Catalogue description George Wayne JACOBS, Ronald William FORTUNE and Brian Arthur JOHNSON: convicted of...

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Details of MEPO 26/344
Reference: MEPO 26/344

George Wayne JACOBS, Ronald William FORTUNE and Brian Arthur JOHNSON: convicted of indecent assaults on three boys at Orpington, Kent, in May 1974. Ian BELL and Peter Frank HICKMAN, members of the same paedophile gang, convicted of indecent assaults on other boys. Orderable at item level.

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Date: 1974 Jan 01 - 1977 Dec 31
Held by: Creating government department or its successor, not available at The National Archives
Former reference in its original department: CR 209/74/130
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Closure status: Closed Or Retained Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Retained by Department under Section 3.4
Closure criterion: Retained for administrative purposes and selected for transfer to TNA or a place of deposit
Lord Chancellor's Instrument: LCI 141 - Series containing retention instruments
LCI signed date: 2020 October 21
Reconsideration due in: 2025

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