Cops cleared of any wrongdoing
THE POLICE OFFICERS involved in the investigations into the rape of a British woman who fought to have the man who was charged with her attack freed, have been cleared of any misconduct.
After conducting its own probe into a complaint filed by retired teacher Diane Davies that lawmen were incompetent and inconsiderate in the way they handled her case, the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) said it found no evidence of wrongdoing.
But Davies, who along with another rape victim Dr Rachel Turner made international headlines when they insisted lawmen had charged the wrong man, is not satisfied.
Efforts to reach the PCA chairman, retired high court judge Justice Leroy Inniss, have been unsuccessful but Davies confirmed to the WEEKEND NATION that she received a letter informing her of the outcome of the PCA probe.