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Rotherham child abuse trial: four men and two women found guilty Gang including three brothers, led by Arshid Hussain, targeted 15 girls, one as young as 11
Three brothers and an uncle among those who were guilty. Another two brothers were found not guilty.
Located in News Reports
The Significance Of The Publication of "Easy Meat"
A summary of what's new in the 2016 version of "Easy Meat - Inside Britain's Grooming Gang Scandal" by Peter McLoughlin
Located in The Grooming Gang Book
Murder Trial 'Groomer' Accusation - Rotherham
It is not clear if there is any basis to this unlikely accusation, or if the alleged killers were simply using the grooming scandal as an excuse.
Located in News Reports
Court Told Local Muslim Politician Complicit With Muslim Grooming Gang
First time such allegations have appeared prominently in a trial.
Located in News Reports
Grooming Victim Tells Court Of Police Complicity With Perpertrators
This case moves the debate on from police ignoring victims and arresting parents, to police working with the Muslim grooming gangs.
Located in News Reports
Child sex abuse trial: Defendant's "£300 a night for selling girl, 16"
Trial shows association between Muslim drug dealers and grooming of schoolgirls.
Located in News Reports
‘Councillors aware of abuse scandal details but were told to keep quiet’
Bit by bit, the full complicity of councils, Parliament, charities and news media will all come out. It might take another 10 years. Four years ago I published the first edition of my book on this subject. To this day, it's still the most complete picture of who knew what and when. I expect the book to still be at the cutting edge a decade after it was first published. Since there are news reports of court cases in Rotherham as far back as 1975, what's the excuse for the following 35 years that the local media failed to mount any campaigns about these rape gangs? Is there any clearer evidence that these "brave journalists" are nothing but compliant agents of the state? As far back as 2007 The Times carried a story about how the mothers in the Rotherham area were conducting their own surveillance of the gangs, but the police would do nothing. Did Rotherham councillors not read The Times story about their area, did they not realise that it was a lie that the police were taking "appropriate measures". For the police, "appropriate measures" meant prosecuting and imprisoning those who campaigned about the rape gangs. It certainly did not mean protecting the schoolgirls from rape on "an industrial scale".
Located in News Reports
Jail for drug pusher pals
Notice the jocular, care-free way in which the local Rotherham newspaper was reporting the conviction of these two Muslims. More than a decade later these two men were convicted as part of a grooming gang in Rotherham. Drugs with a value of £250,000 but the Serious Organized Crime Agency wasn't looking into their grooming activities.
Located in News Reports