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26 Aug 14 16:37
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1,400 girls raped, abused and trafficked to other cities for the pleasure of pakistani men.

This can't be their normal culture, as I believe none of the girls were pakistani.

Does that make it racist?
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Report HH Sultan Vinegar April 18, 2015 10:03 AM BST
meanwhile the law in Rotherham is attending to other matters:

Woman arrested, held in cell for six hours and put on trial for 'over-pruning' tree
Karen Gaynor found not guilty by Rotherham magistrates after being put on trial following seven months on bail for causing 'unnecessary damage' to conifer.

Report naydam April 18, 2015 10:23 AM BST
I would assume that the police investigations into child abuse are still ongoing. However, you cannot, and should not, expect all other illegal and anti-social activities to be ignored.
Report guinness2dear April 18, 2015 10:35 AM BST
I would assume that the police investigations into child abuse are still ongoing.

Have they started YET?
Report naydam April 18, 2015 1:26 PM BST
Well, there have been prosecutions so the answer to that question must be 'yes'. I don't see how that could happen without police involvement.
Report naydam April 18, 2015 1:29 PM BST
That should probably be 'has been'...tricky one that.
Report Injera April 18, 2015 2:29 PM BST
Guinness - that story is horrendous. CryCryCry

Why is this not getting greater coverage in the political circus? This goes right to the heart of what's gone wrong in this country.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker April 19, 2015 12:47 AM BST
HH Sultan Vinegar    18 Apr 15 10:03 
meanwhile the law in Rotherham is attending to other matters:

Woman arrested, held in cell for six hours and put on trial for 'over-pruning' tree
Karen Gaynor found not guilty by Rotherham magistrates after being put on trial following seven months on bail for causing 'unnecessary damage' to conifer.


The tree huggers will like that.
Report alun2005 April 19, 2015 1:00 AM BST
I think this thread shows just how "Enriched" our country has been by the widespread Diversity and Vibrant Cultures that absolutely no-one here requested, less still voted for.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. May 2, 2015 1:33 PM BST
’Tis the election season, so promises fall from the lips of our leaders over key voting groups like blossom from an apple tree. Some promises are more cynical and stinky than others.
Take Ed Miliband, who told Muslim News last week that a future Labour government would outlaw Islamophobia, making it an aggravated crime.
“We are going to make sure it is marked on people’s records, with the police to make sure they root out Islamophobia as a hate crime,” said Miliband. “We are going to change the law so we make it absolutely clear of [sic] our abhorrence of hate crime and Islamophobia. It will be the first time that the police will record Islamophobic attacks right across the country.”
This is deeply disturbing. Do you reckon the Labour leader has read any of the recent reports into child-sex grooming gangs? You know, the ones that concluded that the main reason local authorities, police and social services did nothing to protect thousands of young girls from abuse at the hands of mainly Pakistani men was because they were afraid of appearing racist?

One taxi driver actually laughed as he informed his victim that her complaints would be in vain because “they won’t dare touch us”. He was absolutely right.
Shamefully, fear of alienating “the community” has guided the behaviour of Labour councils in parts of the country that have become bywords for the rape, torture and trafficking of mainly vulnerable white girls.
Far from focusing on Islamophobia, Mr Miliband should be directing Labour apparatchiks, brainwashed about the joys of multiculturalism, to root out the hate crime of misogyny, still considered acceptable by so many in “the community”. A phobia is an irrational fear.
It’s perfectly rational to be outraged by the figures that follow: Rochdale 65, Rotherham 1,400, Newcastle 93, Manchester 650, Derby 27... and on and on, in pain and infamy.
These figures are the recorded instances of vile abuse against girls in Labour areas that rely on the Muslim vote. When tallied up, the tally stands at well in excess of 4,000 children.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 2, 2015 10:25 PM BST
And I bet the Labour candidate is odds-on in Rotherham.
Report Ibrahima Sonko May 2, 2015 10:34 PM BST
the way i see it, a person that votes for labour , votes for child abuse.

Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 2, 2015 11:11 PM BST
Report naydam May 3, 2015 2:08 AM BST
I'm sure that one or two Labour voters would wish to disagree with that slur.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 3, 2015 10:02 AM BST

Labour voters voted Labour in.

Labour, along with the police, covered up the abuse of 1,400 girls.

Why would anybody want to vote them back in?
Report naydam May 3, 2015 10:17 AM BST
Well, it would seem that child abuse is a much more popular pastime than I thought. As far as I can estimate, about one third of the population will be voting Labour. This, according to your post, equates to one third of the population voting FOR child abuse.
Bearing in mind that there are probably child abusers who DON'T vote for Labour...that could mean that the majority of the population are child abusers! I find this quite worrying.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 3, 2015 10:42 AM BST
It was in this constituency that it was covered up by the ruling party.

That is quite clear.

How do the newspapers that called Nick Griffin racist when he reported on this abuse feel now?

For all I care they could call him all the c*nts under the sun.

But I find it amazing how politicians will apologise for slavery that happened 200 years ago, but haven't apologised to Griffin for something he said less than 15 years ago, that was proved to be correct.

Other constituencies may be the same.

As the BBC report this morning, child abuse in Birmingham could be set to pass the levels of Rotherham. 

It would seem odd to me that abuse of this level has not been uncovered yet, but that's exactly what happened in Rotherham.

If the local party that covered it up was Tory I'd say the same thing.

If any political party loses any seat, because that region of their party covered up child abuse, that would be a lesson to learn about keeping things under cover.

Why the fack would you vote the same lot back in again?
Report Ibrahima Sonko May 3, 2015 10:49 AM BST
well said.

Labour voters have no morals, they dont care about child abuse.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. May 3, 2015 11:02 AM BST
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And I bet the Labour candidate is odds-on in Rotherham.

1/5 on  The locals are voting for more of the same.  White schoolgirls are in danger in these areas. Would you want your daughter anywhere near any Asians in places like Rotherham? They will have to leave or be abused.
Report Tallywagger. May 3, 2015 11:30 AM BST
Did you see the pictures of the Labour Party hustings in Birmingham ? You can over at Guido.

Women weren't allowed to sit with the men (you can guess why) I suppose  this is what those on the left like to call "progressive"

Imagine if it were Ukip or the Tories. BBC would have gone into meltdown.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 3, 2015 11:41 AM BST
I wouldn't live there.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. May 5, 2015 8:09 PM BST
Children in the Black Country are being sexually exploited, with gangs similar to those in Rotherham operating in the West Midlands, says a police report.

