Paul Henry Dean guilty of ‘unnatural sex’ with young boys and men at orphanage
Fri 16 Mar 2018 05.52 EDT
Last modified on Fri 16 Mar 2018 06.03 EDT
An Australian man who posed as a doctor and priest to rape children at the Indian orphanages where he volunteered has been released immediately after being convicted.
Paul Henry Dean, 75, was found guilty last month of “unnatural sex” with young boys and men at an orphanage for children with visual, speech and hearing impairments.
The charges were first laid in Andhra Pradesh state in 2001, after which Dean moved to another state, Odisha, where he was accused of sexually abusing more boys. Those charges are understood to still be pending.
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