Female carer offered her ‘Hansel and Gretel house’ to vulnerable young girls so they could be pimped out to violent Asian rape gang who ‘owned’ Rotherham
- Karen MacGregor duped council into believing she was a trustworthy carer
- Gave home to vulnerable girls but prostituted them to violent paedophiles
- Those included brothers Arshid, Basharat and Bannaras Hussain
- Trio and their uncle Qurban Ali, 53, were today convicted of sex offences
- Brothers guilty of raping and indecently assaulting a dozen white girls
- MacGregor and Shelley Davies also found guilty for their roles in sex ring
- Convictions are first in probe into child rackets operating in Rotherham
A female carer who offered her ‘Hansel and Gretel house’ to vulnerable young girls in Rotherham made them repay her by prostituting them out to a violent family of paedophiles.
Brothers Arshid, 40, Basharat, 39, and Bannaras Hussain, 36, were today found guilty of carrying out a catalogue of sickening sexual offences in the first case following revelations of mass grooming in the south Yorkshire town.
They were given access to their victims by local women Karen MacGregor, 58, and Shelley Davies, 40.
MacGregor, described in court as a ‘mother figure’, took in girls – all of whom were white – from children’s homes, purporting to give them a safe haven and support.
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Rotherham Police Had Sex With Abused Girls And Covered For Relative Sex Groomers
The police watchdog is examining almost 200 Rotherham officers after corrupt police, one related to the convicted groomers, allegedly conspired to protect the Muslim child sex gang.
One officer and local politician, who is a family relative of the brothers convicted yesterday, is alleged to have brokered a deal whereby one brother was given assurance that he “wouldn’t get done” if he returned one his young victims to a police station.
Another is accused of having sex with an under-age girls, passing drugs to the grooming gang and tipping them off when colleagues were searching for missing children, a court was told.
During the trial, one woman who spent three days describing how she was repeatedly abused and assaulted from the age of 11, told the jury how she told a detective called Kenneth Dawes about what happened but no action was taken.