When will the little white under age girls , and their families , have the satisfaction of seeing these barbarians in jail

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Fiona Woolf, who has been appointed to chair the government inquiry into historic child abuse, was subjected to an interrogation on Tuesday.

” running scared about historic sex abuse ”

And so they should be.

What about the not so historic sex abuse, which has been carried on , on an industrial scale , in cities, not just in the North , but across the entire country.

Continual allegations , continual evidence of collusion, continual evidence of inefficiency , of lost records , of destroyed records.

A Police Commissioner , who had to be forced to resign, a woman, supposedly in charge of children’s welfare, who was paid £40,000 to go away.

Where are the arrests ,of the Pakistani abusers, tortures , rapers, groomersbnp rotherham
Where are the prosecutions for the above , of these low life’s .

When will the little white under age girls , and their families , have the satisfaction of seeing these barbarians in jail

Prof Jay’s Report Rotherham: Exec Summary: …stark evidence came in 2002, 2003 and 2006- 3 reports to the Police & Council, which could not have been clearer of the situation in Rotherham. 1st report was suppressed-senior officers disbelieved the data. The other 2 reports set out the links between child sexual exploitation (CSE) & drugs, guns and criminality in the Borough. These reports were ignored & no action taken.

In the early 2000s, small group from key agencies monitored the children involved in CSE or at risk but their managers gave little help or support. Some at a senior level in the Police and children’s social care continued to think the extent of the problem, as described by youth workers, was exaggerated, and seemed intent on reducing the official numbers of children categorised as CSE.

Seminars in 2004-05 presented the abuse in the most explicit terms. After these events, nobody could say ‘we didn’t know’. … councillors did not engage with the Pakistani community to discuss how to address the issue. Some councillors seemed to think it was a one-off problem, they hoped would go away.

Staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.



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