There is no doubt a serious incident took place at Canary Wharf on the morning of July 7th. Reports came from multiple sources and countries. Yet not reported by mainstream media because if bombers blew themselves up on the trains how could they be shot outside the Wharf?
At least 3 of the 4 suicide bombers were shot dead. We therefore know they were not on the tube trains. We know the 07:40 from Luton was cancelled. We know it is an inside job by MI5 /Mossad to make the public believe the war on terror and blame Muslims. We also know there was a terrorist drill taking place on 7/7.
Richard Jones says Habib Hussein was on the number 30 bus with him! Those who do crimes tend to have a scapegoat. He said it was a Muslim bomber. Jones worked as an apprentice at an explosives factory in Ayrshire. The red bus had been tampered days before. The metal cut so that the roof blew off for dramatic effect, actors faked injuries. A white van at side of the number 30 had Kingstar on the side. Kingstar is a company that specialises in controlled demolition and robotic demolition.
The sick joke even the bus had the poster on it “Outright terror.. Bold and Brilliant”.
They said they found Hasib Husseins I.D at Tavistock Square, and another I.D of one of the bombers was found in two separate locations. How can you be in two locations at the same time? How can I.D’s survive bomb blasts?
Witness Marie Oates-Whitehead said she heard two explosions on the bus. She was found dead in her flat 5 weeks later.
John McDonald on the Edgeware road train on the morning of 7/7 said there was a small bang, then a big bang, then two smaller bangs. How can a rucksack bomb make 4 explosions?
He said he came across a big hole in the train and the metal was bent upwards. Only explosives under the train would bend metal upwards.
James Casbolt former MI5 agent knows the Muslim men were stooges and set up as patsy’s using the fake terror drill to lure them into the trap.
In the first year the government, police, and newspapers claimed the 4 terrorists had caught the 07:40 train from Luton. Yet this train had been cancelled. So the story was changed to the 07:25 train. If they caught a later train than 07:40 they could never have blown up the targets.
The 4 bombers caught the 07:40 train from Luton – The Telegraph
Hasib Hussian shown on CCTV mounting stairs at Luton to catch the 07:40 : The Times
A New Zealander reported 2 suicide bombers being shot at 10:30 am outside Canary Wharf.
We have at least 3 of the 4 suicide bombers being shot dead at Canary Wharf and know they were not on the tube trains that blew up. It was an inside job by MI5 / Mossad to get support for Blair’s fake war on terror.
The way to carry out a false flag is by running a Police or Military drill so the real perpetrators are harder to identify. In May 2004, BBC Panorama on TV. The scenario what if 4 suicide bombers detonated bombs under 3 underground trains and a bus at Tavistock Square [Where the actual bus blew up]. The people are always shown what is going to happen in the future. A drill was taking place on 7/7 the same day the bombs went off. On 911 a drill was being done. What are the odds of this happening?
Passengers stopped a Somali Rapist being deported. They should also have been removed from the plane. Thanks to these idiots thousands of women and girls are being raped across Europe. The open borders mantra is build bridges not walls yet last time I was in central Londonistan all bridges had walls built on them.
We have not hit the crux of the matter. Africa is a giant continent and has lots of safe lands close to where the migrants live. Why don’t they move to these lands? Is it because we offer free homes, free welfare and a free NHS? Why are Saudi Arabia and Israel not taking in any refugees? I would like to see them diversify.
We can’t blame migrants for wanting a better economic lifestyle but we can blame our politicians who let in these economic migrants. Often they have no loyalty to our country and some shouted abuse at soldiers returning home.
The Government says we will still need to allow workers into our country after Brexit to work in Care jobs or help farmers. We don’t need to.
In my town of Northampton we have loads of vacancies in warehouses doing manual work but the lazy British won’t do manual work.
I know people who have been given free social housing flats and get full rents paid and council tax. I know one chap who gets over £60,000 in welfare tax free plus a free 5 bedroom modern home and a free car.
