Victims face paedophile teacher for sentencing hearing
A former school teacher has been sentenced to five years in prison after he admitted abusing teenage boys for more than 20 years.
Derek Lee Cusack, 51, admitted seven offences of historic sexual abuse, which incl바카라ude two sexual assaults on children aged between five and 14.
After being sentenced in October he was given another five years, but his sentencing was revoked after the girl he assaulted was raped by another student.
Sentence: Derek Lee Cusack, 51, from Clacton Road, Bury, pleaded guilty to one charge of historic sexual abuse against a 14-year-old boy, to be handed down at New Bromley District Court on Monday, November 16, 2014
Jailing him at Oxford crown court, prosecutor Elizabeth Luscombe told the court that the abuse went on for 15 years.
Mr Cusack’s victim, now 17, was a friend of Mr Cusack, who was a teacher at the school for alm바카라사이트ost 20 years from 1993 until 2008, when he was suspended from his position over the rape of the boy.
Derek Lee Cusack, 51, from Clacton Road, Bury, pleaded guilty to one charge of historic sexual abuse against a 14-year-old boy, to be handed down at New Bromley District Court on Monday, November 16, 2014.
Crown p바카라rosecutor Elizabeth Luscombe said that the victim was a friend of Mr Cusack’s at the school for almost 20 years from 1993 until 2008
Victim: Mr Cusack has been described as an ‘evil’ figure as he was sentenced to five years in prison after admitting rape on 15-year-old victim
The prosecutor said: ‘You used to come by his flat at around 7pm or 8pm and you would always have your drink with him.’
Ms Luscombe said that over the years the victim was raped by three different paedophiles, who used to make him laugh.
‘He was shocked by it,’ she said. ‘He would say: “Oh, you boys get drunk all the time.”‘
Judge Richard Hall said: ‘You were very, very proud of the way you treated him.’
He added: ‘He is a highly intelligent and caring teacher of young people, so you have to wonder what on earth you could possibly be thinking of doing.’
Bury Crown Court heard from his family in court earlier in October where a series o