Friday, 9 September 2011
Update On Shocking News - Paedophile Trial Collapses
Shropshire British National Party officials are calling for calm following the shocking news that the trial of seven muslim men accused of sexual exploitation and child prostitution has collapsed after more than three months. Judge Robin Onions discharged the jury from returning verdicts on 49 charges at Stafford Crown Court.
The Crown Prosecution Service are currently deciding whether to seek re-trials. The prosecution's position will be considered at Shrewsbury Crown Court on 20th September. The seven defendants are Ahdel Ali, 23; Mubarek Ali, 28; Ali Sultan, 24; Tanveer Ahmed, 39; Mahroof Khan, 33; Noshad Hussain, 21; and Mohammed Islam Choudhrey, 52. The men live in the Wellington and Sutton Hill areas of Telford.
A local British National Party organiser said, "This really is devastating news - yet again English victims and their families have been betrayed by the entire rotten Establishment - from the politically correct police, MPs and councillors right through to the treacherous judges who've made a mockery of British justice." He added, "We understand there is a huge amount of justifiable anger and resentment within the local community towards the muslim rape gangs, their enablers and apologists within the Establishment but rest assured that the Shropshire branch of the British National Party will continue to campaign for justice for the victims and do everything we can to protect the wider English community."
Earlier this year, the British National Party was vindicated when Telford-based Detective Chief Inspector Alan Edwards confirmed that political correctness and police inaction was largely to blame for creating an environment where muslim Asian rape gangs feel that they are able to carry out their vile racist acts without any fear of prosecution.
DCI Alan Edwards said: 'These girls are being passed around and used as meat. To stop this type of crime you need to start everyone talking about it but everyone's been too scared to address the ethnicity factor. No one wants to stand up and say that Pakistani guys in some parts of the country are recruiting young white girls and passing them around their relatives for sex, but we need to stop being worried about the racial complication.'
The Shropshire British National party will be back out on the streets of Telford this weekend alerting locals of the imported criminal threat and campaigning for justice for local English rape victims.