The solution is quite radical we need to scrap welfare. Instead pay everyone £10,000 universal wage whether working or not. Some people would say I can’t live on this money in London. Well go out and get a job or move to place that the rent is cheaper. Why should hard working people like me be taxed just so freeloaders can never work and get to use the NHS for free?
The money we would save by scrapping welfare would be a lot – we would no longer need job centre staff. They never make people work. They are useless. Those in work could choose to do a lower paid job like caring as they would have the extra Universal Wage or they could use money to do courses and get better jobs and thus pay more in taxation.
To stop yourself being victim of Push Payment Fraud what you should do is make a token transfer of just £1.
Next ring the person the money is owed to and ask if they have received the £1 test transfer. If not then it is likely account number on email is not genuine.
Banks should not be allowing fraudsters to close down their account and just hand them the cash over the counter. They should insist money is transferred to another bank account; this keeps the audit trail open. Once money is removed from the bank the victim won’t be able to get his money back. They also need to do more security checks before allowing people to open accounts.
I once had someone use my credit card details without knowing the security code on the reverse. They purchased a hotel room via the web site Groupon. Groupon knew where the tickets had been sent and when person would be at the hotel. Groupon would not give me this information as they said it is Data Protection. In my opinion Data Protection is helping crime. They have a moral duty to inform the Police so the fraudsters can be caught. We have fraudsters buying things using other people’s credit cards. Again the website knows where the items were sent and the Police should be informed so they can do a search. Other sites like E-bay are allowing people to sell stolen tools and car parts etc.
Anyone caught doing fraud should have assets seized to pay for the cost of the fraud. We had someone involved in the Grenfell enquiry putting money on a credit card and using it to go on holidays.
To join skull and bones you lay in a coffin and tell those present who you have slept with and what you did. George Bush was a member thus wide open to blackmail.
Only Israel and Rothschild’s benefit from war on terror. Mossad agents were filming towers and arrived at 8am before planes hit. They danced when planes hit towers. They said they were there to document the event. How did they know what would happen? To investigate a crime follow the money. Plane that hit pentagon killed those investigating missing dollars.
Scandal of the ‘child slave’ drug runners: More than 100 children as young as 12 and ‘as disposable as Bic pens’ are arrested after being lured by gangs selling heroin and crack cocaine
The ‘county line’ gang problem was highlighted recently by a huge investigation
Youngsters are known to their masters as ‘Bics’ because they are disposable
There were 126 children arrested in Norfolk from December 2016 to June 2018
Hundreds of children are being enslaved by drugs gangs, the Daily Mail reveals today.
Criminals recruit them from children’s homes and outside city schools to flood suburban and rural areas with heroin and crack cocaine.
The youngsters are known to their masters as ‘Bics’ because they are seen as disposable as the pens.
‘It’s essentially modern slavery,’ said one senior detective.
The ‘county line’ gang problem has been highlighted by a major investigation that led to 714 arrests in Norfolk. Officers detained 126 children, some as young as 12.
A major investigation recently highlighted the scale of the problem as 714 arrests were carried out across Norfolk
They had been sent from as far away as Leicestershire, Teesside and London to sell drugs.
More than 1,000 county line gangs are believed to be operating in Britain – a six-fold increase in just three years. They make an estimated £1.8billion profit between them each year.
In 2015, only seven police forces reported an issue with county lines, but now the problem extends to all 43 forces, according to the National Crime Agency.
How one officer smashed gangs
An undercover detective single-handedly helped smash an extraordinary county lines network. The officer, known as ‘Tommo’, risked his life to dismantle scores of drugs gangs, providing intelligence leading to 72 prosecutions.
Posing as a drug user, he spent six months infiltrating groups in Norwich going by names like Spade, Rico, Ninja and Pusha. One dealer was so taken in he even warned Tommo: ‘Watch out, there’s Old Bill everywhere.’ Thanks to his astonishing efforts, police were able to take out entire gangs from the lowest level street dealer to those higher up the chain.
Among those he helped to capture were addicts whose homes had been ‘cuckooed’ – taken over by gangs. Some dealers were peddling heroin and cocaine for as little as £11 at locations including school gates.
