BBC Information NI has tracked down a serial little one intercourse abuser who admitted his crimes to police however has by no means been delivered to justice.
Henry Clarke, 75, confessed to abusing three totally different boys at care properties in Northern Eire.
A retired church pastor, he has been dwelling in Canada since he made the admissions in 1985.
Northern Eire’s Director of Public Prosecutions and the RUC didn’t act on his confessions.
Immediately he lives in a small city tons of of miles from the closest metropolis in northern Canada.
One in all his victims, Billy Brown, 61, who was abused when he was a 12 year-old boy, described Henry Clarke as “a monster”.
Mr Brown, who has waived his proper to anonymity, mentioned: “You simply needed to keep away from him. You went to mattress at night time, you pulled your blankets round you as tightly as you can.”
Henry Clarke emigrated to Canada within the late seventies however he ultimately admitted the accusations of abuse at throughout an interview with police in Belfast in 1985 and afterwards in a letter he wrote from Canada.
Clarke was pastor of 4 church buildings in Canada after he emigrated.
Henry Clarke’s confessions first got here to mild at the Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry which reported earlier this year.
His identification had been protected by the inquiry’s supply of blanket anonymity however that ruling was efficiently challenged by BBC Information NI.