Child sex abuse trial: Shelley Davies cleared of conspiring to rape young girl

Child sex abuse trial: Shelley Davies cleared of conspiring to rape young girl

ONE charge against child sex abuse trial defendant Shelley Davies has been dropped as the judge has concluded there was insufficient evidence against her.

As the prosecution in the Rotherham abuse case concluded its case today against five men and two women on a total of 63 charges, Her Honour Judge Sarah Wright instructed the jury to deliver a not guilty verdict against one of the three charges Davies faces.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/101518/child-sex-abuse-trial-shelley-davies-cleared-of-conspiring-to-rape-young-girl.aspx

Rotherham abuse trial: Defendant cleared of conspiracy to rape charge

A defendant in the Rotherham sex abuse trial has been found not guilty on one of her charges.Judge Sarah Wright directed the jury in their not guilty verdict in relation to Shelley Davies.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/rotherham-abuse-trial-defendant-cleared-of-conspiracy-to-rape-charge-1-7700310

Rotherham sex abuse trial: Basharat Hussain denies allegations against him

A central defendant in the Rotherham child grooming trial has said that he ‘does not know’ some of the girls that have made allegations against him.

Sheffield Crown Court heard from Basharat Hussain, aged 39, who is accused of a string of offences relating to six girls, all now aged in their thirties.

Hussain, said he did not know two of the girls, but did know the other four who have made the allegations against him.

Read on… http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/rotherham-sex-abuse-trial-basharat-hussain-denies-allegations-against-him-1-7700300

Full story… https://rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/the-rotherham-related-cse-trials/first-rotherham-trial-at-sheffield-crown-court/

3 thoughts on “Child sex abuse trial: Shelley Davies cleared of conspiring to rape young girl

  1. Maybe I’m stupid but what is the point of having a jury when a judge can decide there isn’t enough evidence.
    Isn’t that for the jury to decide ?

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