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Police in Northumbria, England, say they have tracked down and issued warnings to six people who left offensive comments on the department's Facebook page on a post about a sex grooming gang. The comments referred to the race and religion of members of the gang. All of the members of the gang were of Asian or Eastern European descent while all of their victims were of white British origin.

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  2. Islamaphobiaphobia.

  3. Northumbria Police is now issuing a warning to users of its Facebook page offensive comments will not be tolerated.

    It’s a good thing that offensive isn’t subjective or this could get ridiculous. I suppose it’s also a good thing that there’s so little crime in Northumbria that bobbies have enough resources free to police thought.

    1. boobies…read it that way first and wondered what kind of resources boobies have, bras?

        1. When you live in a swamp, you need all the land you can get.

  4. BTW, I reported Oliver to British police for causing public concern. He stated the ethnicity of the sex gang.

  5. If only I had a Facebook account and a list of banned words.

    1. “We would also like to take this opportunity to remind people using social media that they should do so responsibly and ensure they do not post anything which could be considered offensive.”
      There are no banned words. Its what could be considered offensive as in there are no standards on what is offensive.

  6. if the contemptible enforcers employed by extortion-protection racketeers have become so effete, it is because the people have grown so docile

  7. So…the violation was that commenters called them middle eastern Muslims? I should hope it was a little worse than calling a spade a spade.

    1. how about calling it a fucking shovel?

    2. Too bad I get a 403 from the link, & also from a search from their main page for northumbria+shelter+facebook.

      1. Reason directing traffic to their site crashed the server.

  8. Sex grooming? So, in other words, making oneself look more attractive to the opposite sex through getting a better haircut, more flattering clothing, keeping nails clean and trimmed, showering regularly, and some judicious pruning of the undergrowth?

    I don’t see a problem with that, but didn’t know they had whole gangs of people to advise on that outside of that old TV show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.

    Still, that region’s police need to fuck off, slaver.

    1. ISTR “grooming”‘s being jargon for preparation of a minor for sexual activity w a particular adult or group thereof.

      1. You guys jest, but I was stopped cold by that phrase.

        “Sex grooming gang”. It immediately brought to mind some bizarre fetish behavior where they grabbed up a woman and shaved her bits.

        1. Sex grooming gangster disciples?

          1. Sex grooming gangster disciples

            Dibs on the band name.

        2. “You guys jest, but I was stopped cold by that phrase.”

          Me, too.
          Now that I know what it is, the post might make sense.

    2. “Pimp” is the word they don’t want to use.

      1. Among others.

      2. “It’s hard out here for a ‘sex grooming gang’ ” won an oscar for best movie soundtrack.

  9. Gotta love, “Officers have now spoken to these individuals and warned them about their behaviour.”
    A stern talking to…

    1. How’d you get past the 403s I’ve been getting?

      1. Ask your parents to take off the parental controls.

  10. It would be a shame if people outside the UK started sending inappropriate messages to their twitter account @NPRoadPolicing.

  11. Is Britain a shithole now?

    1. Not at all. It is a left wing paradise where true facts in a facebook post and sexual predation of minors are both prosecuted.

      1. Only one of those was truly prosecuted. And it’s not the one that’s an actual crime

    2. No, but it’s on its way to it. Once they’ve brought in enough savages to culturally enrich every underage white girl…

  12. I have a few choice comments ready to post on the Northumbrian Police FB page.
    Northumbria police FB page
    These socialist shitholes really do hate any freedom of speech.

  13. “sex grooming gangs”. Why is this not an American thing? Why do the brits get all the fun stuff?

    1. What makes you think this doesn’t happen in the US?

      The police KNEW about these gangs, and what they were doing for over a DECADE. And they intentionally let it go on because they were scared to be called racist, since every member of these gangs was a brown skinned Muslim savage.

      When one of the families took their daughter back, the police actually came to their house and took the young girl and gave her back to the kidnappers.

