College Sex Abuse Case: New Claims

By Geesche Jacobsen
Sydney Morning Herald
May 22, 2009

Two former students of St Stanislaus College in Bathurst have made new allegations of sexual abuse against a former priest and teacher at the school.

Peter William Dwyer, who was a teacher and college president at the college from 1970 to the late 80s, is already facing four charges that he sexually abused students.

He is one of six men charged with child sex offences allegedly committed at the school between 1960 and 1993.

Dwyer has pleaded not guilty to the charges already laid against him.

His case, which was mentioned in the Downing Centre Local Court today, was adjourned.


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