Two men involved with the closure of a summer camp in Bushey, have pleaded not guilty to criminal offences, however they are awaiting trial. Ben Lewis and Tal Landsman, the co-founders of LL Camps appeared in St Albans Crown Court today (Friday, January 29) facing charges involving children. They were arrested last summer by Hertfordshire Police. The camp, which was based at St Margarets Sports Centre, was closed with immediate affect after the arrest. Ben Lewis, 25, from Lullington Garth, Borehamwood, pleaded not guilty to two offences of making indecent photos of a child, two offences of making indecent photos of children, attempting to observe a person doing a private act and two offences of taking indecent photos of a child. Tal Landsman, 25, of Admiral Drive, Stevenage, pleaded not guilty to a single charge of cruelty to a person under 16. Both men were granted conditional bail to await their trial, which will take place in May.
Camp co-founders plead not guilty for charges involving children
Published on: 29th January 2016 | By: The Newsdesk | Category:
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