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Roast Busters Investigation Results

October 30, 2014 at 11:31 AM

Police have completed a multi-agency investigation, Operation Clover, into the activities of a group calling themselves “The Roast Busters”,  concluding that at this stage there is insufficient evidence to bring about a prosecution against any of the 5 young men identified as primary suspects in the sexual assault of numerous teenage girls. 


You can read an overview of the operation Clover Report here.


Media Links:

Roast Busters Case - No charges to be laid

Roast Busters Case: 'Where was the respect?' - Police

Conduct questionable but not criminal - Lawyer

Door not closed to Roast Busters action

Lack of Roast Busters conviction worry for future cases

Lawyer and victim's advocate on Roast Busters inquiry

And finally, from the NZ Herald...


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