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Identity crisis over sex abuse cases

Michael Le Vell during his trial. In Scotland, as things currently stand, two separate sources of evidence are required for a case to come to court, so Le Vell would not have stood trial. Main photograph: 
Dave Thompson/PA

Michael Le Vell during his trial. In Scotland, as things currently stand, two separate sources of evidence are required for a case to come to court, so Le Vell would not have stood trial. Main photograph: Dave Thompson/PA

After the acquittal of Michael Le Vell on child sex abuse charges, is it possible to avoid tarnishing the reputation of innocent men while also supporting real victims in their quest for justice, asks Dani Garavelli

 
 
 

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