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I think you missed the point entirely.
In the particular case that has been the topic of discussion lately, you seem to be quite happy to ignore the concerns raised regarding the investigation. I suspect you are quite happy ignoring the concerns for broadly the same reasons the MPs seem to have conducted themselves the way they did, wanting to see someone pay. i.e. "March the guilty bastard in"
You can't fix a broken system by breaking the system in a different way. If people don't trust that they will get a fair investigation into allegations, then the system has failed.
Simply put, no one here has convinced me that the concerns about the investigation are all that legitimate. I'm not a lawyer nor a police officer, but I was never under the impression that investigating officers are required to interview suspects. No one here has provided any evidence to the contrary.
Nor do the family's claims that these texts would be exonerating seem convincing. Certainly if said texts were released, I'd read 'em and might come to a different conclusion. But they haven't been, so I'm left basing my conclusions upon the evidence I do have available to me: the clearly articulated and credible sounding account that the victim in this case told to the media.
Guilty people proclaim their innocence all the time.