It appears that British officials were willing to go to any lengths, and sacrifice any number of young British girls, to appease the new masters of the country.
Two “vulnerable” 14-year-old girls who were living in a care home were groomed, given drugs and alcohol, and were raped over a two-year period by a gang of ten men, a court has heard.
Opening the prosecutor’s case at Bradford Crown Court, Kama Melly QC told the jury that both girls were in the care of the state at the time, describing them as “sadly ripe and vulnerable to manipulation”….
The prosecution alleged that one victim had run away from the home with a female friend, both aged 14, and were then approached by one of the defendants in a car who began grooming them for sex, reports the Telegraph & Argus.
Ms. Melly then detailed that one girl was taken to meet other men who used “fear” and “manipulation” to “satisfy their sexual desires”.
The following charges relate to alleged abuse committed between July 2009 and July 2011:
- Saeed Akhtar, 54, Bradford, denies two charges of causing or inciting child prostitution and one charge of rape.
- Naveed Akhtar, 42, Bradford, denies three charges of rape.
- Izar Hussain, 31, Bradford, denies three charges of rape, and an additional allegation of attempted rape.
- Mohammed Usman, 30, Bradford, pleaded not guilty to two charges of rape.
- Kieran Harris, 27, Ravensthorpe, Dewsbury, pleaded not guilty to two charges of rape.
- Yasar Majid, 36, Milton Keynes, denies a single charge of rape.
- Fahim Iqbal, 27, of no fixed abode, pleaded not guilty to aiding and abetting rape.
- Zeeshan Ali, 31, Bradford, denies a single charge of sexual assault.
- Parvaze Ahmed, 35, Bradford, denies three charges of rape.
- Basharat Khaliq, 37, Bradford, denies assault by penetration and five charges of rape.
Police told the 13 year old Rotherham grooming gang victim not to mention the ethnicity of her rapists. https://t.co/oWc8uMUAjw
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The case only came to court after one of the alleged victims watched a programme, years after the alleged abuse took place, which was related to the Rotherham abuse scandal where Muslim, Pakistani-heritage men groomed and sexually abused more than 1,500 mainly white girls.
The now young woman then asked her boyfriend to call the BBC Look North television studio where her details were taken and passed onto police, after which an investigation was launched.
Ms Melly told the court: “Frustrated at the lack of coverage… her partner contacted Look North, telling them the abuse was ‘much wider than Rotherham’.”…
The prosecutor went on to say that the police did nothing to help the alleged victim until her boyfriend called the television studio years later….