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Old 30-01-2012, 01:24 PM   #3
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Arrow Three-month investigation

Originally Posted by bikerdruid View Post
of course you have no verifiable source for this.
we would not want truth to interfere with your hate speech.
Yeah sure..I think you just don't get it do you,with your constant one liner's...don't let the truth blind you...what part of it don't you get...

The raids were part of a three-month investigation into the exploitation of teenage girls

'I think the abuse can be stopped by the community working with us and telling us what is going on. If you see young Muslim males talking girls into flats and houses we would like the public to tell us about it.' In January a gang of eight Muslim men from Rochdale were arrested and accused of targeting more than a dozen underage white girls with drink and drugs before turning them into sex slaves.

They were charged of a variety of offences relating to sexual activity with girls under 16, rape, child prostitution and child trafficking.

Edge of the City, a documentary on Bradford's social services, has been screened by Channel 4 after being dropped in May after police warned it could inflame racial tensions at local election time.

There's been a lot said about Edge of the City - almost all of it by people who had not actually seen the controversial documentary on Bradford's social services.

More than a year in the making, Edge of the City follows social workers with difficult cases in one inner city.

The most controversial of these witnesses authorities and parents trying to stop groups of young men who are grooming girls as young as 11 for sex.

Although none of the officials in the film raise race as the issue in these predatory relationships, the filmmakers make it perfectly clear that the abusers are predominantly Asian, and all of the abused girls are white.

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