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Dodger666 | 09:09 Thu 16th Jun 2016 | News
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...........has just popped up on my screen saying Cliff Richard is to face no further investigation into sex abuse.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36546038

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good..a witch hunt..now leave him alone !!
On my screen it says there will be no charges, which goes a bit further than "no further investigation".
He's made a statement which I think all reasonable people would agree with.
Good for him.
Excellent, frees the sex police up to investigate dead folk.
Poor Cliff, I bet it's scarred him though.
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Poor Cliff, cleared but forever somehow tainted, all that turmoil he has been put through for nothing.
There will be plenty who will simply not believe he has not done anything.

Mostly at the BBC I suspect.
Well it has become one of their areas of expertise.
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What if someone made what you knew was a false allegation against you jordyboy? Would you still say "no smoke without fire"?
:-) @ JD
No smoke without fire....ever, Jordy? Either you know something everyone else doesn't or you've posted a very nasty comment.
Hmm wasn’t he listed on the infamous list? what sort of light does this cast on the veracity of the list?
In the BBC article it says the Crown Prosecution decided there was insufficient evidence to prosecute. Does that mean they had evidence but not enough or there was no case to answer? I'm confused about the end meaning of that statement.
I think Jordy may have simply listed what some will say!
I thought all that stuff had been discredited, anyway, woof.
jordyboy; //There is no smoke without Fire,money talks,a whitewash???//

In that one sentence, you have accused a man of guilt without evidence and suggested that he has bribed his way out of a conviction.
Don't you think you should be ashamed?
I'm thinking the BBC also needs to send Sir Cliff an apology here.

I understand that with historical abuse claims, it's better that the accused is named so that other victims can come forward...but the BBC handled this extremely badly.

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