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Tự giới thiệu: 바카라 Defamation trial told sex with boys claims untrue But the lawyer has said it was false. The claims have been put to Lord Mansfield, a retired judge, at a hearing in the Old Bailey in London. The judge will decide if there is enough evidence for the defendant to face trial. At a previous hearing in July, Mr Mansfield told the boy: "To the best of my recollection you were told that you were an adult and an adult had responsibility for you. That is certainly true." Image caption Lord Mansfield has been hearing child sex abuse claims since 2011 The trial was told he made a victim's statement to police which said: "When I was a 15-year-old boy I used to have consensual sex with four different boys, ranging in age from 15 to 22. "I did it with the permission of all four boys but only three of the boys ever reported it because they knew at that stage that I was just a young lad and did not have any legal basis for reporting. "And by the time they had informed the police, they were both over 18. The fourth boy did not say much because he also did not have legal grounds for reporting and he did not have the opportunity to tell his friends about his involvement in the abuse. "In my judgment it is false that you ever used a sexual device, including sex toys, without my consent." 'Extremely upset' In the written evidence, an older boy told police he was 15 at the time and he wanted to use sex toys with two other boys but they were too young. He said he had sex with one of the boys when he was 14, because it was easier. 'Extremely upset' "At that time you said there was something more to it - sexual relationship," he said. "I want to know more about it." Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption David Halsall: "I've tried to get in contact with you for years and you have not answered" But his testimony was rejected by the lawyers who had been retained by the victims. They told the judge Lord Mansfield was wrong to say he would consider them to be "young teenagers". They asked the judge if he felt he would be allowed to rely on these witnesses. He told them there was no need for them to make such a statement as they had already described the events of 15 July 2011 with such detail that they made it fitfully credible. They added: "It has to be an incredibly upset boy who is in the dock for 18-and-a-half months. "He is quite upset with himself and it is quite the reverse o 카지노사이트

Các kỹ năng khác: 바카라 Defamation trial told sex with boys claims untrue But the lawyer has said it was false. The claims have been put to Lord Mansfield, a retired judge, at a hearing in the Old Bailey in London. The judge will decide if there is enough evidence for the defendant to face trial. At a previous hearing in July, Mr Mansfield told the boy: "To the best of my recollection you were told that you were an adult and an adult had responsibility for you. That is certainly true." Image caption Lord Mansfield has been hearing child sex abuse claims since 2011 The trial was told he made a victim's statement to police which said: "When I was a 15-year-old boy I used to have consensual sex with four different boys, ranging in age from 15 to 22. "I did it with the permission of all four boys but only three of the boys ever reported it because they knew at that stage that I was just a young lad and did not have any legal basis for reporting. "And by the time they had informed the police, they were both over 18. The fourth boy did not say much because he also did not have legal grounds for reporting and he did not have the opportunity to tell his friends about his involvement in the abuse. "In my judgment it is false that you ever used a sexual device, including sex toys, without my consent." 'Extremely upset' In the written evidence, an older boy told police he was 15 at the time and he wanted to use sex toys with two other boys but they were too young. He said he had sex with one of the boys when he was 14, because it was easier. 'Extremely upset' "At that time you said there was something more to it - sexual relationship," he said. "I want to know more about it." Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption David Halsall: "I've tried to get in contact with you for years and you have not answered" But his testimony was rejected by the lawyers who had been retained by the victims. They told the judge Lord Mansfield was wrong to say he would consider them to be "young teenagers". They asked the judge if he felt he would be allowed to rely on these witnesses. He told them there was no need for them to make such a statement as they had already described the events of 15 July 2011 with such detail that they made it fitfully credible. They added: "It has to be an incredibly upset boy who is in the dock for 18-and-a-half months. "He is quite upset with himself and it is quite the reverse o 카지노사이트