The single largest grooming trial to date. And the reporting of it was almost entirely confined to the local media. After 20 years of pretending these gangs didn't exist, now that they are being convicted the establishment's ploy is to get the controlled media to ignore the cases when it comes to reporting them to the nation.
Note that this area includes Wolverhampton, the very town where the Muslim gangs were compared to sex-slavers as long ago as 1988. Since 1988 this town has almost never been mentioned again in regard to the grooming scandal.
It is staggering how people cannot see that this kind of abuse and abandonment by justice system has long-term repercussions. What does it feel like when your society stands by and allows you to be raped by immigrants?
Once again, a collection of Muslims men this time from Banbury, a town that has not previously had a grooming gang conviction. I doubt most Brits have any idea that towns like Banbury have this going on. Those charged are mostly Muslim, showing that non-Muslims get drawn into this criminality because they are told the police do nothing.
Police turned the victim away when she went to them in fear of her life. In towns like Wendover, Aylesbury and High Wycombe - as long ago as 2001. Taxi would pick the girl up from school and for more than a year she would be raped by 8 or more men each night. Only 3 have been jailed.
Nothing has changed. These features were all highlighted in Easy Meat (2014). Culturally, morally the gangs think they are doing nothing wrong (their Islamic values are reinforced by the UK's hostility/racism to the "trash" of the white working-class). The gangs know that most of them will escape jail - the media's cover-up of the historical convictions fosters the gangs' confidence. And still we see the victims being told that their cases cannot be prosecuted.Note at the end, that every year there are now 3000 to 5000 reports to this one police force. Their patch is 5% of UK population. So there could be around 80,000 reports per year nationally.
If all these men are found guilty, this will put Oxford ahead of Rotherham in total count of convictions. Notice how many declare they are of 'no fixed abode'. This has been a growing trend among such cases, concealing the identities of those charged/convicted (also possible that these men in this case are already in prison, as their names are also concealed).
Teenager, who had only just turned 16, asked men for help as she returned home from a night out in the town.Other stories reported: Prosecutor Simon Taylor accused the co-defendants of 'plotting' and 'lying' their way out of the evidence held against them. He said: "Every single orifice had been penetrated by the group of men, while others watched, laughed and joined in themselves."It sounds from the report that the 4 convited were not the only men there (others watched)
1991 - social workers there knew it was going on1995 - £700k Barnardos project set up2004 - UAF join with police to stop 1st TV discussion of the crime wave2006 - Police, council say `no evidence of it`Nothing has changed. This was an epicentre & it's avoided all scrutiny.
This area still ignores the demands of the parents of victims to have an Inquiry. In 2006, 15 years after this area was the known epicentre for Muslim rape gangs, the police/council claimed there was no evidence this was going on.
They are terrorists, drug-dealers & rapists because it is Islamic. Islam was founded by a murderer, who recruited criminals. They took non-Muslims as slaves, the female slaves being raped. This is all in the core texts of Islam.
The national media & government are part of the cover-up. Even when the convictions & court cases prove the scale of the nationwide problem, there is a conspiracy of silence on discussing it.http://www.pmclauth.com/sentenced/Grooming-Gang-Statistics/Gangs-Jailed?widget=BASIC&start=1&limit=1000
Throughout the 3 decades where Muslims were raping schoolgirls on an industrial scale, Muslim businesses were at the heart of drug-supply and entrapment of the schoolgirls, and the prostituting of the girls to the rest of the Muslim male community.
Cracking down on a few of the worst offenders, long jail terms, and now deportation. The State seems to be trying to send a clear message as an attempt to stop the 1000s of these men who operate across the UK.