Thursday, 16 May 2013

Oxford child abuse scandal proves Police cover-up of child abuse is not historic

  Oxford child abuse scandal proves Police cover-up of child abuse is not historic

The Police and the Crown Prosecution Service continue to conspire to together to protect child  sex trafficking rings.  Isn't it about time we had a complete over hall of the criminal justice system? The Abusers were all Asians and the victims were all native  English,Irish and welsh girls but the crimes were part of organised crime and these children were exploited for profit.

Oxford child sex abuse ring: senior officials will not resign over failings

Thames Valley police's Sara Thornton and Oxfordshire council head Joanna Simons to stay in posts despite investigation errors

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Thames Valley police chief constable Sara Thornton is to stay in her post despite criticism of the investigation of the Oxford sex trafficking case. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire
Senior officials have chosen not to resign over a catalogue of failings and missed opportunities which left a sex trafficking gang in Oxford free to exploit young girls for many years.
The chief constable of Thames Valley police, Sara Thornton and the chief executive of Oxfordshire county council, Joanna Simons, said they would stay in their posts despite criticism over the scandal.
The police investigation into the trafficking gang that operated in the backstreets of Oxford to enslave girls as young as 11 and sell them for sex, is continuing. Detectives are investigating more than 50 men and are urging young girls who might be victims to come forward.
On Tuesday seven men from Oxford were convicted of 43 offences of rape, child prostitution, trafficking and conspiracy to rape after a three-and-a-half-month trial in which six victims gave harrowing evidence of repeated sadistic abuse. Police believe more than 50 girls have been abused and prostituted by the men over many years.
The police and social services had several warnings about the activities of a group of men in Oxford as far back as 2006, including at least six complaints from victims. But no one put the intelligence together and there were no successful prosecutions.
A serious case review is underway into the failings by the authorities which is being led by David Spicer, a barrister and vice-chairman of the British Association for the Study and Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (Baspcan).
Thornton, who became chief constable in 2007, said on Wednesday she would not be stepping down.
"I think the focus for me is on driving improvements into the future," she told BBC Radio 4.
She said the cases were originally looked at individually when girls came forward to make complaints. She said: "I don't think we understood the extent that the abuse was systematic and it was organised. It was only when we sat down, pooled our information with that of the social workers, that we began to piece together the picture which explained what was happening in terms of this criminal network in Oxford."
Simons admitted that the council and others should "take enormous responsibility" for what happened.
She said she had asked herself some "very hard questions" but would not be resigning.
Barnardo's said a survey in England and Wales showed just 15 out of 56 known police investigations into child sexual exploitation in 2012 had so far resulted in prosecutions.
Anne Marie Carrie, chief executive of the charity, said: "Our services know all too well the difficulties involved in getting cases of child sexual exploitation to court but these shocking statistics starkly demonstrate just how hard it is.
"From talking to sexually exploited children around the country, I know the courage it takes to seek a prosecution.
"If we want victims to have confidence in the law, it is vital that justice is done and that we work together to bring about more successful prosecutions for these crimes."

Seven men have been convicted of a horrific catalogue of rape and sexual offences against young girls in and around Oxford.
Between them guilty of numerous offences: Akhtar Dogar, Anjum Dogar, Kamar Jamil, Assad Hussain. Bottom: Mohammed Karrar, Bassam Karrar and Zeeshan Ahmed.
The horrors inflicted on  children, over many years and while the authorities did nothing, are truly sickening. One girl, named Girl D in court, told how she was injected with heroin and sold to groups of Asian men for what she described as "torture sex".
Repeatedly raped by Mohammed Karrar, and prostituted by him, when she became pregnant she was forced into a backstreet abortion, branded with Karrar's initials, she said "He was branding me so that if I ever had sex with someone else, people would know I was his."
Jurors were told that Karrar "felt he was entitled to have sex with her when he wanted and in whatever manner he wanted."
Girl A attempted to return to her care home - only for a career to refuse to pay her taxi fare, leaving her to be driven back to Oxford where she was raped. She complained to police twice, and a medical examination revealed she had been subjected to "forceful sex" but no-one was charged.
It is believed that there may be over 50 victims, children subjected to a horrific ordeal no child should ever have to suffer.
Catastrophic failings by police and Social Services allowed this nightmare to continue for years, all because white liberals were more interested in covering up for Pakistani paedo's than defending their own people! A school support worker told the court that nine out of ten social workers knew that children were being groomed and abused by Asian men.
One girl told police that Mohammed Karrar had sexually assaulted her in 2005.
Three more victims came forward the following year including one who claimed to have been raped, abused, sold for sex, and treated "like a piece of meat". Karrar was interviewed but released without charge.
A 14 year old was spotted running from a guesthouse wearing only a towel after being beaten and raped by the gang, who had also injected her with drugs and urinated over her. No charges were brought.
Operation Bullfinch, the police investigation in child sexual grooming in Oxford, continues - more arrests have already been made as further sickening details of horrendous child abuse are revealed.

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