Rotherham police chief admits ignoring child sex assault out of fear of being called racist

A stunning and disgusting report from Rotherham in Britain confirms the worst fears about police looking the other way and ignoring massive child sex abuse for fear of appearing racist. From The Times U.K.:

A senior police officer admitted that his force ignored the sexual abuse of girls by Pakistani grooming gangs for decades because it was afraid of increasing “racial tensions”, a watchdog has ruled.

After a five-year investigation, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) upheld a complaint that the Rotherham officer told a missing child’s distraught father that the town “would erupt” if it was known that Asian men were routinely having sex with under-age white girls.

The chief inspector is said to have described the abuse as “P*** shagging” and to have said it had been “going on” for 30 years: “With it being Asians, we can’t afford for this to be coming out.”

This has been suspected by many on the right for years, but even the suspicion was considered racist. Now there is evidence it’s true, even if it is sourced from an anonymous official.



More from the Daily Mirror:

IOPC director of major investigations, Steve Noonan, said: “We are continuing to make significant progress with Operation Linden and we have completed more than 90 per cent of the enquiries we have identified so far.

“A small number of investigation reports still need to be completed and our investigation into the actions of the former senior command team at South Yorkshire Police during the period of our investigation continues and is progressing well.

“Our priority throughout the investigation has, and always will be, the welfare of the many survivors of child sexual abuse we have been engaging with.

This is just evil. And if it’s happening in Rotherham, it’s gonna be elsewhere too…

Here’s a report about the child sex gangs:

Here’s posts where we covered reports that officials were ignoring Muslim pedophile attacks in Rotherham as back as 2014, and also in 2015, and in 2016… 

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