The horrific abuse and sexual exploitation of schoolgirls by a group of Asian men in Shropshire – and the problems facing police officers in bringing them to justice without being accused of racism – is to be exposed in a hard-hitting TV documentary this Thursday at 9pm.
Channel Four’s Dispatches team was given access to Telford police
during Operation Chalice, one of the country’s largest ever child sex
And the results, including candid interviews
with many of the leading detectives, are revealed in an hour-long
special, The Hunt For Britain’s Sex Gangs, at 9pm on Thursday.
Mr Heneghan (for CH4) said the programme examined how Telford Police also had
to face the reality that the men who were perpetrators in this case were
all British Pakistanis.
“As one of the DCI’s in charge of
launching the initial arrests says: ‘How do you deal with that, without
being accused of being racist? My view is this: I’ve got a bunch of
criminals, I don’t care what background they come from, I don’t care
about anything else about them other than that they are gang-raping
Shropshire Patriot says that in this particular case, the police seem to be confused between race and religion.
Read the full article from the Shropshire Star here and watch the Dispatches documentary at 9pm on Channel 4 this Thursday 23rd May. If you miss the programme, CH4 can be viewed online here.
Will Shropshire BNP feature, considering that our campaigning helped to raise this issue in the first place? Remember, Nick Griffin spoke about this many years ago and the Establishment twice tried to jail him for doing so.
We were right, we are right and we always intend to get it right.
One day our people will awake and say, "No More!".