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Children's groups anxious about new law

Groups that work with children and rape victims fear that there will be a significant drop in the reporting of sex-abuse cases.

3rd June, 2006

Groups that work with children and rape victims fear that there will be a significant drop in the reporting of sex-abuse cases.

Shock, anger, despair and horror were just some of the reactions of victims throughout the country after the release of ‘‘Mr A’’ last Tuesday, according to these organisations.

The 41-year-old, who had pleaded guilty to plying a 12-year-old with drink and then having sex with her, was released after...

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