Former Emmaus Mayor John Humphrey is “shocked and delighted” by allegations of sexual harassment by men

Former Smyrna mayor John Humphrey told the judges he was “shocked and shocked” by the two men he accused of sexually abusing as children.

Hamleys, 59, of Hartley Street, Exx.

Humphrey, a 21-year-old homosexual, denied any sexual activity with both boys and told the court that he only liked men of his own age or older.

He told the court that the men – now adults – were “revenge and evil.”

“Forcing someone to do something they don’t want – where is the joy in it?”

He added, “I did not do it, I will not do it.”

Humphrey said he had never touched the first complainant or had sex with him.

He first said he saw his brother outside the public restroom on St. Andrew’s Road, Exx, and they said “hello.”

Humphrey said he had previously met men in public restrooms at Exxon, but that was not the case.

He told the judges that he had seen the man again outside the restroom on St. Andrew’s Road, but he did not pull it out and gave it to the elevator because he was ‘stressed’.

Humphrey told the court: “It was about the men in the bathroom and how horrible it was.

He was worried and I gave him an elevator to take him home. He was 18 years old and we talked about the gay scene. ”

Hamfrey told the court that Salterton Road pointed to the man as he passed the apartment in the defendant’s work van.

On another occasion, Humphrey found the man hanging out of his apartment in distress.

“He was all brave,” said Humphrey. He was wrong. I saw that something was wrong. I invited him over for tea.

“I think he agrees with his sexuality. I suggested he talk to someone; There are places in Exeter. He calmed down and left.

I felt sorry for the man, but I did not want to get too involved.

Humphrey told the court that he had never had sex with a second man who had been charged with sexual misconduct during his teens.

He told the judges he was shocked and shocked by the “evil, evil lies.” The charges were “revenge.”

Hamfrey told the court that he encouraged him to work successfully by giving only the second man a job – once he paid 100 100 to enroll in a horticultural course in college.

“That was an encouragement and a good start to life,” he told the court.

People have always been kind to me and I always try to do the same thing in my life. Kindness begets kindness. ”

Between 1990 and 1991, Humphrey denounced two boys and 12 girls for sexual misconduct and three sexual assaults.

He pleaded not guilty to five additional charges in connection with the abuse of his second son, aged 14 to 15, between 1999 and 2002.

The trial continues.

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