September 10, 2020: BBC Three screens the documentary I Am Not A Rapist.
Some kind person named John uploaded this to YouTube two days later.
Here it is on Bitchute.
Here it is at the Internet Archive.
And here is an alternative archived link.
If you choose the fourth link, be advised the video may take some time to load.
The documentary covers the false allegations against the above named individuals. Ashleyís surname isnít given. I could discover it with an intensive search but clearly he does not want to be so identified, so I will accede to his wishes. The date of the false allegation is also vague.
The cases are discussed in chronological order; the link at the bottom of the page, to return to the Timeline, is to Liamís entry. This page was originally devoted solely to his case but was augmented on September 15, 2020. The information about his case and that of Jay Cheshire has also been gleaned from other sources, as will be seen from the links.
Jay Charles Cheshire from Southampton was 17 years old, born September 15, 1997; he had a history of depression. After being accused of rape, he was questioned formally by the police on April 29, 2015. The investigation finished on May 30. No further action was taken, but at the beginning of July, he bought his favourite energy drink, his favourite bag of crisps, and a length of rope, then hanged himself from a tree he and his sister used to play on when they were kids. He was taken to hospital but died two days later. Hampshire Coroner Graham Short returned a verdict of suicide.
To compound this tragedy, on July 18, 2016, his mother Karin hanged herself in the same way as her son; like him she had been suffering from depression. She was 55 years old.
Camellia, sister to Jay, daughter of Karin, has made many media appearances talking about the case. Two lives utterly destroyed and a third ruined, for what?
January 31, 2016: London student Liam Allan is arrested and taken to Bromley Police Station.
Little Miss Anonymous hadnít seen him for four months when she went to the police and told them he had raped her multiple times over an extended period. From the documentary, it is clear she was into rape fantasies in a big way.
Liam ended up facing six charges of rape and six of sexual assault. The case was dropped at Croydon Crown Court when (literally) tens of thousands of exculpatory text messages come to light in December 2017. Here is some comment from that rarest of creatures, an honest prosecutor. Leaving that aside, how can any police officer or lawyer entertain charging a man with rape when his accuser has gone back for more again and again and again?
This was a very high profile case, and a number of similar cases followed in quick succession. Allan used to live within a couple of miles of me but ignored my messages for a long time. When he did at last respond, it was not what I hoped for. In that connection, check out my live hangout of August 16, 2019.
Here is the article the UK edition of Cosmopolitan published about him. It says very little which confirms my suggestion - one he refused to confirm - that his accuser had been brainwashed by a college rape counsellor or some imbecile into believing she had in fact been raped repeatedly, even though she kept going back for more. These cases are unreal.
[For the avoidance of doubt, Liam Allan is not to be confused with anyone of the same or similar name, including Liam Allen who raped a drunken student in Brighton in October 2016].
Little can be added to this case - watch the documentary.
Suffice it to say it was a case of instant regret sex with a former girlfriend who had accused her then current love interest of something, apparently nothing sexual. This begs the obvious question, was she lying about that too?
Like Liam, Ashley says he found himself with suicidal thoughts, though thankfully, unlike Jay, both men got through it.
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