British policewomen look at minors sexual assault video on the grounds of public interest

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 British policewomen look at minors sexual assault video on the grounds of public interest


In December 2014, Cara took over a sexual assault case. --3 teenage girl was sexually assaulted by a child with a pedophile. In the investigation, Cara searched the criminals residence. In addition to a detailed diary of criminal offences, Cara also found more than 100 videos of 3 victims of sexual assault. In order to convict criminals, Cara needs not only to establish emotional ties with 3 victims, but also to learn the details by watching the battered videos of girls. Cara said the videos were shocking, restless, full of violence and watched at least 8 hours each time. Cara repeatedly informed her superior about the impact of her work content on her, but every reply was do everything possible to continue working. Cara said, 3 months later, her mind began to appear in the video scene flash, and will continue to have nightmares. Any intimacy with her husband can cause her to panic and cry. Cara then appeals to the relevant departments and gets permission to start working fewer hours. But Cara will continue to talk to a victim and get a confession and attend court hearing. In May 10, 2015, Cara was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, and could not continue to work because of mental trauma. Since then, Cara has applied for sick leave and never returned to work. In February 22nd, Cara sued the metropolitan police station in London that she was forced to look at terrible and sinister information and was tortured and traumatized, and she asked the police to pay more than 200 thousand pounds for compensation. Caras appeal was supported by the police union, the organizations spokesman, 4, said. To investigate some serious criminal offences, investigators have to look at some of the most frightening, most unsettling and disheartening images. However, the impact of these data on investigators must be recognized. At present, Caras claim is being further examined. This article source: take a look at news Knews editor in charge: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 Caras appeal was supported by the police union, the organizations spokesman, 4, said. To investigate some serious criminal offences, investigators have to look at some of the most frightening, most unsettling and disheartening images. However, the impact of these data on investigators must be recognized. At present, Caras claim is being further examined.