I would think that someone should be charged with something along the lines of Involuntary manslaughter for this atrociousness. Again, we see the discount based on their ages (which aren't reported), and a more 'informal approach', whatever that is, was taken.
Sounds to me, like two criminals were allowed to get away with their crimes with no punishment.
Bryan Davies dies of heart attack after falsely being accused of paedophilia.
An innocent man, who suffered months of abuse in a Lancashire community after false claims he was a paedophile, has died of a heart attack.
Two girls alleged Bryan Davies, 63, had sexually touched them in August - but police found their claims were false and had no foundation.
His wife Debbie Davies believes the subsequent hate campaign in Accrington caused his death on Friday.
Police said they were continuing to provide support to the family.
"The doctor told me my husband died of a massive heart attack," Mrs Davies, 43, said.
"As far as I am concerned those girls are responsible for what happened to Bryan."They are just nasty individuals. They have got nothing between their ears, they are morons."
The allegations were made after the couple refused to let the girls sleep over at their house or walk their dog, Mrs Davies said.
Although the girls' stories were dismissed by officers Lancashire Police did not prosecute the pair.
A spokeswoman for the force said the decision was based on their ages and a more "informal approach" was taken with the the help of social services.
Police later handed out leaflets to locals in the neighbourhood to state officially the allegations were "false and without any foundation whatsoever".
But a brick through their window, slashed car tyres and constant shouts of "paedo" and "pervert" in the street increased Mr Davies's stress, his widow added.
Brick through window
The couple moved homes to another street in the town recently but malicious rumours spread and the abuse continued.
Mr Davies, originally from the Cardigan Bay area of Wales, had a brick thrown through the window of his house last week.
And on Friday he was taken to hospital with a kidney problem but slipped into unconsciousness and later died.
Lancashire Police said they had made "reassurance visits" to Mr Davies's house on 29 November and again on 1 December.
Insp David Mangan said: "Our neighbourhood policing teams have been working closely with Mr Davies and his wife throughout and every complaint has been taken very seriously.
"This is obviously a very sad time for Mr Davies's family and we are continuing to provide support for them."
Thanks to AFOR for the tip.