Former Trinity College teacher Tony Webb to appeal child sexual abuse reporting conviction

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.

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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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