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Investigation launched after women claim police were involved in child abuse

Sky News Monday, 16 May 2022
Investigation launched after women claim police were involved in child abusePolice in Scotland say they are investigating allegations that two of their own officers were involved in a child abuse ring in Glasgow in 2014.  
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