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Reed said: "They were a big group of boys that had just gone to school that day. I didn't even know what to say, it seemed that they were talking about sex with them and about ha온라인바카라ving a party, not much. Then they kept talking about bein한게임 포커g온라인카지노사이트 big boys, that it was all about drugs, about being drunk and going to parties – and it was happening in the park, so the whole park and the people and everything around were watching. They wanted to come to school."

He said the boys had also told him they thought they were going to join the gang. Reed said they had been arrested after an 18-month investigation by an adult sex crime unit.

Reed said: "I have seen them as adults for 15 years. I have never seen anything like that, not in that environment, in those situations. There was no other way they could have handled it. I don't think they knew what they were doing.

"What I do want is for people to get to grips with these things and not be able to live in the dark and say we just don't know but now maybe I can make a difference."

Reed said police had interviewed every suspect and "in all cases they have denied what they were saying". Reed added: "It should be a wake-up call, it is so out of control."

A spokesman for Sussex police said: "Police are investigating a sexual exploitation of a group of young offenders who have allegedly been engaging in online sexual activity. Officers worked closely with Sussex County Council on the investigation and found that the group were engaging in an illegal social media activity.

"As a result of this investigation, the local authorities were informed and they also launched an investigation into the offending.

"An investigation continues and it would be inappropriate to go into the police matters further."

Reed said: "But all I wanted was a fair court case and all I got was a little bit of false hope and not much real justice.

"The only good thing is that this is an isolated thing from a few years ago, now it's just been going on for years and now that's stopped, it's gone for a while, but the law says I have to come out."

"Now the police can focus on the bigger issue."