A man whose conviction over serious sexual offences prompted outrage has had his sentence slightly increased - due to a technicality.
A man whose conviction over serious sexual offences prompted outrage has had his sentence slightly increased - due to a technicality. Neil Wilson, who's 41, was handed an eight month suspended sentence last week in a case which saw his 13 year old victim described in court as "predatory". Appearing via video link at Snaresbrook crown court in east London, he was handed a twelve month suspended sentence. Sue Cox is from Survivors Voice - a support group for abuse victims.
She told Premier's News Hour she wasn't impressed by today's development:
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