A TEXT from an purported rape victim that was funded by clumsy cops heading to two years of torture for an trusting man said: “It wasn’t against my will”.
The bombshell summary suggested during the hearing of Liam Allan, 22, has led to calls for an exploration “at the top level” into police doing of evidence.
The 22-year-old pronounced he was “dragged by hell” when he was secretly accused of rape in Sep 2015.
Officers sat on critical justification retrieved from the purported victim that suggested their sex was consensual.
One, sent by the prosecution to a womanlike crony on Sept 3 2015, read: “It wasn’t against my will or anything”.
Other texts showed how she asked for some-more sex and harboured subjugation and rape fantasies.
Metropolitan Police investigators unsuccessful to palm over the essential justification to prosecutors who went on to charge psychology tyro Liam.
He faced 12 years’ jail after being hauled to justice on the fake testimony of his prosecution — despite the cop heading the review allegedly revelation him the case was weak.
Mr Allan told the Mail On Sunday: “I rang [Det Con Mark Azariah] in the last week of Feb seeking an update.
“At this stage, we hadn’t been charged but it was some-more than a year given my arrest.
“He pronounced the case had left high up within the Crown Prosecution Service and the decision would be theirs.
“He pronounced he endorsed in his report to the CPS that we should not face charges. He didn’t enhance on what he put in his report.”
But he was told just hours after as he left a harangue at the University of Greenwich that he would
be charged with 6 rapes and one passionate assault.
The hearing against him at Croydon climax justice dramatically collapsed on Friday and Det Con Azariah is now the concentration of a police probe.
Other texts from the prosecution sent on the same day, Sept 3, infer damning, the Mail On Sunday reported.
One read: “Sometimes sex is the series 1 priority, I’m really not joking to be honest we always consider with my d*** lol.”
She after wrote: “You know it’s always good to be sexually assaulted but breaking the law.”
His counsel Simone Meerabux said: “Mr Allan lost two years of his life since of sum negligence.
“We are deliberation authorised movement against the Met Police and CPS.”
Tory MP Nigel Evans, who was taken to justice over fake rape claims, said: “I wish the Justice Select Committee can hold a full exploration into it. Lessons have to be learned.”
Appearing on Sky News on Sunday, Mr Allan called on suspects’ identities in rape cases to be kept anonymous.
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