By Ben Rossington
Detention centre paedophile ring inquiry: Second rape victim speaks of systematic torture in borstal 15 Aug 2013 00:00 He said his humiliation included being bound by the neck and being photographed as he was routinely attacked Complaint: Kevin Young spoke of horrors Complaint: Kevin Young spoke of horrors Paul Kingston / North News
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Originally from South Shields but now living in York, Kevin was released in June 1977, the day before his 18th birthday. He ran straight from the home to Consett Police Station station but says he was threatened with arrest for making his allegations of being strangled, bound and raped every day by a ring of officers. A police officer is believed to have covered-up the complaint after Kevin’s paperwork was destroyed. Waiving his right to anonymity yesterday, Kevin said: “I didn’t want to be referred to as Mr A or Mr B. I’m Kevin Young. "This is what went on and it was covered up.” East Kilbride MP Michael McCann has pushed for the case to be re-opened after his constituent John McCabe, who said he was raped by Husband, told him how his bid for justice hit a dead end. Mr McCann said: “We both know young men attempted to report abuse 30 years ago but were let down by the authorities. “That will not happen this time.”
John McCabe Brave: John McCabe suffered horrific abuse Stuart Nicol Only Husband and storeman Lesley Johnson were jailed for abuse. Both men are now dead. The authorities believe many more attackers remain at large. Around 26 victims are thought to have come forward. Some have already been awarded damages without an apology by the Ministry of Justice. Mr McCabe said: “I urge others to come forward and help police build a case. Please don’t suffer in silence.” Det Supt Paul Goundry, in charge of Durham Police child protection, said: “Every avenue will be explored and we’ll do our utmost to bring perpetrators to justice. "If there were officers who ignored evidence at Medomsley then they will be traced and investigated too. “You’ll be dealt with sensitively by a trained professional.” Anyone with information should contact Durham Police about the investigation on 101.
Source Daily Mirror