See list of men convicted and the towns where they committed their rape crimes.How it started Mc Loughlin, an Internet technology specialist by trade, said his interest in the sex-grooming gangs was sparked by a 2004 documentary film “Edge of the City.” It included the stories of two British women whose daughters were being abused by grooming gangs in Bradford, a city in west Yorkshire.
It’s a cover-up.” Between 19 there was virtually no mention in the British media of the problem with grooming gangs.“One of the things that struck me was that people could deny this was going on when there was no information available,” Mc Loughlin said.“I think it’s the biggest political scandal in 100 years.I don’t have any children myself and this is the last thing I ever thought I would do is write a book about this subject,” he said. I didn’t want people to say I was trying to capitalize on this problem so I spent two years writing this book with the purpose of wanting to preserve for future generations the record of what happened. “The idea that a country would welcome immigrants, offer them every sort of benefit and rights, in some ways superior rights to its own citizens, and then to stand by and let them organize the baiting and prostitution of school girls is just outrageous.“And the reason Rotherham has become emblematic and distinct is that Rotherham by accident had a private organization working for the local government called Risky Business.
And what it did was ask these victims for details of who was doing these horrible things to them.” The private agency built case files and took them to police.
Even today, after the media spotlight has finally shined on the problem, there exists an element of denial as to its scope. “At least 40 towns have been named in this context but that doesn’t mean it’s not going on in far more.” He said Muslims make up 5 percent of the population in Britain but have accounted for 90 percent of the sex-gang convictions.
“In Britain people just keep talking about Rotheram and 1,400 victims because, to them, it’s just one town,” Mc Loughlin told WND. When you say it’s multiple towns and between 100,000 and 350,000 victims, it’s just so big you can’t take it in.” Up until four years ago most Brits couldn’t place Rotherham on a map, he said. In one area of northeast England, in and around Newcastle, 44 men were charged. There have been more than 200 convictions so far in cities across the country, but Mc Loughlin says this likely amounts to less than 1 percent of the Muslim men who were involved.
“And so far we’re seeing absolutely no interest in the book in England,” he told WND.
“People are buying it, but there have been no book reviews in any newspapers or periodicals, no requests for interviews from media.
A gang of Muslim “Asians” of mostly Pakistani descent seeks out, pursues, chats up and cultivates school girls for sex, turning them into bodies for sale.