Detective Superintendent Adrian McGee of West Mercia Police said: “We have been in touch with the victim to ensure that she is kept up to date and in the light of today’s developments at the Court of Appeal we will be reviewing the case.
We are currently waiting for papers from the Crown Prosecution Service and Criminal Cases Review Commission so that we can make a full assessment of all the information and evidence available.”
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