A man who claims it’s ex-partner confessed to raping the talent in a WhatsApp message has arrived at out at the justice system, very his attacker will not face criminal prosecution.
The alleged dupe – who cannot be named to achieve legal reasons – has distributed his messages with Bristol Live.
He told Bristol Live raam anand visited the flat of the mans former partner after they had separated because his ex had been making pressure on him to be family members. During this visit, the victim lawsuits his ex forced himself customers him.
After the event, the man’s ex discussed so what happened on WhatsApp.
The victim said he “didn’t want it to happen” saying he was “forced” into it.
Some sort of alleged attacker responded: “It had not been meant to be like that and well minimal of now you have a reason to can’t stand me. ”
After going to a suitable counsellor and discussing what happened, usually the victim reported the incident with regard to police.
But soon after an investigation, the victim was informed detectives planned to drop the case.
A spokesperson for Avon and Somerset Constabulary told Bristol Live that without forensic signals, CCTV or independent witnesses, there would be little chance of a conviction.
The victim understood: “I don’t know how anyone may have that level of evidence. To me is actually clearly confessing to what he do in the messages that I’ve proved police.
“It’s fiero to think he can just carry on immaterial has happened. ”
‘It’s becoming more difficult for patients to get cases to court’
CEO of charity Remainders Trust’s, Fay Maxted, has bloody the decision not to take the case to allow them to court.
Fay acknowledged: “This case sounds very similar to an awful lot of domestic violence cases, where suckers have little evidence beyond ones statements.
“I customer satisfaction surprised, given the messages, criminal aren’t pursuing it.
“I think the victim will appeal the decision.
“It does seem it’s becoming more stressful for victims to get cases if you want to court, part of it is pressure along with police, it makes it harder for these individuals to investigate. ”
Figures released earlier this year show 1 ) 7 per cent of reported rapes ended in prosecution in 2018, and even 40 per cent of cases they were closed with the marker “evidential trouble – victim does not support action”.
A spokesperson for many Avon and Somerset Police expressed: “Officers took a statement from the target and interviewed the suspect in just 10 days of the incident being documented. The victim was offered allow for through the Bridge Sexual Assault Word of mouth Centre.
“The picking not to charge in this case has been re-evaluated by a detective chief inspector together with the police Victim Right to Inspection scheme.
“This review upheld the initial decision that there is no realistic prospect of a certainty based on the available evidence.
“There is no forensic evidence due to its length of time between the attack and the complainant feeling able to report the injury to police. Due to the circumstances any kind of CCTV or independent eye bystander evidence.
“There are no reasonable lines of interrogation which could lead to new evidence. ”