  14. These things are apparently all the rage among some of the more recent immigrants.

    Wikipedia:

    The Rochdale child sex abuse ring involved under-age teenage girls in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, England. Nine men were convicted of sex trafficking and other offences including rape, trafficking girls for sex and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child, on 8 May 2012 and 10 more were convicted in another investigation in 2015.[1] Forty-seven girls were identified as victims of child sexual exploitation during the police investigation.[2][3][4] The men were British Pakistanis which led to discussion on whether the failure to investigate them was linked to the authorities’ fear of being accused of racism.[5] The girls were mainly white British.[5] In March 2015, Greater Manchester Police apologised for its failure to investigate the child sexual exploitation allegations more thoroughly between 2008 and 2010.[6]

  15. Wikipedia

    The Aylesbury child sex abuse ring was a group of six men of British Pakistani heritage who committed serious sexual offences against two under-aged girls in the English town of Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. In July 2015, they were found guilty of offences including rape and child prostitution over a period extending from 2006 to 2012. The child protection charity Barnardo’s stated that it had worked with the two girls in 2008 and referred one of them to Buckinghamshire County Council as in danger of child sex exploitation. The council did not respond adequately and, following the convictions, apologised to the two girls for its failure to protect them. It has now instituted a Serious Case Review to examine those failures.[1][2]

  16. Wikipedia:

    The Banbury child sex abuse ring was a group of seven men who committed serious sexual offences against under-aged girls in the English town of Banbury, Oxfordshire. In March 2015, they were found guilty of offences including rape and sexual activity with a child over a period extending from 2009 to 2014. Police in Banbury had drawn on the lessons of Operation Bullfinch, which targeted sexual abuse in nearby Oxford.[1]
    The men targeted vulnerable girls using social media to organize parties at which the girls were groomed. The men used gifts and apparent displays of affection towards the girls, winning their trust before initiating abusive sexual relationships. Offences took place in cars, woods and in the men’s private homes. Charges concerning seven victims aged from 13 to 15 were included in the prosecution case. The offences were rape, sexual activity with a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.[citation needed]

    The seven men and one boy were named as:[2]
    Name Age Charges
    Ahmed Hassan-Sule 21 13 counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of assault by penetration
    Mohamed Saleh 22 Two counts of sexual activity with a child
    Said Saleh 20 One count of sexual activity with a child
    Kagiso Manase 21 Three counts of sexual activity with a child, two counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and one count of sexual assault
    Takudzwa Hova 21 Rape
    Alexandru Nae 19 Rape
    Zsolt Szaltoni 18 Rape
    Unnamed 17 Rape

  17. The US will be a majority non-white country in the not-so-different future. That is a good thing. Look at this here, I mean, how will we ever fix racism in the US unless we take a cue from the UK’s lead, and import savages to kidnap and rape our daughters, and then threaten to arrest and charge with hate crimes anyone criticizing those savages and the police’s dereliction.

  18. Wikiepedia

    The Bristol child sex abuse ring was a group of 13 Somali men who committed sexual offences against underage teenage girls in Bristol, in southwestern England.

    The men abused and prostituted their victims across Bristol, using hotels, private houses, parks and public toilets.[1] Some were drug-dealers selling heroin and cocaine, while others were described as “well-educated men with good prospects”.[1] As in similar sex-abuse cases in other parts of Britain, their victims were typically “vulnerable white girls” who were supposedly under local authority care. The gang coerced the girls into sex with small payments of money, gifts of drugs and alcohol, and by persuading them that having sex with many men was part of “Somali ‘culture and tradition'”.[3][4][5]

    In a police interview, Zakaria referred to two thirteen-year-old victims of one incident of abuse as “dirty slags” who knew that their function was to “suck dick and then fuck off”.[6][7] He had trafficked a “small 13-year-old girl” to a “sex party” in a hotel room in Bristol, where he raped her twice in what the trial judge, Julian Lambert, described as a “rough, callous and very nasty manner” and using “significant” force.[8] Zakaria left the girl “totally humiliated and bleeding”. The girl was then raped again by Jusuf Abdirazak, whom the judge described as acting “without humanity and with no pity whatsoever”.[8]

  19. The Derby child sex abuse ring was a group of men who sexually abused up to a hundred girls in Derby, England.[1][2][3] In 2010, after an undercover investigation by Derbyshire police, members of the ring were charged with 75 offences relating to 26 girls. Nine of the 13 accused were convicted of grooming and raping girls between 12 and 18 years old.[1][2] The attacks provoked fierce discussion about race and sexual exploitation.[4]

    The thirteen men lived throughout Derby and the police believed they met through a shared attraction for young girls.[1] The leaders were Abid Mohammed Saddique and Mohammed Romaan Liaqat, both married men with young children.

    The victims, aged between 12?18, were predominantly vulnerable girls from troubled backgrounds, and some of them were in care and known to social services.

