while, Buntrock paid London handsomely for chores around the residence and church, the suit says. He was also given a car and access to the church van, where some of the molestation took place. Beatings were also common, Jones says.
     London lived at the Buntrock House from 2000 to 2009. He then moved into a townhouse owned by New Vision Children’s Foundation, another unlicensed foster home funded by Buntrock.
     In 2003, London was hired as “Dean of Students” at the Eagle Academy, also funded by Buntrock and managed by Teched-Ventures. The suit says London abused children, including Jones, from that school as well.
     Police arrested London in 2012 on sexual abuse charges based on allegations from several boys.
     In April 2014, a jury acquitted him of 27 counts of abuse, however he remains in the Broward County jail without bond as he faces other sexual battery and molestation charges.
     Jones is represented by Jeffrey Herman of Boca Raton, Fla. 

http://www.courthousenews.com/2014/10/30/72936.htm

Victims group blasts FL Muslim school

Victims group blasts FL Muslim school

It’s heartbreaking that officials at a Muslim school kept silent for months about credible child sex abuse allegations. And now, with the accused predator a fugitive from justice, it’s outrageous that school officials are apparently making little or no effort to protect other kids, help law enforcement and adequately inform parents about the alleged sex offender. We urge parents to unite and pressure school officials to do more to protect kids.

http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/pulp/2014/10/tariq_ahmad_teacher_accused_of_raping_students_at_islamic_private_school_previously_worked_for_browa.php  

Here’s why this secrecy is so hurtful: it enables child molesters to destroy evidence, intimidate victims, threaten witnesses, discredit whistleblowers, fabricate alibis and flee elsewhere. It makes the job of police and prosecutors much more difficult. And it keeps kids in harm’s way much longer. Shame on every single employee or volunteer at Nur-Ul-Islam Academy who knew of or suspected wrongdoing by Tariq Ahmed and kept quiet about it.

We applaud attorneys for the two alleged victims who have set up websites and Facebook pages in an effort to learn more about Ahmed. But why does it fall to advocates for the wounded to do what paid school staff should be doing?

We join them in urging anyone who might have seen, suspected or suffered sex crimes or cover ups at the school to come forward, get help and protect kids and contact law enforcement officials, rather than school officials.

And we agree with those attorneys who say that Nur-Ul-Islam Academy officials should send letters to families of current and former students, explain the charges, and solicit their help in catching Ahmed.

Remember this is more than a “he said, she said” situation. There are two alleged victims. There’s a civil lawsuit (filed last Friday). There are formal criminal charges, levied by the Broward State Attorney’s office against Ahmed – six felony counts of sexually abusing and raping middle school students.  

The girls’ attorneys allege that they have found proof that school officials learned about Ahmed’s wrongdoing years ago – between 2005 and 2008 – but refused to call police. We hope this isn’t true but strongly suspect that it is. And if so, we hope police and prosecutors pursue criminal cases against any teacher or administrator who opted to protect a colleague instead of protecting a child.

The girls’ attorneys are Scott Mager, Michael Dolce and Brian Paruas, service@mdplawyers.com, 954-763-2800 or 561-512-2104. According to them:

—Rafman Twahir, is the “acting head of the high shool.” http://www.nuia.org/facultystaffmiddle.htm,http://www.nuia.org/administration.htm

—Dr. Husman Khan of Ft. Lauderdale (954-527-0222) is the chair of the school’s board of directors.

—The school’s lawyer is Yasir Billoo (305-670-4421).

(SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, is the world’s oldest and largest support group for clergy abuse victims. SNAP was founded in 1988 and has more than 20,000 members. Despite the word “priest” in our title, we have members who were molested by religious figures of all denominations, including nuns, rabbis, bishops, and Protestant ministers. Our website is SNAPnetwork.org)

Contact – David Clohessy (314-566-9790 cell, SNAPclohessy@aol.com), Barbara Dorris (314-503-0003 cell,SNAPdorris@gmail.com), Barbara Blaine (312-399-4747, SNAPblaine@gmail.com)  

http://www.snapnetwork.org/fl_blastmuslim

Ex-Archbishop of York quits church role over abuse report

Ex-Archbishop of York quits church role over abuse report

A former Archbishop of York has resigned from his church role after a report criticised his handling of child abuse allegations.

