A supporter writes:
Dear Mike, I would like you to publish a piece on your website.
For the past two years I have been through Hell. I was falsely accused of rape and assault. My trial was in September, the jury took less than an hour to reach a verdict of Not Guilty.
The (female) police officer in charge of the case held back and hid vital evidence from the court, and struck up a friendship with my ex-wife. They were meeting each other on a weekly basis. In court the judge had to order the officer to reveal the hidden evidence to the Defence, she refused many times to comply. The officer was guilty of perjury and seeking to pervert the course of justice.
My barrister told me to lodge a complaint with the IPCC, which I have done. This was the second complaint I lodged about her conduct. It got brushed under the carpet by IPCC staff who are former police officers.
I have suffered greatly with my health and confidence and even though I was found Not Guilty and have no criminal record, I cannot get work in the security or teaching professions.
My ex-wife is now planning to get married for the fourth time! My question is, who pays for all the costs of court? I am financially broke now, and my ex-wife has escaped false allegation charges.
She is a carer who violently injured my five-year-old grandchild, this was accepted in court. The police never interviewed my two grandchildren, who will never forget. I am lucky I had a good barrister, and wonder how many innocent men are in prison.
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