28 AUGUST 2014
Two more teachers at an all-boys Catholic grammar school where its former deputy head sexually abused 10 schoolboys would “likely” have faced similar charges if they were still alive, police have said.
The revelation emerged after the Rev Alan Morris, 64, a church deacon, was jailed for nine years after he used a “cloak of discipline” to gain perverse gratification when administering corporal punishment at St Ambrose RC College in Hale Barns, Manchester, between 1973 and 1990.
An initial complaint to the police about Morris in November 2010 led to a large number of boys saying they too had suffered at his hand, while sex abuse allegations were also made against two other teachers at the school.
Other former students complained about “inappropriate use” of corporal punishment against a number of other teachers, many of who have also since died.
Ten former pupils claimed they were sexually assaulted by a Christian Brother whose holy order had run the school, while four ex-students said they were also sexually assaulted by a second teacher.
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