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Gary Streeter MP. See SWNS story SWPAEDO: A man cleared of child sex abuse has been named by an MP at Westminster who says he was “getting away scot-free”. In a rare step Plymouth man Geoffrey Genge was identified in the House of Commons by Tory Gary Streeter using parliamentary privilege, granting legal protection, in what he said was a bid to “ensure that justice is done”. The South West Devon MP called on the Attorney-General to review the case, involving charges of rape and sexual abuse dating back 50 years, after it was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service, causing distress to the alleged victims. In a statement, Mr Genge’s legal representative said: “Mr Genge says that these allegations are false. On 9 January 2012 the prosecution offered no evidence in this case and Mr Genge was acquitted of all charges.

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