I will never get closure, says football abuse victim
Police have apologised to six victims of football coach Bob Higgins for the way the case was handled in the 1990s.
Their lawyer is now calling for "double jeopardy" laws to be changed so child sex abusers can be retried if new evidence emerges.
Higgins has been handed 24 years in jail for indecently assaulting 24 boys.
But six other victims were told their allegations could not be tried in court because the claims were part of a 1991 court case against the coach.
One told the BBC he was completely unaware of that first case, and his complaint as part of the latest trial was only dropped after police found his name on paperwork in Higgins' loft in 2017.
Jim Reed reports