On 10 July 2014, the headline of a report of the opening speech by the prosecution in proceedings for sexual offences against John Brown, the brother of politician and recording artist Dana Rosemary Scallon, may have suggested that the accused was guilty of the charges and Dana knew of his offences.
In fact, we are happy to make clear that this allegation was found to be false. Mr Brown was unanimously acquitted by a jury, and we apologise to Dana and her family for any contrary impression given.
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