Voldtægt af småbørn. Skøn kulturberigelse. Fra 13. april 2012:
Muslim child sex trafficking probe in Oxford widens
Artikel om sagen:
Oxford child sex trafficking probe widens as number of ‘victims’ doubles to 50 girls, some as young as 11
By Tom Gardner – 13 April 2012
- The number of alleged victims has increased from 24 to as many as 50 as more young girls come forward
- A total of 13 men arrested after raids as part of Operation Bullfinch
- Charges include trafficking, grooming, and rape of girls between the age of 11 and 16
Mere HER i The Daily Mail. YouTubet 17. april 2012 – her ses blandt andet taqiyya anvendt:
muslim sex trafficking ring in Minnesota and Tennessee
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement udgav denne pressemeddeleelse i november 2010:
Opdatering – fra ITV 23. april 2012:
Muslim child sex grooming: Carlisle, England
The trial of a restaurant owner who denies running a brothel from his Carlisle takeaway has begun. Carlisle Crown court has heard that Azad Miah is pleading not guilty to 17 offences, some involving girls as young as 12.
The 44 year old ran the former Spice of India takeaway on Botchergate until his arrest. The business has since changed management and name. A jury of six men and six women have been sworn in.
On the first day the jury heard how the restaurant owner allegedly preyed on vulnerable young girls by providing them with money, drugs and drink in exchange for sex.The prosecution against 44 year old Azad Miah has alleged he deliberately targetted girls with drug habits or who were in trouble with the police.One girl who he is alleged to have enticed into prostitution aged 14 had been a heroin user since the age of 12.Miah faces a total of 17 charges over a six year period from January 2005 to March 2011 relating to seven girls aged between 12 and 16 at the time.One of the allegations is that he ran a brothel from the Spice of India take away that he owned on Botchergate in Carlisle. The business is now under different ownership and has since changed its name. Miah is denys all the charges.Our reporter Matthew Taylor was at the trial at Carlisle Crown Court and sent this report.