Diane Davies: Barbados rape accused was 'wrong man'

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A man accused of raping two British women in Barbados has had the case against him dropped, after the victims said he was innocent.

Dr Rachel Turner (left), from Hertfordshire, and Diane Davies (right), from Valley, Anglesey, were attacked within days of each other in 2010.

Barbadian Derick Crawford (centre), 47, was charged with the rapes but the case has now been dismissed.

Ms Davies told BBC Radio Wales' Oliver Hides she was delighted the case against Mr Crawford had been dropped because he was the "wrong man".

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