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Post by By Troyhand (one of the most prolific illiterates) BBC News - 3 December 2013 Sussex priest bailed over child sex abuse Quote: A retired Church of England priest has been bailed after his arrest on suspicion of acts of indecency, indecent assault and cruelty against a boy. The victim was aged 12 and 13 at the time of the alleged incidents in 1988 and 1989. The 56-year old's arrest in Eastbourne, East Sussex , follows a Diocese of Chichester-commissioned inquiry. Earlier this year two other priests referred to in the report were jailed . They were convicted for sex attacks on children, but police have said the arrested man has no link with those offences. A statement from the Diocese of Chichester said the priest did not currently have permission to officiate. "We have co-operated fully with Sussex Police and the matter is now in their hands." The man has been released on bail until 3 April while investigations continue, Sussex Police said. ...

BBC News - 24 October 2013 Victim of sex-abuse priest Robert Coles rejects payout Quote: A man who was sexually abused as a boy by a Church of England priest has rejected a six-figure compensation offer. The man, who cannot be identified, was one of a number of boys abused by Robert Coles when he was a priest in Horsham and Chichester, in Sussex. Coles, of Upperton Road, Eastbourne, was jailed for eight years in February after admitting 11 sex abuse charges. The victim, now 45, says he wants a sum "in proportion" to his suffering. 'Archbishop appalled' He told the BBC: "I've been sectioned, I've self-harmed. I've tried to end my life. "Numerous times I've been in intensive care." The man, who said he had reported the abuse to Sussex Police in 1997, says he is prepared to go to court to get the compensation he believes he deserves. "It needs to be in proportion to what I've suffered," he said. The Diocese of Chichester said it hoped it would avoid going to court over the case, but could not discuss details of this compensation claim. After Coles's sentencing, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby apologised to the victims, saying he was "appalled" by the case. He said systems designed to protect survivors had "clearly failed". Brighton Crown Court heard in February that Coles had disclosed he was a child sex abuser to senior clergy, including the then Bishop of Lewes, the Rt Rev Wallace Benn, but the information was not passed on to police .