How high and how far back does Labour’s denial of an Islamic Sex Gang problem go?

David Blunkett former Home Secretary


If the allegation contained in this story then it’s likely to go very high and very far back in time. A woman who says she was the victim of an Islamic Rape Gang in Rotherham wrote to David Blunkett then the Labour Home Secretary to inform him of the area’s problems with Muslim sex criminals. There is no indication from this story whether anything happened because of this communication or even if it was properly acknowledged.

The Yorkshire Post said:

AN alleged child sexual exploitation victim from Rotherham reported to police more than a decade ago that she had been repeatedly raped – but no case proceeded, a court heard. Sheffield Crown Court heard the family of the girl, who was aged 13 at the time her alleged abuse began, also wrote to the then Home Secretary, David Blunkett, to highlight what they said was happening to her at the hands of a group of Asian males.

Details were revealed as eight men went on trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Tuesday accused of abusing three girls in the Rotherham area between 1999 and 2003. Michelle Colborne QC, prosecuting, told a jury the central complainant in the case, who is now 27, had first reported allegations of abuse to the police on two occasions in April and October 2003.

She said that in April 2003, the girl made an allegation that she had been repeatedly raped by defendant Sageer Hussain, who she said had also physically attacked her. Ms Colborne said the girl later asked for the case to be dropped. She said her clothing seized at the time was lost and no scientific examination was ever conducted. Ms Colborne said the girl made further disclosures to the police in October 2003 about other men involved her alleged abuse – but the case did not proceed after her family were threatened.

She said the family eventually moved from South Yorkshire to Spain to get away from the men who were exploiting her. The court heard how she later worked with victims of sexual exploitation and wrote a book about the subject, as well as appearing in a TV documentary. Ms Colborne said the woman – now an adult – contacted police again in September 2013 to tell them the accounts she had given 10 years before were true. Opening the case at the beginning of a six-week trial, she said the case involved allegations of child sexual exploitation said to have occurred 13 years ago in the Rotherham area.

Sageer Hussain, 30, of Clough Road, Rotherham, denies four rapes and one indecent assault. Mohammed Whied, 32, of Psalters Lane, Rotherham, denies one count of aiding and abetting rape. Ishtiaq Khaliq, 33, of Cherry Brook, Rotherham, denies one rape and three indecent assaults. Waleed Ali, 34, of Canklow Road, Rotherham, denies one rape and one indecent assault. Asif Ali, 30, of Clough Road, Rotherham, denies one rape. Masoued Malik, 32, of Bridgewater Way, Rotherham, denies one rape, one count of conspiracy to commit indecent assault and one of false imprisonment. Basharat Hussain, 40, from Goole, denies one indecent assault. Naeem Rafiq, 33, of Clarenden Road, Rotherham, denies one count of conspiracy to commit indecent assault and one of false imprisonment.
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If it turns out that David, now Baron Blunkett, and his staff were aware of the problems in Rotherham at least 8 years before the Islamic Rape Gang problem became wide public knowledge, but did nothing, then this is a great stain both on Baron Blunkett’s personal reputation and the reputation of the Labour Party. If it’s proven that Baron Blunkett did nothing when he could have done something, then it will further entrench those beliefs held by a growing number of people that Labour threw British children and young women to the Islamic wolves. Having seen how the local Labour political establishment covered up Islamic sex crime then it’s not too far fetched to believe that Labour, both to keep hold of the Islamic vote, which is predominately for Labour, and to protect their ‘diversity’ policies, decided that it was politically expedient to nothing for the long suffering female population of Rotherham or places like it.