British girls raped and abused by Muslim gangs
A report found that over 300 victims may have been groomed and assaulted by Oxfordshire gangs over the last 16 years.
The report found that as many as 373 girls may have been subjected to “indescribably awful” sexual exploitation in Oxfordshire, southern England.
The scale of the abuse in Oxfordshire, a county in southeast England, mirrors similarly shocking accounts of the sexual exploitation of white British girls by Muslim gangs in Bristol, Derby, Rochdale, Rotherham and Telford, and implies that the problem is not isolated, but endemic.
The report — which reveals that there are “grounds for believing” that 373 girls have been sexually exploited by gangs in Oxfordshire since 2004 — focuses on the accounts of six girls and their contact with the authorities. The girls were the victims in the “Operation Bullfinch” trial, in which seven Muslims were found guilty, in May 2013, of trafficking and raping the girls between 2004 and 2012.
In Section 2, the report includes extracts of the Prosecution’s opening speech at the trial in order to “focus the mind” on the suffering endured by the girls. The men would “play the girls with alcohol and introduce them to drugs such as cannabis, cocaine, ‘crack’ and sometimes heroin. The girls became addicted and This made them even more dependent on the men.”
Similar cases of widespread sexual abuse of children — sometimes by organized gangs — have been revealed in recent years in the cities of Derby and Rochdale. Child sexual abuse will also be prioritized as a national threat, Cameron said, meaning police forces will have a duty to share resources and intelligence.