Social worker ‘failed to safeguard vulnerable young victims who were groomed by Rochdale child sex gang and closed their cases prematurely’

Deborah MacQueen – hag sacrificed young girls to safeguard “community cohesion”.

A social worker is accused of failing to safeguard young victims who were groomed by the Rochdale child sex abuse gang.

Deborah MacQueen, who worked for the Rochdale council, is also alleged to have closed their cases prematurely.

Nine Asian men from Rochdale and Oldham were convicted and jailed for a total of 70 years in 2012 for a string of offences including rape and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child.

Between 2005 and 2008, the group plied victims, who were as young as 13, with drink and drugs before they were ‘passed around’ for sex.