The heavily-redacted findings reveal there are ‘significant similarities’ between child sex abuse here and the scandal in Yorkshire.

The findings are revealed in a West Midlands Police report entitled Child Sexual Exploitation, which was produced in October last year but has only now been made public.

The report reveals:
Organised gangs, typically of Asian origin, are targeting victims at children’s homes and schools
They are also using hotels and parks for ‘house parties’ to abuse youngsters
Victims are usually white females aged 13-16
210 children or young people were sexually exploited or at risk of sexual exploitation in the West Midlands in the first six months of 2014
It is marked as ‘restricted’ and large sections of information have been redacted – blacked out.

In Wolverhampton, the city council’s processes are criticised and the report states: “Inference: There are significant numbers of child sex exploitation victims that are not identified by the Wolverhampton local authority.”

A map showing two ‘clusters’ where there have been ‘high concentrations’ of ‘referrals’ in the city is among the items to have been covered up. Certain postcodes and a list of areas in Wolverhampton have also been redacted.

None of the councils in Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley have escaped criticism in the report, which was compiled in October last year but has only now been made available to the public.

Other hotspots in the region are Lye, Brierley Hill, Tipton, Smethwick and Rowley Regis in Sandwell, Willenhall and Walsall town centre.

But council bosses don’t know how many children are being abused and some of the information needed to identify abuse is ‘non-existent’.

Abuse is a top priority, say police
West Midlands Police said officers ‘across the force’ had in the past year been trained how to deal with child sex exploitation and tackling the problem was a ‘top priority’.
The force recently created 10 ‘child sex exploitation co-ordinator’ roles, one for each on its 10 local policing units.
Assistant Chief Constable Carl Foulkes said: “Child sex exploitation affects all communities and remains a top priority for us – nothing is more important in policing than protecting vulnerable people.
“The responsibility of tackling this lies with every police officer, staff member, PCSO and special constable.
“Over the last 12 months the force has carried out extensive work to train officers across the force in identifying and dealing with child sex exploitation so we can improve the outcomes for victims.
“A primary role of a co-ordinator is to review all missing and absent child records and record the incident appropriately.
“If the assessment is that the child has been exposed to child sex exploitation, Children’s Services are informed and a professionals meeting is conducted, whereby all details and information is shared.”
All the Black Country councils have come under fire for not sharing enough information about potential victims.

The 125-page report was released by West Midlands Police after a Freedom of Information request. But lots of details remain redacted. It reveals that between January and June last year, 210 children were identified by councils as having been ‘sexually exploited or at risk of sexual exploitation’. But a lack of processes to identify potential victims means there could be many more slipping through the net.

Police said it was ‘difficult’ to say how many were being abused, or at risk of being abused. The report compares the situation to Rotherham, where at least 1,400 youngsters were sexually exploited by gangs between 1997 and 2013. It states: “An assessment of all child sex exploitation profiles produced by West Midlands Police since 2010 identifies a consistent profile in relation to victims, locations and offenders. There are significant similarities to the Rotherham victim/offender and location profiles. It remains difficult to quantify how many child abuse crimes or incidents have actually occurred within the West Midlands.”

Offenders are said to be typically Asian, of Pakistani origin, aged 17 to 40. Most victims are white females aged 13 to 16.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. May 5, 2015 8:14 PM BST
December 16, 2010 11:30 am    LAST UPDATED: December 16, 2010 3:39 pm
Labour regain control of Wolverhampton City Council

Labour was today back in charge of Wolverhampton City Council after seizing power from the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. May 5, 2015 8:14 PM BST
December 16, 2010 11:30 am    LAST UPDATED: December 16, 2010 3:39 pm
Labour regain control of Wolverhampton City Council

Labour was today back in charge of Wolverhampton City Council after seizing power from the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats.
Report mad mad moon May 5, 2015 8:29 PM BST
This was briefly mentioned on 5 live today, but had to trawl through the "regions" to find it on the BBC news website.
Obviously not as important as a "sexist jibe" made 6 months ago by a UKIP candidate.

Fresh evidence has emerged that authorities in Rotherham were warned about child sexual exploitation in 2003 and again in 2006.
Police and council officials took no action despite being told organised gangs were grooming and abusing girls.
Ex-South Yorkshire Police drugs analyst Angie Heal said she "cannot fathom" why her reports did not lead to action.
Last year, an inquiry found 1,400 children were abused by gangs of men, mainly of Pakistani origin.
The abuse happened between 1997 and 2013.
In the first report, released under a Freedom of Information request by The Sheffield Star, Dr Heal warned in 2003 there was no room for complacency over the issue.
However, in a follow-up report three years later, she again detailed the problem saying the situation in Rotherham was established and very serious.
'No holds barred'
The reports, which also highlighted child sexual exploitation in Sheffield, said girls in Rotherham were being abused by gangs also involved in drug dealing and violence.
The findings came about after Dr Heal was appointed in her capacity as a strategic drugs analyst to carry out research on drug use, drug dealing and related problems in the county from 2002 to 2006.
The 2014 Jay report, which uncovered the scale of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, makes reference to Dr Heal's 2003 report being contained in an information pack, which was presented to Rotherham Council in November 2004.
It also states both the 2003 and 2006 reports were sent to high ranking offices and other agencies including South Yorkshire Police's district commander and chief superintendents.
Rotherham Council, which is now run by government appointed commissioners, said it had been "unable to find any reference to the documents being formally considered" by the authority.
"I just cannot fathom why no action, no concerted action, was taken," said Dr Heal, who has since left the South Yorkshire force.
"There didn't seem to be a co-ordinated response from senior police officers to this really, really serious crime."
Speaking to the Victoria Derbyshire programme, one abuse victim said the lack of intervention was "sickening".
"They knew what was happening yet they still let myself and many others suffer and be raped on a daily basis."
"Even 13 years on, I've been fighting constantly just for answers."
Findings 'widely known'
South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Alan Billings said agencies knew about Dr Heal's reports at the time but were focusing on other issues.
"The reports are utterly shocking. When you read them there's no holds barred," he said.
"They went not only to police and local government but to safeguarding boards and the national government. It was widely known what she said.
"I think there are more people that have questions to answer than the police. The only sense I can make of it is that at that time, police were prioritising other things like burglary and car theft. I don't think anyone understood what grooming was."
In a statement, South Yorkshire Police admitted to past failings and pointed to an ongoing investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission into misconduct issues.
It said it had made "significant progress" in tackling child sexual exploitation but understood more "needs to be done".
"Anyone that understood the issues of child sexual exploitation and abuse would have thought there was a moral duty to act, let alone a legal duty," Dr Heal added.
"It meant that a significant number, over 1,400, continued to be abused, exploited, raped, their families devastated by what happened.
"It makes me really angry and very upset that it was allowed to continue."
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 5, 2015 9:42 PM BST
mad mad moon    05 May 15 20:29 
This was briefly mentioned on 5 live today, but had to trawl through the "regions" to find it on the BBC news website.
Obviously not as important as a "sexist jibe" made 6 months ago by a UKIP candidate.

