Once again we see that all the perpetrators are Muslims. The UK authorities and media insist that these rape gangs are not a specifically Muslim phenomenon, yet the perpetrators are almost entirely Muslim, and the victims non-Muslim. Why? Because the abuse of non-Muslim girls and women in this way is sanctioned in Islam. But British authorities have again and again shown that they’re so afraid of appearing to be “racist” that they let these gangs operate for years, and British politicians and media still routinely lie about why this is happening.
“Child sex gang of seven ‘predatory’ men who abused girls as young as 13 in a ‘s*** wagon’ with number plate ending ‘SHG’ are convicted after jury took 24 DAYS to reach their verdict,” by Bridie Pearson-Jones, Mailonline, March 24, 2018 (thanks to Lukasz):
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A sex gang of seven ‘predatory’ men have been convicted of abusing young girls.
The group of seven men aged between 37 and 47 were described as ‘predatory and cynical’ by a judge after being convicted on Friday following a five-month trial, at Oxford Crown Court.
The court heard how the gang would often abuse girls aged between 13 and 15 in a ‘s wagon’ with licence plate ending ‘SHG’.
A jury of four women and seven men took a record-breaking 107 hours and 31 minutes, over the course of 24 days, to reach their verdict.
The charges faced by the men, who each denied their part in the child sexual exploitation, included indecent assault, rape, and false imprisonment, on five victims between 1998 and 2005.
During the trial, Oxford Crown Court heard accounts from the victims, all of whom were aged between 13 and 15 at the time, who said they were plied with drink and drugs and took part in sex parties.
A number of the women also recalled a vehicle driven by the men regularly referred to as the ‘shag wagon’ – with a licence plate ending ‘SHG’.
Judge Peter Ross, who presided over the trial, said once the final verdicts were handed out: ‘Systematic and widespread grooming, that is what this case has revealed.
‘The investigation has involved countless hours of work and [the police] are entitled to commendations for the work they have done.’
He also thanked jurors for their ‘assidious’ and ‘phenomenal’ dedication to the case in returning their verdicts, following the longest jury deliberation in Oxford Crown Court history.
The lengthy trial saw seven defendants convicted – Raheem Ahmed, Moinul Islam, Kamran Khan, Kameer Iqbal, Khalid Hussain, Alladitta Yousaf and Assad Hussain.
Two others who stood trial, Saboor Abdul and Haji Khan, were acquitted of all charges. Two other men involved in proceedings cannot be named for legal reasons.
The court heard throughout the trial how the seven men on numerous occasions coerced the girls into sex at a number of addresses across Oxford.
These included at guest houses, in cars parked at lay-bys, and at local parks….
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