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10-Mar-2016 19:14

Lady Scott took the 'wholly exceptional' decision to grant Daniel Cieslak an absolute discharge at the High Court in Glasgow today.Cieslak, 21, met the victim and her friend, aged 12 and 13, in a taxi queue in Edinburgh after a night out in the summer of 2015 and went back to a party with them thinking they were 16 and 17, a statement on the Judiciary of Scotland website said. Lady Scott said: 'You understood from chat in the taxi that the victim was 16 years old and her friend was 17 years old.Accordingly, it is very unlikely the Crown could prove a crime had the victim been over 13 years of age.'Cieslak became distressed when he was told the age of the victim by police officers and has dropped out of a college course, Lady Scott said.

The paper revealed that one member of the Facebook group allegedly referred to the hanging of a Mexican child as "piñata time."The students exchanged the memes in a Facebook messaging group that split from a "lighthearted" Facebook chat for recently admitted students.

While MHS believes all children deserve the very best education, the School is not right for every child, even if he or she meets the minimum requirements for age and family income.

For example, some children are not likely to adjust and do well in the School’s unique student home life environment, or have past behavioral problems that are likely to be disruptive.

The judge said Cieslak was culpable under 'strict liability', where victims under 13 are deemed by law to be incapable of consent.

But the judge said there were 'a number of exceptional circumstances' which applied.

The paper revealed that one member of the Facebook group allegedly referred to the hanging of a Mexican child as "piñata time."The students exchanged the memes in a Facebook messaging group that split from a "lighthearted" Facebook chat for recently admitted students.

While MHS believes all children deserve the very best education, the School is not right for every child, even if he or she meets the minimum requirements for age and family income.

For example, some children are not likely to adjust and do well in the School’s unique student home life environment, or have past behavioral problems that are likely to be disruptive.

The judge said Cieslak was culpable under 'strict liability', where victims under 13 are deemed by law to be incapable of consent.

But the judge said there were 'a number of exceptional circumstances' which applied.

Students who participated in the private forum received an email from Harvard saying their admission status was under review and they would have to explain themselves to be allowed to start classes at the school in the fall."As we understand you were among the members contributing such material to this chat, we are asking that you submit a statement by tomorrow at noon to explain your contributions and actions for discussion with the Admissions Committee," the email reportedly stated.