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Sunday, 11 January 2015

"You're a mini-Savile": Paedophile friend of former Radio One child abuser Chris Denning caged..............

A paedophile friend of child-abusing Radio One beast Chris Denning has been branded a “mini-Savile”.
Charles Worth, now 65, was just a teen when he groomed his sweetheart’s younger brother and his friend before assaulting them - abuse witnessed by another sister who was just eight-years-old.
The paedophile, originally known as David Berry until he changed his name, was jailed for four years for his crimes.
But the younger sister who tipped police off said she was “disgusted" with the sentence.
She said: "I was only eight-years-old at the time. I watched him abuse my brother over a long period.
"He came into the house as my older sister's alleged boyfriend and ingratiated and worked his way into the family in order to abuse my brother and his friends.
"He played bridge with my mum, who was a single mother, and made himself invaluable to the family by carrying out chores, helping round the house and acting as a babysitter to the three younger children, including me.
"I knew him as David Berry then, and hadn't seen him since the 1970s until today. He ripped my family to pieces.
"He will be out within a year, the sentence is not long enough in my eyes. I have not had justice.
"But he's going to be back in court. Another man has come forward who is living in Canada and had far worse happen to him. I urge all his other victims to come forward.”
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A relative of the victims, who was also in court, said: "He's a mini-Savile. He's disgusting. He changed his name to escape justice. He has shown no remorse other than remorse that he got caught."
Worth has lived in India for the last 10 years and was arrested after the sister tipped off police who arrested him at Gatwick last February
He was found guilty of five counts of indecency with a male person and two counts of indecency with a child, relating to three boys under the age of 14.
During the trial at Croydon Crown Court he was accused of abusing some of the boys at a house owned by Radio One DJ Denning, who was jailed in December for 13 years for sexually abusing 24 boys in the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
But the jury found Worth not guilty on these charges, as well as finding him innocent of the worst of the sexual offences against the boys.
Sentencing Judge Philip Waller described Worth as moving in 'paedophile circles', adding he would take boys swimming or wrestle so he could grope them.
Judge Waller said: "These attacks took place in the 1970s when you were in your teens and 20s and all your victims were aged under 14 at the time of the attack.
"You were the boyfriend of the older sister of one of the victims. You were trusted by the parents and you went out of the way to make friends with the younger children.
"There is no doubt at the time you moved in paedophile circles and your real intention was to carry out a sexual assault on these boys.
"Your attacks were patient, subtle and sustained over a period of time and none of the victims understood what was happening to them.
"Your intention was eventually to have full sex with the victims, although you never penetrated the victims. It was only in middle age that the boys came forward to police."
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After the hearing DC Darren Raishbrook claimed there may be other victims.
He said: "Worth was a predatory paedophile who targeted his victims, subjecting them to repeated sexual abuse.
"I commend the bravery of the victims in coming forward and reliving their ordeal and hope today's sentence goes some way to providing them with some closure, whilst reassuring others that we are committed to pursuing those responsible for such crimes, regardless of the passage of time.
"I believe there may well be further victims out there and would encourage individuals to report any offences."