The name comes from the mobile phone lines city-based gang leaders use to communicate with their young pushers in the shires. Our investigation can reveal:
A six-month undercover operation by a single police officer resulted in 72 prosecutions of county lines gang members;
The youngest to be prosecuted was just 14;
Officers have gone to every school in Norfolk to warn pupils of the dangers of joining drug gangs.
Prosecutors said tackling county lines gangs was like cutting off the head of the Hydra because new dealers replace those who are arrested;
Prosecution of children for drugs offences varies across the country as forces take different approaches, with some being treated as victims and others as gang members.
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show that Norfolk, Devon and Dorset saw the biggest rise in arrests of minors for drug dealing in the UK.
Of the 126 children arrested in Norfolk between December 2016 and June this year, two-thirds were found to have come from outside the county, with 55 coming from London and another 26 from Essex, Hertfordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Middlesex, Leicestershire and Teesside.
Most of the children were treated as victims of exploitation and referred back to children’s services in their home county for help or reunited with parents or foster carers they had run away from.
But 49 teenagers judged to be seriously involved in county lines were charged with drug offences and one with attempted murder.
Jihadis hijacked jail bible classes: Prison chaplain tells ho
w he was terrorised by Muslim extremist inmates ‘who backed ISIS and yelled support for the killers of Lee Rigby’
Pastor Paul Song today describes how he was left in a state of near- constant fear after Muslim gangs, acting with impunity, came to dominate Brixton Prison
Mr Song, who was born in South Korea, says he was racially abused and attacked
Extremists interrupted his prison chapel and began praising Lee Rigby’s killers
Islamic militants hijacked a prison chaplain’s Bible classes and physically assaulted and abused him because of his Christian faith.
Pastor Paul Song today describes how he was left in a state of near- constant fear after Muslim gangs, acting with impunity, came to dominate Brixton Prison in South London. He tells The Mail on Sunday of one chilling incident when a small group stormed his gathering in the prison chapel and began loudly praising the jihadis who hacked soldier Lee Rigby to death in the street.
‘It was obscene,’ he said.
Mr Song describes how a hardline element grew increasingly powerful, threatening vulnerable inmates and telling them to convert to Islam for their own protection. The pastor says many of his fellow volunteer chaplains were driven out through intimidation, too.
‘My colleagues couldn’t take any more,’ he said.
‘My classes were often disrupted. At times inmates openly spoke in the chapel in support of Islamic State and suicide bombers. And there was nothing I could do about it… They spoke with such hatred of Britain that it was frightening.’
On another occasion, Mr Song, who was born in South Korea, says he was racially abused, jeered and hit on the back.
In one chilling incident, extremists stormed his gathering in the prison chapel and began loudly praising the jihadis (Michael Adebolajo, left and Michael Adebowale, right) and who hacked soldier Lee Rigby to death in the street
Gangs in the prison praised the killers of Lee Rigby (pictured)
In the past nine months, four jails have been described as ‘failing’. And on Friday thousands of prison officers walked out for six hours in protest at ‘unprecedented’ levels of violence. Justice Secretary David Gauke conceded: ‘The level of violence is unacceptably high, and we’re determined to bring it down.’
Mr Song’s time in Brixton came to an abrupt end in August last year when he was suddenly barred from the prison to which he had given 19 years unstinting service. It was claimed he called an inmate a ‘terrorist’ and behaved threateningly towards the imam, which he vehemently denied.
Now, 12 months on and after initially being denied a fair hearing, he has been cleared and reinstated.
TREASON SHOULD CARRY DEATH SENTACE – MUSLIM EXTREMIST MADE TO WORK ON PIG FARMS CLANING UP PIG MUCK.
Mr Song’s time in Brixton came to an abrupt end in August last year when he was suddenly barred from the prison to which he had given 19 years unstinting service
Andrea Williams of the Christian Legal Centre, which took up Mr Song’s case, said calling him an extremist ‘defied belief’.
She added: ‘It is wonderful to see justice done.’
