First Rotherham CSE Trial starts tomorrow

First Rotherham CSE Trial starts tomorrow

Our first child sexual exploitation case starts tomorrow at Sheffield Crown Court.

The accused face the following charges, at the last count:

Arshid Hussain, 40, of High Street, East Cowick, Goole, denies:

  • Six counts of rape
  • Two counts of abducting a 15-year-old girl
  • Two counts of procuring a woman under 21 to become a common prostitute
  • Conspiracy to rape
  • False imprisonment
  • Assault occasioning actual bodily harm
  • Eleven counts of indecent assault
  • A serious sexual assault
  • Three counts of aiding and abetting rape
  • Procuring a girl to have unlawful sexual intercourse with another
  • Attempting to procure a girl to have unlawful sexual intercourse with another.

Basharat Hussain, 38, of no fixed abode, denies:

  • Two counts of rape
  • Five indecent assaults
  • Procuring a girl to have unlawful sexual intercourse with another
  • False imprisonment
  • Three counts of indecency with a child
  • Procuring a woman under 21 to become a common prostitute
  • Two assaults occasioning actual bodily harm
  • Making threats to kill

Qurban Ali, 53, of Clough Road, Masborough, Rotherham, denies indecent assault, rape, conspiracy to rape and Procuring a girl to have unlawful sexual intercourse with another.

Majid Bostan, 37, of Ledsham Road, Broom, Rotherham, denies indecent assault.

Sajid Bostan, 38, of Broom Avenue, Broom, Rotherham, denies indecent assault, four counts of rape and two counts of aiding and abetting rape.

Bannaras Hussain, 36, of Swinefleet, East Yorkshire, denied two counts of rape, six indecent assaults, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and procuring a woman under 21 to become a common prostitute.

Karen MacGregor, 58, of Barnsley Road, Wath, South Yorkshire, denies conspiracy to procure a woman under 21 to become a common prostitute, false imprisonment and conspiracy to rape.

Shelley Davies, 40, of Wainwright Road, Kimberworth Park, Rotherham, denies conspiracy to procure a woman under 21 to become a common prostitute, false imprisonment and conspiracy to rape.

Further information can be found at:  https://rotherhampolitics.wordpress.com/cse-trials/first-rotherham-trial-at-sheffield-crown-court/

9 thoughts on “First Rotherham CSE Trial starts tomorrow

  1. Look forward to seeing full coverage on Look North again. Their coverage of these important events over the last months has been inspirational. At least we don’t see bland features and the latest desperation of a local Syrian sweetie maker and the travails of the fire brigade rescuing cats paraded as news.

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    • Is this the same Sajid Bostan who said they have fixed the council, police, advertiser, radio Sheffield.
      His also Chairman for Private hire taxi association.
      His family member of former labour councillor Mahroof Hussain.
      Amazing how former councillor Mahroof Hussain and Former Deputy leader Jahngir Akhtar Family members are on trial.

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  2. As the details of these allegations emerge it may be timely to ask a number of questions regarding the political environment prevalent within Rotherham at the time.

    Did influential members of the ruling Labour Group actively promote a culture of fear within the group using the race card to stop or discourage individuals from challenging what was happening in the town?

    Was the impact on community cohesion used to prevent the police and Labour controlled RMBC from taking steps to investigate CSE and bring the perpetrators to justice?

    Did the meeting following the early articles by Andrew Norfolk involving local Labour MPs and Labour elected members hinder the way CSE was being addressed within the town?
    (This was the meeting described in the book by McShane)

    Did Labour politicians become involved in stifling the work of the taxi licensing board?

    Where Labour elected members anyway involved in the disbanding of Risky Business?

    Now up to the present.

    Has anyone seen any comment from Momentum both locally and nationally condemning the failures of Labour controlled authorities regarding CSE?

    I understand that Momentum has been vocal over Syria; I wonder why they look to be turning a blind eye towards the abuse of children.

    Is it that white working class children have no value to the far left with political correctness being top of their agenda?

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    • It isn’t just White working class children, it’s White working class in general, in fact it’s everybody that’s not an Muslim. What they need to do is what the Pakistani’s have been doing for ages, demand favours for votes.

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        • What has this got to do with the subject of this thread?

          If you have a ‘bee in your bonnet’ about something, type it into an email, send it to me and I will consider publication as a post. Rik.

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