Cork man not seeking state apology about the abuse he suffered as a child in Scoil Eoin Boys National School.
His former teacher Leo Hickey was this week sentenced to three years in prison, with the final two suspended
Leo Hickey was found guilty of eight counts of sexually assault on Don Kelleher in 1991 and 1992.
The 77-year-old retired school teacher from Realt na Mara, Skevanish in Innishannon was previously sentenced to three years for sexually abusing 21 girls when he was school principal in Dunderrow national school during the 1970's.
Louise O'Keeffe is one of the survivors of that abuse and she's leading calls for a state enquiry as she says there was a complaint about Leo Hickey in Dunderrow in 1971 and he was then moved to Ballincollig.
Speaking to RedFM News Don Kelleher says he's also seeking answers.
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