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  • Dorset Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • Dorset Police Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • Exaro Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • Home Affairs Select Committee Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    proportionate and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not

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  • Jane Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • John Vaughan Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • Leon Brittan Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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  • Paul Settle Archives - Beatrix Campbell
    and fully justified despite the significant passage of time It was not unlawful Jane the witness was compelling she was a competent witness who displays no malice in her motivation Her accounts of her situation in 1967 are corroborated and it is plausible that she was moving in similar social circles to LB Jane went to the police toward the end of 2012 to report that she had been raped in 1987 she had been on a blind date with Leon Brittan he had suggested dropping by his house on the way to their evening out There he locked the door trapped her and raped her In September 2013 that DCI Paul Settle abandoned the investigation Jane tells her story to Exaro in 2014 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 1 Ex cabinet minister raped me when I was 19 Part 2 By 2015 the controversy about the Brittan investigation exploded See my essay on the case on Andrew Neil s This Week starts at 1m40s See the heated debate on This Week It was after this that disgusted by the press and politicians who so blithely disparaged Jane a woman contacted me Jane had been her flatmate in 1967 She d been contacted by the police a couple of years earlier Jane had remembered her name and passed it to the police she d been around at the time of the rape She was contacted through her medical records This is what she had to say about why she had come forward I just felt everybody was flooding to Leon Brittan s defence She doesn t have anybody They re saying that things she said can t be corroborated That s true insofar as it goes I inferred that there was no evidence to convict but They had shared a flat in 1966 7 when Jane was a 19 year old student She was really sweet She looked very young she was quite naive we felt very protective of her They belonged to a wide group of friends who d go to the pub and parties together and they d take Jane with them Men in their circle knew Leon Brittan professionally and politically She recalled an occasion in the summer of 1987 after one of their parties She arrived home at the flat and found Jane sobbing We were quite young she didn t want to talk about it and we didn t push it The former flatmate was candid and clear she was not claiming any more than her own memories of Jane and their circle a network that included Brittan at the time that Jane said she had been raped by Brittan All I can say about her is that she was nice a sweet kid I didn t recognise any mental health problems I said to the police I had no reason to disbelieve her In those days a lot of men were out to have you She d not have

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