What else do you expect from the bunch of luvvies and paedos that infest the BBC.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 13, 2015 10:35 PM BST
Oooh look

Rotherham have got a police force.
Report Ibrahima Sonko May 27, 2015 7:10 PM BST
We are going to need more prisons

Police in Keighley, West Yorkshire have charged 14 men and a 16-year-old boy with sex offences including the rape of a girl under the age of 16. The offences relate primarily to one female victim, with one allegation involving a second who was also under 16 at the time.

The offences are alleged to have occurred between 2011 and 2012. In echoes of the recent Rotherham grooming case, the 15 males, all with Muslim names, are due to appear before Bradford Magistrates Court on 30 June.

The 16-year-old cannot be named for legal reasons, but the 14 men have been named as:

Sufyan Ziarab, 22, of Keighley, charged with two counts of rape.

Yasser Kabir, 24, of Keighley, charged with four counts of rape.

Bilal Ziarab, 20, of Bradford, charged with two counts of rape.

Tauqeer Hussain, 22, of Keighley, charged with four counts of rape.

Israr Ali, 19, of Keighley, charged with two counts rape.

Rohail Iqbal, 21, of Keighley, charged with rape.

Rohail Hussain, 18, of Keighley, charged with rape.

Nasir Khan, 23, of Keighley, charged with three counts of rape.

Saqib Younis, 28, of Keighley, charged with two counts of rape.

Hussain Sardar, 18, of Keighley, charged with two counts of rape.

Zain Ali, 20, of Keighley, charged with two counts of rape.

Faisal Khan, 26, of Keighley, charged with two counts of rape.

Khalid Raja Mahmood, 34, of Keighley, charged with five counts rape.

Mohamed Akram, 62, of Keighley, charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.

Last September, the Telegraph and Argus reported that 28 men had been arrested in Keighley for alleged offences against four girls as police investigated allegations of child sexual exploitation.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police confirmed to Breitbart London that yesterday’s charges are related to those arrests, adding that arrests had been ongoing since 2012.

A total of 54 suspects were arrested across the Bradford district, of which Keighley is part, in the five months from October 2012. They followed the conviction of Shazad Rehman and Bilal Hussain for raping a 14-year-old girl “one after the other”, as well as raping other teenage girls after luring them into cars. Rehman was jailed for 18 and a half years while Hussain was sentenced to 17 and a half years.

At the time, Chief Superintendent Angela Williams said that police were aware of networks that exist between groups of child abusers.

“Obviously I cannot discuss ongoing cases, but we are aware of networks and how those involved work in an organised and deliberate fashion.”

The arrests follows the story of 1400 young, predominantly white girls who were systematically groomed and raped at the hands of mostly Pakistani men in Rotherham, 50 miles from Keighley.

It has been suggested that authorities routinely turn blind eyes to these cases for fear of being labelled “racist”.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker May 28, 2015 1:00 PM BST
Not wanting to upset the luvvies, I'll put a white honky in the frame to keep them happy.

It was recently reported that Cyril Smith was 'allegedly' stopped on the M1 in the 1980s and found to have child pornography in his car.

He made one call to a third party in London, who spoke to the nick where he was being held, and he was immediately released.

This morning, the news revealed that the police, after a 'thorough investigation',can find no trace of the officer(s) who stopped him.

What a surprise.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. June 14, 2015 10:17 AM BST
The Labour council of Rotherham stands accused of ignoring child sex abuse on an unimaginable scale for 16 years. There can be no more serious charge against a public body. Former councillors who dismissed evidence or otherwise attempted to pervert the course of justice should be arrested. Officers who snubbed appeals from desperate children and their families have no place in our police force.
Thus far, a mere five men have been jailed in connection with the disgusting crimes in Rotherham. A further 30 are under investigation. We need a campaign to get other abused children to come forward and receive the appropriate help. We need them to identify the perpetrators. Shame and name, and shame again. Above all, we need those girls to know that what was done to them was criminal, and the way those crimes were ignored and suppressed by powerful men with a political agenda was despicable as well as criminal. To avoid rocking the multicultural boat, they fed 1,400 children to the sharks. No just God would stand for what they did.
Report minardi June 14, 2015 11:10 AM BST
Even casualty had a storyline based on pakistani child grooming/pimping last night - quiet brave for the beeb.
Report naydam June 14, 2015 12:54 PM BST
I think A.H.HUNTER esq. Has it about right. There should be two investigations going on here. One to identify and prosecute the rapists/molesters/abusers/traffickers.
The other should be into the actions, or inactions,  of the people whose job it was to prevent this kind of despicable activity and provide safe sanctuary for vulnerable children. How many reports would a normal person need to hear before they acted...and f**k the consequences?

The whole comfortable system needs to be investigated...they're all a bunch of 'jobsworths'. But they weren't doing their f**king jobs!! Angry
Report treetop June 14, 2015 5:54 PM BST
This investigation seems to be ongoing and has as much chance of being honestly compiled at he chilcot enquiry.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker June 14, 2015 11:36 PM BST
14 Jun 15 12:54 
How many reports would a normal person need to hear before they acted...and f**k the consequences?

One of the very early reports of widespread abuse by pakistani men in this area was brushed aside all over the newspapers as 'blatant racism.'

The man who reported it was Nick Griffin.

