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UK: Muslim settler rape gang plied 13 y/o with cocaine, raped her round-robin under Kurdish flag…….


Horrific….

Plied with cocaine and gang-raped under a Kurdish flag by men in ‘relay race’: Horrific ordeal of 13-year-old victim of Asian sex gang who was taken from children’s home to be abused at ‘party’ in a Newcastle flat

British communities urged to shame sexual predators

The shocking case of the vulnerable 13-year-old, who was in local authority care emerged after an 18-strong gang was convicted of crimes against up to 108 girls. The girl told the court how she would regularly be supplied with cash, cigarettes and drugs in exchange for sex.

 

She spoke of how she would be picked up in a Mercedes from the children’s home where she was living and taken to flats in Newcastle to be used by anyone who wanted her. John Elvedge QC, prosecuting, told the court how during one attack she was high on cocaine while men took turns to have sex with her under a Kurdish flag.

 

The shocking case emerged in yet another appalling grooming scandal, as a total of 17 men and one woman were convicted of rape, sexual assault, human trafficking and inciting prostitution.

  • Carolann Gallon, 22, from Newcastle, aged 17-18 at the time, admitted three offences of trafficking girls for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
  • Mohammed Azram, 35, of Newcastle, admitted five drugs offences and was convicted of one count of sexual assault and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain.
  • Jahangir Zaman, 45, of Newcastle, was convicted of rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution.
  • Nashir Uddin, 35, of Newcastle, was convicted of sexual assault, allowing premises to be used to supply drugs, conspiracy to incite prostitution and who admitted four counts of supplying drugs and three of possessing drugs.
  • Abdulhamid Minoyee, 34, of Newcastle, was convicted of rape and sexual assault and pleaded guilty to supplying drugs.
  • Eisa Mousavi, 42, of Newcastle, was convicted of three counts of rape, two counts of supplying drugs, allowing premises to be used for the supply of drugs and conspiracy to incite prostitution.
  • Monjur Choudhury, 33, of Newcastle,  was convicted of supplying drugs, permitting premises to be used for the supply of drugs and conspiracy to incite prostitution.
  • Taherul Alam, 32, Newcastle, who was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs, one count of permitting premises to be used for supplying drugs, attempting to sexually assault, and of conspiracy to incite prostitution.
  • Prabhat Nelli, 33, Newcastle, who was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs and one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution.
  • Nadeem Aslam, 43, Newcastle, who admitted possessing cannabis and was convicted of two counts of supplying drugs, one count of possessing drugs and one count of permitting premises to be used in the supply of drugs.

The final trial saw three men convicted and one man admit charges against him.

  • Habibur Rahim, 34, of Fenham, was convicted of two counts of conspiracy to incite prostitution, relating to eight different victims. He supplied them with cannabis and mephedrone and was also convicted of a number of trafficking for sexual exploitation offences. He was convicted of one count of rape.
  • Abdul Sabe, 40, of Newcastle, was convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution, conspiracy to traffic for sexual exploitation, conspiracy to sexual assault, and supplying drugs to victims. He was already on the sex offenders’ register.
  • Badrul Hussain, 37, of Newcastle, was convicted of allowing drugs to be used at his premises and of supplying drugs. He was cleared of inciting prostitution for gain.
  • Mohibur Rahman, 44, known to victims as Jimmy, admitted conspiracy to incite prostitution and five drugs charges.

Defendants not yet sentenced will be back next month.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4777086/The-community-shame-predators.html#ixzz4pL6iStnN
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