Not much more for me to add to any of this, since you already know what the sum total is.
“I was collecting data on who the perpetrators were, what cars they were using, their grooming methods, their offending methods, and what I was also collecting, was information on professional responses.”
When the researcher began to share her findings with the council, she told them most of the perpetrators being named were from the British Pakistani community.
She said she was taken aback by the response from one official.
“They said you must never refer to that again, you must never refer to Asian men,” she said.
“And [the] other response was to book me on a two-day ethnicity and diversity course to raise my awareness of ethnic issues.”
…Increasingly, the girls were shared not just among groups of men locally, but sold, or bartered for drugs or guns. They were driven to cities like Sheffield, Manchester and London, where groups of men raped them, sometimes overnight.
When parents reported their daughters missing, it could take 24 hours for the police to turn up, Ms. Jay said. Some parents, if they called in repeatedly, were fined for wasting police time.
Some officers and local officials told the investigation that they did not act for fear of being accused of racism. But Ms. Jay said that for years there was an undeniable culture of institutional sexism. Her investigation heard that police referred to victims as “tarts” and to the girls’ abuse as a “lifestyle choice.”
In the minutes of a meeting about a girl who had been raped by five men, a police detective refused to put her into the sexual abuse category, saying he knew she had been “100 percent consensual.” She was 12.
…“Pressure was applied, that’s what will have happened to Denis MacShane and he went along with it,” he said, referring to comments last week from the disgraced former MP for Rotherham who said he had shied away from the issue because he was a “Guardian reading liberal leftie”.
That’s a small sampling from Hot Air’s Quotes of the Day post, all of which are quite revealing of just who and what both Muslims and Progressivists, in the main, are.