Mr Song began to feel the pressure soon after imam Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed was appointed as head chaplain in 2015.
He said ‘the imam’s discriminatory agenda became clear from the outset’, when he began scrutinising the material used in the Bible classes, claiming it was ‘too radical’ and that the Christian views expressed were ‘extreme’.
Mr Song began to feel the pressure soon after imam Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed (pictured) was appointed as head chaplain in 2015
‘They are mainstream courses used by churches throughout the world. [The imam] said he wanted to ‘change the Christian domination’ within the prison,’ Mr Song said.
He agreed to stop running his classes, though he continued to work with individual prisoners.
‘The imam said I couldn’t use the chapel, so I held a prayer meeting in a cell but the imam got to hear about it and was furious. He is very big, physically intimidating and he kept urging me to just leave. I thought about it but I also thought, why should I give in?’
The day jihadis hijacked my jail Bible class yelling support for Lee Rigby’s killers: A chilling account of how Muslim gangs took over a Brixton prison – by a Christian chaplain who’s just won his job back after HE was called an extremist and sacked
Part-time prison chaplain Paul Song says Islamic extremists hijacked his classes
Three inmates appeared in the chapel to loudly acclaim the killers of Lee Rigby
Muslim gangs dominated his jail intimidating prisoners into converting to Islam
For part-time chaplain Paul Song, Brixton Prison’s oak-beamed 19th Century chapel was an oasis amid the hectic clamour of penal life.
But that was before Islamic extremists hijacked his Bible classes. One afternoon three inmates appeared in the chapel, interrupting a discussion on divine grace to loudly acclaim the killers of Lee Rigby, whose murder by jihadis on a South London street shocked the nation.
Prison imam’s bizarre attack on Barbies: Brixton jail’s Muslim preacher said ‘pornographic dolls’ were sign of Judgement Day
The Brixton prison imam who Paul Song believes was instrumental in forcing him out of the jail once launched a bizarre attack on Barbie dolls.
Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed said in 2011: ‘Barbie dolls belong to the top shelf. What is the point of a four-year-old girl having a doll that is dressed going to a nightclub? What is the point of a doll that has voluptuous assets? It’s a sign of the Day of Judgment.’
For eight years, he was a part-time chaplain at Woodhill high-security prison in Milton Keynes, while also general secretary of the Islamic Party of Britain. The party allegedly advocated the death penalty for public displays of homosexuality and wanted to transform Britain into an Islamic state.
In 2014, it was reported that Ahmed, who also uses the name Shaykh Yusuf Az-Zahaby belonged to the Islamist organisation Al-Hikma Media where some preachers have advocated killing women who engage in premarital sex.
To the disbelief of Mr Song and his fellow Christians, the interlopers insisted that hacking to death the 25-year-old soldier was justified since, in their eyes, it avenged the killing of Muslims by British troops.
When Mr Song calmly tried to argue back, he was shouted down. Nor was it the only time his classes were to be similarly disrupted.
‘To do this in a place of worship was obscene,’ he says. ‘Some openly spoke in the chapel in support of Islamic State.’
Today, Mr Song tells The Mail on Sunday in chilling detail how extremist Muslim gangs came to dominate his jail: intimidating prisoners into converting to Islam and physically assaulting him over his Christian faith.
And he describes how he was summarily dismissed from the jail over claims – which he strenuously denies – that he called one inmate a ‘terrorist’. He was also falsely accused of espousing ‘radical’ Christianity.
He believes the complaint was orchestrated by imam Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed, who was appointed as the prison head chaplain in 2015 and soon set about upending the multi-faith religious support offered to inmates.
Initially, Mr Song was denied a proper hearing but this newspaper can reveal that an external investigation eventually cleared him a year later and he has been reinstated.
He claims his dismissal after 19 years’ service followed a power shift in the South London prison, where a hardline Muslim contingent, feared by officers and inmates alike, were acting with impunity.
