Simon Warr Wiki
He often appeared on BBC Radio Suffolk and was the headmaster on Channel 4’s reality documentary That’ll Teach ‘Em.
Speaking after a jury acquitted him in 2014, Warr said the false accusations led him to lose his job, friends and his home. In what he said would be his last tweets, he said it was a “comfort” to know that his book Alleged Guilty had been “useful to so many.” “There is still a lot of work to do, but I can’t be part of it,” he said.
Warr, who was wrongly accused of historical child abuse in 2012, said he hoped his legacy would be raising “awareness of the human costs” of false allegations and wrongful convictions.
Simon Warr Age
He Was 65 Years old.
Simon Warr Cause of Death
A Twitter announcement said that Warr died of pancreatic and liver cancer while surrounded by his family. Two days before his death, he wrote that he was “unlikely to be on Twitter again”, as he was receiving care in a hospice.
Editor of BBC Radio Suffolk Peter Cook said
Editor of BBC Radio Suffolk Peter Cook said: “Simon was a unique talent with a real passion for all that we do.
“He had the ability to light up a room when he came in, he had a terrific sense of humour and I know that many of us looked forward to seeing him, often on a Friday, to prepare for his Saturday football reporting.
“We will all miss him greatly.”
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