Mike L2, your link is what's on Ched Evans's website. I referred to it as a partial account. Read the crimeline link I provided, which describes the young woman's state at the kebab shop, shortly before the offence was committed. The facts of the actual sexual activity are also there in some detail. You may not wish to delve, but this is just to say that the nature of the sexual activity itself is not in dispute.
You know, this is what always seems to happen. Someone who doesn't agree with you demands sources (which you know he will not accept in a million years anyway). You provide information that anyone with a computer, a forefinger and an enquiring mind could have found within minutes (I managed it and I'm as bloody thick as they come). In spite of that, you still get people who choose the one source which they think fits their mindset.
Yes you are cherrypicking. You prefer the tendentious partial version on Ched's website to the detailed, dispassionate and factual FULL account on the crimeline website. If you wish to form a fair opinion, that's entirely the wrong way to go about it. And if you have doubts about the justice system getting it right, tell us what precisely you think went wrong. The whole process, with all the evidence relevant to the case, is there for you to read. Pick out the flaws and let us know.