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nicknamed "Emily" at school
He was born Gideon George Oliver Osborne, but when he became a teenager dropped the Gideon.
"Life was easier as a George," he said. It didn't do him much good.
A few years later at Oxford, when he was invited into the elitist Bullingdon Club because of his family wealth, he was renamed Oik due to the crime of having attended only Britain's third most expensive public school, St Paul's, not Eton or Harrow.
A popular lark among his fellow Buller men was to hold Oik upside-down by the ankles and scream: "Who are you?" Whenever Osborne gave the wrong answer he was dropped on his head, and was only released after squealing: "I am a despicable ****."
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Detectives investigating allegations of historic sexual abuse at a school in East Sussex have arrested a second man.
Sussex Police was contacted in January by a firm of solicitors representing "a number" of clients who said they were sexually and physically assaulted by staff while pupils at Ashdown House School, near Forest Row, in the 1970s.
Former headteacher, Roland Peter Wright, has today been convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault involving 5 victims over a period of 11 years. This follows earlier convictions for fellow former teachers John Addrison, Edward Carson and Hugh Henry.
"Roland Peter Wright was a particularly trusted member of staff at Caldicott school and became the head teacher. Not only did he breach the trust of the pupils at the school, their parents and the staff, Wright also abused his position of authority in order to gain access to his victims. It is only due to the great courage and persistence of the victims and those affected by the abuse that the despicable behaviour of these teachers at the school has been exposed.
A POLICE investigation into alleged historic sexual abuse at a leading North-East public school has ended without any criminal charges being made.
Twenty-three former pupils of The Chorister School, linked to Durham Cathedral, told police they had been sexually abused by Canon John Grove, the school’s headmaster from 1957 to 1978, between the late 1950s and mid-1960s.
However, Canon Grove having died in 2001, Durham Police found no evidence to suggest any named person still alive had been responsible for any criminal offence and so the investigation has been closed.
originally posted by: VoidHawk
Your entire op is really just creating an excuse for those involved in abuse, and you end your op with a vid making jokes about the abuse!
And because I object you tell me I've got rocks in my head and I'm making filthy assertions.
I advise anyone reading this thread to think carefully!