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Grooming gang review kept secret as Home Office claims releasing findings ‘not in public interest’

 

Exclusive: Freedom of Information request refused so ministers have ‘safe space’ to discuss policy

 

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The government is refusing to release official research on the characteristics of grooming gangs, claiming it is not in the “public interest”.

Survivors accused ministers of making “empty promises”, while a man who prosecuted abusers in Rochdale called for the Home Office to “show some courage and publish” its findings.

It comes after The Independent revealed that almost 19,000 suspected child sexual exploitation victims were identified by local authorities in just one year, sparking renewed calls for prevention efforts.

 

Sajid Javid promised the review as home secretary in July 2018, pledging that there would be “no no-go areas of inquiry”.

“I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it,” he said at the time.

“We know that in these recent high profile cases, where people convicted have been disproportionately from a Pakistani background.

“I’ve instructed my officials to explore the particular contexts and characteristics of these types of gangs.”

But the government has made no further announcements on the review following Mr Javid’s move to the Treasury last year. It has, however, said it will soon publish a national strategy that will set out a “whole system response to all forms of child sexual abuse”.

 

In December, The Independent was told that the work had been completed but would only be used for internal policy-making and would not be publicly released.

In response to a freedom of information (FOI) request asking for the research carried out and any reports drawn up as a result, the Home Office confirmed it held the information but would not release it.

In a letter to The Independent, officials said they had applied a “public interest test” but the information was exempt from the act because it concerned the development of government policy.

“One of the main purposes of the exemption is to protect the ‘safe space’ necessary for ministers and officials to consider policy options in private without risk of premature disclosure,” it added.

“Disclosure would risk pre-empting decisions still to be made by ministers. In addition, the information could be misleading if made public and used out of context.”

The Home Office’s FOI unit said the documents also included “operationally sensitive” information from police and could prejudice ongoing investigations.

The letter added: “We recognise that this topic in general and any insight and learning are matters of strong public interest, although it does not necessarily follow that it is in the public interest to disclose any specific information relating to it.”

Sammy Woodhouse, a Rotherham victim who helped expose the scandal, told The Independent she believed the research was going to be made public.

“I always got the impression they were going to do a full report and get something official,” she said.

“A lot of people were backing it, it’s ridiculous they’re not releasing it.

“We keep hearing ‘we’re going to do this and that’, and when it actually comes to it there’s nothing. It’s empty promises all the time.”

Another woman, who was also sexually abused by a grooming gang in Rotherham and wanted to remain anonymous, said she was “disappointed and frustrated” by the decision not to release the report.

“The government’s repeated failure to acknowledge the role of racism and religious bigotry in grooming gang crime has led to inadequate investigation, protection and prosecution,” she said.

“Prevention of future grooming gang crime can only come through counter-narrative sex and relationships education.”

The woman is campaigning for changes to hate crime guidance and the creation of a parliamentary committee to examine gender-based violence linked to faith and belief.

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A former chief prosecutor who initiated charges against a grooming gang in Rochdale warned that far-right groups were using a “vacuum” of reliable information to spread their beliefs and gain support.

Nazir Afzal said he had been calling for formal research on potential links between ethnicity and street-based abuse since 2012.

“The misinformation and anecdote are exploited by white supremacists and others with an agenda,” he added.

“The sooner we have evidence, the sooner we can truly confront it. The Home Office should show some courage and publish.”

Mr Javid’s original pledge was in response to a letter from a cross-party group of politicians who called for the Home Office to undertake research into common patterns of behaviour and drivers of grooming gangs.

Sarah Champion, the Labour MP for Rotherham, was among the signatories and voiced hope at the time that the review would prevent abuse and protect children.

The Home Office has said it will soon publish a national strategy that will set out a “whole system response to all forms of child sexual abuse”.

A spokesperson for the government department said: “Child sexual abuse is a sickening crime and predators who abuse children will face the full force of the law.

“We’re pursuing work on a number of fronts to understand the characteristics of group-based offending and the contexts in which it occurs. This includes ongoing work commissioned by the previous home secretary and will inform future government policies on child sexual abuse.

