Islamic Sex Slavery, UK: four women suing Rotherham council over ‘systematic failures’ to protect them from ‘sexual abuse by predatory men when they were children’

Rotherham, South Yorkshire. They do things differently there.

Sharia applies:

“Police found the teenager hiding, half-naked under Hussain’s bed but arrested her and let him go”–

  Arrest the victim and let the perpetrator go. From here on it won’t be long before they stone  infidel whores to death in  the next soccer stadium.

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Social services claimed they had no power to stop sex abuse

  • Married father-of-two Arshid Hussain allegedly groomed dozens of girls with the full knowledge of the authorities
  • ‘Jessica’ was just one of around a dozen girls who believed he was their boyfriend
  • Police found the teenager hiding, half-naked under Hussain’s bed but arrested her and let him go
  • With permission of the authorities he was allowed to collect her from foster care and even attend doctor appointments with her
  • Today Deputy Leader of the Council Jahngier Akhtar, who is related to Hussain, resigned over allegations that he helped the coverup

Read more….

Mohammedans in the Police force service  involved with ‘grooming’ underage sex slaves?

The Daily Mail has the greatest detail. The bare facts are confirmed soberly by the Telegraph and briefly by the Mirror.

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Today in a stunning development Rotherham Council confirmed that Deputy Leader of council and vice chair of the police and crime panel Councillor Jahngier Akhtar has stepped down over allegations that he knew …

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Vulnerable girl, 14, made pregnant by violent criminal, 24, sues council for ‘failing to protect her’ after social services claimed they had no power to stop sex abuse

The girl, known only as ‘Jessica’ claims she was abused daily by a 24-year-old man after social services failed to accept that she was a victim grooming.

On one ocassion married father-of-two Arshid Hussain was even caught with the half naked schoolgirl under his bed but shocking documents released today reveal that police arrested her and let him go.

Now ‘Jessica’ is one four women suing Rotherham council over ‘systematic failures’ to protect them from ‘sexual abuse by predatory men when they were children’ according to their lawyers.

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Today in a stunning development Rotherham Council confirmed that Deputy Leader of council and vice chair of the police and crime panel Councillor Jahngier Akhtar has stepped down over allegations that he knew about the relationship.

The Times alleges that at the time Mr Akhtar, who is related to Hussain, not only knew about his relationship with a child but also that he set up a ‘deal under which a violent offender (Hussain) agreed to hand a missing child to police after being assured that he would not be detained’.

But Mr Akhtar, who was a taxi driver at the time, told MailOnline shortly before he stepped down today that the allegations are ‘total lies’ and also denied that there had been any such deal.

A spokesman confirmed that the council had referred the matter to the police’ to consider if any criminal offence has been committed and to undertake any appropriate criminal investigation.’

Picture above: Jahangir Akhtar, deputy leader of Rotherham council, denies that he knew anything about his relative’s sexual relationship with a 14-year-old but has stepped down today

‘Jessica’ got pregnant twice by Hussain, who at the time had convictions for robbery and affray, and was about to be jailed for violent disorder.

But social services claimed they had ‘no power’ to stop him having sex with her despite the fact that she was only 14.

The Times revealed today that Hussain has never been prosecuted for suspected child sex offences, and is only now being investigated 14 years on.

At the time he was on a social services list of men believed to be grooming up to 40 young girls in the area and more than a dozen believed he was their ‘boyfriend’.

Jessica described how she met Hussain days after her 14th birthday in 1999, and after he bought her chicken and chips he took her to some woods and told her: ‘You’re not really 16 are you? You look too young’.

They starting seeing each other regularly and her parents could not keep them apart – in the end she was taken into ’emergency’ care.

But Jessica was rarely in school so the relationship continued, and Hussain would even follow her on holiday, on one occasion renting a caravan in Skegness so they could have sex there.
A Home Office funded review, examining her case, quoted by The Times confirmed that Hussain, with permission of the authorities, was allowed to call her mobile phone and even to collect her from her foster carer’s home

It said: ‘Perpetrator was allowed to contact (Jessica) via mobile telephone, was allowed to arrange to collect her from foster carer’s home by ringing in advance and asking to meet him at the end of street’ with the ‘knowledge and consent’ of social services.

It also said there was an ‘unwillingness to recognise danger of relationship’ an ‘in the absence of any criminal prosecution of perpetrator as a pimp, all rumours about him were speculation and there was no cause for concern.’

