Voluntary Censorship? Why is the British Media Not Reporting On the Paki 'Grooming Gangs?'

By Esmeralda Weatherwax
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Yet another. I have not forgotten the case of the Peterborough men on trial at the Crown Court in Cambridge, but no newspaper is reporting it since the beginning of the month. According to the Court Lists that trial is still going on and I believe the girls have given their evidence. I have not heard that there is a reporting restriction so it may just be self censorship – lets think of  ‘community cohesion’. Yeah right. 

From the BBC and the Bradford Telegraph and Argus

Five men have appeared in court charged with child trafficking and sex offences in relation to a 13-year-old girl. All five were remanded in custody ahead of their next appearance at the Crown Court Sheffield on 28 April.

Shakeal Rehmen, 26, of Haworth Road, Bradford, has been charged with rape and trafficking the girl, who cannot be identified. Mohammed Shapal, 21, also of Haworth Road, and Yaseen Amini, 36, of Broadway, Bradford, have been charged with sexual activity with a child and trafficking.

Usman Ali, 20, of St Mary’s Road, Manningham, has been charged with sexual activity with a child.  Shakeal Rehmen, 26, of Rooley Lane, Bradford, is charged with rape and trafficking.

Mohammed Shapal, 21, of Haworth Road, Bradford, Usman Ali, 20, of St Mary’s Road, Bradford, and Yaseen Amini, 36, of Lopham Street, Sheffield are all accused of sexual activity with a child.

No pleas have been entered yet to any of the charges.

The charges relate to the week-long disappearance of the girl from her home in Sheffield last summer which prompted a major operation by South Yorkshire Police assisted by the West Yorkshire force. The teenager was later found in Bradford city centre and returned to her family.

2 thoughts on “Voluntary Censorship? Why is the British Media Not Reporting On the Paki 'Grooming Gangs?'”

  1. Before Muslims we did not have to deal with this sort of filth, primarily because the Judeo-Christian heritage of Western Countries forbids such activity, whereas against the infidel, the Koran applauds such things. In Australia we have had 5 such notable cases that I can remember (and there are probably more) and all were committed by Muslims and not one of those Muslims in any instance showed regret for their actions. Not one. If they will do it oblivious of the laws of this country when they are a tiny minority, what will it be like when they become a significant minority?

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