Yet one more Muslim sex-slave gang is jailed. Over ONE MILLION young children from all communities, races and backgrounds are estimated to have been entrapped as sex-slaves across Britain in a ten year period, according to one researched estimate. And no one came to their help. When the parents reported these Muslims to the police it was the parents, not the medieval imposters, who got warners that they would face arrest if they continued to pursue the complaints. It was only when media got involved – and even then the British media, which is not exactly afraid of scandal, were nervous to publish a report exposting Muslim sex-slave gangs – did investigations into the wide-spread problem begin.
Facebook rape gang who wooed girls online then plied them with drink and drugs before attacking them is jailed for 44 years
- Vile gang were found guilty of 18 offences including rape and human trafficking
- They targeted young girls in the Coventry area striking between 2015 and 2016
- The crew consisted of Waqaar Khan, Marcus Woolcock, Kadeem Bourne
- And their friends Keenan Kelly and Zahid Chaudhary, all lived in Coventry
By Alex Matthews For Mailonline
Published: 19:07, 26 January 2017 |
Waqaar Kahn, who police say was the leader of the gang, was jailed for 14 and a half years
A Facebook rape gang who wooed girls online before plying them with drink and drugs have been jailed for 44 years.
The vile crew targeted a number of girls in Coventry, striking between 2015 and 2016.
Waqaar Khan, 24, Marcus Woolcock, 22, Kadeem Bourne, 23, Keenan Kelly, 18, and Zahid Chaudhary, 20, were convicted of 18 offences at Warwick Crown Court.
They included rape, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Khan was jailed for 14 and a half years and Bourne 13 and a half years, while Kelly was handed a 10-year sentence.
Woolcock was jailed for two years and Chaudhry was sentenced 18 months.
The gang were convicted of attacking two teenagers, but six others, five of whom were under the age of 16, gave evidence at earlier hearings.
The girls spoke of being picked up by taxis and taken to parties or car parks where they were plied with alcohol or drugs.
One of the victims said she came around to items of her clothing missing and a sex act being performed on her.
Detectives from West Midlands Police say Khan, the leader of the group, contacted girls on Facebook before grooming them with the promise of shopping trips.
The Coventry Telegraph reported that an impact statement from one of the victims said she had to rely on medication to help ‘cope with day-to-day life’.