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SC convicts 2 Britons in a paedophile case
Grant and Walters were charged with sodomy, sexual abuse of children at their Mumbai street shelter.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has convicted Indian William D'Souza and two Britons to six years imprisonment for sodomising and sexually abusing street children.
Britons Duncan Grant and Allen John Walter were accused of abusing street children at a shelter in Mumbai. The police had issued an international arrest warrant in April 2002.
A 2001 police report had charged Duncan and Walters with sodomy and sexually abusing boys.
Charged with sodomy and sexual abuse of children at their Mumbai street shelter, 10 years later, Grant and Walters were sentenced to six years in jail and D'Souza to three years.
Indian police had issued an international warrant in April 2002, seeking his arrest. A 2001 police report charged him and Waters with sodomy and sexually abusing boys at a home Grant set up for street children in Mumbai.
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