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In a recent article on 13th May 2014 by Hayley Dixon, the Telegraph reported on the latest from the continuing trial of accusations of child sex offences against Rolf Harris.

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(PRWEB UK) 5 June 2014

According to a Telegraph article by Hayley Dixon dated 13th May 2014: Rolf Harris and his alleged victim enjoyed a 'sexual chemistry the continuing trial of Rolf Harris at Southwark Crown Court (case number T20130553) has brought to light a number of alleged incidences that took place during period of 1968 and 1986. Harris is facing charges of 12 counts indecent assault from this time, including accusations that he had groomed one of his daughter’s friends as a child, and had assaulted her at the age of 13.

According to the Telegraph article by Hayley Dixon dated 13th May 2014, the alleged victim has also accused Harris of continuing to abuse her during her teenage years. The Telegraph article revealed some of the defence counsels key responses to these accusations. Sonia Woodley, the defending QC, informed the court that Rolf Harris had engaged in a relationship with the alleged victim, but this had occurred when she was 18 years old. The court was told that the alleged victim had been jealous when Harris’ daughter Bindi had become friends with another girl, and they had started drifting apart. The alleged victim was then said to have started flirting with Bindi’s dad, and a consensual relationship had developed.

The Telegraph article by Hayley Dixon dated 13th May 2014 goes on to say that the defence counsel revealed that on one occasion the alleged victim had been staying at the family home in Bray, Berkshire, whilst Bindi was in her own flat on the grounds. The defence told the court of an incident that occurred when Harris had brought her in a cup of tea in the morning, “because you were jealous you flirted with Rolf Harris, you grabbed his elbow as if guiding him to sit on the bed”.

It can be difficult finding out the truth years after events have occurred. Leicester Private Investigators (http://www. leicester-privateinvestigators.co.uk ) offer expert services to help you investigate the past and uncover the real facts. Private detectives have the skills, knowledge and techniques required to provide comprehensive investigations into the past and present. These experts can uncover facts from a range of sources including tracking down potential witnesses, finding recorded evidence and more. With the quality of evidence provided by experience private detectives, events in the past can be investigated thoroughly and the truth uncovered.

Chief investigator Chloe Scott advises people to seek help from private investigators, even if they want to find out details about an event that has occurred many years ago. Chloe recommends private investigators as they can “help put your mind at ease and find the evidence you need to understand past events”. Chloe goes on to say “with the right evidence you can resolve issues, and make informed decisions about how to proceed if action is necessary”.

Talk to Leicester Private Investigators now if you would like to find out more about detective services. You can speak to Chloe now on 0116 312 0304


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