Rotherham is the tip of a nasty iceberg the worst areas for sexplotation of children is under West Yorkshire Police where the Chief Constable is a pedophile lover. In Yorkshire and Lancashire police call child victims "scrubbers"
It is in West Yorkshire we see children not just gang raped but murdered by Asian Gangs and the police cover-up for this new Asian Mafia who make millions out of selling children into the sex trade.
A.G. Stephens a pedophile mentioned in North Wales Child Abuse Waterhouse report 'Lost in Care
Stephens died in 2006, in Bradford, West Yorks protected by the West Yorks Police. It was said that he had been dead for several weeks before neighbours were alerted by the smell! West Yorks police removed 100's of notebooks and diaries, as well as 1,000's of photos from his home. Stephens kept prolific notes on all his dealings and had hundreds of compromising photos of the good and the great in Yorkshire as well as in London. Copies of these were kept at a secret location as an insurance policy.
Stephens provided young boys from care in Bradford/Leeds to these parties in the 80's and 90's. His two main associates in Bradford were a pub/club owner and brewery director called Ray Buck and a prominent local solicitor named Richard Preistley and also Police Officers.
The diaries notebooks and photographs identifying pedophiles in Yorkshire and London Police, VIP's were siezed by West Yorkshire Police from his home, these of course have now been lost! (buried by the Police)
As more and more details emerge the UK Police are being shown to be not a force of Law and Order but a criminal gang working to protect corrupt Politicians and exploit the most vulnerable members of society.
Article By uPSD
One of the most highly emotive policing subjects over the past few years has been the shocking, and unchecked, grooming of underage children by Asian gangs. The most highly publicised and nationally-known cases feature areas close to the West Yorkshire border. Rochdale, (where Rogue Chief Sir Dan Crompton lives), and Rotherham, hometown of none other than Sir Norman Bettison.
Much less publicized is the manner in which West Yorkshire Police have sought to keep the lid on child grooming in Bradford and Keighley. The issue first came into the light as far back as 2004 with the production of a Channel 4 documentary called “Edge of the City“.
West Yorkshire Police, whose obsession with avoiding‘reputational damage’ outscores almost every other police force in the UK, and terrified of a repeat of the infamous 2001 Bradford riots, had turned a blind eye to this sexploitation for many years. After the Edge of the City programme they took some limited action, largely as a public relations exercise, but soon disbanded their so-called special investigation unit,Operation Parsonage. It had a very limited success rate, due to a mixture of a ‘softly-softly’ approach and the routine West Yorkshire Police ineptitude. Successful prosecutions from Parsonage could be counted on one hand. This was all by design.
There is, of course, the troubling and parallel issue of paedophiles operating within West Yorkshire Police. More so, than in any other Force in the country (Read more here).
Filmed over the course of a full year, with the co-operation of Bradford Council’s Social Services Department, Edge of the City focused on what it described as “the darker side of urban life in Britain“. It was pulled from its original scheduled screening after objections from the late Colin Cramphorn (pictured top right), then Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police. Channel 4 said, at the time, that the police feared the new documentary “would increase community tensions in Bradford, with the risk that it would lead to public disorder“.