Mr Song believes the days were numbered for him and other Christian volunteers after Mr Ahmed was appointed. Mr Song taught mainstream evangelical courses which proved popular with inmates, but the new imam banned them, saying the material was too ‘extreme’.
Describing a climate of fear inside HMP Brixton, Mr Song, who moved to Britain from South Korea 26 years ago, also claimed:
Inmates were forced – in some cases through violence – to convert to Islam for ‘protection’
Muslim inmates jeered, pushed and abused him, calling him ‘Chinky’ and ‘Crazy Christian’
He feared for his safety and always tried to ensure he was in view of a CCTV camera
That the imam vowed to change what he called the ‘Christian domination’ inside prison
He was forced to hold prayer meetings in a cell because the imam stopped him using the prison chapel
Mr Song said: ‘I was very upset by what these men said about Lee Rigby that day. They were making a commotion, saying the murder was justified. I tried to calmly reason with them but was shouted down.
‘My courses were often disrupted in this way. Two or three would often come to my classes and rant about different things like how the actions of suicide bombers were justified. There was nothing I could do.’
Yet in a grotesque irony, it was the chaplain, not the extremists, who ended up being punished.
Of all the elements of his astonishing story, it is perhaps the apparent willingness of the prison authorities to readily accept the allegations and dismiss Mr Song without first seeking his version of events, that is the most troubling.
He believes the most cursory examination of the ‘evidence’ would have found the claims baseless and says he was denied a face-to-face meeting to defend himself. Although common sense eventually prevailed, it is a wonder he now wants to return.
HMP Brixton, where Mr Song described a culture of fear
‘Some of the inmates spoke with such hatred about Britain, the Government, the military. It was frightening,’ Mr Song said.
That he became inured to the outbursts is a measure of just how ‘crazy the situation became inside Brixton’. He said: ‘Gradually, many of the Christian volunteer chaplains were intimidated into leaving until I was one of only a few remaining.’
Before emigrating to Britain, Mr Song, now 49, was a detective in the South Korean capital Seoul. He became a born-again Christian with a ‘burning desire’ to help those on society’s margins, such as the homeless, drug addicts, and prostitutes, and for many years he ran a shelter in a Brixton vicarage.
Pastor Paul, as he was known, became a popular, familiar and respected local figure. Outgoing and brimming with enthusiasm, he made friends easily. He is an evangelist but, as he pointed out, so too was Jesus. ‘It doesn’t make me an extremist,’ he laughed. The 43,000 people who signed a petition demanding his reinstatement after his dismissal would agree.
After the Church of England sold off the vicarage-turned-hostel he used to run, he decided to devote more time to voluntary work in Brixton Prison.
A Prison Service spokesman said: ‘There is absolutely no evidence to support claims relating to extremist behaviour at HMP Brixton’ (pictured)
Relating to inmates, some of them highly dangerous, came naturally. ‘I think my time in the police helped,’ he said. His popularity spread and his courses were oversubscribed, attended by up to 80 prisoners.
They met in the large multi-faith chapel, built in the 1850s when embracing Christianity was deemed essential to rehabilitation. ‘I was happy that everyone used the chapel and I always got on with people from all religions,’ Mr Song recalled. ‘In the early days there was never any trouble.’
He turned many inmates’ lives around. ‘There was one, very dangerous, who sliced open a man from top to bottom and was fond of saying he was going to finish him off when he got out. I helped him find God. He became a new man.’
There were three full-time chaplains – one Catholic, one Muslim and one Anglican, the Reverend Phil Chadder, who led the chaplaincy. But in 2015, Mr Chadder moved on, creating a power vacuum that would later have significant repercussions for Mr Song.
Mr Song says extremist Muslim gangs came to dominate his jail: intimidating prisoners into converting to Islam and physically assaulting him over his Christian faith
He described the intimidating situation inside the prison at the time: ‘Prisoners told me of other inmates who were punched, roughed up, and threatened by Muslim gangsters who told them to convert to Islam for their own protection. They also said that if they refused they would make sure they didn’t receive the good quality food, the halal meat, for instance, that was served every Friday.
