Northumbria police boss says Ched Evans case shows courts have 'gone back 30 years'



A former solicitor general has expressed concern about some of the evidence heard in the Ched Evans rape trial.
The Wales international footballer was acquitted of rape on Friday following a five-year battle to clear his name.
In a rare move, the jury at Cardiff Crown Court heard evidence from two men who had sex with the complainant around the time of the rape allegation.
According to BBC News, Vera Baird, police and crime commissioner for Northumbria and former solicitor general, told Radio 4's Today programme: "The only difference between a clear conviction of Mr Evans in 2012 and... read more

 
16 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 28
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