Staff ‘also took some comfort in knowing where (Jessica) was’, it said, and Hussain was even allowed to attend appointments with her GP.

Solicitor Riyaz Shaikh told MailOnline this afternoon that his client Hussain is unwell and unable to comment today.

A spokesman for Rotherham Borough Council said following Operation Yewtree, the authority asked South Yorkshire Police (SYP) to thoroughly review all historical cases that may be linked to child sexual exploitation. He added: ‘That review is ongoing and continues with a number of live and ongoing investigations.

Last year it emerged police in the town turned a blind eye to allegations of sexual abuse of white girls by gangs of largely Pakistani men for more than a decade. Research, reports and case files also revealed that council officials were desperate to cover up any racial link to the abuse of young girls.

Following the 2010 case, The Times claimed details from 200 restricted-access documents showed how police and child protection agencies in the South Yorkshire town had extensive knowledge of these activities for a decade, yet a string of offences went unprosecuted.

The allegations led to a range of official investigations, including a probe by the Home Affairs Select Committee.

South Yorkshire Police said today it ‘deeply regrets’ the publication of The Times story ‘about an on-going, complex and highly sensitive investigation into matters of historic child sexual exploitation.’

But The Times defended its decision to publish saying it believed stories like this ‘will encourage others to come forward to tell police what happened to them so that successful prosecutions of their abusers will be more rather than less likely.’

It said: ‘The police have asked us not to publish (the story) at this time for fear of prejudicing their own inquiries. While we recognise the significant advances that have recently been made in the force’s approach to tackling child sexual exploitation, we do not believe that enough has yet been done.

‘South Yorkshire Police has had more than a dozen years to investigate the crimes against (the girl). It is almost a year since this newspaper first highlighted the abuse inflicted upon other vulnerable girls in Rotherham by groups of offenders who were allowed to act with virtual impunity.”

David Greenwood, of Switalskis (the solicitor acting for Jessica and 3 other abused girls) , said: “It is important to remember that at the time of the abuse they were children under the age of 16 and could not legally consent.”

The Times reports here that Jessica’s parents thought she would be safe when she was taken into care. However she was allowed to meet Hussain daily, despite the foster ‘carer’ knowing that he was a married man. She was reported to be ‘friendly’ with Hussain and that she treated them as a couple; she denies knowing that he had convictions for violence and was believed to be part of a sex offence network . A social worker told Jessica’s mother that they had no power to end the relationship as Jessica was willing to be with him.

Jessica is now in her 20s. She says “My parents tried everything to keep Ash away from me, but I thought I was in love with him. When I went into care I stopped running away because I didn’t need to any more. Social services let me see him all the time.”

The Times comment is here. It is damning stuff but I can only give you one paragraph.

It is difficult to imagine the time and place when it would ever have been considered acceptable practice for a foster carer to allow a 25-year-old married man to have daily access to a 15-year-old girl who was in the care of social services, and with whom he was known to be having a sexual relationship. That this particular man was also a violent, convicted offender suspected of grooming numerous girls for sex and exploitation puts such permission almost beyond comprehension.

Yet this was Rotherham, South Yorkshire. They did things differently there, and still do.

 

 

4 thoughts on “Islamic Sex Slavery, UK: four women suing Rotherham council over ‘systematic failures’ to protect them from ‘sexual abuse by predatory men when they were children’”

  1. Good on these girls.

    Now you contrast this case of the British authorities turning a blind eye when minorities are involved compared to the recent case when the authorities pursued a white teacher who ran off with his 15 year old student to France.

    At least when staff suspected something they confronted the teacher and contacted the authorities.

  2. See what happens when the muturds are put in a position of power, corruption and taqqiya are rampart.

    Britain needs to be returned to the natives, either that or cameron might as well sign the country over.

  3. The Police and social services need to be prosecuted and jailed for enabling and supporting these grooming acts and rape to go ahead.

  4. i see the the third comment from an obvious musrat…is just lip service…deese aint know muslums…labour..conlibdem mantra…we need McCameron kicked back to scotland when they say yes…and bring in a military government where these “people” will be dealt with appropiately..and the rest sent back to the deserts allah put them…need all christian nations to join together and drive the undesirable..disease ridden..theiving..raping scum out of europe to where ever they’ve come from….regardless of age or sex….we could not give a shit what happens in syria..iraq or any other shithole inhabited with monsters……ok…..troops home and guarding the borders…..(sack the useless border agency)…

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