As is all too often the case, the Star gets it only part right.
In fact, Jay refers to four men from one family, responsible for 54 victims. Three or more of these may be brothers, but whatever, they are related.
What they don’t mention is that one of the four is Arshid, or ‘Ash’, the perpetrator who Akhtar allegedly helped go free at the infamous petrol station hostage swop. Remember, the one where the girl was found under his bed and arrested and she was arrested instead of Ash, the exploiter.
Thus if Akhtar is guilty as alleged, looks like he allowed a lot more young girls to be assaulted and exploited, when at least one perpetrator was allowed to get off free.
Of course this also gives the clue as to whose wider family the perpetrators are part of…
Unattributable, but true.