Harry Charles Sadd will serve another six years and eight months in prison after pleading guilty to eight counts of sexual assault involving six boys. The year-old former badminton coach was handcuffed and led from the courtroom Monday as four of his victims looked on. Sadd showed no reaction as the sentence was read for the offences, which occurred between and His eight-year sentence was reduced to six years and eight months after credit for time served was figured in. One of the victims, who spoke to the media outside court, said he came forward because he wants to prevent what happened to him from happening to another child. His name and the names of other victims in the case are subject to a publication ban.
Sex-abuse victim speaks out as former badminton coach sentenced to 8 years
Former youth badminton coach sentenced to 8 years for sex assaults | CTV News
A Kolkata Police team reached Uttarakhand's Almora on Wednesday on a complaint of sexual assault by a junior female badminton player against two senior male players and a female player. The incident occurred in September during a badminton tournament in Almora district. According to the FIR, male and female players of senior and junior age groups representing Kolkata had travelled to Uttarakhand to participate in the tournament. He said, "The incident is of September.
Junior Badminton Player Alleges Sex Assault During Uttarakhand Tournament
VICTORIA -- A former youth badminton coach who was convicted of multiple charges of sexually assaulting young boys in Victoria has been sentenced to eight years in prison. Harry Sadd, 74, pleaded guilty to eight charges of sexually assaulting young boys in the Victoria area in the late s and early s. On Monday, Sadd was handed an eight-year sentence but he will only serve six years and eight months after he was given credit for time served.