Telford, England: Three police officers who investigated the rape scandal of British girls by predominantly Pakistani Muslim men revealed that their superiors dropped the cases because the chiefs said it “was too much trouble”. Medical professionals are accused of failing to question why underage girls were having abortions, miscarriages, and taking the morning-after pill. Most of these girls were teens who were lured into the sex rings and later brutalized and threatened into silence.
Telford, England: Police and social workers, paralyzed by the threat of being called a racist, allowed the rape and sex abuse of an estimated 1,000 white British girls over the past 40 years by mostly Muslim men. One of the men, Azhar Ali Mehmood, burned down a house with three women inside, killing them, and two more died in connection with the scandal.
The Northumbria police are tracking down social media users who made “offensive” and potentially “criminal posts” about the race and religion of grooming gangs following the Operation Shelter scandal, in which young white British girls were groomed, sexually abused, and trafficked by mostly Muslim men of Pakistani or Bangladeshi descent. A spokesman from Northumbria Police said that people on social media should ensure they do not post anything that could be considered offensive.