A society that won’t defend itself is a society with both feet in the grave:
The massive inquiry into the Rotherham sex abuse scandal could run until at least 2018 and has so far identified 300 suspects, it emerged yesterday. Investigators say the number of possible offenders is changing on a ‘daily basis’ and they suspect ‘thousands of offences’ have been committed. The team has seized 92 boxes containing several thousand files and identified more than 3,300 lines of inquiry.
The suspects are ‘predominantly’ Asian men from the South Yorkshire town and include two who have worked for the council. Their victims are mainly white, British, underage and ‘vulnerable’ girls. Operation Stovewood is currently costing up to £5 million every year, and is still likely to be ongoing in three years’ time – putting the total bill for the inquiry at around £15 million.
So far the inquiry has backed an original estimate that 1,400 girls were abused in Rotherham during a 16-year period from 1997 to 2013 – with police and social workers accused of being too concerned about being labelled racist to speak out about the crimes. Last night children’s charities demanded that the men should be brought to justice.
But no — musn’t do that, lest one fall afoul of ant-racist statutes.
They are yet to formally interview the hundreds of victims and suspects. However NCA director Trevor Pearce said that despite the difficulties of investigating crimes committed many years ago, his team had the ‘common desire to bring those responsible for harming children in the town to justice’.
Disgusting. And evil.
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