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Police dismiss bid by 'victim of rape' from 1970s to win prosecution

Woman wants DNA test to win conviction of father.

No case: The unnamed woman has been told the CPS would not sanction a prosecution    Pictured posed by model

No case: The unnamed woman has been told the CPS would not sanction a prosecution Pictured posed by model

Date - 7th August 2019
By - Ceysun Dixon
A woman who alleges she was conceived by rape and her birth is “proof of a crime” has been told by police there is no case to answer. The unnamed Birmingham woman wanted DNA testing in a bid to convict her father of statutory rape. She...
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