Thursday, December 06, 2012
A man accused of child sex abuse was named in Westminster by an MP who fears he was "getting away Scott free".
"In a rare step, GG, of Plymouth, was identified in the House of Commons by Tory Gary Streeter using the legal protection of parliamentary privilege, in a bid to "ensure that justice is done".
The South West Devon MP called on the Attorney-General to review the case, involving charges of rape and sexual abuse dating back 50 years, after it was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service."
Man cleared of child sex abuse named in House of Commons by his MP - who says he is guilty and ‘getting away scot-free’
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Plymouth MP names man accused of sex offences in Parliament to 'ensure justice is done'