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Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson: “besotted” and the implication of contributory negligence in child sexual abuse

Adam Johnson, who was convicted for child sexual abuse, has lost his challenge to the Court of Appeals. He will continue to serve 5 years for the sexual assault of a teenage girls. At the time of his arrest, Johnson was found in possession of extreme pornography. It is very clear that Johnson used his more »

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.@BBCSport confuses child sexual abuse with throwing a football game.

This is how @BBCSport chose to advertise their article on Adam Johnson’s conviction for child sexual offences.  Things which constitute a fail from grace in sports: taking illegal substances or throwing a game. Things which constitute criminal acts: the sexual abuse of a child. Things which are not the same: the sexual abuse of a more »

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