The Muslim rape scandal in Telford may have more victims than the rape gangs in Rotherham!
This Muslim rape scandal goes back to the nineties—or even the eighties. Like Rotherham, the police knew that something was going on for a long time and did nothing to save groomed, raped, and trafficked girls who were very young. Once again, the perpetrators were immigrant Muslims and the authorities did not want to appear “racist” so they looked the other way!
As many as 1,000 children are feared to have been drugged and abused by perverts in Telford, Shrops, since the 1980s — but their hell went on for decades as authorities repeatedly failed to stamp out a network of paedophiles in the town.
The number of victims estimated by child abuse experts means there could have been more per head of population than in the scandals that rocked Rochdale and Rotherham in recent years. Social workers were said to have known about the offending as far back as the 1990s, but it took cops a decade to launch a probe.
And it is claimed files show council staff regarded children who were abused and trafficked as prostitutes rather than victims.
Vulnerable Lucy Lowe was 16 when abuser Azhar Ali Mehmood, 26, set fire to her house, killing her, her mum Eileen and sister Sarah, 17, in 2000.
The taxi driver first targeted her in 1997. She was 14 when she gave birth to his daughter.
He was jailed for killing the teen, along with her mum Eileen and her sister Sarah, 17 – but was never arrested or charged over sex abuse.
Another victim, who was drugged and gang-raped, said Lucy’s killing was a warning to others who might speak out.
The schoolgirl, who remains anonymous, said she was driven to attempt suicide.
She told the Mirror: “I was scared my family would die like Lucy’s – I thought they’d only be safe if I killed myself.”
In 2002 another schoolgirl – Becky Watson, 13 – was killed in an unexplained car accident in the Shropshire town.
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