Majud Hussain, who denied the charges — claiming that one of his accusers ‘tried to have sex but he turned her down, according to local media — was found guilty of four sexual offences at Nottingham Crown Court.
After finishing his shift at Leicestershire Police, where he had been a firearms officer and worked in CID, the 41-year-old spotted two teenage girls at traffic lights and asked if they were OK. Welcoming the pair, aged 14 and 17, into his car, Hussein took them both to McDonald’s before taking the younger one home.
When the married father-of-four returned to his car, where he had left the older teenager, he touched her thigh and leaned into the back seat, where the 17-year old alleged he “forcibly pulled my leggings and pants down”. He then proceeded to carry out a sex act out on her.
Police officer Mohammed Perwaze repeatedly raped an 8-year-old girl, telling his victim: “I can love you more than your puppy ever will.”
Perwaze, who until he was charged in November worked as a police sergeant with Durham Constabulary, denies four counts of rape and 14 other charges relating to the girl — including five of indecent assault and four of sexual assault. Sheffield Crown Court heard the girl had been “broken down” from constant attacks carried out on her by the 45-year-old after he began abusing her at the age of eight.
Rotherham Muslim police officers had sex with abused girls from Muslim sex gangs while allegedly conspiring to protect the Muslim leaders of the sex gangs
One officer and local politician, who is a family relative of the Muslim brothers convicted yesterday, is alleged to have brokered a deal whereby one brother was given assurance that he “wouldn’t get done” if he returned one his young victims to a police station. Another is accused of having sex with an under-age girls, passing drugs to the grooming gang and tipping them off when colleagues were searching for missing children, a court was told.
Jahangir Akhtar, the former deputy leader of Rotherham council and deputy chairman of South Yorkshire police, is one of several alleged to have taken part in the handover. He is also a relative of Arshid, Basharat and Bannaras Hussain.
Police in Birmingham are on the hunt for two Muslim men after a teen girl was brutally raped at a train station, and sexually abused again by another Muslim man she asked for help after the incident
The 15-year-old girl, who has not been identified, was with her friend at Witton railway station near Aston Villa when a man approached her and led her away. The man, described as being in his early twenties, Muslim in appearance and slim build and around six foot tall, took the girl to a secluded area where he proceeded to rape her the Birmingham Mail reports.
After the attack had ended the teen tried to wave down a passing vehicle and after getting in the car she says she was raped again by another man in his 20s who was also of Muslim appearance.
The rape and exploitation of white girls by a gang of 17 mostly Pakistani Muslim men was not racially motivated, a judge has claimed.
The decision means members of the Newcastle-based grooming gang, who have been described by victims as “monsters”, were able to avoid the tougher sentences which accompany racially motivated crimes.
Despite the abuse being labeled “profoundly racist” by former director of public prosecutions Lord MacDonald, with MPs and campaigners having urged the crimes of Muslim grooming gangs to be treated as “racially aggravated”, Judge Penny Moreland claimed the men chose their victims “not because of their race, but because they were young, impressionable, naive and vulnerable”.
A member of the mostly-Muslim Newcastle sex grooming gang, which preyed on teenage girls, once told a female ticket inspector: “White women are good for only one thing – for people like me to fuck and use as trash.”
Badrul Hussain, 37, (pictured, right) was found guilty of four drug offences Wednesday as part of ‘Operation Sanctuary’, the UK’s largest investigation into grooming gangs since Rochdale and Rotherham.
Many other defendants claimed that their victims were liars and Habibur Rahim, 34, (pictured, left) who was convicted of human trafficking and rape, claimed, “the police were racist”.
However, the weight of evidence against the men in the massive investigation was strong. The court heard how gangs of groomers who were friends and relatives, mainly of Pakistani and Bangladeshi Muslim origin, raped, trafficked, and drugged white women from troubled backgrounds.
Seventeen South Asian Muslim men have been convicted of involvement in a mostly Muslim sex grooming gang operating in Newcastle, in the largest case of its kind since Rotherham and Rochdale.
The gang was found guilty of nearly 100 offences, including the rape and human trafficking of vulnerable women and girls. They preyed upon teenage girls with drugs and alcohol at sex parties known as “sessions”, Chronicle Live reports.
Police said the defendants were of different backgrounds, including; Bangladeshi, Pakistani, Iranian, Iraqi, Kurdish, Turkish, Albanian, and Eastern European. The men lived in various areas of Newcastle and were convicted of the following crimes, as reported by the Chronicle Live.
- Habibur Rahim, 34: Convicted of two counts of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, human trafficking, and rape; two counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation; and six counts of supplying drugs.
- Abdul Sabe, 40: Conspiracy to traffic for sexual exploitation, conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, conspiracy to sexual assault, and four drug offences.
- Eisa Mousavi, 42: Three counts of rape, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution, and three drug offences.
- Nashir Uddin, 35: One count of “digital penetration”, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, and eight drug offences.
- Mohammed Azram, 35: Convicted of one count of sexual assault, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, and five counts of supplying and offering to supply drugs.
- Taherul Alom, 32: Two counts of supplying drugs, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution, one count of attempted sexual assault, and one drug offence.
- Abdulhamid Minoyee, 34: One count of rape, one count of sexual assault, one count of supplying drugs.
- Monjur Choudhury, 33: Convicted of one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution and two drug offences.
- Prabhat Nelli, 33: One count of conspiracy to incite prostitution and two counts of supplying drugs,
- Jahanger Zaman, 45: Convicted of one count of rape, one count of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain, and one drug offence.
- Mohammed Hassan Ali, 34: Convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child and two drug offences.
- Saiful Islam, 35: Guilty of one count of rape.
- Yasser Hussain, 28: One count of assault by beating, one count of intimidation, and one count of permitting his premises to be used for the supply of drugs.
- Badrul Hussain, 37: Three counts of permitting premises to be used for the supply of class A and B drugs.
- Nadeem Aslam, 43: Two counts of supplying drugs, two counts of possession of drugs, and one count of permitting premises to be used for the supply of drugs.
- Mohibur Rahman, 44: Convicted of conspiracy to incite prostitution for gain and five drug offences.
- Redwan Siddquee, 32: Guilty of one count of supplying drugs.