Wot? ‘Too many slags to keep up with?’
The Serious Case Review into the grooming of girls, some as young as 11, found that they had suffered “indescribably awful” ordeals. It also said that police and social workers were partly at fault.
Police actually ignored evidence of rape and violent sexual abuse.
There are claims that police officers told parents that their daughter’s life was none of their “business” and that one girl seemed “happy” with her abusers.
They also described victims as “prostituting themselves.”
No individual police officers have been called to resign – instead the report concluded that the failings happened because of general ignorance, and a “culture” of turning a blind eye to young children being sexualised.
Another: Update: Ten men arrested as part of child grooming investigation in Rochdale
Is this going to dwarf the pervert priests of the Catholic Church?
Ten men have been charged as part of an investigation into child grooming and sexual exploitation in Rochdale against girls as young as 13.
‘The majority of the offences were committed between 2003 and 2013 and focus on reports that teenage girls were sexually exploited by older men.
The charges are; Shayfur Rahman, 31, of Prestwich, one count of rape; Kutab Miah, 34, of Rochdale, three counts of sexual activity and one count of rape; Rehan Ali, 26, of Manchester, one count of rape, three counts of sexual activity with a child when the offender was over 18 and three counts of sexual activity with a child when the offender was between 15 and 17.
Iklaq Choudhry Hussain, 37, of Rochdale, three counts of sexual activity with a child and two counts of rape; David Law, 45, of Ilkeston, Derbyshire, three counts of conspiracy to commit rape; Mahfus Rahman, 28, three counts of rape and three counts of sexual activity with a child.
Ashfaq Yousaf, 28, has been charged with one count of aiding and abetting rape against one victim. He has also been charged with one count of rape against a further victim.
Afraz Ahmed, 32, of Rochdale has been charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit rape and one count of rape against one victim. He also faces two counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, relating to offences against to girls. He has also been charged with one count of rape against a further victim.
Ian Wiggett, assistant chief constable at Greater Manchester Police said 65 people have been arrested so far under Operation Doublet
Mohammed Davood, 37, of Burnley has been charged with one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm against one victim. He has also been charged with three counts of rape, one count of sexual activity with a child and one count of sexual assault against a further victim.
Mohammed Miah, 39, has been charged with three counts of sexual activity and one count of rape against one victim. He has also been charged with one count of rape against a further victim.
It is expected to condemn Thames Valley Police and Oxfordshire social services for failing to act.
Key findings are will expose how police officers and social workers failed to believe the girls when they detailed the abuse they were suffering, and dismissed their complaints. [The, “we thought they were slags” excuse, yes?]
The report will also put a figure on the extent of the abuse in Oxfordshire, and is understood to have identified 300 young people who have been subjected to grooming and abuse between 1999 and 2014. All have been spoken to by police or social services.
“There was no awareness. The view was that they were little slags.” A key partner
“They didn’t understand the situation, and thought that the girls were happy, or complicit in it. The sense was that if there had been any offence it had been by the girls, for luring the men in.”
‘Child 3, aged 13, was found by the police at 3am…in a semi-derelict house alone with a large group of adult males. She was drunk, the result of having been supplied with alcohol, and there was evidence that her clothing had been disrupted. She alone was arrested for a public order offence, detained, prosecuted, appeared before the Youth Court and received a Referral Order for which the YOT arranged ‘reparation’, drug and alcohol counselling, art psychotherapy and victim awareness sessions.’
Did you hear about the gangs of white taxi drivers in the market towns of Southern England who over a period of decades have been grooming, drugging and serially raping under-age girls of Pakistani Kashmiri heritage?
“Rotherham Police, I would like you to meet, LA Unified School District. LA Unified School District, Rotherham Police. You should talk…. you both think young girls are sluts”