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Michael Le Vell's acquittal is no reason to give rape defendants anonymity | Lisa Longstaff and Lisa Avalos

PUBLISHED September 26, 2013

Every time a celebrity is acquitted of rape allegations, a pernicious media campaign clamours for anonymity for defendants to stop women and children from wrecking vulnerable men's lives. Most recently, we saw this after the Michael Le Vell trial.

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