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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.
A Durham University undergraduate, he was cleared of rape and sexual assault in January last year following a high-profile trial.
He faced separate charges relating to two woman who did not know each other.
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A man has walked free from court after pleading guilty to the rape of a 12-year-old girl.
In an impassioned speech, her last as a judge, the 64-year-old mother of a son and daughter said: 'We judges who see one sexual offence trial after another, have often been criticised for suggesting and putting more emphasis on what girls should and shouldn't do than on the act and the blame to be apportioned to rapists.'In another case from 2013, a judge called a victim a 'sexual predator.'In sentencing, Judge Nigel Peters apparently accepted the suggestions that a teenage victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was complicit in the abuse.
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.
An 'outstanding' Cambridge university undergraduate was found not guilty of raping a fellow student in her room following a night out.