The latestdisclosurerevealed inExaro’sinvestigation into the rape of a young woman by a man who went on to become a Tory Cabinet minister raises even more disturbing questions.
It is now accepted as part of normal police procedures that if a person accuses another person of rape, the allegations are put to the alleged perpetrator.
It is becoming increasingly clear according to the account from the victim ” Jane” that the police have told her that they have not done it in this case.
She told Exaro :“I could not understand why,” she said. “There were only two people present during the incident. But they refused to question the man who I identified.” She believes that this breaches guidance entitled, ‘Investigating and Prosecuting Rape,’ and compiled by the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA).
This is one of the key points in the letter of complaint sent to the Director…
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