Honestly I want more details on this story before passing judgement. I don't trust the BBC, to be frank, and there are just a lot of things that seem missing. On the face of it it's completely despicable, but I want to know the full details of what happened; what was the evidence against the officer? How plausible is the claim that he was helping these women? Did any of his accusers have incentive to put him behind bars? There's just far too much left to the imagination here.