Child sex abuse trial: Eight guilty on 19 abuse charges
EIGHT men have been found guilty of 19 sexual offences against three young Rotherham girls.
The jury in the trial of the men at Sheffield Crown Court this afternoon returned guilty verdicts against all the defendants on all charges.
The charges relate to offences committed against three girls in Rotherham between 1999 and 2003.
Rotherham child abuse charges: Eight guilty
Eight men have been found guilty of 16 charges in connection with sexually abusing three girls in Rotherham.
The offences happened between 1999 and 2003.
The men, all from Rotherham, are Sageer Hussain, Mohammed Whied, Ishtiaq Khaliq, Waleed Ali, Asif Ali, Masoued Malik, Basharat Hussain and Naeem Rafiq.
Sentencing will take place on 4 November.
Eight men found guilty of sexually abusing teenage girls in Rotherham
Eight men – including two brothers and two of their cousins – have been found guilty of all 19 counts against them of sexually abusing three teenage girls in Rotherham over a decade ago.
The verdicts follow a trial that began in mid-September and jury deliberations lasting almost 18 hours in connection with offences that took place between 1999 and 2003.
The men were found guilty of charges of rape, indecent assault and false imprisonment.
A decade after police did nothing, eight men found guilty over catalogue of child sex offences in Rotherham
Eight men, including two brothers and two of their cousins, have been found guilty of all 19 counts against them of sexually abusing three teenage girls in Rotherham more than a decade ago.
The verdicts follow a trial that began in mid-September and 18 hours of jury deliberations, over offences that took place between 1999 and 2003.
Second Rotherham Trial at Sheffield Crown Court: