Media Silence : Oldham Grooming Gang On Trial For Abusing Schoolgirls In Care

Four Muslim grooming gang members are on trial in Manchester. Like many of these Muslim grooming gang trials,it is being kept very low key with almost a complete media blackout other than the local press. Its a sad state of affairs when the national press think that Big Brother and B list celebrities love lives are more newsworthy than the continued rape jihad against British schoolgirls up and down the UK.

Though from a leftist community cohesion point of view, i suppose keeping news of these evil Muslim paedophile gangs out of the spotlight  is all good keeping the nation in the dark as to the severity of problem. Keeping it confined to local press will stop the public seeing the big picture and keep more negative attention off Muslims who are still in denial that it is a huge problem within their communities.

It seems Rochdale social services have learnt no lessons from past mistakes  and are still allowing children in their care to be groomed and sexually exploited by Muslim nonces

The Islamic paedophile ring on trial are all from Oldham, which like so many Northern ex mill towns has areas that are now heavily islamized. Glodwick where the offences are alleged to have taken place is one of those Muslim enclaves.

 I think its pretty safe to say now that grooming gangs are operating in every town and city that there is a sizeable amount of Muslims living. Its just a matter of time until they are rumbled and exposed.

coming soon to a town or city near you, Muslim rape jihad

Under-age girls lured in for sex

Date published: 25 May 2015

TWO vulnerable under-age girls were plied with booze and drugs by older men bent on taking advantage of them to have sex, a court has been told.

The girls — one 13, the other 15 — who had had difficult and troubled home lives, were in the care of Rochdale Social Services at the time, but despite the efforts of staff, repeatedly absconded, sometimes staying out all night.

A jury at Manchester’s Minshull Street Crown Court heard how their behaviour was often “risky and irresponsible” and both liked the company of adult men.

Four Oldham men, arrested following an investigation into child sexual exploitation, are before the court on charges involving the girls and a 13-year old boy.

Neil Usher, prosecuting, said each of the men had played a part, directly or indirectly, in sexual offences involving the younger girl, described as particularly vulnerable.

On three occasions within days of each other in September, last year, the girls absconded from their respective care homes spending nights at addresses in Oldham.

On the last occasion they had been at a terrace house on Worsley Street, Glodwick, which they later claimed to have visited many times.

The younger girl told police she had had unprotected sex with 27-year old Bilal Ahmed while “out of her face” on alcohol.

The court was told that in the first incident six days earlier, the two girls and a 13-year old boy who had also absconded, went into Rochdale where they met 20-year old Hassan Ali.

He suggested going to Oldham on the tram and they were later joined by Ahmed who arranged for them to stay overnight at an address on Tentercroft, occupied by the other two defendants, Dilon Rasul (23) and Mohammed Suleman (47).

The jury was told earlier on the journey into Oldham the girls had been overheard saying they planned to have sex that night if there were any “fit” boys.

Both described being plied with booze and drugs, and the boy described at least one of them as being “smashed” on vodka.

They admitted to “snogging” sessions with Ahmed and Ali.

The second time the girls went missing, they were again at the Worsley Street address.

The court was told that both Ali and Ahmed denied all the allegations against them, but analysis of mobile phones seized by police revealed scores of texts between the two girls and the men.

Ahmed denies any form of sexual activity, and says he never went to the Worsley Street address.

Ali maintains he had no relationship with either girl and says though texts were sent from his mobile phone, he had not sent them.

Bilal Ahmed, formerly of Tentercroft, pleads not guilty to two charges of child abduction, and three counts of sexual activity with a child.

Hassan Ali, of no fixed address, pleads not guilty to conspiracy to engage in penetrative sex with a child and four counts of child abduction.

Dilon Rasul of Worsley Street, Glodwick, and Mohammed Suleman, of Chief Street, Oldham, plead not guilty to conspiracy to engage in penetrative sex with a child.

The trial continues.


5 thoughts on “Media Silence : Oldham Grooming Gang On Trial For Abusing Schoolgirls In Care”

  1. This problem needs to be taken seriously and I would suggest that Rt Hon Sajid Javid is just the person to set up an inquiry asap. See this extract from the Telegraph magazine.
    My be he would be pleased to have your documentation. The figures are now so extreme.

    CULTURE Secretary Sajid Javid has become the latest figure following the Bullfinch scandal to call for an investigation into why men in some cultures have a “completely unacceptable” view of women.

    Mr Javid asked why there are men in modern British society who have “such a low value of women that they see them as commodities to be abused”.

    And he also said that political correctness had prevented authorities from properly investigating the abuse of young girls by older Asian Muslim men. 

    His comments came after the abuse scandals in Oxford, where up to 373 youngsters were abused or at danger of being groomed, Rotherham and Rochdale.

    The politician told the Daily Telegraph magazine: “In order to get to the bottom of this we have to look at the cultural aspects of it, and we can no longer be held back in any sense by political correctness.

    “I know plenty of people, British Muslims, men and women, who would 100 per cent agree with that, not only out of a sense of shame but also because of the fear of what else might be going on.
    “Some of the values that certain people in some communities have, in their attitudes to women or on the question of freedom of expression, are just totally unacceptable in British society; and we do no one any favours when we don’t investigate or talk about them.”

    Mr Javid said a “misplaced sense of political correctness” prevented authorities “properly investigating” what was going on in the past.

    He told the magazine: “Well, first of all the perpetrators were disproportionately Asian Muslim men, and I absolutely think there has been a misplaced sense of political correctness that prevented authorities, whether social workers or police, from properly investigating what was going on.

    If we are to learn proper lessons from this, we have to look at the cultural side of some communities in Britain and see why it is that in some communities there are men that have a view of women that is completely unacceptable in modern British society; why do they have such a low value of women that they see them as commodities to be abused?
    And these are just the cases we know about. But what about the women in their own communities? What might be going on that we don’t know about, where girls are too frightened to report something?”
    A Serious Case Review released last month highlighted failings by Thames Valley Police, Oxfordshire County Council
    Det Chief Supt Andrew Murray said at the time of the review’s release that there should be an academic study into why the offenders in grooming gangs were predominantly Muslim.

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