More cover-up of Islamic misogyny, gender apartheid and the debasement of girls and women who are worth less, far less in Islam. Anyone who would cover-up such evil is as guilty as the murderers and rapists.
For those unfamiliar with media codewords (or new to Atlas), here's a brief translation:
In the UK: Asian = Muslim
France: youth = Muslim
In Copenhagen, Amsterdam, and various European cities: Immigrant (even second or third generation) = Muslim.
And so on. These are Orwellian times, learn the language.
Police 'hid' abuse of 60 girls by Asian takeaway workers linked to murder of 14-year-old Daily Mail (hat tip Stephen)
At least 60 schoolgirls were groomed for sex by workers at seedy takeaways linked to the murder of a 14-year-old girl.
Children as young as 11 were targeted by mainly Asian staff at fast food outlets in Blackpool. They were offered food, alcohol and cigarettes in return for sexual favours.
An unpublicised police report produced after 14-year-old Charlene Downes vanished in 2003 found the girls, most if not all white, had been victims of the ‘honey pot’ premises. There were claims last night that the report was suppressed for reasons of political correctness.
Seedy: The takeaway in Blackpool linked to Charlene Downes, then 14, and Paige Chivers, then 15, who are both missing
Four years later another girl, 15-year-old Paige Chivers, also went missing. Detectives believe she was killed like Charlene, whose body has never been found.
Two Middle Eastern restaurant owners were acquitted over Charlene’s murder in 2007 and the crime remains unsolved.
The pair still run a kebab shop in Blackpool which was also linked to Paige, and she too was identified as a victim of sexual exploitation. Last year police reported that the takeaway was attracting young girls who were being supplied with alcohol and cocaine.
Victims: Charlene Downes (left) is believed to have been murdered while Paige Chivers has been missing since 2007
The revelations about the scale of grooming centred around the downmarket cafes comes amid growing concern at disturbing cases involving mainly Asian gangs exploiting young white girls for sex in the Midlands and North of England.