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Police officer Gary Cliffe, who waived his anonymity, approached his abuser in the glass dock after reading a statement and asked “Barry. He was among four victims who personally read their statements in the witness box, with three others read to the court by by prosecutor Nicholas Johnson QC.“Not a day goes by without thinking about the abuse I received,” one man said. I am determined to claim back control of my life and live it to its fullest." Chris Unsworth, who has also waived anonymity, told how Bennell ”destroyed“ his dream of becoming a professional footballer and another victim called him a “monster”.If you want to make a school application, find out about term times or home to school transport, you are in the right place.Barry Bennell has been jailed for 30 years for sexually abusing young boys he preyed on while working as a football coach.While giving testimony, several victims estimated Bennell had sexually abused them on more than 100 occasions, telling one boy that “nobody would believe you” when he threatened to report him.The defendant, who has changed his name to Richard Jones, admitted having a “grooming process” and being attracted to teenage boys but denied the majority of allegations and accused victims of “jumping on the bandwagon” after victim Andy Woodward went public in November 2016.
“It should never have been ours to carry in the first place."Truth now has a voice and it will be held accountable and punished accordingly." Micky Fallon said the sentencing was an important milestone for survivors, who can now move forward with their lives safe in the knowledge Bennell is locked up."Today we looked evil in the face and we smiled because Barry Bennell, we have won,” he added.He had been found guilty of verdicts on 43 counts of abuse against 11 boys who were aged between eight and 15 at the time, including offences of buggery, attempted buggery and indecent assault.Bennell pleaded guilty to seven counts of indecent assault involving three boys, including a 12th victim.
"All of this, we submit, means his time in custody will be less comfortable and more difficult than it would be for someone without all these concerns,” she added, saying he had served a total of 10-and-a-half years in custody over three prison terms but been at large for a total of nine years since 1994.