- Oct 29, 2018
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In 1999, Darryl Gee was arrested on suspicion of raping a pupil. Last month, his conviction was overturned - four years after he died in prison. And he's not the only victim. Ian Herbert reports
Cases like this are not new - rape charges that were found guilty in court despite a total lack of any corroborating evidence did not start with Liam Allan -
and yet - it seems that Liam's case did more than any other before or since to make the public start to question the system.
FACT as an organisation is 20 years old - and has much experience of how caring people (particularly teachers) have been hunted in the classic witch hunt manner over those two decades
The cases that grab the public's attention are never the historic cases against teachers, doctors, social workers and the like.
Likewise it cannot be that it is just being young and good looking that grabs the public attention.for example Alexander Economou - see his ongoing case linked here https://www.accused.blog/