Some good news from the battle lines, for a change:
Nine Telford men alleged to have been involved in sexual exploitation and child prostitution are to face a series of fresh trials.
The men, arrested in connection with the police investigation, Operation Chalice, appeared at Shrewsbury Crown Court [in the English Midlands - Ed.] today.
They had been ordered to appear before the court after the collapse of an earlier trial at Stafford on legal grounds.
Mrs Deborah Gould, prosecuting, told the court that the defendants in the case would now face a series of separate trials.
The defendants include Mubarek Ali, 28, of Regent Street, Wellington; Ahdel Ali, 23, of Regent Street, Wellington; Mohammed Sultan, 24, of Victoria Avenue, Wellington; Tanveer Ahmed, 39, of Urban Gardens, Wellington; Marhoof Khan, 33, of Caradoc Flats, Wellington; Noshad Hussain, 21, of Regent Street, Wellington; Mohammed Choudry, 52, of Solway Drive, Sutton Hill, Telford; Mohammed Yunis, 59, of Kingsland, Arleston; and Abdul Rouf, 33, of Kingsland, Arleston.
Mrs Gould, prosecuting, said provisional charges had been drawn up in relation to the defendants.
It was expected there would be three fresh trials, she said.
Mrs Gould said one of the trials would involve Mubarek Ali, Ahdel Ali, Sultan, Choudry, Hussain, and Yunis.
Another would involve Ahmed and Khan and a third trial would feature Rouf and Yunis.
Judge Robin Onions told the court that the decision on where the new trials would be held and who the presiding judge would be, did not rest with him.
He adjourned the case until October 14 at Shrewsbury Crown Court when he said he hoped more would be known about the dates and venues for the trials.
We first covered this story last December, when we examined the BBC’s self-censorship on the phenomenon of mainly Pakistani Muslim sexual grooming gangs, who entice non-Muslim (usually, but not exclusively, vulnerable, white working class teens) into a degrading form of sexual slavery by offering them gifts, money and young ‘boyfriends’ with flashy cars.
Once ensnared, they are subjected to drug-taking, repeated rape or sexual assault and passed up the line to older Muslim men, ultimately to be dumped and replaced with other girls.
In reporting the story, the BBC applied its usual context-free, politically-correct editorial tactics to such an extent the reader was left with no idea whatsoever about the identities of those had committed these horrendous crimes – nor of the Islamic aspect of the crime, which stems from the Muslim concept of Malak ul-Yameen, the ‘right hand possession’ of non-Muslim women in Islam-conquered lands, as slaves or bounty.
Muslim sexual grooming is not only a sex crime – but an act of political Jihad.
As with all UK mainstream media, the BBC also attempt regularly to conceal the Muslim aspect of this crime by conflating it with Paedophile grooming – a blatant misrepresentation, as the two are wholly distinct crimes. But for the craven Liberal media – to whom Muslims have become something of a protected class, this has the added advantage of luring the public away from the ‘unpalatable’ truth.
For more on this conspiracy of censorship, see our piece on how the British Government colludes with the media in the name of ‘community cohesion’, to prevent you knowing the facts in cases such as these.
The Shropshire Star however, did its job and reported the facts – naming the perpetrators and detailing the charges.
Credit for truth-telling needs also to go the the British National Party, who are the only British political party campaigning about and educating the public about Muslim sexual grooming. They staged a demonstration outside the Telford Court througout the original trial.
We’re not BNP supporters here at Un:dhimmi, but recognition must go where it is deserved, for their ‘Our Children Are Not Halal Meat’ campaign; which raises awareness and tells the truth about Muslim sexual grooming in the affected communities and to the wider public.
With the wrath of the mainstream media, politicians and their far-left thugs ranged against them – they persist in telling the truth about Muslim sexual grooming – as we will also continue to do.
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