‘They also tried to convert me. They’d scream in my face, Arabic things such as ‘Allahu Akbar’ – Allah is greatest. They’d also criticise Christianity, comparing it unfavourably to Islam.
‘One day I was walking through a section of a wing housing many of the Muslim prisoners when one of them came at me from behind and hit me hard on the back. They were all laughing calling me a ‘Chinky’ and ‘Crazy Christian’. It was very frightening and, from then on, I was very conscious of walking only where I knew there was CCTV.’
Following imam Mohammed Yusuf Ahmed’s appointment, Mr Song’s role became more precarious still. Court documents state Mr Song was running the Alpha courses, popular in churches across the country, until 2013. He subsequently created his own course, approved by Mr Chadder. But then ‘the imam’s discriminatory agenda became clear from the outset,’ Mr Song said. ‘He began scrutinising the material for each of our courses, saying it was ‘too radical’ and that the Christian views expressed were ‘extreme’.
Before emigrating to Britain, Mr Song, now 49, was a detective in the South Korean capital Seoul
‘He paid scant regard to the fact that the courses are mainstream Christian, used by churches throughout the world. He said he wanted to ‘change the Christian domination’ within the prison.’
Reluctantly, Mr Song agreed to stop running his classes though he continued to work with individual prisoners. ‘The imam said I couldn’t use the chapel and effectively took control of it so I held a prayer meeting in a large holding cell but the imam got to hear about it and was furious. He is very big, physically intimidating and he kept urging me to just leave. I thought about it but I also thought, why should I give in?’
Following a visit to the jail in January 2017, prisons inspector Peter Clarke found high levels of violence and reported that ‘a third of prisoners felt unsafe’. It was also noted that the jail had been without a full-time Anglican chaplain for 18 months. Mr Clarke said one should be recruited ‘without delay’.
In August 2017 the imam sent an email to Mr Song warning him not to visit the prison without prior permission or ‘you will be walked to the gate’. Mr Song thought there had been a misunderstanding. After all, he had long been so trusted he had his own key.
Seeking answers, he went to see the imam. He was told he was no longer welcome and could not appeal the decision.
He then received a letter from Graham Horlock, the prison official in charge of reducing offending, saying he had received allegations that he had called a prisoner a ‘terrorist’, made references to IS and had threatened the imam. All this Mr Song vehemently denies.
The letter went on to say that the decision to remove him was ‘permanent and with immediate effect’ – with the ban coming before he had the chance to defend himself.
Mr Song said the imam ‘did not elaborate on which of my views he considered extreme, though I had only ever spoken the Bible’s message on forgiveness and grace.
‘His comments were deeply hurtful, and paid no regard to my unblemished record throughout my two decades of service.’
He said he was aware of other Christian groups that went into Brixton and had their courses stopped and this led to Christian volunteers largely being shut out.
Many inmates made witness statements in support of Mr Song. One, Nigel Williams, praised Mr Song’s work, saying: ‘Hundreds of ex-prisoners have the highest respect and admiration for Paul and would say that his actions changed their lives for the better. The prisoners are devastated by his removal.’
He added that while there was a ‘lot of support for Muslims’ little was being done for Christians, adding that violent Islamist gangs ‘are trying to spread their religion by force’ and radicalise inmates.
Another former prisoner, Jeremy Conlon, said in a witness statement: ‘The Muslim prisoners created by far the largest gang that ruled the prison by threat of violence. The Muslims offered converts protection. With a shortage of guards this protection became invaluable.’
Those who didn’t convert, said Mr Conlon, lived in fear. He said it was impossible to ‘speak out about the oppression without facing a genuine risk of being attacked.’
In despair over his situation, Mr Song turned to the Christian Legal Centre, which sought a judicial review of his ban. In May this year, Mr Song agreed to stay the proceedings after an independent investigation was promised.
Led by Sara Pennington, governor of Elmley prison, it said Mr Song should be reinstated, after training for dealing with a ‘multi-faith community’. She said HMP Brixton’s initial investigation was ‘limited’ and did not follow due process.
