Oxford grooming sex case

Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford

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Operation Bullfinch and the vulnerable girls of Oxford Operation Bullfinch, the police inquiry that led to an Old Bailey trial, began in 2011, four months after The Times revealed a hidden national pattern of sex crimes involving young teenage girls … Continue reading

Times wins right to name abuse-trial millionaire Tariq Khuja

Times wins right to name abuse-trial millionaire Tariq Khuja The identity of a multimillionaire property developer who was arrested during a police inquiry into a child-sex ring was revealed yesterday after The Times won a four-year battle to lift his … Continue reading

Oxford grooming arrest man loses anonymity case

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A man arrested but never charged in connection with an investigation into child sexual grooming has lost a legal battle to keep his identity secret. Tariq Khuja attempted to use privacy laws to stop press and media reports after he … Continue reading

Oxford grooming sex case: Brothers jailed for life

Two pairs of brothers from Oxford who were among seven men who abused girls as part of a sadistic sex grooming ring have been jailed for life.

Mohammed Karrar, 38, and brother Bassam Karrar, 34, will serve a minimum of 20 years and 15 years respectively.

Brothers Akhtar Doghar, 32, and Anjum Doghar, 31, were both given minimum terms of 17 years, at the Old Bailey.

The men’s offences included child rape and trafficking, between 2004 and 2012. A fifth man was also jailed for life.

Kamar Jamil, 27, who was found guilty of charges including rape and arranging child prostitution, was told he would serve at least 12 years.

Read on… http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-23079649

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