November 19, 2018
The Rotherham case is still dragging on.
Presumably, the court is still deciding which Pakis should be protected, and which Pakis should be thrown under the bus to give the public the impression that something is being done.
These must be six of the unlucky ones.
Six men of Pakistani heritage have been handed jail sentences for sexually abusing five underage girls in Rotherham following an eight-week trial, during which jurors heard the men had “destroyed” their victims’ childhoods.
Mohammed Imran Akhtar, Nabeel Kurshid, Asif Ali, Iqlak Yousaf, Salah El-Hakam, and Tanweer Ali were sentenced at Sheffield Crown Court on Friday, after they were convicted at the end of last month of 22 child sexual exploitation (CSE) offences which took place in Rotherham between 1998 and 2005.
According to local media, the men failed to show any remorse for the string of offences they committed, which included indecent assault, rape, and false imprisonment.
One victim told the court how her childhood was “snatched away” as a result of the abuse, explaining she was made to have sex with “at least 100 Asian men” by the time she was aged 16 after she was “passed around” by the defendants from the age of just 13, as Breitbart London reported previously.
During the trial, the jury also heard the complainants were “frequently in cars stopped by the police but this did not deter the abusers” with the National Crime Agency’s (NCA) Paul Williamson explaining that the men “used violence and intimidation and believed they were untouchable by law enforcement”.