Meanwhile the imam has been suspended over a matter unrelated to Mr Song’s case and the prison is now advertising for a new head chaplain. The imam could not be reached for comment.
Andrea William of the Christian Legal Centre, said: ‘It is wonderful to see justice done.’
A Prison Service spokesman said: ‘There is absolutely no evidence to support claims relating to extremist behaviour at HMP Brixton.’
Mr Song is now planning to restart his courses. ‘This has been a very difficult time,’ he said. ‘Not for a moment did I think that something like this could happen in England.’
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Prison chaplain tells how he was terrorised by extremist inmates who ‘backed ISIS’
Published: 22:01, 14 September 2018 | Updated: 01:44, 15 September 2018
Sarah, a white English girl, was raped by her new husband within minutes of marriage and forced to wear a hijab to hide the bruising where she had been beaten
Sarah’s haunted face stares out under a red Islamic head-dress in her wedding photo. Beside her, guests eat cake while celebrating the marriage, conducted by the local mosque’s imam at a terraced house in the Home Counties.
Yet Sarah is not a willing bride. She is being made to marry a member of the gang that effectively forced her into sex slavery after abducting her in a Tesco car park in the English suburbs one autumn afternoon. Her captivity lasted for 12 long years.
Within minutes of her wedding picture being taken, the white English girl was pushed upstairs into a bedroom and raped by her new husband, a man she had set eyes on for the first time only half an hour earlier.
It was just one of the unimaginable torments Sarah endured after she was kidnapped as a shy 15-year-old. She had never had a boyfriend. She was studying at college, hoping to train as a midwife.
Sarah’s story is described by House of Lords crossbencher Baroness Caroline Cox, who has taken up her case, as the most serious example of sex grooming yet to emerge in this country.
‘I know Sarah and her family,’ explains Baroness Cox. ‘Every sex grooming case is terrible. But the length and cruelty of her abduction make it the worst I have known.’
Sarah’s abuse went on while her distraught family’s pleas for help were, they insist, ignored by a police force that refused even to list her as missing.
Her family were forced to keep up the search for her on their own after she failed to return from Tesco.
‘The police kept saying leave it a few days, she’ll come back,’ says her mother Janet today. ‘But she never did.’
Sarah was snatched five years before the scandal of sexual abuse of young white girls by street grooming gangs was first revealed in 2010, after investigations by the Daily Mail and later by the Government.
The all-pervading culture of political correctness at the time of her abduction meant the gangs, often of Pakistani-British heritage, were ignored by police forces that were terrified of being called racist if they pursued them.
This is the appalling background against which Sarah’s abduction took place, as her parents battled desperately to find her.
The kidnap gang were ruthless and bent on making Sarah utterly dependent on them. They hid her in various houses and cut off her contact with the outside world by refusing her a mobile phone or computer. She was raped, beaten and made to swallow strong sedatives every day to make her docile.
During her ordeal she had eight abortions, five of them overseen by the same doctor at an NHS hospital and others in illegal backstreet clinics.
She was made to learn the Koran in Arabic and allowed to speak only in the Pakistani languages of Urdu and Punjabi.
Why did no one do anything?
The unfathomable failure to act in cases such as Sarah’s was once commonplace — as a Whitehall-commissioned independent review published in July spells out. The review investigated the police’s and the Home Office’s lamentable reaction to sex grooming in the late 1990s and well into the 2000s.
It told of a teenager called H, who was one of 1,500 girls abused by sex groomers in Rotherham, South Yorkshire. H’s mother told the police her child was in the clutches of a gang, only to be instructed to ‘go and get your daughter yourself if you know where she is. It is not the role of the police to run around after 14-year-olds’.
Time and again, while reporting on grooming gangs and their victims for more than a decade, I have encountered the same thing: parents regarded by police as hysterical time wasters, while their daughters were dismissed as ‘silly girls’ who had ‘asked for it’.
Incredible as it seems, some brave mothers who went to gangs’ houses to try to rescue their children were even threatened by police with harassment offences, according to this review.
