The New Observer
February 7, 2016
Arif Chowdhury, now in Bangladesh.
The ringleader of yet another nonwhite mass-rape gang, this time operating in Yorkshire, England, has fled back to Bangladesh rather than face justice in the UK, it has emerged.
Arif Chowdhury, a 20-year-old Bangladeshi who was born in the UK after his parents legally immigrated there, fled after being arrested in the West Yorkshire town of Keighley, Bradford.
The case involved Chowdhury and twelve other nonwhites engaging in the sustained mass rapes and abuse of local white schoolgirls.
Chowdhury, described by prosecution lawyer Louise Blackwell QC as a “convicted drug dealer, evil, and violent,” vanished while twelve of his racial compatriots were arrested.
The twelve, named as Mohammed Akram, Khalid Mahmood, Yasser Kabir, Tauqeer Hussain, Sufyan Ziarab, Bilal Ziarab, Israr Ali, Nazir Khan, Faisal Khan, Hussain Sardar, Saqib Younis, and Zain Ali, have all been found guilty, and will be sentenced on Monday, February 10.
Ten of the rapists were found guilty in December when the judge described some of those convicted as “insolent, arrogant, and disrespectful.”
Judge Roger Thomas QC said their behavior throughout the trial was the worst he had seen in 40 years of legal practice. He told them they had “quite frankly treated these proceedings with a certain amount of contempt and arrogance.”
Some of the Keighley gang, photographed at court.
Speaking after the verdicts were returned, the head of the Complex Casework Unit at the Crown Prosecution Service in Yorkshire and Humberside, Peter Mann, said: “These 12 men are responsible for a wide range of crimes involving child sexual exploitation and abuse. Their victims were young, naïve, and vulnerable, and were deliberately targeted: one victim was systematically groomed; threatened, exploited, and raped.”
Mass nonwhite rape gangs have become a serious problem throughout Britain as millions of nonwhites have poured in, legally and illegally, and all encouraged by successive Labour and Conservative party governments. (In fact, so many nonwhites have now entered that UK that unless the influx is halted and reversed, Britain will be a majority nonwhite country within the next generation.)
The most famous of these cases occurred in Rotherham, Yorkshire, where Pakistani gangs abused at least 1,400 white girls over an extended period of time.
The full extent of the nonwhite criminality was known to the local authorities, who, realizing the implications of making the crimes public, actually covered them up.
As an article in Forbes said, the “scale and scope [of the mass rapes] would have been inconceivable in a civilized country. Its origins, however, lie in something quite ordinary: what one Labour MP called ‘not wanting to rock the multicultural community boat.’”
Forbes went on to note that UK “police forces lean over backwards to avoid the accusation of racism, while social workers will hesitate to intervene in any case in which they could be accused of discriminating against ethnic minorities . . . In Rotherham a social worker would be mad, and a police officer barely less so, to set out to investigate cases of suspected sexual abuse, when the perpetrators are Asian Muslims and the victims ethnically English.
“Best to sweep it under the carpet, find ways of accusing the victims or their parents or the surrounding culture of institutionalised racism, and attending to more urgent matters such as the housing needs of recent immigrants, or the traffic offences committed by those racist middle classes.”
* Bangladesh has always refused to extradite any of its nationals, making it next to impossible for the Keighley rape gang leader to be punished for his crimes.
This, combined with the fact that Bangladeshi criminals regularly “flee” to that country to avoid justice in Europe, also makes a mockery of claims by thousands of Bangladeshis for “asylum” in Europe.