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Rotherham abuse scandal: Grandfather of victim tells police chief: 'If I had a gun I would shoot you'
Victims of child sex abuse in Rotherham confronted beleaguered police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright on Thursday as he faced angry calls from members of the public to resign.
The victims accused Mr Wright of turning a blind eye to their suffering, while the grandfather of one young girl branded him a "disgrace" and threatened to shoot him when he appeared to answer questions at a meeting of South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Panel.
The man, who said his granddaughter was abused by four men who were later let off by police, shouted from the public gallery: "You were a disgrace, mate. If I had a gun I would shoot you."
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