Cyprys in court tomorrow

May 6, 2012 by J-Wire Staff
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Security guard David Cyprys will appear in Melbourne’s Magistrates Court tomorrow to face 51 charges covering indecent assault and gross indecency during the 1980s and 1990s when he was employed by the Yeshiva College in East St Kilda.

David Cyprys

Eleven alleged victims, their family member and Rabbi Glick a former principal of the college are expected to be called during tomorrow’s commital hearing.

Alleged victim Manny Waks told J-Wire: “Three of the victims are currently US-based and will be giving evidence via video link. All victims have been given a choice of whether they would like to appear in person or via video link. Personally, I have elected to provide my evidence in person.”

He added:  “Having spoken to a number of the victims, we are all eagerly awaiting this opportunity to finally have our day in court and commence what we anticipate will be a rather protracted and challenging legal process. Ultimately we are willing to do a great deal in order to obtain our belated justice and hopefully achieve a sense of closure.”

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