No idea why Ken’s name is here, sorry!
The difficulty with that is that he is innocent until proven guilty. If his guilt has not been proven (and he is not guilty in the eyes of the law) then by definition he is innocent. I’m not commenting on what happened there and have my own views but it is fair to describe someone who was not guilty as innocent on that presumption of innocence. I don’t want him at my club though!No, he isn't. There's no such terminology as 'innocent' in law. He was found 'not guilty', which simply means there was insufficient evidence to bring about a conviction.
It doesn't mean he's innocent. All you have to do is read what Evans himself admitting to doing that night, and if you don't find that morally repugnant, I don't know what to tell you.