Oct 122011
 October 12, 2011  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

Jack Doyle reports:

Details of how a rapist was able to commit a second sickening attack only months after being freed from prison will not be made public – after officials said it would breach his privacy.

Fabian Thomas, known as the ‘Barefoot Rapist’, was supposedly monitored by probation staff, but four months after his release he was able to arm himself with a hunting knife to attack a teenager.

Now officials are refusing to release the internal report into what went wrong, claiming it contains ‘personal and sensitive data’.

Read more on The Daily Mail.

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