Why the media cannot name the alleged Dros rapist

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Friday 28 September 2018, ENCA

Footage believed to be of the man and angry restaurant patrons shortly after the child was found, has been shared on Twitter and Facebook.

Some users also posted photos of a man believed to be the suspect.

This is a violation of legislation which says an accused rapist can only be named once he’s been charged and has pleaded in court.

William Bird from Media Monitoring Africa explains.

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