Outsourcing the business of protecting our children to Mohammedans is no different from putting pedophiles in charge of Kindergartens.
Adding insult to injury, the Mohammedans engage in the usual modus operandi:
Police collude with ethnic sex-grooming gang
Absolutely horrific and sinister:
Corrupt police and an influential politician fuelled a culture of impunity that allowed three brothers to “own” the [Yorkshire] town of Rotherham and abuse children until their crimes were exposed by The Times.
One officer had sex with under-age girls, passed drugs to the sex-grooming gang and tipped them off when colleagues were searching for missing children, a court was told. Another helped to broker a deal in which one brother returned an abused girl to police after receiving an assurance that he “wouldn’t get done”.
The jury was told that Jahangir Akhtar, the former deputy (Labour) leader of Rotherham council, also took part in the handover at a petrol station. Mr Akhtar, the former deputy chairman of South Yorkshire police and crime panel, was a relative of Arshid, Basharat and Bannaras Hussain, who behaved for years “like a pack of animals” to pursue dozens of young girls before demanding sex, often with threats of violence.
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. An investigation into all past sex grooming cases in the town, begun in June and led by the National Crime Agency, has identified more than 300 suspects and 9,000 lines of inquiry.
The police watchdog is examining almost 200 Rotherham officers after corrupt individuals, one related to the convicted groomers, allegedly conspired to protect the Muslim child sex gang. – Breitbart
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 Postreports.
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.”
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Ringleader of Rotherham child sex grooming gang jailed for 35 years – alongside two brothers
Six people, including three brothers, are sentenced to a total of 103 years for an “appalling catalogue of offending”
The ringleader of a gang which caused damage of “unimaginable proportions” by grooming, raping and abusing young teenage girls in Rotherham has been jailed for 35 years.
Six members of the gang led by Arshid Hussain were sentenced to a total of 103 years for an “appalling catalogue of offending” that saw them abuse and threaten vulnerable girls with impunity and pass them around as sex objects.
The victims had each suffered “immense psychological harm”, Judge Sarah Wright told Sheffield Crown Court, while the effect on their families and community had been devastating.
She told the court no one who had heard the evidence “could fail to forget one of the victims describe how she hated her own body, how one mother used to cry herself to sleep at night, how a number of victims suffer from eating disorders and how some children changed from being happy, active normal teenagers to withdrawn and secretive young people out of parental control.”
“The harm you have caused is of unimaginable proportions.”
Arshid Hussain was sentenced to 35 years, while his brothers Basharat, 39, and Bannaras, 36, got 25 years and 19 years respectively.
Photo: Tom Maddick / rossparry.co.uk
Their uncle, Qurban Ali, 53, was jailed for 10 years. Female accomplice Karen MacGregor, 58, was jailed for 13 years while Shelley Davis, 40, was given an 18 month suspended sentence.
Jailing the gang, who were said to have ‘ruled’ the South Yorkshire town as they drove flashy cars, dealt drugs and handled weapons, Judge Wright paid tribute to the “immense courage” of the victims who came forward.
Passing sentence, Judge Wright went through each of the 15 victims’ stories one-by-one.
Concluding one account, she said: “The effect of the abuse of her has been devastating.
“Her childhood memories are of pain and abuse. She is unable to trust anyone.
“She has suffered from eating disorders and anxiety throughout her life. You took her childhood from her.”
In relation to another victim, the judge said: “She describes you, Basharat Hussain, as stealing the person she was and alienating her from her family.
“She describes contemplating taking her own life when she became pregnant and indeed on occasions since.
“She feels worthless and ashamed as a result of your treatment of her. She feels guilt. She should not have to feel like that. You are responsible, not her.”
Sheffield Crown Court had previously heard that Bannaras Hussain abused one of his child victims in a car park next to Rotherham Police Station and then joked with officers.
He told officers his victim was performing a sex act on him, but police drove off and left him alone, the court heard.
Michelle Colborne QC, proescuting said Bannaras met one victim when she was 12 or 13 and she performed sex acts on him.
“He was indifferent to whether she consented or not,” she said.
“When her brothers found out, they were furious with her and would physically assault her because she was involved sexually with an Asian man.”
Bannaras pleaded guilty to serious offences at the beginning of his trial.
Ms Colborne told the court how Bannaras abused one victim in a car park next to Rotherham Police Station.
The prosecutor said: “(The girl) performed oral sex on Bannaras Hussain.
When, shortly afterwards, a police car pulled up alongside them and asked what was going on, Bannaras Hussain shouted that she was performing oral sex on him.
“The police car drove off,” Ms Colborne said.
Ms Colborne said the sister of one victim described her sister as a “broken human being”.
She handed in a pile of victim personal statements, highlighting a comment from one girl who said the Hussain brothers acted “as a pack of animals” when she was urinated on.
The prosecutor said: “They describe from their teenage years a life in the main of feeling dirty, ashamed and guilty. Between them, a plethora of emotional conditions – eating disorders, self-harm, agoraphobia, self-loathing and terminations for many of them from the age of 14 – events they have never been able to put behind them.”
Ms Colborne said many of the victims have had relationship problems throughout their lives and have found themselves subjected to domestic violence.