South Wales Police have responded to the Criminal Cases Review Commission's announcement that it has referred the conviction of Alan Charlton to the Court of Appeal.
"In light of this referral we must now allow the judicial process to take its course and therefore cannot comment further at this stage” said the force's Chief Constable Peter Vaughan.
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