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Ex-teacher pervert back on trial

Ex-teacher pervert back on trial

A teacher who was previously been deemed unfit for imprisonment and released despite beinga convicted peadophile is to appear in court again over allegations of child abuse and pornography.

The 47-year-old male is due to appear in court in Wiener Neustadt on 19 November. A legal expert will defend the accused as suffering from mental impairment. The man is facing several charges of sexual misconduct and harassment of young boys in the production of child pornography.

An investigation began in August 2012 after the teacher acknowledged he was partly guilty for administering drugs to a boy before raping him. The man had already been sentenced to four years imprisonment for sexual misconduct in 2009.

However this jail term was suspended when a court psychiatrist declared him unfit for detention since he was affected by depression and claustrophobia. The man was then able to walk free until a new wave of accusations came from anonymous sources. In light of these new accusations the man was investigated once more and then declared fit for detention.

He is currently serving a four-year prison sentence. If he is convicted for the more recent accusations he will serve a further ten years and it is likely that he will be moved to an institution for mentally disturbed offenders.

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