    Abid Mohammed Saddique rape, sexual assault, sexual activity with a child, perverting the course of justice, aiding and abetting rape, false imprisonment, making indecent images of children
    Mohammed Romaan Liaqat rape, sexual assault, aiding and abetting rape, affray, sexual activity with a child, making indecent images of children
    Akshay Kumar making indecent images of children
    Faisal Mehmood sexual activity with a child
    Mohammed Imran Rehman rape
    Graham Blackham breaches of Sexual Offender Prevention Order

  20. Wikipedia

    The Halifax child sex abuse ring was a group of 15 British Asian men who committed serious sexual offences against two under-aged girls in the English town of Halifax and city of Bradford, West Yorkshire.[1] In 2016, they were found guilty of rape and other forms of sexual abuse in several separate trials at Leeds Crown Court.[2] In total, as many as a hundred men may have been involved in abusing the main victim. Twenty-five suspects were charged by West Yorkshire Police and the Crown Prosecution Service and fifteen of these were found guilty.[1]

  21. Halifax convictions

    Those found guilty and their sentences were as follows:[2]

    Hedar Ali, 36, of Bradford, 25 years for rape and trafficking for sexual exploitation.
    Haider Ali, 41, of Halifax, 20 years for sexual activity with a child and causing a person to engage in sexual activity.
    Khalid Zaman, 38, of Bradford, 17-and-a-half years for rape and supplying class B drugs.
    Mohammed Ramzan, 35, of Bradford, 15 years for rape.
    Haaris Ahmed, 32, of Halifax, 12-and-a-half years for sexual activity with a child and supplying class B drugs.
    Tahir Mahmood, 43, of Halifax, 11 years for sexual activity with a child and sexual assault.
    Taukeer Butt, 31, of Halifax, 10 years for sexual activity with a child.
    Amaar Ali Ditta, 27, of Halifax, nine years for sexual activity with a child.
    Azeem Subhani, 25, of Halifax, nine years for sexual activity with a child.
    Talib Saddiq, 31, of Halifax, eight years for sexual activity with a child.
    Sikander Malik, 31, of Halifax, seven years for sexual activity with a child.
    Mohammed Ali Ahmed, 43, of Halifax, six-and-a-half years for sexual activity with a child.
    Aftab Hussain, 37, of Halifax, six years for sexual activity with a child.
    Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Huddersfield, six years for sexual activity with a child and supplying Class B drugs.
    Sikander Ishaq, 31, of Halifax, six years for sexual activity with a child.

  22. Wikipedia

    The Keighley child sex abuse ring was a group of twelve men who committed serious sexual offences against two under-aged white girls in the English town of Keighley and city of Bradford, West Yorkshire. In December 2015, they were found guilty of rape and other forms of sexual abuse by a unanimous jury verdict at Bradford Crown Court.[1] They were sentenced in February 2016 to a total of 130 years in jail.[2] The main victim, who had been targeted by ten of the men, was aged between 13 and 14 at the time of the attacks between 2011 and 2012.[1][3] The alleged ringleader of the gang was named as local drug-dealer Ahmed Al-Arif Choudhury (also spelled Choudry), who was not among those found guilty in court.

    Those found guilty of rape were named as Sufyan Ziarab, 22; his brother Bilal Ziarab, 21; Yasser Kabir, 25; Hussain Sardar, 19; Nasir Khan, 22; Saqib Younis, 29; Israr Ali, 19; Faisal Khan, 27; Zain Ali, 20; and Tanqueer Hussain, 23. An 11th defendant, Mohammed Akram, 63, was found guilty of sexual activity with a child. Four other men were found not guilty of similar charges and one man will face a re-trial.[1] A twelfth man, Khalid Mahmood, 34, had pleaded guilty to five counts of rape before the trial.[5]

  23. Wikipedia

    The Newcastle sex abuse ring were a gang of seventeen men and a woman who sexually abused adolescent girls and young women from 2010?2014 in Newcastle upon Tyne after plying them with alcohol and drugs. The men were of Bangladeshi, Indian, Iranian, Iraqi and Pakistani heritage who were aged between 27 and 44. The woman was a 22-year-old British white woman.[1][2][3] The estimated number of their victims, who ranged in age from 13 to 25,[4] was over one hundred.[5] One convicted man, Badrul Hussain, was alleged to have stated: “All white women are only good for one thing. For men like me to fuck and use like trash.”

