Michael “Kit” Carson, a former girl football coach, died in a automobile pile-up Monday on a same day he was slated to mount conference on passionate abuse charges.
Michael “Kit” Carson, a former girl soccer coach, died in a automobile pile-up Monday — a same day he was slated to mount conference on passionate abuse charges.
Carson, of a Riverside area of Cambridge, England, was indicted of intimately abusing boys underneath a age of 16 from 1978 to 2009. The 75-year-old male was charged with “12 depends of faulty attack and one of inciting a child to rivet in passionate activity,” Sky News reported.
In an progressing hearing, he pleaded not guilty to a charges.
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On Monday, Carson was killed after his automobile strike a tree, military said. He died during a stage and no other car or chairman was involved. His wife, Pauline, identified his body, a BBC reported.
Judge Matthew Lowe of a Peterborough Crown Court ruled a box be sealed following Carson’s death.
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Carson before coached for Cambridge United, Norwich City and Peterborough United soccer clubs.