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The limitation periods for other countries for this type of offence vary and they are often on a ‘sliding scale’ to take account of the age of the alleged victim or have exclusion or inclusion clauses built in.
The average limitation period across the EU is about 12 years from the date of the alleged offence with a maximum of 20 years if the alleged victim was under age at the time or if violence was supposedly involved.
Liberal Democrat MP, Mike Hancock was recently investigated by the police for indecent assault as well as being accused of being a ‘paedophile’ in the recent election.
Furthermore, the injustice of this situation is compounded by the fact that in such ‘historic’ cases of alleged rape or abuse, unless there is DNA, photographic or indisputable forensic evidence, there is very often nothing, other than the word of the alleged victim, on which to base a judgement of innocence or guilt.
Given that where alleged child victims are concerned, juries convict in 95% of all cases, there is little hope of mounting any kind of effective defence when the period of time since any alleged offence being committed is so long.
This is precisely why so many countries have a Statute of Limitations.
Yet this subject is never discussed in Parliament and any attempt to bring some rational thought ti the debate is closed down instantly.
The point is though that Britain has and this is seen by many to be totally unjust.
It is also true that one very rarely hears about ‘historic’ violent crimes.
It turns out Max knows the Sklar brothers, Randy and Jason, who are standup comics and also host Sklarbro Country, a podcast about sports.
This is as close to any testimony from Andersen as the episode gets...which is not close, really. Nev and Max journey to Winnipeg to meet Constable Gord Olson of the RCMP's Internet Child Exploitation Unit (since at the time she sent her nudes, Paris was underage).
Nev and Max really want to let Andersen tell his side of the story!