Like him or not, he was right, but not one newspaper has published an apology.
Report Wesdag June 24, 2015 6:01 PM BST

Give yourselves a pat on the back for keeping up the pressure for justice.
Report broadsword June 24, 2015 6:14 PM BST
The agency said two of those under investigation were serving or former Rotherham councillors.
Report guinness2dear June 24, 2015 9:09 PM BST
Wait until plod and others are named. A systemic abuse of children hidden by those in power for political gain..
Report spellingandgrammarchecker June 25, 2015 11:35 AM BST
Police have stated  that there are 300 suspects in the Rotherham abuse enquiry, and 2 of those are serving, or former, Rotherham councillors.
Report guinness2dear June 25, 2015 2:37 PM BST
And no arrests...
Report boxingthefox June 25, 2015 2:47 PM BST
One suspect out on bail skipped the country, according to last nights news. Out on fecking bailAngryAngryAngry
Report guinness2dear June 25, 2015 3:05 PM BST
He probably had 50k in his bank account as well..
Report pumphol. June 25, 2015 3:17 PM BST
guinness2dear    24 Jun 15 21:09 
Wait until plod and others are named. A systemic abuse of children hidden by those in power for political gain..

It will all come out in the wash around 2050 when 95% of those accused will either be dead or have dry rot of the brain Sad
Report guinness2dear June 25, 2015 3:23 PM BST
That looks like the plan. Apparently this was "Phase 1 of the investigation"

They know who the culprits are, they always have. Whether that is the abusers, or those who hid it. Part of me wants the 'hiders' to get more punishment. Utter filth of the highest order..
Report A.H HUNTER esq. June 25, 2015 6:50 PM BST
The former deputy leader of the shamed Labour council that failed to protect generations of children from sexual abuse last night flatly refused to apologise to the victims.
There was growing outrage over the failures by Rotherham council, which turned a blind eye while Pakistani grooming gangs sexually preyed on an estimated 2,000 girls.
As it emerged that a string of those responsible have gone on to lucrative jobs at other councils – some in charge of safeguarding children – the Labour former deputy council leader Jahangir Akhtar was asked if he wanted to apologise to the victims of sexual abuse.

In response, he shouted: ‘Absolutely not – go away.’ He refused to open the front door of his £150,000 detached home near the centre of Rotherham.
Mr Akhtar, 54, who has previously been pictured standing shoulder to shoulder with Labour leader Ed Miliband, was forced to ‘step aside’ from his role as deputy leader following allegations that he had been involved in a deal to help a relative accused of grooming an underage girl. He then lost his seat to Ukip at last year’s local elections.
Meanwhile, Shaun Wright – head of children’s services at Rotherham council from 2005 to 2010 who was forced to quit as South Yorkshire police commissioner after fierce criticism of his role – yelled abuse when questioned about the report by a reporter.

At his luxury five-bedroom house on an exclusive executive estate outside Rotherham, Mr Wright, 46, told the reporter: ‘I’m not in the public domain any more – you have no right. Just get off my property. I’m not talking!’
The council’s former leader, Roger Stone, who like Mr Wright refused to co-operate with an inspection into the affair which this week branded the authority ‘in denial’, was not at his home and failed to respond to telephone messages.

After the entire council cabinet was forced to resign, the Prime Minister said yesterday that the same phenomenon was occuring across the country in Labour controlled boroughs.
On a trip to Leeds, David Cameron promised that extra resources would be provided to Rotherham council if needed.
But he added: ‘Let’s not pretend this is a problem of money. It was mismanagement, political correctness, sexism. This is not a failure of resources, it was a failure of leadership. We need to tackle this across other parts of the country too.’

Mr Akhtar has been connected to numerous aspects of the scandal that led to the council failing to identify and act on the abuse of girls
Incredibly, despite the scandal, many of those responsible for the shocking failures at the Labour-run council have walked into highly paid roles elsewhere.
The council’s former chief executive Ged Fitzgerald – accused of allowing one report warning of child sex grooming to be suppressed and another ignored – is now earning £199,500 a year as chief executive of Liverpool City Council. Jackie Wilson – who was responsible for safeguarding children in Rotherham during the years when widespread sex grooming crimes were going unpunished – now earns £90,000-a-year as assistant director for children and families in the neighbouring town of Doncaster.
Former deputy council leader Mr Akhtar – described in the report as a ‘powerful figure’ in the town with ‘influence that extended to the police’ – is a former taxi driver with a criminal conviction for his role in a violent brawl.
He came in for sustained criticism in this week’s scathing report by government adviser Louise Casey, which recorded how ‘members, officers and others spoke about him with a level of fear’.
‘Some were concerned when speaking to inspectors that what they said would get back to him,’ it said, even though he was no longer on the council.
He has been connected to numerous aspects of the scandal that led to the council failing to identify and act on the abuse of girls.
His cousin, Arshad Hussain, was named as a ‘boyfriend’ by up to 18 girls who spoke to social workers as part of the Risky Business outreach group, aimed at youngsters who were at risk of being lured into prostitution.
The married father-of-five was accused in a report in The Times last year of helping to arrange a deal where Hussain returned one of his young alleged victims who had gone missing from home to police.

Read more:
Report Ibrahima Sonko June 26, 2015 4:36 PM BST
West Midlands Police withheld a report warning that more than 100 predominantly white children – some only 13 years old – were at serious risk of child exploitation for fear it could inflame racial tension ahead of a General Election. It was finally revealed today, under the Freedom of Information Act, that Britain’s second largest police force withheld the March 2010 document – ‘Problem Profile, Operation Protection’ – which set out how grooming gangs of 75 mainly Muslim men from Birmingham targeted schools and children’s homes across the West Midlands.

The Daily Mail reports the document also described the use of white girls to recruit other vulnerable targets on the gangs’ behalf, but fears of prompting confrontation ahead of the May 2010 General Election and an English Defence League rally in April leading to a “backlash against law abiding citizens from Asian/Pakistani communities” led to the report being suppressed.

It appears that the motivation for the secrecy is similar to that lying behind the Rotherham cover up scandal. There police and social workers stand accused of being too concerned about being labelled racist to prosecute properly the sex crimes involving 1,400 children.

Despite receiving the warnings which identified a potential 139 victims of which more than half were aged 13 to 15, senior officers in the West Midlands did not warn the public or appeal for information about the men responsible, most with a history of sexual violence. The victims were from Birmingham, Dudley and Walsall, half lived with their parents and 41 per cent were in care.

The Daily Mail quotes several passages, albeit heavily redacted for publication. One reads:

“In (redacted) a teacher at a (redacted) that a group of Asian males were approaching pupils at the school gate and grooming them. Strong anecdotal evidence shows this MO (modus operandi) is being used across the force.

