Friday, December 23, 2011

Murdered Girl Was Victim of Pakistani Sex Grooming Gang

From Europe News:

Murdered Girl Was Victim of Pakistani Sex Grooming Gang

Islam versus Europe 7 December 2011
By Cheradenine Zakalwe
A teenager murdered after she brought "shame” on the British Pakistani family of a young man with whom she was having sex had been groomed from the age of 12 to be used for sex by adults, The Times reveals today.
Laura Wilson, 17, was stabbed and thrown into a canal in October 2010, five years after child protection workers first identified her as being at high risk of being sexually exploited. Since 2005, care staff had compiled a large file on her case. Links were identified between Laura, other young girls and a number of British Pakistani men in her home town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire.
Workers at a child sexual exploitation project sent a report to Rotherham social services but no action was taken to remove her from what became an continuing cycle of sexual abuse.
In 2007, when she was 13, Laura and her family appeared on ITV1’s The Jeremy Kyle Show and during the programme about out-of-control children her elder sister warned her in front of a million television viewers that "your attitude is going to get you in big danger”.
A month after her 16th birthday in 2009, Laura became pregnant by a 20-year-old married man, Ishaq Hussain, during a brief affair that interrupted her sexual relationship with a teenager, Ashtiaq Asghar. They were the latest in a succession of men, most of them British Pakistanis in their twenties and thirties, who were suspected by care professionals of exploiting the girl for sex over a five-year period. (...)

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