Australian Broadcasting Corporation
December 16, 2020
By Rebecca Turner
One of the first people convicted under Western Australia’s child sexual abuse mandatory reporting laws has announced he is appealing, a move which has further upset a victim and his family.
Warning: this story contains graphic content that some readers may find upsetting.
Former Trinity College teacher Anthony Paul Webb — one of several who supervised a school rugby trip to Japan in 2017 in which a student was allegedly sexually assaulted by some teammates — has lodged his appeal with the Supreme Court of WA.
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