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A former rowing coach has become the fifth member of staff from a top private school to be convicted of child sex offences.
Patrick Marshall, who once taught at the £35,000-per-year St Paul's School, was found guilty of 24 counts of indecent assault against nine boys and teenagers, and one count of indecency with a child at Southwark Crown Court. The married father-of-three, 70, is the third St Paul's teacher to be convicted in Operation Winthorpe - the Metropolitan Police investigation into historical sexual abuse at the school.
Laessing was the head of tennis at the junior department of St Paul's, formally Colet Court, and volunteered at the Ocean Youth Trust South, a youth sailing organisation.
He took the teenager's phone number before bombarding her with messages on the phone and on social media.
He was warned by the police over harassing the young girl when she asked him to leave her alone and then pressured her to keep quiet.
Keith Perry, 73, was given a suspended sentence for in February 2014 and Anthony Fuggle was given a suspended jail sentence in 2015 for downloading images of young boys.Two others have been convicted under separate investigations.The assaults took place in the defendant's car, the victims' homes and abroad between 19, the court heard.There is no suggestion any of those men were victims of abuse.Marshall, of Churt, near Farnham in Surrey, stood with his head bowed, shaking it occasionally as the verdicts were read out while the packed public gallery.