Juries are to be told how rape victims typically respond in an attempt to dispel "rape myths" which ministers believe are contributing to plummeting conviction rates for the crime.
A panel of judges, doctors and academics will start work next month on the project, which will attempt to put together a package to inform the jury without interfering with the fairness of a trial.
Well, they've corrupted the constitution. They've corrupted the civil service. They're corrupt themselves. Corrupting the law where those pesky juries keep having a mind of their own is a logical step on from there.
It'll certainly be interesting to see one of these packs - I think it's unlikely they'll be able to keep them secret. This one ain't going to go away. But if they get away with it, they'll want to apply it elsewhere. I can just see the juries in race discrimination tribunals being handed pictures of lynchings.
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