Lawyer attacks council leaders that let Pakistani sex gangs rape 1,400 vulnerable girls

A lawyer representing victims of an unprecedented child sex abuse scandal in the north of England has called for a criminal investigation into the actions of council leaders who were in power at the time.

At least 1,400, predominately white, children were groomed, trafficked and raped by gangs of predominantly Pakistani and British Pakistani men in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.

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  • Dana Garcia

    Any country that doesn’t protect its children from foreign sex perverts is lost.

    • Ed

      Yup… and there’s 2800 parents with a lot to answer for…

  • SMC_BC

    Here’s hoping council members get prison time.

  • Martin B

    1997. That’s 20 years ago. I wonder how many of those council members have retired and died of old age by now.

    Shameful, disgraceful…all those words are inadequate. I think even Shakespeare would have a hard time coming up with words for this.

  • Blind Druid

    They will circle the wagons and protect each other using the still prevalent British Class System. I can’t say any more – I wanna puke. Glad I left.

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    Can they go after council assets in The UK, like forcing the liquidation of council flats and kicking out the Muzbots?
    It would be glorious if they could.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      It has always appalled me that the office holder has been insulated legally from their conduct after holding it.
      Should be, you fuck up and there is no statute of limitations.
      Want to be a public servant?
      Then serve the public.
      Put your head in the noose and conduct yourself accordingly.

  • xavier

    At the very least exposing those scum that aided and abetted the tape gangs will start a slow cleaning process.
    Name shame jail and fine

  • I just have no words for the utter moral depravity of this entire situation. That people would let it continue is beyond belief.

    • Chris

      That is the direct result of making your population fear its own government by punishing those who dare to disagree.

      • Part of it, yes. But people have defied their governments before and the punishments were far more severe. People lack the moral fortitude.