Former Radio Broadcaster Allan Campbell is free of sexual charges that were hanging over his head for almost two years.
Campbell, a former activist of the ruling New National Party (NNP) was accused of sexually molesting his two stepdaughters in 2011.
Lawyer for the accused, Dwight Horsford briefed THE NEW TODAY Newspaper a few days ago about the outcome of the case.
According to Horsford, he was able to make a successful application to Magistrate, Her Honour Nevlyn John at the Grenville Magistrate’s Court last week Thursday to have the charges dismissed due to the lack of sufficient evidence.
Horsford said that the witnesses against Campbell failed to provide evidence in the Preliminary inquiry (PI) that would have allowed Magistrate John to have the matter sent to the High Court for trial before a judge and jury.
He stated that one of the complainants even failed to offer evidence at the PI stage to support the charge against the media man.
Campbell previously worked at the Public Relations Department at the T. A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC).