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Times article 23.9.12: 'Crimes of Silence' - Decade-long cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire

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Post by PeterMac on 24.09.12 18:40

Asian sex gangs operated for a decade in Rotherham as authorities refused to acknowledge the problem, chilling police files reveal
Documents reveal scale of sexual exploitation of girls in South Yorkshire
Vulnerable white girl, known to have been abused from the age of 12, was offered Urdu and Punjabi lessons by Rotherham Council to 'educate her'
Papers reveal catalogue of alleged crimes which have not been prosecuted
Rotherham MP Denis MacShane: 'We need clear leadership from government to eradicate this evil'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2207756/Victim-sex-gang-offered-Urdu-Punjabi-lessons-confidential-papers-reveal.html#ixzz27PTsy2BX

And if the Police HAD tried to do something, who would have been the first to shout "racism" ? Remember that one of the men in a previous trial actually tried to use that as his defence.

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Re: Times article 23.9.12: 'Crimes of Silence' - Decade-long cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire

Post by Nina on 24.09.12 18:44

@PeterMac wrote:
Asian sex gangs operated for a decade in Rotherham as authorities refused to acknowledge the problem, chilling police files reveal
Documents reveal scale of sexual exploitation of girls in South Yorkshire
Vulnerable white girl, known to have been abused from the age of 12, was offered Urdu and Punjabi lessons by Rotherham Council to 'educate her'
Papers reveal catalogue of alleged crimes which have not been prosecuted
Rotherham MP Denis MacShane: 'We need clear leadership from government to eradicate this evil'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2207756/Victim-sex-gang-offered-Urdu-Punjabi-lessons-confidential-papers-reveal.html#ixzz27PTsy2BX

And if the Police HAD tried to do something, who would have been the first to shout "racism" ? Remember that one of the men in a previous trial actually tried to use that as his defence.

Go into any large shopping mall where there are large numbers of immigrants and you will see gangs of very young girls with groups of male immigrants.

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Re: Times article 23.9.12: 'Crimes of Silence' - Decade-long cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire

Post by tigger on 24.09.12 19:55

What these anti racist people don't realise is that it does the established and law abiding community of Asians and immigrants no favours to be soft on criminals. They will be tarred with the same brush. It makes life far more difficult for them.

Thank you mr. Blair and most of all your human rights activist wife.

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Times article 23.9.12: 'Crimes of Silence' - Decade-long cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.09.12 20:34

Today's Times has a very important article covering its entire front page.

A whistleblower has provided documentary evidence to the Times of a massive cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire, involving, especially, social workers and the police. Children have been abused, raped and trafficked under the very noses of these professionals, who should be going flat out to protect them.

Unfortunately the Times doesn't allow non-subscribers to view its internet pages (I've only seen the paper copy), so if anyone can find the article and post it, I think it would be of wider interest here.

As it happens, according to the report, which I skim read, the males involved are almost all Pakistani - but in a sense, that's by the by - what matters is that professionals like social workers and police officers, directed from the top, have covered all this up for a decade.

Another shameful episode in the decline of our once-great country

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Post by Tony Bennett on 24.09.12 22:10

candyfloss wrote:I think this is the same story here Tony, not quite the times, but you can read on this link...............

[url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2207756/Victim-sex-gang-offered-Urdu-Punjabi-lessons-confidential-papers-reveal.html
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2207756/Victim-sex-gang-offered-Urdu-Punjabi-lessons-confidential-papers-reveal.html[/quote[/url]]

Thank you very much for finding that, candyfloss.

What has gone on in South Yorkshire shames the professionals involved

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Post by PeterMac on 24.09.12 22:17

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Can we merge this with Tony's latest one ?

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Re: Times article 23.9.12: 'Crimes of Silence' - Decade-long cover-up of systematic child abuse in South Yorkshire

Post by PeterMac on 25.09.12 8:15

@Tony Bennett wrote:
What has gone on in South Yorkshire shames the professionals involved
It does, BUT for many years, and probably even now, even an accusation of racism was sufficient to bring your career to a halt. No one in authority would back you, as they themselves had to be seen to be Politically correct. Look no further than what happened to Ray Honeyford. (google him if you don't know the story.)

Two case histories. Both from my Force and from my personal experience.
Det Insp in drugs squad was given some more budgetary overtime to allocate for operations. He shared it out with the operational officers, and was immediately accused of racism by the office manager, who was of Asian extraction, and who had been given that job on compassionate grounds for family and personal reasons some time before ! The DI was suspended from the squad for 6 months whilst it was looked at.

Sexism this time.
Young DC broke up with his girlfriend, who was a civil staff control room operator at the same station. He found a new girlfriend, and was settling down. Old girlfriend accused him of harassment and of actually groping her in the stairwell. No witnesses, of course, no evidence, one word agains the other.
I decided I could not let it go to a full disciplinary hearing in front of the Chief Constable, as I doubted that he would allow himself to find for the officer. Political correctness, you understand.
I moved the DC to another division, which by-passed the difficulty, was acceptable to the 'girlfriend', and did not affect his pass to Sergeant on the promotion ladder. She left to follow yet another man shortly after. He is now detective Superintendent.

Who dares offend Muslims ? The President of the USA is desperately trying not to, over the stupid film. Town Councils do all that stupid banning of Christmas every year, so as not to offend, even though we know it doesn't offend any sane person, the PC brigade have taken their new-think to extremes.

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Post by Spaniel on 25.09.12 15:45

Take a look at the sentencing in the Derby case today.

Does this Country even possess a backbone any more? Or are Muslims given lighter sentences as the patronising Judges consider them backward in some way? That their behaviour is excusable as their values are inferior to ours? If so, that is a gross insult to all Muslims who've integrated well.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2208292/Paedophile-gang-groomed-girls-young-13-giving-cuddly-toys-exchange-sex-locked-42-years.html
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Post by PeterMac on 28.09.12 9:02

It is indeed shocking, and a gross insult to those who have integrated and taken on civilised values.
But those do not seem to speak out as often and as vigorously as we might hope and expect.
There is something very dishonest about adding all the sentences and quoting the total figure, as if that had any meaning.
The important figure is what each one got, and how long they will serve before being released to re-offend.

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Post by PeterMac on 29.09.12 13:02

And of course Cyril Smith (Sir !) was MP for Rochdale.
He never sued Private Eye when they published the allegations.

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