“New sentencing laws will also ensure the most serious violent and sexual offenders spend time in prison that matches the severity of their crimes, protecting victims and giving the public confidence in the criminal justice system.”

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Once you realise the Western establishment is populated by paedovores, it all begins to make sense. Islamic paedophilia is undoubtedly a problem, but it's a purposeful red herring that's deliberately given traction in order to draw the populace's attention from the degenerate and devilish tastes of our so-called masters. They have no intention of ever solving the Islamic grooming and rape problem because it keeps the heat off the true darkness at the heart of it all. It's also useful as a method of inculcating a deep hatred for Muzzies among a white population that is entering the very, very early stages of being empowered to fight back. It's a multifaceted, complex game that's being played.

 

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Paedophilia, grooming, hatred and terrorism, can never be excused or justified under no circumstances.

To act or agree with it otherwise, is just sickening.

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On 7/17/2020 at 2:51 PM, dallysingh101 said:

Grooming gang review kept secret as Home Office claims releasing findings ‘not in public interest’

 

Exclusive: Freedom of Information request refused so ministers have ‘safe space’ to discuss policy

 

front-huddersfield-grooming-gang.jpg?w96

The government is refusing to release official research on the characteristics of grooming gangs, claiming it is not in the “public interest”.

Survivors accused ministers of making “empty promises”, while a man who prosecuted abusers in Rochdale called for the Home Office to “show some courage and publish” its findings.

It comes after The Independent revealed that almost 19,000 suspected child sexual exploitation victims were identified by local authorities in just one year, sparking renewed calls for prevention efforts.

 

Sajid Javid promised the review as home secretary in July 2018, pledging that there would be “no no-go areas of inquiry”.

“I will not let cultural or political sensitivities get in the way of understanding the problem and doing something about it,” he said at the time.

“We know that in these recent high profile cases, where people convicted have been disproportionately from a Pakistani background.

“I’ve instructed my officials to explore the particular contexts and characteristics of these types of gangs.”

But the government has made no further announcements on the review following Mr Javid’s move to the Treasury last year. It has, however, said it will soon publish a national strategy that will set out a “whole system response to all forms of child sexual abuse”.

 

In December, The Independent was told that the work had been completed but would only be used for internal policy-making and would not be publicly released.

In response to a freedom of information (FOI) request asking for the research carried out and any reports drawn up as a result, the Home Office confirmed it held the information but would not release it.

In a letter to The Independent, officials said they had applied a “public interest test” but the information was exempt from the act because it concerned the development of government policy.

“One of the main purposes of the exemption is to protect the ‘safe space’ necessary for ministers and officials to consider policy options in private without risk of premature disclosure,” it added.

“Disclosure would risk pre-empting decisions still to be made by ministers. In addition, the information could be misleading if made public and used out of context.”

The Home Office’s FOI unit said the documents also included “operationally sensitive” information from police and could prejudice ongoing investigations.

The letter added: “We recognise that this topic in general and any insight and learning are matters of strong public interest, although it does not necessarily follow that it is in the public interest to disclose any specific information relating to it.”

Sammy Woodhouse, a Rotherham victim who helped expose the scandal, told The Independent she believed the research was going to be made public.

“I always got the impression they were going to do a full report and get something official,” she said.

“A lot of people were backing it, it’s ridiculous they’re not releasing it.

“We keep hearing ‘we’re going to do this and that’, and when it actually comes to it there’s nothing. It’s empty promises all the time.”

Another woman, who was also sexually abused by a grooming gang in Rotherham and wanted to remain anonymous, said she was “disappointed and frustrated” by the decision not to release the report.

“The government’s repeated failure to acknowledge the role of racism and religious bigotry in grooming gang crime has led to inadequate investigation, protection and prosecution,” she said.

“Prevention of future grooming gang crime can only come through counter-narrative sex and relationships education.”

The woman is campaigning for changes to hate crime guidance and the creation of a parliamentary committee to examine gender-based violence linked to faith and belief.

Read more

A former chief prosecutor who initiated charges against a grooming gang in Rochdale warned that far-right groups were using a “vacuum” of reliable information to spread their beliefs and gain support.

