This just keeps happening, and this case won’t be the last, either. Muslim rape gangs are still operating with impunity in Britain. Just last year, some of the victims of the Muslim rape gangs in Rotherham said that the gangs were still operating. The British government has demonstrated an unstinting determination to sweep this scandal under the rug and continue its relentless pandering to Islamic groups. It looked for a time as if at least some of the victims would get justice, and there are still some trials such as this one. But clearly the May government wants the scandal gone, even as its scope keeps widening: one report about the Muslim exploitation of Sikh girls says that it started in the 1960s.
It’s shameful. A country that betrays its girls has no future. Britain has no future.
“Oxford grooming gang who plied lonely, friendless 14-year-old girl with drink and drugs before raping her when she was comatose are all jailed for life,” by Joel Adams, Mailonline, January 21, 2019 (thanks to Mark):
A gang of three man who groomed and raped a vulnerable schoolgirl in a horrific campaign of child sex abuse have been jailed for life.
Mohammed Karrar, Bassam Karrar and Anjum Dogar befriended the ‘lonely, friendless’ 14-year-old girl and began grooming their victim by taking her to parties and giving her alcohol and drugs before making demands for sexual acts.
The victim was so vulnerable – and so deceived that the men were her friends – she felt unable to refuse their demands.
She did not recognise their treatment as abusive, as a result of their insidious and long-running grooming campaign.
Police said their predatory behaviour in Oxford came to an horrific head when the men put the victim in a state of being comatose, using a cocktail of drugs and drink at a party.
She woke up with terrible injuries and realised that she had been viciously attacked and raped by the gang, a police spokesman said.
To her horror, she later discovered that she had become pregnant as a result of the attack and had an abortion.
The gang carried out their abuse between 2002 and 2005. At the time their vulnerable victim was aged between 14 and 16.
But in 2015 she disclosed her ordeal to a social worker and was then contacted by Thames Valley Police, who made a number of arrests following warrants in Oxford in 2016.
A jury took just five hours and three minutes to find them all guilty by a unanimous verdict, following their trial at Oxford Crown Court which ended in December.
At the court today Judge Peter Ross handed down life sentences against each of them for the horrific campaign and sexual abuse.
Mohammed Karrar, 44, from Oxford, was sentenced to life imprisonment – to serve a minimum of 18 years – for three counts of indecent assault, one count of rape and one count of conspiracy to rape.
Bassam Karrar, 39, from Oxford, was sentenced to life with a minimum of 10 years, for one count of indecent assault and one count of rape.
Dogar, 36, from Oxford, was sentenced to life with a minimum of 20 years for one count of indecent assault and three counts of conspiracy to rape….
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