NCA trial: Taxi driver guilty of sexually assaulting girl in care

A FORMER taxi driver has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a 16 year-old girl who was in care – but cleared of three other charges.

Khurram Javed (35), of Clifton Crescent, Rotherham, was jailed for two-and-a-half years today for the 2014 sexual assault. Read on…

Rotherham man jailed for sexual assault on teenage girl

A man has been jailed for two years for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl.

Khurram Javed, 35, of Faraday Court, Rotherham was convicted of the attack which took place in 2014 when he was working as a takeaway driver. Read on…

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4 thoughts on “NCA trial: Taxi driver guilty of sexually assaulting girl in care

  1. Prime movers apparently Sarah Champion and Lucy Allen

    “A group of 20 MPs have called for concrete action to be taken against “sickening” grooming gangs, as the government was accused of “letting down” thousands of victims of child sexual exploitation in the UK.
    In a letter to the Home Office noting “alarming” similarities in how the gangs of mostly Pakistani-heritage men operate across Britain, the cross-party group called for government research into why the abuse is taking place.

    The MPs, who largely represent areas where grooming has been rife, stated: “Cases of gang related child sexual exploitation, such as those in Rotherham, Telford and in Newcastle conform to a precise model of recruitment, manipulation and exploitation.

    “Despite these commonalities, we are not aware of any research being undertaken to understand the drivers for this kind of crime.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/05/30/rape-gangs-victims-let-down-government/

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  2. It is to be hoped that this lot get further with this than Sarah Champion managed to. All she achieved was to get sacked by the bearded weirdo a.k.a Corbyn !!

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  3. Small chance I fear
    “We believe the Government should commission research covering the specifics of gang grooming including the national networks in which this crime exists.”
    The Times and at least two Serious Case Reviews(Oxford and Newcastle) asked for this – some years ago in the case of the Times and Oxford
    Nothing doing because we musn’t “demonise communities” as the bearded weirdo put it when sacking Champion. Actually we’ve got perfectly good notions as to the reasons for gang grooming, all of them inconvenient truths.
    Ignoring reality when it is staring you in the face is complicity, complicity is an enabler, complicity is guilt

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  4. The grooming of young boys and girls for sexual exploitation is an abhorrent crime and the perpetrators have no place in ordinary society.

    It is no coincidence that the perpetrators came from the same ethnic community; in all probability, their relationship with each other stretches back many years and prompted them to act as any pack of feral animals might when part of a gang culture. It has happened in so many towns and cities throughout the world, and certainly in British culture for generations..

    That these men were all of Pakistani origin is a sad reflection on their society and ours; theirs that they felt they had the right to perpetrate such evil on vulnerable young British girls; and ours that such vulnerability exists to be exploited. .

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