Mistaken Identity. So, who abused ‘Carol’ at Chichester Cathedral in the late 1940’s/early 1950’s – Charles Monk or Eric Banks?

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Black Chauffeur car similar to that shared by the Bishop of Chichester and the Town Clerk [NOT a Rolls Royce]

Chauffeur Charles Monk or Town Clerk’s son Eric Banks?

https://richardwsymonds.wordpress.com/2019/05/05/bishop-bell-anniversary-report-to-be-released-on-oct-3-2019-the-case-for-mistaken-identity/

 

1949 – ‘Rolls Royce’ Chauffeur Charles Monk

https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2019-01/briden_decision_open_final.pdf – Section D

“The other name mentioned is that of Charles Monk, who was the bishop’s chauffeur, and lived in one of the cottages between the Old Kitchen of the Palace, and the gatehouse into the Palace grounds. His daughter possibly knew Carol; she would have been about the same age. Further, I have been told that, post Chichester, he went to prison for sexual offences, though I have never checked up on this. It might be no more than local gossip” – Noel Osborne

 

1980’s – 1990’s – Peter Ball offences

 

1970’s to 2001 – Eric Banks son, Terence, convicted.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-sussex-28211057 – 2014

Terence Banks – Chichester/Hammersmith

 

2001 – Dean Treadgold’s bonfire

https://richardwsymonds.wordpress.com/2019/04/09/april-9-2019-clergy-burnt-church-files-after-being-accused-of-covering-up-abuse-christian-today-harry-farley-march-21-2018/

 

2016 – Identity of Abuser questioned

https://www.churchtimes.co.uk/articles/2016/22-july/news/uk/identity-of-abuser-in-bishop-bell-case-questioned

 

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