A report by Judge Sally Cahill QC said Lord Hope of Thornes failed to follow policy and take advice after he was informed of complaints against a cathedral dean.

Lord Hope stepped down as Archbishop of York in 2005.

He became parish priest in Ilkley and was made a honorary assistant bishop.

The report published last week outlined failures by the Church of England to respond properly to allegations of sex abuse against the late Robert Waddington, who was Dean of Manchester between 1984 and 1993.

Judge Cahill said Lord Hope’s actions meant “opportunities were missed” to start an investigation which might have led to a prosecution.

‘Profound apology’

She added: “We consider the failings of Lord Hope were cumulative over the period, and arose as a result of Lord Hope not following the Church’s policies and instead dealing with a child protection issue in what appears to have been the way he would deal with a disciplinary matter or complaint.”

The judge said it was not possible to say what the consequences would have been if the former archbishop had acted differently.

In a statement, Lord Hope said: “After much prayerful and considered thought I wrote at the beginning of the week to the Bishop of Leeds and in the light of the Cahill Inquiry Report I have submitted my resignation as Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford, now West Yorkshire and the Dales, with immediate effect.”

Last week, he offered a “personal and profound apology” to the victims if they felt they had been denied justice.

The current Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, said he was saddened by Lord Hope’s decision.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-york-north-yorkshire-29838137

Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford resigns over child abuse row

Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford resigns over child abuse row

The Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford has resigned from his position after a report into allegations of child abuse by a former cathedral dean found “systemic failures” by the Church of England.

Last week’s report by Judge Sally Cahill QC said Lord Hope of Thornes failed to follow policy and take advice after he was informed of complaints against Robert Waddington relating to boys in Manchester and Australia.

The judge outlined failures by the Church to respond properly to allegations of sex abuse against the late Robert Waddington, who was Dean of Manchester between 1984 and 1993.

She said Lord Hope’s actions meant “opportunities were missed” to start an investigation which may have led to a prosecution before Waddington’s death seven years ago.

Lord Hope stepped down as Archbishop of York in 2005 when he returned to being a parish priest in the Bradford district. At that stage known as Dr David Hope, he spent several years in charge at St Margaret’s Church on Queen’s Road, Ilkley.

In a statement today, Lord Hope said: “After much prayerful and considered thought I wrote at the beginning of the week to the Bishop of Leeds and in the light of the Cahill Inquiry Report I have submitted my resignation as Honorary Assistant Bishop of Bradford, now West Yorkshire and the Dales, with immediate effect.

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“This ends my nearly 50 years of formal ministry in the Church of England, which I have always sought to serve with dedication. I will certainly continue to pray for the important ongoing work with survivors.”

The current Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, said he was saddened by Lord Hope’s decision.

Dr Sentamu said: “I respect the prayerful decision made by my predecessor Lord David Hope. I am deeply saddened by his decision.

“He has served the Church of England with joyfulness, commitment, honesty and holiness.”

In her report last week, Judge Cahill said: “We consider the failings of Lord Hope were cumulative over the period, and arose as a result of Lord Hope not following the Church’s policies and instead dealing with a child protection issue in what appears to have been the way he would deal with a disciplinary matter or complaint.”

The judge said it is not possible to say what the consequences would have been if the former archbishop had acted differently.

But she said: “However, what is not speculative is, because of the actions he took, and his inaction on other occasions, opportunities were missed for an investigation which may have led to a prosecution during Robert Waddington’s lifetime.”

Lord Hope has always denied suggestions that he covered up allegations against Waddington, who died from cancer in 2007, but last week he offered a “personal and profound apology” to the victims if they felt they had been denied justice.

He said there was no recommendation at the time that allegations should be reported to the police.

“If all that has been learned by organisations and the public about child abuse in the last 15 years had been known in 1999 and 2004, I would certainly have acted differently,” he said.

Lord Hope added: “If either of the two persons concerned feel in the light of this report they have been denied the justice they deserve, then, on behalf of the Church, I offer my personal and profound apology.”

http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/11571038.Honorary_Assistant_Bishop_of_Bradford_resigns_over_child_abuse_row/