Child Rape Victim: ‘Authorities Did Nothing, I Was Told NOT To Mention Ethnicity Of Attackers’ – Guess Why?

Child Rape Victim: ‘Authorities Did Nothing, I Was Told NOT To Mention Ethnicity Of Attackers’ – Guess Why?

She survived an attack from a Muslim grooming gang in Rotherham and reported being raped when she was 13 years-old, however authorities did nothing. They even told her NOT to mention the ethnicity of the attackers. This survivor’s name is Emma and she told Katie Hopkins in an interview last Sunday:

“I actually reported my abuse 14 years ago. I went to the authorities, my parents did. I sat and gave video interviews with the police, I was willing to work with them. But as soon as I said the names, I was made to feel as though I was racist and I was the one who had the problem.”

Sounds like a nightmare right? Well, it gets worse.

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“I was specifically told not to comment on the ethnicity of the perpetrators,” Emma said. She also mentioned that she was told numerous times by police and social workers to make sure not to mention the race of her attackers.

“I knew I wasn’t racist, but I felt like that was used as a way to silence me.”

Asked by Ms. Hopkins how that made her feel at the time, Emma said: “My perpetrators made me feel like I was in the wrong and they [police and social workers] fed into that. And I felt like: ‘Maybe my perpetrators are right. Maybe it’s not them that’s got the problem, maybe it’s me’.”

Groomed from age 12, Emma told LBC listeners she was a virgin when she was raped at age 13. Detailing that the rapes happened regularly, she described one occasion where she was locked in a property and sexually assaulted by multiple men.

The Muslim grooming gang then began blackmailing the young teen and threatened to gang rape her mother if she told her parents.

“That was my life.”

Sadly, the rapes continued after she reported it to police and authorities told her that it was a game of “her word against his.” This sickening plot had police also losing the clothes she had been raped in, which then left this poor girl with no evidence for a prosecution. She was completely let down by authorities, the very people who are meant to protect and serve her in times like these, yet she had no one.

This opened up the doors for her to be further abused by other rape gangs. She reported rape again at the age of 14, but once more the police said there was not enough evidence to prove it. Soon after this, her parents moved her out of the country.

“Nobody wanted to stop it, and that was the only way they could stop it,” she reported about the move.

Ms. Hopkins told Emma that other parents of victims of Muslim grooming gangs had moved their daughters abroad, saying moving girls to different parts of the country was ineffective as the rape gangs are “networked between cities.”

The Rotherham child sex abuse scandal is the biggest child protection scandal in Britain’s history, where, since the late 1980s, police and social services failed to protect girls from predatory grooming gangs made up of Muslim men for fear of being labelled racist, leading to institutional cover-ups.

There were other Muslim grooming networks that were around and they also have been exposed to the public since the first convictions in Rotherham in 2010. Just last week it was reported that the BBC drama ‘Three Girls’ – that tells about the story of three children from Rochdale targeted by a gang of Pakistani and AFghani origin Muslims – made it very clear that they will be making no mention of Islam in the trailer or in any of their press releases.

Of course they won’t though, because that would be the truth and in the world we have today, there seems to be less and less room for the truth.

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