A young woman is trampled to death at a student party and everyone wants someone to blame. But who do we hold responsible when we are all guilty? Kirsty Johnston reports.

At the house where Sophia Crestani died, broken glass litters the road. Beer bottles lie strewn across the lawn. All the way up the concrete path to the student flat - known as The Manor - more glass crunches underfoot. At the door you can smell it, the sticky sweet smell of booze, oozing from the very pores of this 120-year-old home.

The whole place is steeped in alcohol,

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