  24. Newcastle convictions

    The 18 gang members were conviced of the following:[9]

    Mohammed Azram, 35, of Croydon Road, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, sexual assault, supplying drugs to a victim
    Jahangir Zaman, 43, of Hadrian Road, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, rape, supplying drugs to a victim
    Nashir Uddin, 35, of Joan Street, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, supplying drugs to a victim
    Saiful Islam, 34, of Strathmore Crescent, convicted of rape. Jailed for 10 years
    Mohammed Hassan Ali, 33, of Bentinck Street, convicted of sexual activity with a child, supplying drugs to a victim. Jailed for seven years
    Yasser Hussain, 27, of Canning Street, convicted of beating, possession of drugs. Jailed for two years
    Abdul Sabe, 40, of Dean House, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, trafficking within the UK for sexual exploitation, drugs offences
    Habibur Rahim, 34, of Kenilworth Road, convicted of causing or inciting prostitution, drugs, sexual assault, trafficking within the UK for sexual exploitation
    Badrul Hussain, 37, of Drybeck Court, convicted of drug offences
    Mohibur Rahman, 44, of Northcote Street, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to incite prostitution, supplying drugs to a victim

  25. Newcastle convictions II

    Abdulhamid Minoyee, 33, of Gainsborough Grove, convicted of rape, sexual assault, supply of drugs
    Carolann Gallon, 22, of Hareside Court, pleaded guilty to three counts of trafficking
    Monjour Choudhury, 33, of Phillip Place, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, supplying drugs to a victim
    Prabhat Nelli, 33, of Sidney Grove, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, supplying drugs to a victim
    Eisa Mousavi, 41, of Todds Nook, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, rape, supplying drugs to a victim
    Taherul Alam, 32, of Normanton Terrace, convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, supplying drugs to a victim, attempted sexual assault
    Nadeem Aslam, 43, of Belle Grove West, convicted of supplying drugs to victims
    Redwan Siddquee, 32, of West Road, pleaded guilty to supply or offering to supply a class B drug. Jailed for 16 months

  26. Wikipedia

    Operation Doublet is an investigation set up in 2012 by Greater Manchester Police into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale and other areas of Greater Manchester, England. In March 2015, ten men were charged with serious sexual offences as part of the investigation. The 10 men were sentenced to a total of 125 years in prison in April 2016.

    Ten men were sentenced to a total of 125 years in jail:

    Afraz Ahmed (33), guilty of 12 counts, 25 years in prison.
    Choudhry Ikhalaq Hussain (38), guilty of 6 counts, 19 years in prison. Convicted in absentia, he is sought by police.
    Rehan Ali (27), guilty of 4 counts, 7 years in prison.
    Kutab Miah (35), 4 counts, 9 years in prison.
    Mohammed Dauood (38), 6 counts, 16 years in prison.
    Abid Khan (39), 4 counts, 6.5 years in prison.
    Mohammed Zahid (55), 1 count, 5 years in prison.
    David Law (46), 2 counts, 11 years in prison.
    A man who cannot be named for legal reasons, 6 counts, 23 years in prison plus 8 years on extended licence.
    Mahfuz Rahman (29), 3 counts, 5.5 years in prison.

    The convictions related to eight victims who were aged from 13 to 23 at the time of the offences.

  27. Wikipedia

    The Oxford child sex abuse ring was a group of seven men who, in May 2013, were convicted of sexual offences including rape, conspiracy to commit rape, arranging or facilitating child prostitution, trafficking for sexual exploitation, and procuring a miscarriage. Their six underage victims[1] were “subjected to sexual violence marked out by its sadism: sexual assaults designed to draw blood, multiple rapes, [and] physical attacks in which [they were] choked”.[2] The girls were white[3] and all the abusers were not, leading to renewed discussion as to whether the crimes were racially motivated and whether the initial failure to investigate them was linked to the authorities’ fear of being accused of racism.[4]

    In March 2015, a report revealed that more than 300 children , mostly girls from the city of Oxford, could have been groomed and sexually exploited in the area. It accused the Thames Valley Police, then led by Chief Constable Sara Thornton, of disbelieving the girls and failing to act on repeated calls for help, and Oxfordshire Social Services of failing to protect them despite compelling evidence they were in danger.[5] The report also called for research into why a significant number of perpetrators of child grooming are of “Pakistani and/or Muslim heritage”.[1]

