A Judge spared a man who raped a girl of ten in a park — because she wore a ‘provocative’ frilly bra and thong.
Attorney General Lord Goldsmith is considering appealing against a sentence given to a window cleaner for raping the 10-year-old girl.
Keith Fenn, 24, was given concurrent two-year and 18-month jail sentences at Oxford Crown Court by Judge Julian Hall for two attacks on the girl in a park, however, because of time served while on remand he will be released in just 4 months time.
The girl was attacked by Fenn and an accomplice in a park in Henley-on-Thames on 14 October last year.
Oxford Crown Court heard that Fenn removed her clothes and raped her, while an accomplice, Darren Wright, 34, took her home and sexually assaulted her.
Wright is already free as Judge Hall had already given him a nine-month sentence for inciting the girl to perform a sex act.
The charity Kidscape accused Judge Julian Hall of “trying to find excuses” and said a child must never be blamed. Kidscape branded the sentence dished out as a ‘disgrace’ and called for him to be axed from the bench.