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Former football coach Barry Bennell has been charged with nine sexual offenses in relation to two complainants.
Barry Bennell, also known as Richard Jones, appeared via the video link at the Warrington Magistrates Court on Monday morning to face charges related to two whistleblowers, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Geoff Fryar, head of the CPS Mersey Cheshire Complex Case Unit, said: “The Crown Prosecution Service can confirm that Richard Jones, also known as Barry Bennell, appeared Monday in Warrington Magistrates Court through the HMP Littlehey video link.
Barry Bennell Age
He is 66 years old.
Barry Bennell Career
According to Wikipedia Barry Bennell former trainers and explorers in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. This led to a wave of new allegations, as well as allegations that some clubs had covered them up. Echoing similar revelations in the 1990s, the initial 2016 allegations focused on the abuse of young players in Crewe Alexandra and Manchester City due to the clubs’ associations with Barry Bennell (previously convicted of crimes of sexual abuse in the United Kingdom and the United States) who, on November 29, 2016, was charged with new offenses. Accusations were also made against George Ormond, a former Newcastle United youth scout and coach (who also had previous convictions), former Chelsea scout Eddie Heath and former Southampton and Peterborough coach Bob Higgins. In early December 2016, allegations also began to surface about former youth coaches and scouts in Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Barry Bennell Charged
At the hearing, Jones, 66, was charged with nine sexual offenses in relation to two whistleblowers. “He has been charged with one count of buggery and six counts of indecent assault in relation to one complainant and two counts of buggery in relation to the second complainant.
In 2018, Bennell was jailed for 30 years for sexually abusing young boys he preyed on while working as a football coach.
Bennell was convicted of 50 child sexual offences against children as young as eight but many were specimen counts to reflect abuses committed on an “industrial scale” between 1979 and 1991. He has already served three jail terms, including one in the US, since 1995 for similar offences involving 16 other victims.
Barry Bennell Prevoius Sexual Case
A month after the initial report, the Football Association, the Scottish Football Association, various football clubs and more than 20 UK police forces had established various investigations and investigations and over 350 alleged victims had been brought forward. In July 2018, 300 suspects were reported to have been identified by 849 alleged victims, with 2,807 incidents involving 340 different clubs. At the end of 2019, 15 men had been charged with historical crimes of sexual abuse, 14 of which were tried. Thirteen – Bennell, Ormond, Higgins, William Toner, Michael Coleman, Jim McCafferty, Robert Smith, James Torbett, Gerald King, Frank Cairney, Norman Shaw, David Daniel Hayes and Dylan Lamb – were convicted; all but King (given a three-year probation order) were jailed. Paul McCann was acquitted. Michael Carson killed himself before his trial began. Other allegations involve people who died before the disclosures or died before charges could be filed. In July 2018, the independent FA investigation was said to have found no evidence of an institutional cover-up or ring of pedophiles operating within soccer, but the planned release of their report in September 2018 was delayed, potentially until one year pending New Higgins trial and possible additional charges against Bennell.
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