  28. Oxford convictions

    Kamar Jamil, of Oxford, was found guilty of five counts of rape, two counts of conspiracy to rape and one count of arranging child prostitution
    Akhtar Dogar, of Oxford, was found guilty of five counts of rape, three counts of conspiracy to rape, two counts of child prostitution and one count of trafficking
    Anjum Dogar, of Oxford, was found guilty of three counts of rape, two counts of child prostitution, three counts of conspiracy to rape and one count of trafficking
    Assad Hussain, of Oxford, was found not guilty of rape and guilty of two counts of sexual activity with a child
    Mohammed Karrar, of Oxford, was found guilty of two counts of conspiracy to rape, four counts of rape of a child, one count of using an instrument to procure miscarriage, two counts of trafficking, one count of assault of a child by penetration, two counts of child prostitution, three counts of rape, two counts of conspiracy to rape a child and one count of supplying a class A drug
    Bassam Karrar, of Oxford, was found guilty of two counts of rape, one count of rape of a child, two counts of conspiracy to rape a child, two counts of child prostitution, one count of trafficking and one count of conspiracy to rape
    Zeeshan Ahmed, of Oxford, was found guilty of two counts of sexual activity with a child

  29. Wikipedia

    The Peterborough sex abuse case involved 10 men who committed sexual offences against under-aged girls, some as young as 12, in the English city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.[1] In a series of trials in 2014 and 2015, they were found guilty of rape, child prostitution and trafficking for sexual exploitation.[2] The men were of Pakistani,[1] Iraqi Kurdish, Czech and Slovak Roma heritage.[3] Police had been alerted by the Rotherham and Rochdale child abuse cases to the possibility of abuse taking place.

  30. Peterborough convictions

    Hassan Abdulla 34 Four counts of rape, and three counts of sexual activity with a child.
    Renato Balog 19 Five counts of rape and four counts of sexual assault.
    Jan Kandrac 18 Rape and two counts of sexual touching.
    Yasir Ali 29 Four counts of rape, seven counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, two counts of making indecent images of children, one count of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child and one count of intimidation of a witness/juror.
    Daaim Ashraf 20 Five counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, one count of sexual assault, one count of sexual activity with a child, one count of sexual activity in the presence of a child, and one count of intimidation of a witness/juror.
    Mohammed Abbas 30 Two counts of sexual assault on a girl aged under 12 and two counts of sexual activity with a child.
    ‘Unnamed Child’ 14 Sexual activity with a child.
    Muhammed Waqas 24 Sexual activity with a girl aged between 13 and 15.
    Zdeno Mirga Unknown Inciting child prostitution, eight counts of rape and four counts of sexual activity with a child.
    Mohammed Khubaib 43 Rape and grooming offences.

  31. Wikipedia

    The Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal has been described as the “biggest child protection scandal in UK history”.[13] From the late 1980s until the 2010s, organised child sexual abuse continued almost unchallenged by legal authorities[14] in the northern English town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire. It was first documented in the early 1990s, when care-home managers investigated reports that children in their care were being picked up by taxi drivers.[15] From at least 2001, multiple reports passed names of alleged perpetrators, several from one family, to the police and Rotherham Council. The first group conviction took place in 2010, when five British-Pakistani men were convicted of sexual offences against girls aged 12?16, but the ringleaders remained at large.[16] Other major convictions regarding child sexual exploitation included one in 2007 of a lone male offender who “abused over 80 boys and young men”.[17] From January 2011 Andrew Norfolk of The Times pressed the issue, reporting in 2012 that the abuse in the town was widespread, and that the police and council had known about it for over ten years.[a]

  32. Rotherham Council’s chief executive, its director of children’s services, and the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire Police all resigned.[32] The Independent Police Complaints Commission and the National Crime Agency both opened inquiries, the latter expected to last eight years.[33][34] The government appointed Louise Casey to conduct an inspection of Rotherham Council.[35] Published in January 2015, the Casey report concluded that the council had a bullying, sexist culture of covering up information and silencing whistleblowers, and was “not fit for purpose”.[36] In February 2015 the government replaced the council’s elected officers with a team of five commissioners.[37] As a result of new police inquiries, 19 men and two women were convicted in 2016 and 2017 of sexual offences in the town dating back to the late 1980s; one of the ringleaders was jailed for 35 years.[38]

