Rotherham abuse trial: Corrupt detective ‘paid to protect Basharat Hussain from arrest’

Rotherham abuse trial: Corrupt detective ‘paid to protect Basharat Hussain from arrest’

A corrupt police detective was being paid to protect a violent member of a Rotherham child grooming gang from arrest, a court heard.

One of 12 women alleged to have been victims of the gang said defendant Basharat Hussain had told her there was ‘somebody from CID he used to pay so he wouldn’t get busted’.

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Child sex abuse trial: Alleged victim suing Rotherham Council and police “for waiting 15 years to act”

AN ALLEGED grooming victim claims police and social workers “knew” in 2000 that she was being abused by suspect Arshid Hussain.

The 33-year-old woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, confirmed in court today that she is suing Rotherham Borough Council and South Yorkshire Police for “waiting 15 years” before acting on the information.

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7 thoughts on “Rotherham abuse trial: Corrupt detective ‘paid to protect Basharat Hussain from arrest’

  1. Well what a surprise – corruption in the South Yorkshire Police.
    Who would have thought it ?
    Pardon my sarcasm , but it doesn’t take a brain surgeon to work out that the activities of all these Mirapuri-heritage scumbags were being ignored by police.
    There is only two possibilities really to consider :
    The police were :
    – a. totally incompetent ( quite a possibliity )
    – b. getting backhanders ( more of a possibility )

    Even more interesting is the complete lack of charges against any SYP officer – surprising sine the sour-faced Crompton told the Home Office Select Committee that the SYP had identified some of the officers concerned.

    The IPCC investigation drags on and on and on and on ……………. now why would that be I wonder ?

    I think the most suitable phrase for this whole ” investigation” is :
    “: Oh, what a tangled web we weave., when first we practise to deceive!”


    • I wonder how Ms Chapion feels now,she fell into a nest of vipers she thought were angels,and the OTHER two Mps looked the other way just taking the money


      • I doubt she feels anything – she’s now protected from reality in the Westminster Bubble.
        And she has a safe seat in a constituencywhere a visit and a few bleetings just before the next election suffices for guaranteed re-election.


  2. The problem with the “alleged victim suing Rotherham Council and police” is that it doesn’t actually have the slightest effect on the individuals responsible. It may get the victim(s) some rightly-deserved compensation , but t doesn’t actually affect the individuals concerned – so there is no justice really.
    In fact, some of the people involved , we know who they are, have been “punished” with a fat pension and a golden handshake, and I haven’t heard that this “punishment” has been withdrawn.
    Until I hear the bang as the prison cell door closes , I personally don’t theink that justice has been served ……………… I won’t be holding my breath.


  3. And still no one knows who walked into the offices of Risky Business, some brilliant detective work there then. I can not for the life of me think why this so called investigation cannot find out who entered the office and took the files. There were only a certain few who had the keys. But another thing puzzles me and its this, If I was in charge of Risky Business and I walked into the office next morning to find lots of files missing, I would be asking who/what happened. I am also quite sure that even if I could not work out who had done it, then I am sure I would have a damm good idea who took the files. When the files went missing why did the head of Risky Business not report the theft to the Police.
    Lots and lots of questions, but strangely no answers.


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