Rape victim glad at Dottin’s removal
LONDON – The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is reporting that a British woman who was raped in Barbados has welcomed the removal of Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin.
Dr Rachel Turner, 30, of the English county of Hertfordshire, was attacked in October 2010, as was Diane Davies, 63, from Anglesey in Wales.
Both women waived their right to anonymity to criticize the rape inquiry after Barbadian police claimed 47-year-old Derrick Crawford was their rapist – despite their assertion he was not.
Dottin has been put on administrative leave. He is now fighting the decision by the Police Services Commission to remove him. (SP/BBC)