January 29, 2017
What’s the first thing you see when you see these faces?
Because for me, it’s really like “wow, what special fellows. I’m certain they have so much to offer our society – so much to teach us, so many ways through which to enrich us. I’m sure they’re highly educated and motivated workers who will severely increase our economy as well.”
As it turns out, however, they are a sex trafficking gang that preyed on young white girls.
It really goes to show how deceiving looks can be.
AN EVIL gang who groomed girls on Facebook then plied them with alcohol and drugs before raping them have today been jailed for a total of 42 years.
The five men were found guilty of 18 offences including rape, sexual assault and human trafficking.
Waqaar Khan, Kadeem Bourne, Marcus Woolcock, Kenan Kelly and Zahid Chaudhary took advantage of two teenagers using social media with the promise of presents and shopping trips.
Instead the gang, all from Coventry, drove them away to be attacked.
One of the victims regained consciousness while she was being attacked on the back seat of a car, Warwick crown court heard.
The longest sentence was handed to Khan, 24, who will serve 14-and-a-half years after being found guilty of two counts of trafficking and three of rape.
Bourne, 23, was jailed for 13-and-a-half-years after he was found guilty of two counts of trafficking, three of rape and one of sexual assault.
Kelly – who at just 18 was the youngest in the group – was convicted of two rapes, one sexual assault and one count of trafficking, and was jailed for ten years.
He also pleaded guilty to two counts of possession with intent to supply drugs, The Coventry Telegraph reports.
Marcus Woolcock, 22, was sentenced to two-and-a-half years for one count each of trafficking and sexual assault.
Chaudhary was given 18 months for one count of trafficking.
Judge de Bertodano told the five defendants they must all have “younger sisters or cousins who you would be horrified for if anyone treated them in the way you treated these girls”.
She added: “You, Waqaar Khan, used the fact that through social media it is easy to get in touch with girls and to exploit their desire to be grown up and rebellious in order to persuade them to get in to cars with you, and to then sexually exploit them when they have no realistic chance to escape.”
One of the two teenage victims described how “her ability to to trust individuals has been severely affected” in a victim impact statement.
We can’t blame the government or the Jews for this. They had no way of knowing.
The guys looked totally okay.
No, instead we need to place blame on ourselves, for historical injustices against their people. For example, the Crusades.