The “grooming and pimping” trial at Liverpool Crown Court has been underway for two weeks, but has only been covered in the national media in Britain for the last day or so.
There’s a reason for that: all the accused rapists and traffickers are “Britons” of Pakistani descent, and all the victims were underage native white girls. The trial has the potential to set off a firestorm in the dry tinder of working-class neighborhoods throughout the culturally enriched areas of major British cities.
As a result, “in the interests of community cohesion”, the police asked the press not to cover the trial. When word of the attempted suppression leaked out, the news spread via the Internet, and various nationalist groups staged a demonstration in front of the Crown Court when the defendants were brought in. Videos of the occasion were posted on YouTube, but nothing appeared in the newspapers.
The story was too hot to be kept quiet indefinitely, and has now broken out into the MSM. The video below comes from Sky News. Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this clip:
Here are some excerpts from the accompanying article. You’ll notice that the case has a Mohammed Coefficient of only 20%:
Grooming Trial: Girls ‘Plied With Drugs’
Eleven men have gone on trial accused of sexually exploiting underage girls who had been plied with drugs and alcohol.
The five youngsters - aged between 13 and 15 when the alleged abuse began - were thought to have been “passed around” among a group of men in Rochdale and sometimes subjected to violence.
A jury at Liverpool Crown Court has been told that one of the girls became pregnant at the age of 13 and had to have an abortion.
The court heard another girl “very quickly became regularly and heavily drunk, depressed, incapable of getting herself out of the situation and resigned to what was happening to her”.
Prosecutor Rachel Smith said: “She did not always cry or protest or tell the men that she did not want to have sex with them although she often did both.
“But she was persistently coerced or forced into submission by them.”
She also claimed that one man would pull her hair and grab her neck if she resisted and had threatened to cut her with a razor blade if she refused to have sex with him.
The jury heard police missed an opportunity to intervene earlier when one of the alleged victims disclosed what had happened but officers decided at that stage not to take the matter further.
The defendants are Kabeer Hassan (25), Abdul Aziz (41), Abdul Rauf (43), Mohammed Sajid (35), Adil Khan (42), Abdul Qayyum (43), Mohammed Amin (44), Qamar Shazad (29), Liaquat Shah (41) and Hamid Safi (22). [emphasis added]
Another defendant cannot be named for legal reasons. All deny the charges against them.
Many other men, who have not been identified by the police, are said to have been involved in the exploitation. The trial continues.
The Daily Mail has more details:
Eleven Asian Men ‘Plied Girls of 13 With Drink and Drugs to Use Them for Sex’
A group of 11 Asian men plied girls as young as 13 with drink and drugs so they could use them for sex ‘several times a day’, a court heard today.
The five girls, who were aged between 13 and 15 when the alleged abuse began, were passed around by the men ‘who acted together to sexually exploit the girls’, a trial at Liverpool Crown Court was told.
The offences are said to have happened in and around Rochdale, Greater Manchester, in 2008 and 2009. All the girls were from broken homes and one was in care.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that some of the girls were raped and physically assaulted and some were forced to have sex with ‘several men in a day, several times a week’.
Opening the case, prosecutor Rachel Smith said: ‘Some of you may find what you are about to hear distressing. The events and circumstances described by the girls are at best saddening and at worst shocking in places.
‘No child should be exploited as these girls say they were.’
Miss Smith said the girls were given alcohol, food and money in return for sex but that there were times when violence was used.
‘There were also occasions on which one or more of the girls were so incapacitated by alcohol and/or drugs that they were incapable of having any control over whether or with whom they had sexual intercourse,’ she said.
The court was told that some of the defendants paid the girls and took payments from other men to whom they supplied the girls for sex.
Miss Smith said: ‘The prosecution say that what this girl was describing was the group activity of a number of adult men, including these defendants, who had spotted the opportunity to sexually exploit children who were vulnerable to that sort of exploitation and were taking it.’
One 13-year-old victim fell pregnant to one of the defendants and had the child aborted, the jury was told.
One girl, who was 15 when she met the defendants, told police that she was initially ‘flattered’ by the attention of the men. She said that she thought it meant that she was ‘attractive and they thought she was pretty’, the court heard.
However she quickly became regularly heavily drunk, depressed and ‘incapable of getting herself out of the situation’.
She told police: ‘At first I was scared, then after that it....just didn’t bother me anymore...At first I felt dead bad and horrible but then I didn’t feel anything anymore.
‘I didn’t like it but it didn’t bother me....Because, it had been happening every day. Most of the time I was just dead drunk so that when it happened I wouldn’t feel as bad.’
Another alleged victim, who was 14, said she would get ‘proper hammered’ and she ‘lost count of the number of times she had had sex with men when she did not want to do so’.
Miss Smith said: ‘She was unable to describe all of the men but said she would regularly find herself drunk to near-unconsciousness, waking up with men having sex with her.’
The same girl said she was raped by Abul Aziz in his taxi in December 2009 and afterwards he told her she no longer needed to pay a taxi fare.
I’ve omitted the most sordid portions of the article. See The Daily Mail for the full story.
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Hat tip: Gaia.