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Truth slowly emerging about Muslim rape gangs

The BBC as usual are trying to bury this story.
Permalink BeebBot 
March 12th, 2018 10:11am
Authorities failed to act over 40 years - despite repeated warnings to social workers - with up to 1,000 girls, some as young as 11, abused in Telford

THREE people were murdered and two others died in tragedies linked to the scandal.

Social workers knew of abuse in the 1990s but police took a decade to launch a probe

Council staff viewed abused and trafficked children as “prostitutes” instead of victim

Authorities failed to keep details of abusers from Asian communities for fear of “racism”

Police failed to investigate one recent case five times until an MP intervened

One victim said cops tried to stop her finding out why her abusers had not been prosecuted because they feared she would talk to us
Permalink Alan Dershowitz 
March 12th, 2018 11:47am
In America all the filthy immigrants rounded up the native population and put them in concentration camps called Indian Reservation. There Christian rape gangs can enter the reservation rape women and then leave without fear of being prosecuted. Often Christian rape gangs will kidnap women from these reservations and sell them into sex slavery. Nasty stuff.
Permalink MS 
March 12th, 2018 11:54am
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5362988
Permalink Barry Norman's Ghost 
March 12th, 2018 12:09pm
> In America all the filthy immigrants rounded up the native population and put them in concentration camps called Indian Reservation. There Christian rape gangs can enter the reservation rape women and then leave without fear of being prosecuted. Often Christian rape gangs will kidnap women from these reservations and sell them into sex slavery. Nasty stuff.

This is actually true. Not used to seeing white people being aware of it though.

A key issue was the Oliphant decision in 1978, Rehnquist writing the majority decision that tribes are not allowed to arrest or prosecute non-indians who commit serious felonies like rape and murder on tribal land (reservations). Nor can state officials do so since reservations technically are federal land, the US government in general holds the title to reservation land, so crimes there are like crimes in a national park. In addition, although tribes can prosecute misdemeanor crimes like sexual assault committed by non-indians on reservations, they can't apprehend or prosecute non-indians who simply leave the reservation after committing the crime, nor can anyone else prosecute them. Rape and murder can theoretically be prosecuted by the DOJ, and they do investigate some murders, but for the most part they ignore rape cases as they are too busy to deal with them.

As a result, people in places like man camps for oil workers have learned that they can get women just by coming on to the reservation, violently rape them, and they will never be investigated, arrested, or prosecuted. So they do this. Sex trafficking is also a major problem with huge numbers of native women being trafficked. They are easy targets since they tend to be naive, often run away from the misery of the reservation, and/or want to get off the reservation with someone with a job. So traffickers easily recruit them over the internet and in person and then pimp them. They are also a good target because no one will investigate their disappearance. Reports of missing women from reservations are simply ignored and tribal police don't have jurisdiction to investigate off reservation, only the FBI does, which very seldom will investigate (there was a case this year which was newsworthy because it was so rare). Once the usefulness of the victim is done due to too much injuries (they are particularly popular with johns who enjoy both minors and extremely violent sex play and are willing to pay for it), their bodies are dumped.
Permalink Whitefeather 
March 12th, 2018 12:45pm
It's everywhere:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-shropshire-43385049
Permalink Mrs. Merton 
March 13th, 2018 10:17am

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