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Labour MP for Rotherham Sarah Champion said the public and authorities are failing to speak out against child abuse because they are scared of being branded racists.
Her comments come after a gang of 17 Asian men were convicted over their involvement in a sex abuse network... ...they were members of the Iraqi, Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Indian, Iranian and Turkish communities.
“We’ve got now hundreds of men, Pakistani men, who have been convicted of this crime – why are we not commissioning research to see what’s going on
originally posted by: enlightenedservant
I just think it's strange that they'd say it's political correctness that prevents cases involving immigrants, even though the article itself is about immigrants who were actually caught and arrested. In other words, the only cases that seem to actually be stopped in their tracks are the cases against the high level politicians and other powerful people, not the cases against immigrants.
originally posted by: Abysha
a reply to: trollz
The title is a bit misleading.
It's the informants who are reluctant, not the authorities.