UK Police Chiefs Dropped Grooming Gang Rape Cases Because It Was “Too Much Trouble”

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Telford, England: Three police officers who investigated rape and pimping scandal of underage British girls by predominantly Pakistani Muslim men revealed that their superiors dropped the cases because the chiefs said it “was too much trouble”.  Social workers often ignored complaints, and one of the chiefs said that the cases were dropped to save the children from having to testify in court. Medical professionals are accused of failing to question why underage girls were having abortions, miscarriages, and taking the morning-after pill. [To fully understand this story, it is necessary to know that most of these girls were teens who were lured into the sex rings and later brutalized and threatened into silence.  British tolerance of prostitution may have added to the lackluster response by police and medical professionals.  The British government is obsessed with protecting the public image of immigrant criminals.] -GEG

Three police officers who investigated child sex abuse in Telford have revealed just how the victims were failed.

One told the Sunday Mirror he was “horrified” after court orders against more than 20 suspects were abandoned – allegedly after chiefs said it “was too much trouble”.

Another told of the “huge” scale of abuse and said more convictions could have been achieved if the cases had been properly linked at the time.

Meanwhile, the mother of an abused girl who died revealed she gave police a three-page list of suspects – but claimed nothing was done.

The same girl and a fellow 13-year-old were reportedly in a car driven by abusers that was stopped by police – but allowed to go.

The officers came forward after Supt Tom Harding, of West Mercia Police, said he “significantly disputed” our probe and claimed an ­estimate of 1,000 victims was “sensationalised”.

But a string of experts have supported our figures and today the question remains – why didn’t the police do more?

One of the police whistleblowers said of the feared 1,000 toll: “I don’t think it’s beyond the realms of possibility at all.

“I wouldn’t be surprised. It was the tip of the iceberg.”

Today, Assistant Chief Constable Martin Evans denied court orders were discounted because of the level of work required.

But our sources stood by their account. And going public showed their concern over the true scale of the problem and the police response.

One said: “There were lots of people that were suspected of abuse but not put before the courts.

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4 years ago

That’s nothing new… they aren’t pursuing immigrants in America either… my daughter had her wallet taken a year ago from some obvioius mexicans that took it to a high buck mexican restaurant and proceeded to charge $500 on it in a couple hours — police wouldn’t even file a report even though they were in the VIP Club and they had videos of them and also she cut the card off before they could charge the last $300 of the $500 tab – so they had to use a card to get out of the restaurant… so they are running… Read more »