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No.... because it has proven that it actively encourages people to come forward with allegations that they might never have done such as in the Stuart Hall case.....but if they claim false allegations; when the accused is found not guilty; the accuser should be named and shamed and have their lives subject to the same ruination as those they accused

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Is it too late to change my mind on this??? :lol:

 

Very rare for me to agree with Baz on legal issues, but on this One I do.!!!

 

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Sorry Baz, can't follow your logic: two wrongs don't make a right. This is a license for anyone with a desire to pull celebs down or aspirations for compen to make malicious allegations. Publicity for the accused ensures mud sticks, something that can't be repaired. In this case, there was no forensic or eye witness evidence, which meant one person's word against another's; and given the criminal court requirement to find beyond a reasonable doubt, I'm amazed the CPS brought the case to court at all.

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. In this case, there was no forensic or eye witness evidence, which meant one person's word against another's; and given the criminal court requirement to find beyond a reasonable doubt, I'm amazed the CPS brought the case to court at all.

EXACTLY!

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