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Man jailed for historic sexual offences

|News, Sexual offences

A man was jailed for sexually abusing two young girls in the 1970s.

Prince Morgan, 62, who appeared at Croydon Crown Court today, was sentenced to seven years for raping and sexually assaulting two girls aged from 1974 to 1977.

Morgan was aged 10 when he sexually assaulted one of the girls when she was age 6 and at age 14, he raped her; the abuse continued until she was 14 years old. Morgan sexually abused the other girl when she was age 6 until she was 14 years old. Morgan was between 10-18 years old when he committed the offences.

Morgan denied the offences.

Pauline Curtis, Senior Crown Prosecutor for the London South Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Unit said: "Morgan, who abused a position of trust to sexually abuse the young girls, threatening them into silence, had no regard to the victims. Instead, he subjected them to a terrifying ordeal. He has never shown any remorse for his actions.

"The abuse has clearly had a profound impact on the victims. I would like to thank them for helping bring Morgan to justice.

"The CPS will continue to work with the police to bring to justice anyone who sexually abuses or exploits children, regardless of when it happened."

"I hope the result of this case encourages other victims to come forward and all reports will be investigated with sensitivity, regardless of when the offence was committed."

Notes to editors

  • Prince Morgan (D.O.B. 15/10/1961) had previous convictions
  • Pauline Curtis is a Senior Crown Prosecutor in the London South Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Unit.

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