Ahmed, 40, was jailed at Wolverhampton Crown Court. He admitted a charge of controlling a child prostitute in 2009.
Judge Michael Challinor told Ahmed that the harm he had caused to the 16-year-old had been ‘considerable and inevitable’ by offering her to a stranger.
Ahmed, of Urban Gardens, Wellington, will be on the sex offenders register for an indefinite period and is banned from working with children for life.
Ahmed, who is married with three children, had denied two offences relating to the victim’s prostitution and two more of sexual activity with a child. Judge Challinor ordered the charges to lie on file.
Miss Debbie Gould, prosecuting, said that the victim met Ahmed when she was 15, at a time when she was heavily involved with a number of Asian men.
The court heard when she was 16 the girl was involved in sexual activity with Ahmed and he was aware of her being prostituted by other men.
Miss Gould said Ahmed had a gambling habit and visited casinos and betting shops. “He had spent his float on gambling and asked one of the shop workers for £40 to have sex with the girl. She had sex with the man in Ahmed’s car while he waited in the fish and chip shop. The man handed him £40 in change which he used to replenish his float,” she said.
Are our young girls worth just forty quid? In Homer's Illiad, the female archetype* (Helen) was worth going to war over. Now they are being sold to cover the minor gambling costs of fast food delivery drivers.
Back in the summer of 2011, good, honest patriots held a demo in Telford to raise awareness of the grooming scandal. In this politically correct age it is risky business speaking out on any sensitive issue; but if our Members of Parliament will not do it then we will.
|Our Girls are Worth the Effort|
We will not rest until these injustices are righted by nationalist political action.
The 'archetypes' of our people should be brought to mind often. Whether this be a traditional male warrior figure, a noble female or mother or any other particular image that characterises our folk throughout the ages. It is images and thoughts such as these which raise us up to higher deeds and helps us to deal with the difficult situation we find ourselves in today.
the original pattern or model from which all things of the same kind are copied or on which they are based; a model or first form; prototype.