“Operations in other forces have identified an MO where offenders use a young girl in a children’s home to target and groom other residents on their behalf.

“This has also been evidenced within the force in (redacted) and (redacted).

“The girl’s motivation to recruit new victims is often that the provision of new girls provides her a way to escape the cycle of abuse.”

Another passage states:

“The vast majority of identified suspects (79 per cent) are Asian (59 of 75), 12 per cent are white and five per cent are African Caribbean. 62 per cent of Asian suspects are of Pakistani origin.

“Pakistani males account for half of all identified suspects in the force (37 of 75).

“Offenders are likely to have a history of previous sexual offences, as well as a wide range of other offences and convictions.

“A high level of organised criminality has now been evidenced both across the force area and regionally, with multiple offenders working together to identify, groom and abuse victims.

“In a number of organised groups victims are forced into prostitution and high levels of intimidation and force are used to keep the victims compliant.”

The report set out the problems of inflaming community tension in the following passage which explained why it was covered up:

“The predominant offender profile of Pakistani Muslim males… combined with the predominant victim profile of white females has the potential to cause significant community tensions.

“There is a potential for a backlash against the vast majority of law abiding citizens from Asian/Pakistani communities from other members of the community believing their children have been exploited.

“These factors, combined with an EDL protest in Dudley in April and a General Election in May could notably increase community tension.

“Police will be criticised if it appears we have not safeguarded vulnerable children, investigated offences and prosecuted offenders.”

The Daily Mail reports the opinion of Barnado’s chief executive Javed Khan: “Because so many vulnerable children were ignored by the authorities, groomers got away with exploiting them for years. Ensuring the cases against groomers go to trial is vital in giving sexually exploited children confidence that the justice system does work for them; that if they come forward, they will be believed and supported.”

West Midlands Police now claim to have changed their approach following “significant cultural change within the force” and that “as a result of our efforts and without doubt the coverage within local and national media, we are seeing more victims coming forward to report abuse, knowing we will take their allegations seriously and treat them sensitively and respectfully.”
Report guinness2dear June 26, 2015 4:39 PM BST
"Knowing we will take their allegations seriously"

What a telling inditement on plod...
Report spellingandgrammarchecker June 30, 2015 1:03 AM BST
Report Ibrahima Sonko July 2, 2015 4:03 PM BST
Taxi drivers in Rotherham have gone on indefinite strike over new rules forcing them to install CCTV in their vehicles. The policy becomes effective Monday and is one of the key recommendations of the Jay Report which estimated that 1,400 children were sexually exploited in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013 after being trafficked by local Asian gangs.

The cost of installation has been cited by the striking drivers as the reason for their action. The town has about 50 Hackney Carriage taxis and 800 private hire vehicles which the council want to ensure retain the confidence of their public users.

Cab operators took action last weekend and protested outside the Town Hall on Monday. They have not said how long the current action will last and are also planning a “slow” drive through the town.

Driver Rajah Khan told the BBC: “It [the new policy] is draconian and punitive. We condemn those people who have been involved in child grooming but do not tar us all with the same brush.”

The new licensing policy also requires drivers to adhere to a dress code, reviews licences and introduces additional background checks.

Karl Battersby, from the council, said: “The starting point of all this is about public confidence in the trade. We are looking at whether people are ‘fit and proper’ to have a license.”

He said the council was meeting again with taxi representatives on Monday and will “encourage them to work with us rather than a situation which causes disruption to the public.”

The Jay Report was published last August and the latest move to screen and control taxi drivers belies the fact that despite the scale of organised child sexual abuse exposed, some on girls as young as nine, only a few arrests have been made. No social workers or police officers have been reprimanded.

A second follow-up report published in February by Louise Casey, commissioned by the then communities secretary, Eric Pickles, found it an uncontested fact that children in Rotherham were “sexually exploited by men who came largely from the Pakistani heritage community” and that not enough was done to acknowledge this, stop it happening, protect children, support victims and apprehend perpetrators.

Two Rotherham taxi drivers who were arrested on suspicion of sexual offences against under-age girls had their licences revoked in April. The men, aged 36 and 37, were bailed after being detained, according to the BBC.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 2, 2015 6:14 PM BST
By the time the dodgy ones get nicked for their past, and the illegals are deported, there could be half the number of drivers gone.
Report A.H HUNTER esq. July 2, 2015 6:43 PM BST
Shaun Wright, former Police and Crime Commissioner of South YorkshireShaun Wright: The former police boss will not face investigation, the IPCC has confirmed
Former police boss Shaun Wright will not face investigation over his knowledge of the Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal.

Mr Wright resigned as a South Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner after a shocking report revealed 1,400 children had been abused.

The report said girls as young as 11 were raped and many trafficked to other town and cities in the north.

Victims were abducted, beaten and intimidated, mainly by gangs of Pakistani heritage.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) received three complaints against Mr Wright in the wake of the scandal.

They said they can only investigate commissioners if there is evidence they may have committed a criminal offence, either while in office or prior to them taking up the role.

Details of the decision were revealed at a meeting of South Yorkshire’s police and crime panel at Rotherham Town Hall this week.

A report to the meeting said: “Three complaints were referred to the IPCC in relation to the former police commissioner.

“The IPCC commissioner has recently written to the legal advisor to theeffect the IPCC does not intend to investigate the complaints further as the letters of complaint did not provide any actual evidence to support the claim the previous police and crime commissioner committed a criminal offence.

“The IPCC’s decision is therefore that there is insufficient information to suggest Mr Wright may have committed a criminal act and hence there is no requirement for an IPCC investigation.

“The IPCC further stated that if concerns arise later that might merit this decision being reconsidered, the matter should be referred backto them.”

Mr Wright resigned as South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner in September - having been elected in November 2012.

Prior to being elected commissioner, Mr Wright had been a Rotherham Council member and was responsible for overseeing children’s services between 2005 and 2010.

A spokesman for the IPCC said: “The IPCC received two referrals from South Yorkshire’s Police and Crime Panel in September and December 2014 relating to Shaun Wright, Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire.

“The referrals stemmed from three complaints about Mr Wright’s role at Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council and his alleged knowledge of child sexual exploitation, following publication of Alexis Jay’s Independent Enquiry into Child Sexual Exploitation in Rotherham.