Nazir Afzal said he had been calling for formal research on potential links between ethnicity and street-based abuse since 2012.

“The misinformation and anecdote are exploited by white supremacists and others with an agenda,” he added.

“The sooner we have evidence, the sooner we can truly confront it. The Home Office should show some courage and publish.”

Mr Javid’s original pledge was in response to a letter from a cross-party group of politicians who called for the Home Office to undertake research into common patterns of behaviour and drivers of grooming gangs.

Sarah Champion, the Labour MP for Rotherham, was among the signatories and voiced hope at the time that the review would prevent abuse and protect children.

The Home Office has said it will soon publish a national strategy that will set out a “whole system response to all forms of child sexual abuse”.

A spokesperson for the government department said: “Child sexual abuse is a sickening crime and predators who abuse children will face the full force of the law.

“We’re pursuing work on a number of fronts to understand the characteristics of group-based offending and the contexts in which it occurs. This includes ongoing work commissioned by the previous home secretary and will inform future government policies on child sexual abuse.

“New sentencing laws will also ensure the most serious violent and sexual offenders spend time in prison that matches the severity of their crimes, protecting victims and giving the public confidence in the criminal justice system.”

Thanks bro, for bringing forward these evil facts, which for sure are of public and human interest.

The bad facts of the devlish culture can not remain undercovered.

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16 hours ago, MuslimNeighbour said:

Someone's awake around here.

And your people are still turning a blind eye to their own pedo proclivities. 

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16 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

Once you realise the Western establishment is populated by paedovores, it all begins to make sense. Islamic paedophilia is undoubtedly a problem, but it's a purposeful red herring that's deliberately given traction in order to draw the populace's attention from the degenerate and devilish tastes of our so-called masters. They have no intention of ever solving the Islamic grooming and rape problem because it keeps the heat off the true darkness at the heart of it all. It's also useful as a method of inculcating a deep hatred for Muzzies among a white population that is entering the very, very early stages of being empowered to fight back. It's a multifaceted, complex game that's being played.

 

Don't see the islamic pedo thing as separate from the white pedo thing. They were originally separate entities, but are now in a symbiotic love fest in the homeland of the english.  

 

This is something worth watching, especially for the Canuck brothers:

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

Don't see the islamic pedo thing as separate from the white pedo thing. They were originally separate entities, but are now in a symbiotic love fest in the homeland of the english. 

It's separate in as much as it being a tool wielded by the Establishment for the purposes of publicly decrying sadistic acts of violence and sex against children, while much of the "machine" at the very summit of society indulgues in these acts themselves although for very different purposes.

Once you look into the historical and esoteric functions of these sick practices, it all begins to make sense. Don't get me wrong, it's a LOT to take in. I still find myself baulking at some of it, but I've realised I shouldn't use my personal morality as a barometer to judge the moral capability of those considered to be our so-called societal betters.

The occasional Islamic grooming gang thrown under the bus in that very public way is another media (or, more accurately, intelligence services) ploy. It's designed to achieve a few important things at different levels but on a simultaneous basis:

1) Placate certain groups in society in order to convince them that the justice system is fully functioning, and that those "paedo Muzzies" are being tracked and prosecuted for their crimes.

2) Stoke up festering resentment and hatred against Muslims. In this regard, Muslims don't make it easy on themselves, because a certain faction of their believers don't see anything objectionable with these types of acts. One might argue whether they act upon religious instruction when committing these acts or they just happen to belong to the religion, and they'd behave in much the same way regardless of whichever religion they belong to.

Other Muslims may silently object to the philosophical basis on which these acts are arguably endorsed by their scriptures, but they make a personal decision not to "kill the unbeliever" and partake in acts which dehumanise non-Muslims (a personal reformation, one might say)... at least until they're in a position when they aren't a minority.

3) Demoralise and mentally subjugate weaker individuals who have neither the will or the strength to act and respond to these crimes. A person becomes a victim of their own mentality, and sometimes from this group emerges a person or people who crack under the pressure and take matters into their own hands.

