UK Muslim Rape Gangs Abused 1,400 Girls in Rotherham, Not A Single Cop Lost His Job
Headlines below: “Asian” is used to denote Muslims in British press – it’s not referring to Chinese, Korean, Japanese, etc. persons, as the term is used in the United States.
You know that awful Melody Kay Young doesn’t care about these white girls getting raped – not when the rapists are a part of that “Intersectional POC Victim Totem Pole” bullshit progressives love!
(I’m pretty sure it’s Melody Kay Young – before I blocked her on Twitter years ago. She pitched a fit when a link I sent to Dee of Wartburg Watch in a Tweet was re-Tweeted by Dee about Muslim grooming gangs who were systemically targeting white British girls for rape in Europe.
She Tweeted at Dee in reply that she was worried that sharing such accurate reporting would make all Muslims look bad, FFS. She showed zero concern for the rape victims.)
by Paul Sims
NOT one cop was sacked over failures that left Asian gangs free to abuse young white girls, a watchdog’s report has revealed.
Up to 1,400 girls as young as 11 were drugged, raped and pimped by gangs in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.
But an officer told one victim’s dad they could do nothing to stop the abuse as it might provoke racial tension, the report reveals.
Police told another parent “streetwise” white girls saw older Asian men as a “fashion accessory” but would “grow out of it”.
A rape victim was told her ordeal would teach her a lesson. And a girl was even arrested after being found with her tormentor.
…Most cops had retired and were beyond the reach of disciplinaries. The rest were given “words of advice” or a final warning.
Sammy Woodhouse was 15 when she gave birth to ringleader Arshid Hussain’s son after repeated rapes.
… [The probe] found police were indifferent to victims’ suffering and concluded some girls had consented to sexual acts and were equally to blame.
South Yorkshire Crime Commissioner Alan Billings said the report “lets down victims and survivors”.
Police and crime commissioner ‘disappointed’ as child sexual abuse inquiry ‘fails to identify individual accountability’
June 22, 2022
A long £6m investigation into multiple police failings during the Rotherham grooming scandal “lets down victims and survivors” by failing to identify any individual accountability, a police and crime commissioner has said.
It is estimated that more than 1,400 children were sexually exploited in Rotherham across the 16-year time span.
The report concludes that the force failed to protect vulnerable children. The IOPC carried out 91 investigations into police failings covering 265 separate allegations made by 51 complainants. In total, 47 officers were investigated, with the IOPC concluding eight had a case to answer for misconduct, and six for gross misconduct.
Not one officer lost their job as a result of the process and the most severe sanction was a written warning.
by Robert Spencer
“At least 1,400 children were subjected to appalling sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013,” and British officials did nothing; they “described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”
And now the national inquiry into this monstrous crime has stalled over the same fears.
Britain is desperately ill, so deeply diseased in its political culture that it is extremely unlikely that it will recover.
“Rotherham abuse scandal: ‘Victims punished’ by report – locals,” by Oli Constable, (Link): BBC News, June 22, 2022:
As a long-awaited report in to officers’ mishandling of widespread child sex abuse in Rotherham finds that South Yorkshire Police were guilty of systemic failings, the BBC asked residents how they felt about their home town and the police force charged with protecting them.
In 2014, a report highlighted how 1,400 young girls were sexually abused in Rotherham. The abuse had spanned 16 years. In response to this revelation, multiple inquiries into the way police and other authorities responded were commissioned.
(Link): Stuff Muslim Culture Likes