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He was also convicted of indecent assaults on a male person and a serious sexual assault against a boy in his care in Colwyn Bay in the 1970s.
Mark Cory, fromBanstead, has been accused offive counts of indecent assaults on a male person under the age of 14 years old and ten counts of gross indecency with a child.
"Male person connected to the property had phoned police just after 5:00 a.m.
He says: "I once returned to take a photo on the existing driveway during one of my visits and a male person, who lives in a newly built home on the site, had the extreme kindness to invite me into his back garden as he thought I would see a more accurate view, and from the most then likely place of the original photographer.
Section 162 states: 'Any person who - (a) has carnal knowledge of any person against the order of nature; or (b) has carnal knowledge of an animal; or(c) permits a male person to have carnal knowledge of him or her against the order of nature, is guilty of a felony and is liable to imprisonment for 14 years.'
The ordinance basically stated that any male person over the age of 18 was required by law to join the posse of any official peace officer requesting help to suppress, contain or prevent any riot, fight or criminal offense.
A statement from Warwickshire Fire and Rescue said: "At 11.55am on December 27, Warwickshire Fire Control received a call from the police to an elderly male person stuck in the ford in Castle Road, Kenilworth.
"They were met by a male person and after a short time found a female in another room.
My client who has been a victim of crime has largely spoken about her personal experiences, which were already reported on various media platforms since 2007." "The laws of the land do not give any added advantage to any male person to silence any (victim) woman under the threat of filing defamation proceedings against her," he added.
"Besides the laws of the land do not give any added advantage to any male person to silence any (victim) woman under the threat of filing defamation proceedings against her," he added.
Ray Tozer, 76, of Heckmondwike, wrote Earliest Memories of a Very Ordinary Male Person, a short story based on his memories growing up in a Yorkshire village.
Cox, of Egmont Road, Middlesbrough, was jailed for five years, given an indefinite Sexual Offences Prevention Order and ordered to register as a sex offender for life after he was found guilty of two charges of indecent assault on a male person between October 1995 and October 1996.
Under the title 'Eligibility criteria for prospective adoptive parents' it says: "Any prospective adoptive parent, irrespective of his marital status and whether or not he has his own biological son or daughter, can adopt a child; single female is eligible to adopt a child of any gender; single male person shall not be eligible to adopt a girl child." Soon the Missionaries of Charity, one of the agencies running extremely successful adoption programmes, placing thousands of orphans in the safe hands of adoptive parents, decided to discontinue its programme.
In a statement made to West Midlands Police in 1989, Mr Yates said: "I saw a male person lying on the concourse area about 15-20 feet from the entrance to the tunnel.
The point of the book is practical: Latino boys must deal with many stories about themselves that are either negative (racism-Latinos are stupid, Latino boys are violent), or conflict with doing well in public school (Latino culture-a male person of any age should be treated like an adult, and have adult freedoms and responsibilities).