An 11 man grooming gang from Bradford have been found guilty of rape and sexually exploiting a vulnerable schoolgirl . As with almost every other grooming gang case, the vile sexual deviants were Muslim men and the victim a white girl.
During the trial the court evidence how the white girl, 13 at the time, said she was marched to the grounds of an old church after refusing to run drugs for ringleader Arif Choudury. She said he hit her, pulled her hair and pushed her into the dirt Then whilst pinning her down he raped the girl . Laughing and calling her “a little white slag” whilst he committed the disgusting crime.
In police interviews, recorded and shown to the jury, the girl claimed she begged smirking Choudury to stop but he refused and carried on laughing. She said: “He was raping me and laughing. He was laughing, calling me a dirty little slut.” The islamononce later began passing her round his fellow Muslim paedophile friends.
The fact that the victim was white and non Muslim obviously played a huge factor in her abuse. The Islamic child rapists saw her exactly as the ringleader said. “a little white slag” who they could abuse whenever they saw fit. It also would likely go some way to buying the Muslim communities silence regarding their abhorrent actions. Rather than risk the wrath of their fellow Muslims and being grassed up to the police for abusing one of their own kind.
The victims race and religion are of huge significance. When you consider the number of adult Muslim men found guilty in this trial, 11, which is a lot. How likely is it they ringleader asked only those 11 did they want to abuse the schoolgirl ? And they just so happened to have the same warped lusting for sex with children?
I refuse to believe every single Muslim male is a paedophile. What i do believe is that they have an excessively above average % than any other section of society who are sexual deviants. Still surely there has to be some of their fellow Muslims who turned the chance to kiddie fiddle and know what is going on. Yet still don’t report it to the police. For me those who have turned a blind eye to the grooming gangs are guilty of aiding and abetting the perverts when they could of put a stop to it.
ELEVEN members of a depraved Asian sex gang who sexually abused one white girl have been branded “insolent and disrespectful” by a judge as they were found guilty at Bradford Crown Court.
Ten men were found guilty of rape and an eleventh man was found guilty of sexual activity in a unanimous verdict following a seven-week trial.
The victim as aged between 13 and 14 when she was raped and abused repeatedly by the depraved group of men.
On one horrifying occasion the girl was raped by five men in succession, the court was told.
One defendant was also found guilty of raping a second underage victim in 2009.
In the packed courtroom, members of the public gallery cried out in disbelief and one shouted to the court that the conviction was a “set up”, before being led out, as the verdicts were read out.
Judge Roger Thomas QC told the court that the defendants had treated the proceedings with “contempt and arrogance”.
He said: “In 40 years of practice, I have never seen a dock that has been as insolent and disrespectful as this one.
“I have the poorest of opinions about the defendants.”
During the trial at Bradford Crown Court the jury of seven women and one man, heard that she was passed around and used by the group of “nasty” men by ringleader Ahmed Al-Choudhury..
Choudhury was not in the line-up of men standing trial.
During the trial the jury also heard that in an underground car park where some of the abuse took place, there was painted over graffiti which read the victim’s name and the word “corner”.
The eleven defendants will be sentenced on February, 5, along with a twelfth defendant, Khalid Mahmood, 34, who previously pleaded guilty to five counts of rape.
Praising the police, Judge Thomas said: “This has been a very considerable exercise for the police.
“The victim was missing from home and school so often – it seems to be accurate that police and other agencies were doing their best to try to exercise some control over the victim.
“They were met with an unhappy young girl who was in a vulnerable position and unable to take their help.”
Speaking after the verdict, Detective Chief Inspector Chris Walker, from West Yorkshire Police described the investigation as “challenging, complex and sensitive” and heralded the bravery of the victims.
He said: “I would like to pay tribute to the victims who have shown a great deal of courage in standing up to their perpetrators.
“These young girls were preyed upon and either raped or sexually assaulted.
“One was even passed around by these men for no other reason than their own gratification.
“Child sexual exploitation is one of the most important challenges facing the police. It is totally unacceptable and it is the responsibility of all agencies, communities and individuals to identify those responsible and help bring them to justice.
“Protecting the victims is a priority. However unwilling they may be initially to engage with police or other agencies, or to give evidence against the perpetrators, they will always be supported and protected from further harm.”
Sufyan Ziarab, 22, from Keighley, West Yorks., was found guilty of two counts of rape.
His brother Bilal Ziarab, 21, from Bradford,West Yorks., was also found guilty of two counts of rape.
Yasser Kabir, 25, from Keighley was found guilty of three counts of Rape and not guilty of one count of rape.
Hussain Sardar, 19, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.
Nasir Khan, 22, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of two counts of rape.
Saqib Younis, 29, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.
Israr Ali, 19, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.
Faisal Khan, 27, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.
Zain Ali, 20, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.
Tanqueer Hussain, 23, from Keighley was found guilty of two counts of rape with regard to one victim, guilty of one count of raping a second underage victim and not guilty of a final count of rape.
Mohammed Akram, 63, was found guilty of sexual activity with a child under the age of 16.