Not a single police officer will be disciplined over failure to investigate Rochdale sex gangs who abused hundreds of young girls over six years
The silent conspiracy continues, despite the blockbuster revelations (and the public’s ensuing outrage) that law enforcement did not pursue this epidemic of rape jihad for fear of being labeled “islamophobic.”
Policemen turned a blind eye to Muslim child sex trafficking, gang-rape etc., for fear of being called racist-islamophobic-anti-Muslim-bigots despite the victims pleas for help.
Thousands of non-Muslim teen and tween girls beaten, raped, trafficked like meat.
Wind your neck = Don’t look where you’re not supposed to (i.e. — “Don’t stare,” or “Don’t rubberneck!”).
Urban Dictionary describes “wind your neck” this way “given as advice to someone you you’d like to sit down and shut up, whilst also pointing out that they are wrong.”
- Seven police officers were served with misconduct notices over scandal
- Six were given ‘management advice’ and one was allowed to retire
- Police failed to properly investigate the abuse and support the victims
- Hundreds of young girls were abused by predominantly-Pakistani gangs
- Nine men were jailed but victims say abusers are still walking free
No police officers will be disciplined despite failing to properly investigate the systematic rape and abuse of young girls in Rochdale, it was revealed today.
Seven Greater Manchester Police officers were served with misconduct notices but after a four year investigation six were given ‘management advice’ and one was allowed to retire.
The Rochdale scandal saw hundreds of vulnerable young girls fall into the hands of
Asian Muslim grooming gangs because the authorities failed to protect them over at least six years.
In 2012 nine
Asian men Bangladeshi Muslims were jailed for a total of 77 years for rape and trafficking after they preyed on girls as young as 13, plying them with drugs, alcohol and money before passing them round the group for sex.
No further action: Seven police officers who were served with misconduct notices over the abuse scandal in Rochdale (pictured), will not face disciplinary action
A subsequent report said the girls were allowed to fall into the hands of Pakistani grooming gangs because police and social workers may have been scared of seeming racist.
It sparked an investigation conducted by the force’s professional standards branch, and supervised by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which today highlights a number of significant failures.