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“This abuse took place in a setting that should have been entirely safe.
“Their bravery in speaking out has helped bring Davis to justice and is proof that offenders can be held to account for their actions, no matter when the abuse took place.” The hearing follows a significant investigation conducted as part of Operation Marmion - Hampshire Constabulary's ongoing review of non-recent Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and abuse cases.
The court heard that Mr West who had been largely bed bound since June 2016, was frail at the time of his death but could stand with the aid of a Zimmer frame.
The senior coroner Mr Grahame Short said that Richard West, who resided in Winchester Prison died on February 10 2016 due to natural causes.
The offences were committed against eight boys under the age of 18 in the 1970s and early 1980s, seven of whom were resident at the former Salerno Road children's home in Southampton. The investigation did not involve allegations relating to any other children's homes or institutions.
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Following the conviction, Detective Inspector Jim Park, leading the investigation, said: "I have great admiration for the victims who came to give evidence.
They have shown remarkable bravery and courage throughout the investigation." Carole Quinn, an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) from Yellow Door based in Southampton, said: "It takes an enormous amount of courage for victims to give evidence at a trial and report these types of offences.
Following a trial in November 2015 at Salisbury Crown Court, a majority guilty verdict was passed in relation to the charges concerning one victim but the jury failed to return a verdict relating to the second victim.
The pathologist Dr Basil Purdue said that the cause of death was heart failure due to severe heart disease combined with diabetes.
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They often do so not just to see justice being done but in the interests of protecting others." An NSPCC spokesperson said: “Davis had a responsibility to look after vulnerable young people in his care.