Eye blink technology allows vicar sex abuse victim to give evidence

A former vicar has been jailed for sexually abusing a choirboy who gave evidence using eye-tracking technology which turned his blinks into words.

Cyril Rowe was sentenced to four years for three counts of indecent assault at a London church in the late 70s.

His victim Michael Kelsick, 47, died of motor neurone disease in a hospice before hearing the guilty verdicts.

He was the first person to give evidence

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