Everyday Victim Blaming

challenging institutional disbelief around domestic & sexual violence and abuse


The CPS Barrister and use of the term ‘predatory’

We have been contacted by the CPS today, to provide us with the outcome of the investigation into the R v Wilson case, where the prosecuting barrister used the term ‘predatory in all her actions’ to describe the actions of a 13 year old victim in a sexual abuse trial. This is the statement issued more »

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‘Predatory in all her actions’ – update from CPS

*Breaking News* Re: Language by Prosecutor in Neil Wilson case. We have received an email from the CPS. They will be issuing a formal statement next week about the language used by the prosecutor in the Neil Wilson case, following their internal investigation. Thank you for all your support in bringing this case to national more »

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Letter from Keir Starmer re: Wilson Case *Updated 20 Aug 2013*

Keir Starmer QC Director of Public Prosecutions Jo XXXXXX Everydayvictimblaming 7 August 2013 Dear Ms XXXXXX, Thank you for your letter of 6 August regarding the case of Neil Wilson. In recent years, the Crown Prosecution Service has put a great deal of effort into improving the way we prosecute sexual offences, particularly those involving more »

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