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"She asked you to rape her and you said no"

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Dear Independent Office for Police Conduct,

The IOPC recently cleared a matter where it has been enshrined in to law that those who refuse to rape are suspects of rape crimes.

I would like to understand at what point did the person making the complaint " she asked you to rape her and you said no" become a victim?

Did she become a victim just because she asked or did she become a victim because I said no?

I was arrested for this under domestic abuse laws so I'm looking for some clarification for the public because 99.9% of the public are still under the illusion that "no means no".

Yours faithfully,

Dave langdon

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Dear !Request Info,
By law, under all circumstances the IOPC must respond to this.

Yours sincerely,

Dave langdon

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Dear Mr Langdon
 
Thank you for your email in which you indicate that you are seeking an
internal review of the IOPC's decision on your request.
 
According to the terms of your request, you are using the WhatDoTheyKnow
(WDTK) web site to pursue your own personal correspondence with the IOPC
about a matter in which you are involved. As stated in our letter, the use
of WDTK for this purpose would be likely to lead to your account being
suspended so that you will not be able to use it to make requests.
 
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We will consider your request for internal review on hearing from you with
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to our grounds for refusal under section 40(5)A, namely that we are
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It may assist you to know that the exemption may not have been correctly
applied if your name is not in fact Dave Langdon, otherwise our decision
is very unlikely to be changed on review, though we would of course carry
out the review if that is what you require. Therefore, if Dave Langdon is
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