4) Similar to the above group, there's another type of person who sees the indisputable acts of these crimes, but unable to process the idea that maybe -- perhaps -- Islam isn't a good idea (which would suggest the mere thought is evil and discriminatory), they retreat into denial, because the alternative would mean questioning and ultimately destroying all the values and beliefs they've been indoctrinated into believing are the truth.  Most people aren't prepared to question and challenge everything they hold dear. It means starting from scratch, and that's too daunting a task for most. As more evidence emerges to lend support to that nagging voice in the back of their head that "something" is wrong, they silence that voice with the comforting notion that everything is fine, and eventually things will work themselves out.

Yet, all the while, the true elite of society are free to partake in much the same degenerate evil, knowing full well there's very little chance of their depraved escapdes ever making the front pages.

 

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On 7/19/2020 at 7:38 AM, MisterrSingh said:

2) Stoke up festering resentment and hatred against Muslims. In this regard, Muslims don't make it easy on themselves, because a certain faction of their believers don't see anything objectionable with these types of acts. One might argue whether they act upon religious instruction when committing these acts or they just happen to belong to the religion, and they'd behave in much the same way regardless of whichever religion they belong to.

I don't think this is happening at all. Despite the token 'throwing under the bus'  establishment goray are generally covering up for the sullay nonces; whether this is to underplay their own historic incompetence and indifference, or to keep things quiet on a street level (it's probably a bit of both). 

 

Well, just what is in that report that is so 'sensitive' that us mere mortals are not allowed to see it? Maybe it just confirms what a lot of us have been saying about a certain community for decades now? 

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14 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I don't think this is happening at all. Despite the token 'throwing under the bus'  establishment goray are generally covering up for the sullay nonces; whether this is to underplay their own historic incompetence and indifference, or to keep things quiet on a street level (it's probably a bit of both). 

Well, just what is in that report that is so 'sensitive' that us mere mortals are not allowed to see it? Maybe it just confirms what a lot of us have been saying about a certain community for decades now? 

Not in the mainstream. I'm seeing it underground; the very, very, very early beginnings of a movement. You won't see it broadcast or even talked about, but it's definitely there. We won't see it out in the open for another 20 years broadly speaking, and dependent on things like accelerationism or other issues.

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2 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

Not in the mainstream. I'm seeing it underground; the very, very, very early beginnings of a movement. You won't see it broadcast or even talked about, but it's definitely there. We won't see it out in the open for another 20 years broadly speaking, and dependent on things like accelerationism or other issues.

I think you've totally misunderstood how economically dependent 'angry-saxons' are on sullay nations now. This will probably increase in future, and you know these people don't care about some gullible Punjabans or even their own working class gorian getting raped and abused as long as their economy roles on. If they are trying to throw anyone under the bus right now, it's us, but it will blow up in their faces. 

And I'm pretty clued up about the things that go on underground - I grew up in that world.  

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57 minutes ago, dallysingh101 said:

I think you've totally misunderstood how economically dependent 'angry-saxons' are on sullay nations now. This will probably increase in future, and you know these people don't care about some gullible Punjabans or even their own working class gorian getting raped and abused as long as their economy roles on. If they are trying to throw anyone under the bus right now, it's us, but it will blow up in their faces. 

And I'm pretty clued up about the things that go on underground - I grew up in that world.  

I think, with respect, you're looking at things with a hangover from the 70s-90s. There are things in motion that are beyond what you're describing above. Nothing I'd ever talk about on here. I guess we'll see.

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57 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

I think, with respect, you're looking at things with a hangover from the 70s-90s. There are things in motion that are beyond what you're describing above. Nothing I'd ever talk about on here. I guess we'll see.

Any hints please ?

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1 hour ago, Premi5 said:

Any hints please ?

I honestly don't want to jinx it. I'd like to see the start of it in my lifetime.

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2 hours ago, MisterrSingh said:

I honestly don't want to jinx it. I'd like to see the start of it in my lifetime.

In the meanwhile, our own communities efforts (especially in england) can't let up at all, and our own mechanisms for protecting our own have to continue to develop and evolve. This is a multifaceted thing involving education, honest introspection about how aspects of our own normative community behaviour doesn't help amongst other things. 

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