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UK: Pedophile Rape Gang Left to Roam Streets, Police Knew, Did Nothing About it

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January 15, 2020

According to a shocking report revealed by Manchester Evening News, police and social workers allowed an “Asian” pedophile rape gang to roam the streets without taking action.

At least 57 young girls were raped and abused by a group of up to a hundred pedophiles in a network run in South Manchester.

This pedophile network plied their young victims with drugs and alcohol, often getting them hooked, in order to carry out the sickening abuse.

The tactic to soften their victims with drugs and alcohol is a method that continues to be used by rape grooming gangs across the UK.

Many victims are lulled into a life of substance abuse, prostituted, sometimes trafficked, and raped by various men.

During the height of their activity, a girl aged merely 15 years old, tragically passed away due to the abuse she suffered at the hands of the network.

The unaddressed scale of the abuse and ‘scale of institutional neglect’ exposed a dreadful failure in protecting the livelihoods of children in the city of Manchester.

On the details of the abuse, according to Manchester Evening News, a report commissioned by Greater Manchester mayor, Andy Burnham:

– Social workers knew that one 15-year-old girl, Victoria Agoglia, was being forcibly injected with heroin, but failed to act. She died two months later.

– Abusers were allowed to freely pick up and have sex with Victoria and other children from city care homes, ‘in plain sight’ of officials.

– Greater Manchester Police dropped an operation that identified up to 97 potential suspects and at least 57 potential victims. Eight of the men went on to later assault or rape girls.

– As recently as August 2018, the Chief Constable refused to reopen the dropped operation.

The fifteen-year-old girl who died in 2003, Victoria Agoglia, also known as Victoria Byrne, went to the authorities to seek help, informing them that she was being raped and had been forcibly injected heroin–but no action was taken to help her.

One of Victoria’s reports included a detailed account of a man in his 20s restraining a young girl before committing ‘an extremely serious and distressing sexual act.’

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She died two months later.

A 50-year-old man, by the name Mohammed Yaqoob, who had been forcibly injecting her, was cleared of committing manslaughter, but was jailed for three-and-a-half years for administering the narcotic.

After her tragic death, an investigation by the name ‘Operation Augusta’ was launched to ascertain whether there was a wider problem involving child sexual exploitation in Greater Manchester.

The investigation soon found around a hundred Asian men taking part in grooming gang activities.

Shortly after its inception, the investigation identified 26 potential victims aged between 11 and 17, linked to the men who were believed to be abusing Victoria.

Ten of those victims were taken away from care homes to be abused by Asian men in apartments above takeaway restaurants.

One of the victims revealed how girls were being offered £50 for sex.

Other victims said that up to 20 Asian men would attend sex parties with their underage victims.

Later, it was discovered that all of the potential victims were living in care homes.

The report said: “The team collected a strong intelligence picture on the suspects, identifying up to potentially 97 persons of interest, including how they operated.

“These were predominantly Asian men working in the restaurant industry, and the team had a good insight into how they enticed young girls in the care system and ultimately abused them.

“The team also believed it had made a significant link with the adults involved with Victoria Agoglia and the suspected perpetrators in south Manchester.”

Scarce charges were filed against the men taking part in the almost-industrial scale abuse.

Many of the men were later found to have committed further crimes of a similar nature.

During Victoria’s inquest in 2007, the coroner, Simon Nelson, said that authorities could not have foreseen her death–despite seeking urgent help–due to her propensity to  ‘grant sexual favors.’

According to the Manchester Evening News, “Eight of them later went on to commit serious sexual crimes, including the rape of a child, the rape of a young woman, sexual assault and sexual activity with a child.”

The report examined files of the 26 potential victims identified by the police back in 2004 and found that: “Most of the children we have considered were failed by police and children’s services.”

The report concludes: “The authorities knew that many were being subjected to the most profound abuse and exploitation but did not protect them from the perpetrators.

“This is a depressingly familiar picture and has been seen in many other towns and cities across the country.

“However, familiarity makes it no less painful for the survivors involved, and it should in no way detract from the need for them to be given the opportunity to ask that the crimes committed against them now be fully investigated.

“We would also apply the same expectation to the family of Victoria Agoglia, who have been asking for her abuse to be investigated since her tragic death in 2003.”

Following Victoria’s death, a review found that the authorities were well aware of the abuse suffered by Victoria at the hands of her rapists, but took no action.

Files dating back as far as two years before her death, Victoria had reported to have been ‘repeatedly threatened, assaulted, returned intoxicated and in distress,’ that she ‘gave information that she was involved in sexual exploitation, alleged rape and sexual assault requiring medical attention.’

She was also known to the criminal justice system as well as reporting several pregnancy scares.

Other Asian-led grooming gang scandals utilized identical modus operandi: first, identifying and targeting vulnerable underage girls from disaffected communities, then plying them with drugs and alcohol before prostituting them.

Sadly, other grooming gang scandals saw the authorities know about the abuse, but fail to act.

Some members of the authorities are either hamstrung by political correctness–due to the fact that the vast majority of the perpetrators are Asian Muslim men, typically of Pakistani origin–or fail to act due to the complexities of their progressive ideology.

One such whistleblower of arguably the worst grooming gang scandal–in Rotherham–was sent on a diversity course for noting that the bulk of the perpetrators belonged to the Pakistani community.

Several young British girls continue to be abused across the UK as more stories detailing the horrific abuse committed largely by Asian goes under the radar with the assistance of the local authorities.

This article was posted: Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 7:00 am





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