Muslim paedophile gang is finally jailed for sexually abusing girls

Fri, 10/05/2013 - 17:00
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Seven Muslim perverts have at last been jailed after a string of convolute court cases, in which revealing the story had been banned until today while complex legal battles took place in which a judge upheld a decision that another man suspect of disgusting child sex abuse offences could not be retried as it was claimed he was not mentally fit.

Surely anyone that is capable of such heinous crimes is not mentally fit to be allowed in our society.

Noshad Hussain, 23, was originally cleared of trafficking a 14 year old girl, however the jury was unable to reach a verdict on four charges of engaging in sexual activity with her.

Today’s High Court judgement brings to an end a three-year investigation into a child prostitution ring in the Shropshire town Telford.

Youth workers first raised suspicions when the young girls began telling them the same disturbing tales about Muslim men they were seeing.

The consequent police investigation, named Operation Chalice, revealed the all too often stories of a network of men from the Muslim community who targeted young and vulnerable teenage girls.

After police investigations into suspected under-age sex and child prostitution, seven of the animals were eventually convicted in cases spanning two years after British National Party Chairman Nick Griffin MEP and several activists took to the streets to demand a retrial. http://www.bnp.org.uk/news/national/we-will-campaign-retrial-telford-mus... and

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The leading paedophiles in the abuse were brothers, Ahdel and Mubarek Ali, of Regent Street, Wellington, who received lengthy custodial sentences after a trial lasting eight weeks.

Ahdel Ali, 25, was given a 26-year extended sentence – 18 years’ immediate custody with an additional eight-year period on licence after release.

His 29-year-old brother, Mubarek Ali, was given 22 years, 14 years’ immediate custody and eight years on licence, for seven offences – four of controlling child prostitution, causing child prostitution and two offences of trafficking in the country for the purpose of prostitution, involving two of the victims.

Both beasts were made the subject of lifelong Sexual Offences Prevention Orders.
Also convicted were Mohammed Ali Sultan, 26, of Victoria Avenue, Wellington; Tanveer Ahmed, 40, of Urban Gardens, Wellington; Mohammed Islam Choudhrey, 53, of Solway Drive, Sutton Hill; Mahroof Khan, 35, of Caradoc Flats, (pictured right) Kingshaye Road, Wellington, and Mohammed Younis, 60, of Kingsland, Arleston.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Jamieson, who was the senior investigating officer on the Operation, said: “We are pleased with the convictions we have achieved as a result of this operation – an operation that is among the most complex West Mercia Police has ever undertaken.

“The convictions are the result of several years’ hard work from an investigative team that at times has contained more than 50 police officers.

“The girls who became the victims were targeted because of their vulnerability and were then systematically groomed in such a way that eventually they were able to be used for sexual gratification.

“After years of being exploited the girls then went through a huge amount during the course of this investigation and the trials themselves were then a real ordeal for those that gave evidence.

“I would like to take this opportunity to pay tribute to the strength and character shown by all of the victims who came and gave evidence and also thank their families for the support they have shown during what has been a truly horrible time.”

Laura Johnston, director of children’s services at Telford & Wrekin Council, further commented: “It was as a result of this that the police were alerted and we continued to work very closely with the police as the investigation that became Operation Chalice developed, ultimately leading to the subsequent successfully prosecuted court case.

“It has been extremely difficult for the victims, who were all vulnerable young women.
“We are pleased that the judicial process has resulted in a number of convictions and consequent jail sentences.

“We have been clear from the start that this is purely about criminal behaviour by a few individuals.”

Once again this filthy practice has been brought to light by the British National Party and after decades of it being ignored and swept under the carpet by police and local authorities it is of little compensation to the innocent young white girls who have had their precious lives ruined by these monsters, these cowards should be deported immediately after serving their sentences, or better still be hung by the neck until they take their very last breath on our soil.


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