“The IPCC can only investigate Police and Crime Commissioners if there is evidence that they may have committed a criminal offence, eitherwhile in office or prior to them becoming Police and Crime Commissioners.

“The IPCC carefully considered the allegations against Mr Wright, thefindings of the Jay Report and Louise Casey’s review of Rotherham MBC.

“There was no evidence, from any source, to suggest that Mr Wright may have committed a criminal offence. It has therefore been decided there is no requirement for an investigation involving the IPCC.”
Report naydam July 2, 2015 6:44 PM BST
That's how it should be. There has been reports for years regarding dodgy 'minicab' drivers for various. The whole business needs to be more tightly controlled.
The camera could also prove the drivers innocence in some cases. There can be no argument against it.
They need to tell these striking drivers that this kind of disruption will not go well at licence renewal time.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 7, 2015 4:11 PM BST
TWO men and a woman have been charged by police over child sex offences as part of an operation which has now seen 19 people arrested.

Qurban Ali (52), has been charged with indecent assault, rape and procuring a child to have unlawful sexual intercourse with another.

Karen MacGregor (58), has been charged with conspiring to procure a child to become a common prostitute and unlawful imprisonment.

MacGregor and Ali are also jointly charged with conspiracy to rape.

Majid Ali Bostan (37) has been charged with indecent assault.

They have been bailed to appear before Rotherham Magistrates’ Court next Tuesday.

Arshid Hussain (40) who has previously been charged with 45 offences relating to child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, has also been jointly charged with conspiracy to rape.

He failed to attend court last week but was bailed until next Tuesday.

All four were arrested as part of Operation Clover, a joint investigation by South Yorkshire Police in partnership with Rotherham Borough Council and the Crown Prosecution Service.

She sounds English to me. 

A further woman has been charged with offences relating to child sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1993 and 1995.

Shelley Davies, 40, has been charged with conspiracy to procure a child to become a prostitute and unlawful imprisonment. She is jointly charged with conspiracy to rape alongside 52-year-old Qurban Ali, 58-year-old Karen MacGregor and 40-year-old Arshid Hussain, who were charged yesterday.

She has been bailed to appear before Rotherham Magistrates' Court on Tuesday July 7.

White women in cahoots with asians?
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 7, 2015 6:10 PM BST
Report A.H HUNTER esq. July 10, 2015 8:12 PM BST
For five years from the age of 11, Sarah Wilson was groomed and raped by Rotherham paedophiles who showered with gifts and made her feel special in what was to become one of the biggest abuse scandals in the UK.
The now 23-year-old admits she became so 'brainwashed' by the older British Pakistani men in the South Yorkshire town she considered it normal for them to expect to have sex with her in return for all they had given her.
Writing an emotional account of her harrowing experience in new book Violated, Sarah, whose sister Laura was murdered, reveals she was plied with alcohol and cannabis by sexual predators.
They habitually abused her until she was 16, when they lost interest because she was no longer underage.

From the age of 11 to 17, Sarah, pictured as a teenager, was in the grip of the paedophiles who forced her to have sex with them. She has now written a book - Violated - about it

Sarah has shared her story in a book in the hope it will help others and raise awareness
The abuse, which sent shockwaves across the nation, took place in Rotherham between 1997 The year Labour were elected and 2013.
And Sarah, who is now a mother, was not alone. A report revealed that, since the 1990s, up to 1,400 young girls in the Yorkshire town had been regularly abused by sex gangs, predominantly composed of Asian men.
A National Crime Agency investigation, which could run until 2018, last month announced that it had so far identified 300 suspects
The suspects are ‘predominantly’ Asian men from the South Yorkshire town and include two who have worked for the council. Their victims are mainly white, British, underage and ‘vulnerable’ girls.
Sarah, who has waived her right to anonymity, said had no idea she was a victim of grooming.
She was raped by a 30-year-old man in a school playground at night when she was just 11, leaving her feeling ashamed and disgusted.
And it was just after her 12th birthday that Sarah got into a car with a fat 35-year-old British Pakistani man who took her virginity.
She explains: 'From the age of 11, I was showered with gifts from men in their twenties and thirties who pretended they were my friends.
'They told me I was beautiful and bought me anything I wanted: phones, clothes, takeaway food, cigarettes and, of course, alcohol and drugs. Some even claimed that they loved me. 
'By the time they took me to strange towns to have sex with them and all their mates, aged 12, I was so brainwashed I thought it was normal.'
Such was the scale of the grooming in the South Yorkshire town at the time, Sarah said 'lots of girls were being groomed like I was. To us, grooming was normal.'
Describing the horrific sexual abuse she was subjected to, Sarah said: 'Some nights, I was driven hundreds of miles away and ordered to have sex with as many as seven men in a row.'
She said refusing wasn't an option.
'How could I say no? I didn't want to be stranded with no money to get home and they'd got me hooked on the alcohol and drugs they knew I couldn't afford myself.
'Plus, they'd threatened to petrol bomb my family home if I didn't do as they said,' she said.

She revealed: 'My mum reported me missing countless times but the police barely batted an eyelid.
'The reason? In their opinion, we'd agreed to this. We kept going back to these men, so surely they couldn't be raping us.
Girls like me - and our families - were crying out for help, but no one listened. Politicians were worried that addressing the issue of grooming by British Pakistani men would "give oxygen" to racism
'As for my social workers, they put me in a children's home, where my abusers collected me in taxis every single day. When they brought me back in the early hours of the morning, the staff even paid the fare.
'Girls like me - and our families - were crying out for help, but no one listened. Politicians were worried that addressing the issue of grooming by British Pakistani men would "give oxygen" to racism.'
Sarah recalls: 'When I was 17, I eventually escaped my abusers, with the help of my mum and a friend from the British Pakistani community who intervened. By then, I was too old for the men who'd groomed me.'
Justice started to be served in November 2010 when five men were jailed for a string of sexually related offences against girls in 2010. This was later revealed to be just the tip of the iceberg.
An investigation by The Times found thousands of girls had been victims of sexual predators.
This led to further investigations and by February 2015, South Yorkshire Police said up to 29 people had been charged with child sexual exploitation offences in Rotherham.
Now free of the men who abused her, Sarah is slowly trying to move on with her life.
She said: 'The scars of years of abuse don't heal overnight.
'I'm 23 now and I still feel anxious going into town alone. I rarely use taxis, as so many of the men who raped me were taxi drivers.
'I've struggled to do the things many young women take for granted, like going to college and getting a full-time job.
'If I didn't have such a supportive family, I worry I'd have turned to drugs or crime - or that I'd be dead.'
Report Ibrahima Sonko July 10, 2015 8:22 PM BST
Sometimes you have to pinch yourself to stop yourself from thinking you are reading something that had happened in a 3rd world country.

