25 Arrested In Newcastle Grooming Gang Investigation

Police in the North East have been extremely busy the last couple of days giving Newcastle’s suspected child groomers a nice  early morning surprise. Their doors getting smashed off the hinges and a van full of coppers coming through it. Latest reports suggest that a total of 25 people were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to rape .

Vile paedophiles and child abusers come in all colours and religions.They are utter filth and I despise them all.Police haven’t given details of those arrested yet such as race/religion. So regardless of if they turn out to be Muslim or not I view any paedos arrested as a good result at the end of the day.

But ……..having said that i must admit my rape jihad detector reading is going through the roof here. It has Muslim grooming gang wrote all over it. In-fact i’m that sure of some Islamic involvement here, that if i do happen to be completely wrong i will convert to Islam!

I will give my reasons as to why i’m so certain of it.

  • Similarities to other past Muslim grooming gang incidents. They have predatory instinct of targeting societies weakest and most vulnerable such as girls in care.
  • Newcastles West End where the investigation is centred around is a ‘Multi Cultural’ area meaning significant numbers of Muslims
  • First picture below from local press shows police outside a business serving halal food. Members of public in short are clearly non white.
  • Northumbria Police’s Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Gary Calvert, said those arrested are from a range of different backgrounds and communities.
  • The constant reference by authorities to communities. ‘Concern in the community’ / ‘Officers who the community know’ / ‘community leaders’  / ‘ask for  community support’.  When have you ever known police consult infidel British community leaders over raiding somebodies house and arresting them?  This is common jargon when talking about ethnic minorities and particularly the  ‘Muslim community’

Four more arrests in sexual exploitation probe after raids on Tyneside

29 Jan 2014 13:25

Officers investigating the sexual exploitation of young girls have searched three more homes and arrested four men on conspiracy to rape

Police patrol Newcastle's West End

Police patrol Newcastle’s West End

A total of 25 people have now been arrested as Northumbria Police continue a major investigation into the sexual exploitation of young girls.

Another three homes have been searched in Newcastle and South Tyneside and four men arrested as part of Operation Sanctuary.

The arrests are on suspicion of conspiracy to rape. Those arrested yesterday have been bailed.

Thirteen men and two women were arrested following raids on Monday and yesterday officers swooped on five properties in Newcastle and Gateshead.

The operation was launched weeks ago after the police received reports of concern for a teenage girl.

Subsequent inquiries led to detectives identifying several other victims, all of whom are or have been in local authority care.

 

Victim of sex abuse was in a council run children’s home, it has emerged

29 Jan 2014 08:03

At least one victim at the centre of a police sex probe was in a council run children’s home for a “considerable time” when she was allegedly targeted for sexual exploitation

Police activity following raids in the West End of Newcastle
Police activity following raids in the West End of Newcastle

At least one victim at the centre of a police sex probe was in a council run children’s home for a “considerable time” when she was allegedly targeted for sexual exploitation.

Newcastle Council is waiting to see exactly what type of official safeguarding inquiry into the alleged sex abuse will take place, but with council officials saying all the victims had at some time being known to social services, it is now accepted a high level review will take place.

Yesterday six more men were questioned by detectives probing a conspiracy to abuse teenage girls on Tyneside. Officers raided a further five properties in Newcastle and Gateshead yesterday as part of Operation Sanctuary.

The suspects were taken into police custody and questioned on suspicion of conspiracy to rape.

Yesterday’s raids follow Monday’s early morning swoops at 11 properties, mainly inNewcastle, where 13 men and two women were arrested and quizzed over the same charge.

Operation Sanctuary was launched after police received reports of concern for a teenage girl. Subsequent enquiries led detectives to identify several other victims, some of which are or have been in local authority care.

Northumbria Police’s Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Gary Calvert, said those arrested are from a range of different backgrounds and communities.

And as the investigation is in its early stages, he is appealing for anyone with information or who knows of any other victims to get in touch.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/victim-sex-abuse-council-run-6641417

More arrests made on Tyneside in child sex exploitation probe

28 Jan 2014 17:37
Police probing the sexual exploitation of teenage girls on Tyneside have today made more arrests

The Chronicle reported earlier how 13 men and two women had been questioned on suspicion of conspiracy to rape, following a series of early morning raids in Newcastle yesterday.

This morning officers swooped on five more properties, in Newcastle and Gateshead, and three more men were arrested.

Since then a further three men have been arrested.

Northumbria Police have now arrested 21 people – 19 men and two women – on suspicion of conspiracy to rape.

They are currently being questioned on suspicion of conspiracy to rape, at police stations across Tyneside.

The investigation, code-named ‘Operation Sanctuary’ was launched weeks ago after police received reports of concern for a teenage girl.

Subsequent enquiries led to detectives identifying several other victims, all of which are or have been in local authority care.

Northumbria Police’s Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Gary Calvert, said those arrested are from a range of different backgrounds and communities.

And as the investigation is in its early stages, he is appealing for anyone with information or who knows of any other victims to get in touch.

He said: “Operation Sanctuary is an investigation launched following information about a series of sexual assaults involving a number of men from a range of communities.

“This started with information received about concerns for a teenage girl. We are taking steps to prevent and disrupt this activity. Vulnerable victims have been identified and action has been taken to safe-guard them. However there may well be other victims.

“If there are any women and girls who have been involved in this activity, even if they don’t believe they’re a victim, we’d still like to speak to them.

Police say this is the first time Northumbria Police has carried out an investigation of this kind.

A dedicated team of specialist officers has been set up to work on the operation.

And at this stage it appears that the victims and their alleged abusers all have links to one another.

Police are now working closely with local authorities and safeguarding partners to make sure the victims are fully supported. And they are urging the community to support the investigation.

ACC Calvert added: “This is a sensitive investigation which is at a very early stage and moving rapidly.

“I understand that these types of allegations can cause the public concern and I want to reassure the community that police take crimes of this nature extremely seriously and will thoroughly investigate them. Our over-arching priority is to protect any victims or potential victims and to bring any offenders to justice.

“I must emphasise that the suspects do not come from one community but a range of communities and it would be very wrong to speculate until we have the full facts which may take some time. The victims include teenage girls as well as young adults.

“There is nothing to suggest there is any risk to the general public as we believe the victims and suspects were known to each other.

“We need the support of local people to help us and I would urge people to come forward with any information they may have.

“Neighbourhood officers, known to their communities, will be on patrol to reassure people and anyone should feel free to speak to them about concerns they may have.”

Yesterdays arrests and searches happened predominantly in Newcastle, all those questioned have now been released on bail.

And a number of homes in the city’s West End were searched throughout the day.

Coun Nick Forbes, leader of Newcastle City Council, has appealed for the city to come together in the face of such shocking allegations.

“We are working closely with Northumbria police as part did operation sanctuary. Our priority at this stage is to support the police with their investigation and that all victims are safe from any further harm,” he said. “Today’s arrests are bound to cause deep concerns within our communities. However it is early days and we ask residents not to draw conclusions. The city has a long history of tolerance and respect and this is something that we are very proud of.

“We urge everybody to come together.”

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