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June 18, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- "Shabir Ahmed, 66, Qari Abdul Rauf, 50, Abdul Aziz, 48 and Adil Khan, 49, were among nine men convicted in 2012 of a catalogue of serious sex offences against girls as young as 12," according to thesun.co.uk.


The four men have not yet been deported. 

The delay sends a signal to current and future grooming gangs: Justice is Britain is slow. By weighing the risks of being deported with the profit from human trafficking, Islamic rapists are encouraged to continue their war on women. 

Meanwhile, the far left continues to speak of a "rape culture," but only in reference to white Western men. 

From thesun.co.uk ▼

ROCHDALE grooming gang victims have been “failed again” after it emerged four men have still not been deported a decade after preying on young girls.

Shabir Ahmed, 66, Qari Abdul Rauf, 50, Abdul Aziz, 48 and Adil Khan, 49, were among nine men convicted in 2012 of a catalogue of serious sex offences against girls as young as 12.

As the only groomers to have dual UK-Pakistani citizenship, they were at risk of being deported back to Pakistan.

However, none of the four appear to have been deported or be facing deportation.

Ahmed, known as "Daddy" in the gang, is still serving a 22-year jail term for rape but Rauf is back living at his home address in Rochdale.

SPOTTED IN THE TOWN


Locals claim that Aziz has also been seen in the town. Khan's exact whereabouts are not known.

One woman who was abused wet herself and ran into a shop after spotting her attacker in the town centre recently, according to locals.

Meanwhile, another victim bumped into her abuser in a nightclub only last week.

The Home Office will not say whether a decision has been made to deport any of the four.

A spokeswoman said: "We do not routinely comment on individual cases."

Maggie Oliver, the detective who resigned from Greater Manchester Police and turned whistle-blower over the botched Rochdale inquiry, said they won’t want a “public backlash”.


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