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Sarah Payne Wednesday, 7 August, 2002, 15:48 GMT 16:48 UK
Sara and Michael Payne Paynes 'positive' after meeting
The parents of murdered Sarah Payne have a "productive" meeting with the home secretary, but he rejects calls for "Sarah's Law".
Police officers search a field near where Sarah disappeared Snatched on a summer's evening
Sarah Payne vanished seconds after playing with her sister and brothers in a cornfield.
Fibre evidence needs 'leap of faith'
The defence in the Sarah Payne trial says the prosecution case rests entirely on unreliable evidence from fibres.
Sarah trial hears doubts over van
A motor engineer tells the Sarah Payne trial a van seen near the abduction scene could not have been the one her alleged killer drove.
Sarah accused 'had scratches'
The man accused of killing schoolgirl Sarah Payne had three scratches on his body when arrested, a jury hears.
DNA 'proof' in Sarah case
A single strand of Sarah Payne's hair was found on a sweatshirt in Roy Whiting's van, "proving" he killed her, a court hears.
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