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Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him Photo with Prince Charles and Bishop Peter Ball dated 1993

A quarter of a century ago, the heir to the British throne was friends with Bishop Peter Ball. In 2015, when the bishop was already over 80, he was sentenced to imprisonment for two years and eight months for sexual crimes against adolescents and adult men.

The investigation of cases of child molestation in the Anglican church continues, and the independent British commission leading him requested Prince Charles to explain why in the 1990s, when the victims of the pedophile bishop spoke for the first time, he continued to maintain contact with him.

Prince Charles, in a letter sent to the commission on Friday July 27, wrote that Peter Ball had misled him.

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The heir to the British throne assured that he did not interfere in the police investigation against Ball and did not ask to interfere with anyone else. "I never tried to interfere in police investigations, did not give such instructions and did not encourage any of my employees to influence them".

"Horrible man"

The public was uncharitable statements of Charles about the sacrifice of the bishop-pedophile: in a letter of 1997, the Prince wrote about Neil Todd: "Well, I’ll arrange this terrible man if he tries something".

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Todd turned to the police in the early 1990s, complaining of the bishop’s violence. Then he was preparing to become a monk.

The police did not file charges. Neil Todd committed suicide shortly before the 2012 investigation into Boll was still open.

In the correspondence of Prince Charles and Bishop Peter Ball, the fragments of which were read out to the commission, Ball wrote that he was campaigning against him and he was persecuted by swindlers.

In 1995 the Prince wrote to Boll: "I would like to give more assistance. I am deeply indignant at the immense injustice to which you have been subjected".

In 1997, he named Todd "a nasty man who again took up his frills".

The prince informed the commission that since 1993 he had invited Boll to hold communion at home.

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him Prince Charles said that he was misled

Commission Prince said: "I first heard about Peter Bolle in the 1980s. Subsequently he became bishop of Gloucester County, and then became my local bishop".

"Peter Ball told me that he was involved in a certain "unreasonable act", because of what he had to leave his post".

"He stressed that a certain person – as far as I understand now, it was Neil Todd – complained to the police, and the police began an investigation on this issue, and as a result, the Royal Criminal Prosecutor’s Office decided not to take any measures".

"This series of events gave reason to believe in the words of Ball, who complained that the complaint originated from one person, and this person was angry and pursued in every possible way, and also that the complaint was false, but in the end this person made a fortune in this story when sold it".

"Further events undoubtedly showed that, to my deepest regret, I, like many others, were deceived".

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him

86-year-old pedophile Peter Ball in October 2015 was sentenced to imprisonment for a period of 32 months

The prince noted that in the 1980s-1990s the atmosphere in society was such that people like the bishops believed in the word – after all, such a high-ranking person can not be trusted.

"The true meaning and details of the complaint against Peter Ball, and as I now understand, many others, became known to me only in 2015, when an investigation began against him and then sentenced".

"I stopped all contact with Boll as soon as the proceedings were completed, and he was found guilty of crimes against young doulids".

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him Photo with Prince Charles and Bishop Peter Ball dated 1993

A quarter of a century ago, the heir to the British throne was friends with Bishop Peter Ball. In 2015, when the bishop was already over 80, he was sentenced to imprisonment for two years and eight months for sexual crimes against adolescents and adult men.

The investigation of cases of child molestation in the Anglican church continues, and the independent British commission leading him requested Prince Charles to explain why in the 1990s, when the victims of the pedophile bishop spoke for the first time, he continued to maintain contact with him.

Prince Charles, in a letter sent to the commission on Friday July 27, wrote that Peter Ball had misled him.

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The heir to the British throne assured that he did not interfere in the police investigation against Ball and did not ask to interfere with anyone else. "I never tried to interfere in police investigations, did not give such instructions and did not encourage any of my employees to influence them".

"Horrible man"

The public was uncharitable statements of Charles about the sacrifice of the bishop-pedophile: in a letter of 1997, the Prince wrote about Neil Todd: "Well, I’ll arrange this terrible man if he tries something".

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Todd turned to the police in the early 1990s, complaining of the bishop’s violence. Then he was preparing to become a monk.

The police did not file charges. Neil Todd committed suicide shortly before the 2012 investigation into Boll was still open.

In the correspondence of Prince Charles and Bishop Peter Ball, the fragments of which were read out to the commission, Ball wrote that he was campaigning against him and he was persecuted by swindlers.

In 1995 the Prince wrote to Boll: "I would like to give more assistance. I am deeply indignant at the immense injustice to which you have been subjected".

In 1997, he named Todd "a nasty man who again took up his frills".

The prince informed the commission that since 1993 he had invited Boll to hold communion at home.

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him

Prince Charles said that he was misled

Commission Prince said: "I first heard about Peter Bolle in the 1980s. Subsequently he became bishop of Gloucester County, and then became my local bishop".

"Peter Ball told me that he was involved in a certain "unreasonable act", because of what he had to leave his post".

"He stressed that a certain person – as far as I understand now, it was Neil Todd – complained to the police, and the police began an investigation on this issue, and as a result, the Royal Criminal Prosecutor’s Office decided not to take any measures".

"This series of events gave reason to believe in the words of Ball, who complained that the complaint originated from one person, and this person was angry and pursued in every possible way, and also that the complaint was false, but in the end this person made a fortune in this story when sold it".

"Further events undoubtedly showed that, to my deepest regret, I, like many others, were deceived".

Prince Charles said that the Anglican bishop pedophile deceived him 86-year-old pedophile Peter Ball in October 2015 was sentenced to imprisonment for a period of 32 months

The prince noted that in the 1980s-1990s the atmosphere in society was such that people like the bishops believed in the word – after all, such a high-ranking person can not be trusted.

"The true meaning and details of the complaint against Peter Ball, and as I now understand, many others, became known to me only in 2015, when an investigation began against him and then sentenced".

"I stopped all contact with Boll as soon as the proceedings were completed, and he was found guilty of crimes against young doulids".

The Independent Commission for the Investigation of Pedophilia in the Anglican Church continues its work.

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