Must be one of the most disgusting things in history to happen to british people on there home turf.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 10, 2015 9:25 PM BST
It's bad enough Ibrahima, but it was made a hell of a lot worse by the covering up by the police and council officials just to stop accusations of racism, and keep the Labour vote strong.

I believe the breaking of the story was a major factor towards Labour's defeat in the election.

And some of those who no longer work in this borough, have got the same jobs in child services elsewhere, including one female who is just down the road in Doncaster.

Facking unbelievable.

It will take a long long while for the stench of this to go away.
Report guinness2dear July 10, 2015 9:56 PM BST
I said on this fred pages ok that plod and others knew what was happening. 5 years or so before it's all sorted so still plenty of time for those involved at whatever level to either die or spend some time with Big Marlon and a bar of soap..
Report Ibrahima Sonko July 10, 2015 10:26 PM BST
The police knew what was was happening but they are so caught up in pay rises they have forgotten their ROLE.

I would not trust a policeman to shovel sh1t off the pavement, police are not fit for purpose. Police should protect the public.
Report Wesdag July 10, 2015 11:31 PM BST
I believe the breaking of the story was a major factor towards Labour's defeat in the election.


If so, it didn't seem to bother the people of Rotherham where Labour increased their share of the vote.
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 10, 2015 11:41 PM BST
What did you expect when the place is packed with pakistani paedophiles, a vote for UKIP? 

The very same cab drivers who are going on strike against having CCTV in their cabs.
Report Wesdag July 10, 2015 11:44 PM BST
So how come UKIP got 30% of the vote?
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 10, 2015 11:45 PM BST
I didn't think you liked arguing, troll?
Report pumphol. July 10, 2015 11:47 PM BST
Arrests are expected in 2049 when most participants will have already died.
Report Wesdag July 10, 2015 11:51 PM BST

Hmm...anyone who happens to disagree with your view of the world?
Report pumphol. July 10, 2015 11:54 PM BST
Alright then 2048 CrazyCrazy
Report pumphol. July 10, 2015 11:54 PM BST
Alright then 2048 CrazyCrazy
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 10, 2015 11:55 PM BST
A vote for UKIP (13,200) was a vote against Labour.

Sadly, too many voted for the tories (10,900) for the same reason.

If they had stuck to one or the other, Labour (20,500) would have been defeated there.
Report Wesdag July 10, 2015 11:57 PM BST
With over 90% of the population of Rotherham describing themselves as white (according to the 2011 census), then given that the child abuse scandal was, in your opinion, a major factor in Labour's general election defeat, how do explain Labour increasing their share of the vote in Rotherham?

UKIP should've been a shoo-in surely?
Report spellingandgrammarchecker July 11, 2015 12:29 AM BST
10 Jul 15 23:51 
Hmm...anyone who happens to disagree with your view of the world?

As you reckon you know so much.

Go on then, start with my views on Scotland.

Then Wales.

Then Ireland.

Where would you like to go after that?

Europe? The Americas? Africa? Asia?

Any order, please yourself.
Report Ibrahima Sonko August 27, 2015 6:36 PM BST
More than 160 police officers are under investigation in the Rotherham abuse scandal over allegations they systematically ignored complaints of widespread child sexual exploitation.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has already identified 60 officers as part of a major investigation into the scandal and 100 others are in their sights.

The watchdog is examining whether or not disciplinary or even legal action should be brought against police officers who are accused of ignoring victims’ claims that they were being sexually trafficked and abused.

The IPCC has received 47 referrals from South Yorkshire Police since the publication of the Jay report 12 months ago which exposed the scale of child rape, trafficking and grooming in the South Yorkshire town. Professor Alexis Jay’s report described how more than 1,400 children were sexually exploited by gangs of mainly Asian males in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.

It was also scathing about a culture among police and council officials which ignored the industrial scale of abuse, instead treating the victims of sexual exploitation as troublesome teenagers.

Investigators have now served misconduct notices on 27 officers to advise their specific actions are under investigation. In total 41 misconduct notices have been served, as some officers have received multiple notices as they are involved in more than one complaint. Of those served with notices so far, seven are retired.

A spokeswoman confirmed this is an ongoing process as investigative and analytical work continues.  She said:

“Analysis of all the referrals has so far identified more than 60 officers.

“Further assessments are being carried out to establish the specific allegations against these individuals to determine what further actions are needed. Work is ongoing to identify more than 100 officers who are referenced in the referrals but are unnamed.”

The Jay report was commissioned by Rotherham Council after a high profile child sexual exploitation trial and a series of damning stories in the Times about what was happening in the town. Its impact lay in the sheer scale of offending that it outlined and the horrific details it included of what had happened to girls as young as 11.

Prof Jay said at the time she had found “utterly appalling” examples of “children who had been doused in petrol and threatened with being set alight, threatened with guns, made to witness brutally-violent rapes and threatened they would be next if they told anyone”.

The failings of the authorities to protect the children was so great that South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Shaun Wright, was forced to resign and Rotherham Council was brought under Government control.
Report mobo August 27, 2015 6:47 PM BST
This has nothing to do with Islam
Report Injera August 27, 2015 6:52 PM BST
Surely we need an enquiry. One that takes a while to report back...

Chilcot would be my choice..
Report Rockinron August 27, 2015 7:29 PM BST
"This has nothing to do with Islam"
Really mobo ....just a coincidence then that all the offenders are Muslims !
Having lived and worked in most of the middle East and lived in Tehran ...I could tell a few stories of how Western women (and girls) are viewed by Muslim men.
Report guinness2dear August 27, 2015 7:34 PM BST
Oh dear.....
Report Ibrahima Sonko August 27, 2015 8:18 PM BST
Mobo was just stating what is said in these sort of cases from the media rockinron, hopefully lessons will be learnt with your next post. Mischief
Report mobo August 27, 2015 8:47 PM BST
every muslim I have met has been very nice to me including those in Iran and Malysia for instance.

As long as I went along with their rules. 

