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Police called underage victims ‘prostitutes’ and ignored Asian sex gangs to prevent a white race riot

by | 26th, June 2015

Rotherham abuse

 

In today’s peadophile news, the Times says a new inquiry into sexual abuse in Rotherham has revealed “hundreds” of suspects.

The national crime agency (NCA) says it’s investigating 300 suspects in Rotherham.

Yeah, that’s all. The Guardian says “councillors are among possible suspects”.

The Times continues:

Most of the alleged offenders acted in groups and were “of Asian appearance”, it said, while most identified victims were “white British” girls. The NCA’s suspects include one present and one former member of Rotherham council.

By ‘Asian apeparance’ the report means not Chinese nor Thai. It means Pakistani.

Preliminary findings of its inquiry were released on the day David Cameron announced that Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, is to chair a new child protection task force “to drive fundamental reforms to improve the protection of vulnerable children”.

All those in power need do is listen to children who say they’ve been abused. Cameron’s “fundamental reforms” sound a lot like the meaningless “lessons need to be learnt”.

The prime minister told the Commons: “What we saw happen in Rotherham, Rochdale and in my own city of Oxford was absolutely horrific. Steps are being taken by the police and social services to deal with it much better but I am not satisfied with the progress.”

What we saw. It’s all the past. But it isn’t. It’s now. The police were very much part of the problem. They were told but did not listen.

South Yorkshire police asked the NCA to investigate 16 years of sexual exploitation in Rotherham after an independent inquiry led by Professor Alexis Jay said 1,400 local children were groomed for abuse from 1997 to 2013. Her report noted that most identified offenders were of Pakistani origin and was scathing in its criticism of widespread failings by Rotherham council and the South Yorkshire force. The agency’s inquiry, Operation Stovewood, began last December. NCA officers have spent the past six months studying council and police files.

 

 Members of the EDL (English Defence League) hold a demonstration calling for the resignation of South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright outside the police station on September 1, 2014 in Rotherham, England.

 

Steve Baldwin, the head of the inquiry, says:

“The abuse that’s taken place in Rotherham is horrendous. We have gathered a huge amount of material which details some very disturbing events.”

Operation Stovewood is a separate investigation from two South Yorkshire police inquiries. These have led to 22 arrests and charges against four people. A third South Yorkshire sex-grooming inquiry was taken over by the NCA.

And:

Trevor Pearce, in command of Operation Stovewood, said no one from Rotherham “who has abused or assisted in the abuse of children should rest easy”. He added: “A large number of young girls have had their lives stolen.”

We want the abusers to be dealt with through the justice system. But what of their enablers, the people in positions of trust who ignored the children and allowed the crimes to continue and grow for so long? Will they face trial?

And that brings us to another story in the Times :

A police force suppressed a report on how gangs were sexually grooming girls over fears that the findings would trigger racial tensions before the 2010 general election.

West Midlands police had been warned that 139 girls, some as young as 13, were at serious risk of exploitation from groups of men mostly of Pakistani origin. Documents obtained by the Birmingham Mail under the Freedom of Information Act disclosed that the men targeted schools and children’s homes and that white girls were forced to recruit other vulnerable children. Despite the warnings, police did not alert the public or appeal for information.

Got that? The white girls get abused and the police message is that if arrests are

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