FORMER top prosecutor Sir Keir Starmer should quit Parliament over his role in the false VIP child abuse scandal, says a wrongly accused MP.
Harvey Proctor said Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary created a culture where anyone who made allegations was automatically believed.
Harvey Proctor slammed Sir Keir Starmer for his role in the VIP child abuse scandal[/caption]
Harvey Proctor was wrongly accused by fantasist Carl Beech and blames Sir Keir for pushing the position of ‘victims must be believed’[/caption]
He also vowed to stand against Labour deputy leader Tom Watson at the next election.
Mr Watson met jailed fantasist Carl Beech and raised his lurid claims in Parliament.
Ex-Tory Mr Proctor told BBC Radio 5 Live: “It’s Sir Keir Starmer who pushed the position of victims must be believed.
“Victims are not victims until there has been a successful prosecution. They are complainants.”
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Mr Proctor has been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress and is suing the Met.
Beech, known as “Nick”, was jailed for 18 years last week.
The Crown Prosecution Service said it had never issued guidance on automatically believing abuse claims.
Beech has been caged for 18 years for making the outrageous sex abuse claims[/caption]
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