But they want to impose them here in our country.  It is going to take decades but they will get there.
Report treetop August 27, 2015 9:26 PM BST
The cardinal rule is weakness is always treated with contempt,we deserve nothing more is their intuitive opinion.
Report David Fishwick Minibus Sales February 24, 2016 3:40 PM GMT
Karen MacGregor
Shelley Davies
Arshid Hussain
Basharat Hussain
Bannaras Hussain
Report guinness2dear February 24, 2016 4:08 PM GMT
Those 2 bitches want stringing up..
Report Wesdag February 24, 2016 4:50 PM GMT
Report guinness2dear February 24, 2016 5:32 PM GMT
Report Ibrahima Sonko February 25, 2016 10:21 PM GMT
The police watchdog is examining almost 200 Rotherham officers after corrupt police, one related to the convicted groomers, allegedly conspired to protect the Muslim child sex gang.

One officer and local politician, who is a family relative of the brothers convicted yesterday, is alleged to have brokered a deal whereby one brother was given assurance that he “wouldn’t get done” if he returned one his young victims to a police station.

Another is accused of having sex with an under-age girls, passing drugs to the grooming gang and tipping them off when colleagues were searching for missing children, a court was told.

During the trial, one woman who spent three days describing how she was repeatedly abused and assaulted from the age of 11, told the jury how she told a detective called Kenneth Dawes about what happened but no action was taken.

“He used to have sex with girls and he used to take drugs from people and pass them on to Ash”, the girl said.

Jahangir Akhtar, the former deputy leader of Rotherham council and deputy chairman of South Yorkshire police, is one of several alleged to have taken part in the handover. He is also a relative of Arshid, Basharat and Bannaras Hussain.

The three brothers were found guilty yesterday of multiple sexual offences against underage girls over a twenty years period in Rotherham, a town they were said to “own” thanks to their criminal and police connections.

As their trial ended yesterday, it was revealed that the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) had begun 55 investigations into alleged police misconduct linked to Rotherham child sex crimes. It has received complaints against 92 named officers, the Yorkshire Post reports.

Several other horric accounts of abuse were heard during the trail, with some of the women citing a lack of trust in the police as why they went to the media to tell their stories, before the the authorities.

“The only reason the police started this investigation was because The Times printed my story”, said one.

IPCC deputy chair Rachel Cerfontyne said: “Our investigative work examining allegations about how South Yorkshire Police responded to reported child sexual exploitation in Rotherham continues to expand.

“This is complex work dealing with non-recent allegations and involving vulnerable and traumatised victims. We are committed to ensuring the allegations are investigated sensitively and thoroughly.”
Report treetop February 25, 2016 10:43 PM GMT
“The only reason the police started this investigation was because The Times printed my story”, said one.

Not sure if it is apt but I wonder if the proposed,new regulations on FOI and Leveson would have blocked this being printed in our human rights society ?
Report Ron-Russian February 25, 2016 10:56 PM GMT
weakness - that's when sharia law steps in treetop.

they've already got their foot in the door with sharia courts,
You know the nutters guiding this ship will give them more &
more power.
Report Injera February 26, 2016 8:16 AM GMT
25 Feb 16 22:43
“The only reason the police started this investigation was because The Times printed my story”, said one.

Not sure if it is apt but I wonder if the proposed,new regulations on FOI and Leveson would have blocked this being printed in our human rights society ?

I would say very apt.

I recall saying at the time that the whole rotten police force in Rotherham and surrounding area should have been locked down immediately this story broke. Everything seized and analysed. A temporary force should have been put in place.

What chance now of multiple arrests and prosecutions of serving officers? Sad
Report leazes67 February 26, 2016 1:21 PM GMT
35 years...get in.
Report guinness2dear February 26, 2016 1:28 PM GMT
Report Burton-Brewers February 26, 2016 3:42 PM GMT
Rotherham Police have promised to increase patrols as they are concerned about potential “Islamophobic attacks” after three Muslim men were convicted of grooming underage girls this week.
Report dustybin February 26, 2016 4:51 PM GMT
The judge said the brothers were well-known in the area, driving distinctive cars and having a reputation for violence.

Well Im not from Rotherham but Im not that far away and I know the 'faces' of the area and Ive never heard of em.
They wernt gangsters. They might have been involved in curry house squabbles but that aint the same.

As for the crux of the case; Ive heard through women ive come in contact with over the years that this had/has happened but Ive never witnessed it personally (rather, Ive never known an individual who accused others of coercion)
My conclusion of this turgid affair is that those perpetrators are nothing in the grand scheme of things, they arnt even known. The individuals they used as prey seemed to me to be vulnerable low hanging fruit.
I dont believe the system is necessarily wrong; we shouldn't assume guilt by the origin of our ancestors, but nor should we be influenced by those who arnt exposed to the damage done.
Report xmoneyx February 26, 2016 5:28 PM GMT
guy had a mince lawyer

35 years Blush
Report Ibrahima Sonko February 26, 2016 5:33 PM GMT
Yorkshire police and Labour councillors thought their were no crimes committed but people have been sentenced for 35 years and 25 years, disgraceful scenes.
Report dustybin February 26, 2016 6:07 PM GMT
*rather FOR shying away
Report Injera February 26, 2016 6:15 PM GMT
Head in hands man..
Report alun2005 February 26, 2016 6:17 PM GMT
Have the British Left exonerated the rapists yet and put the full blame on the two white women convicted for their part? 

Don't be surprised if we learn shortly that it was a 'racist' prosecution.
Report Injera February 26, 2016 6:29 PM GMT
Only a matter of time.

The Plod in Yorkshire are scum too.
Report dustybin February 26, 2016 8:15 PM GMT
I will add that Im not in any way a defender of these turds.
IMO if your kids get the sum of 79 years jail then the parents should get investigated
Report xmoneyx February 26, 2016 11:10 PM GMT
judge Sarah is judge judyWink
Report Ron-Russian February 26, 2016 11:16 PM GMT
They was only following the false prophet muhammad's guidelines
Report guinness2dear August 4, 2016 7:36 PM BST
Another chair gone!
Report bigmo August 4, 2016 10:06 PM BST
Just like every other scandal the filth at the top will end up pushing this under the carpet just like every other massive injustice.
Report guinness2dear August 5, 2016 12:45 AM BST
Apparently she spent 3 of the last 12 months abroad..
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