Dros rape accused’s admission ‘points to morally bankrupt SA’

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Dros rape accused’s admission ‘points to morally bankrupt SA’

Child abuse activist reflects on 'a dark time in court' as staff describe finding Nicholas Ninow in a toilet cubicle

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The fact that Nicholas Ninow, the man who admitted to raping a seven-year-old girl, knew what he did was wrong and what the repercussions would be, shows how “morally bankrupt” society is.

This is according to Miranda Jordan, the director of Women and Men Against Child Abuse (WMACA), who has been attending Ninow’s trial since it started on Monday.

Ninow pleaded guilty to rape, defeating the ends of justice and possession of drugs. He pleaded not guilty to assault...

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