  33. Rotherdam convictions

    Qurban Ali 53 Conspiracy to rape 10 years[7]
    Arshid Hussain 40 Rape, indecent assault (23 charges) 35 years
    Basharat Hussain 39 Rape (15 charges) 25 years
    Bannaras Hussain 36 Rape, indecent assault, actual bodily harm (10 charges) 19 years
    Karen MacGregor 58 False imprisonment, conspiracy to procure prostitutes 13 years
    Shelley Davies 40 False imprisonment, conspiracy to procure prostitutes 18 months suspended

  34. Rotherdam II

    Sageer Hussain 30 4 rapes, indecent assault 19 years[204]
    Basharat Hussain 40 Indecent assault 7 years
    Ishtiaq Khaliq 33 Rape, three indecent assaults 17 years
    Masoued Malik 32 Rape, false imprisonment, conspiracy to commit indecent assault 15 years
    Waleed Ali 34 Rape, indecent assault 13 years
    Asif Ali 30 Rape 12 years
    Naeem Rafiq 33 Conspiracy to commit indecent assault, false imprisonment 8 years
    Mohammed Whied 32 Aiding and abetting rape 5 years
    Basharat Dad 32 Rape, indecent assault, and false imprisonment 20 years[9]
    Nasser Dad 36 Rape, false imprisonment, inciting gross indecency with a child 14 years, 6 months
    Tayab Dad 34 Rape 10 years
    Mohammed Sadiq 41 Sexual intercourse with a girl under 13 13 years
    Matloob Hussain 42 Sexual intercourse with a girl under 13 13 years
    Amjad Ali 36 Sexual intercourse with a girl under 13 11 years
    Sajid Ali 38 Seven counts of indecent assault 7 years, 6 months “Three men convicted of indecent assault of a child in 1990s”
    Zaheer Iqbal 40 Five counts of indecent assault 7 years, 6 months
    Riaz Makhmood 39 Three counts of indecent assault 6 years, 9 Months
    Riaz Makhmood 39 Indecent assault on a girl under 14 6 years, 9 months[209]
    Sajid Ali 38 Indecent assault on a girl under 14 7 years, 6 months
    Zaheer Iqbal 39 Indecent assault on a girl under 14 7 years, 6 months

    1. Hey! We’re not allowed to talk about Rotherham on Reason.

      We just allude to the fact the sites spent more time on Trump’s ice cream proclivities than it has to a few thousand girls raped by Muslims.

      Watch, someone’ll be along to screech ‘yokel’ and ‘liar’ any second.

  35. Wikipedia

    The Telford child sex abuse ring consisted of a group of men who were grooming local children for sex between 2007 and 2009 in Telford in the English county of Shropshire. Up to 100 girls are believed to have been affected[1] and around 200 perpetrators were suspected.[2] According to the Home Office, as of 2015 Telford had the highest rate in the UK of sex crimes against children.[3]

    In a series of trials stretching over two years and concluding in May 2013,[4] seven men, mainly British Pakistanis, were convicted of sexual offences against four girls aged 13 to 16. The offences included rape, controlling child prostitution, causing child prostitution, and trafficking for the purpose of prostitution.

  36. Telford convictions

    Ahdel Ali 25 “one charge of rape, 11 charges of sexual activity with a child, three charges of controlling child prostitution, one of inciting child prostitution, a charge of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and meeting a child after grooming” 18 years[1]
    Mubarek “Max” Ali 29 “four charges of controlling child prostitution, two of trafficking in the UK for sexual exploitation and a charge of causing child prostitution” 14 years[1]
    Mohammed Islam Choudhrey 54 “paying for sex with a Telford schoolgirl” 2 years 6 months[1]
    Mohammed Ali Sultan 26 “having sex with two teenage girls, one of whom was 13 years old” 7 years[1]
    Mohammed Younis 61 “allowing his flat to be used as a brothel by allowing a man to have sex with a girl who was being controlled as a prostitute” 2 years 6 months[1]
    Mahroof Khan 35 “having sex with a 15-year-old girl” 30 months[1]
    Tanveer Ahmed 40 “controlling a child prostitute” 2 years 6 months[1]
    Call for inquiry

    In September 2016, the Conservative MP for Telford, Lucy Allan, called for an inquiry.[7] She said she had had a meeting with a victim of the abuse, who told her that many of the worst offenders had not been prosecuted and were still living in the area. Allan said that she would be asking the prime minister, Theresa May, to take action.[8]

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