BLINDERS ON FOR RAPE JIHAD……
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The Rotherham whistleblower: Youth worker reveals how for TWO DECADES the authorities ignored her reports of young white girls being groomed and raped by gangs of Asian men in a shocking new book
- Youth worker Jayne Senior, 51, repeatedly alerted authorities to abuse
- She was working a group set up to help vulnerable girls in the area
- However, police, council and social workers ignored her reports
- They accused the girls – some as young as ten – of lying
- Senior eventually shared confidential documents to expose scandal
- Up to 1,400 possible victims of abuse have now been identified
- Senior has written Broken And Betrayed about what really happened
It is a scandal that sent shockwaves across the UK. Cases of mainly white girls – some as young as 10 – being groomed, raped, forced into prostitution, beaten and even killed, by gangs of older Asian men.
These horrendous crimes were told by the vulnerable victims to Rotherham youth worker Jayne Senior on an almost daily basis for 20 years.
They were desperate pleas for help that fell on deaf ears for nearly two decades when the 51-year-old reported them to the local police, to the council, and to social services, all of which failed to believe what Senior was telling them.
Senior, a mother of three, has now written a book called Broken And Betrayed, revealing how she became the whistleblower who risked imprisonment to provide evidence to bring these cases to court.
Senior’s first ever referral was a girl of 14 who was in a ‘relationship’ with a man in his 30s. She quickly became privy to horrific incidents of abuse perpetrated against vulnerable young girls