The fact is, the widespread culture of political correctness meant the authorities were deeply afraid of being accused of racism if they went after Asian sex-grooming gangs. Their reluctance to act led to the nationwide scandal of grooming being kept from the general public.
Many of the cases recently brought to court — cases that finally resulted in convictions of gang members — have involved girls who were abused up to two decades ago, and whose families’ cries for help were conveniently ignored for years.
When we asked the police force involved in Sarah’s case why they took so long to act, they replied: ‘Our understanding of and approach to issues such as child sexual exploitation and modern slavery has evolved and improved over the past decade, as is the case with police forces up and down the country.
‘We have had major success stories in recent years in these areas, securing lengthy prison sentences for those perpetrating such crimes and establishing specialist support services to help victims.
‘Officers are far more aware of issues around vulnerability, while we also have specialist, dedicated resources to deal with such cases, including historic ones.
‘Victims of these crimes should have every confidence in our force’s ability to tackle criminal exploitation and bring those responsible to justice.’
Forced to wear Islamic robes with a head-covering hijab, she had to cook, clean and iron for hours every day.
It was only last year that Sarah, at the age of 26, finally escaped the gang’s clutches. ‘Ever since I was a young teenager, I have known nothing other than life under the gang’s control,’ Sarah told me this week, in her first harrowing interview from the secret house where police and social services placed her last year to hide her from her tormentors.
In her years of captivity, she says, she fell victim to Stockholm syndrome, where a prisoner forms an emotional attachment to a captor, believing they must co-operate in order to survive. She became particularly attached to the gang leader, whom we will call Jerry.
She explains: ‘I began to think that Jerry loved me because he kept telling me so. He said my parents didn’t care for me because English families don’t look after their girls like Pakistani Muslim ones.
‘I soon felt I couldn’t breathe without him. My mind was being twisted. I was dependent on him for food, for clothing, for a roof over my head. He said my family would be killed if I tried to tell them where I was or what was happening to me.’
Sarah’s horrific story began in the autumn of 2005. She is the youngest of four children, her father is a builder and her mother a housewife. For legal reasons and her own safety, we cannot use her real name or identify where she was kidnapped, held, or where she lives now.
After college one afternoon she walked to a Tesco food store a few minutes from her house. Her mobile phone rang and she answered. A man’s voice said in a Northern accent that he was watching her and had something for her. Would she go over to a black car in the store’s car park?
Sarah, to her eternal regret, went naively to the passenger door.
‘A man in his mid-30s opened it and in the same Northern accent told me to get in. So I sat in the front seat to hear what he wanted to give me. He instantly drove me away,’ she says.
She thinks Jerry found her number after spotting her a few days earlier when she took a minicab with her brother to get a takeaway burger. She had noticed a dark-haired man in a black car staring at her as they got in the minicab with their meal.
Crucially, to book the ride, Sarah had given her number to the minicab firm where friends of Jerry’s worked. The gang leader, she assumes, then got hold of it.
In the car with Jerry speeding off, she began to panic. He put his hand on hers and said he would look after her. Sarah was trembling and told him her family would be frantic. It was to no avail.
After half an hour they reached a house next to an industrial estate, where he asked for her mobile phone, taking out the sim card and snapping it in two.
‘He took me inside and I saw a lot of Pakistani men in an open-plan room. Jerry led me past them up the stairs to a tiny boxroom with a bed and the curtains taped up,’ she says. ‘Then he left, closing the door.’
For the first 24 hours she was alone apart from a few visits from Jerry, who brought her bottled water and some curry, which she ate with her fingers.
‘I could hear voices in the open-plan room below me. I now know these men were all friends and relations of Jerry and part of his gang that dealt in drugs.’
It was on the second night that Jerry first raped her.
‘I was pulling back from him and I was scared,’ she remembers. ‘I felt angry, dirty and disgusted after he had finished.’
In previous grooming cases Police have seen young girls aged just 9 go into properties owned by grooming gangs they were drunk or drugged yet Police say they go in of theri own free will. it is illegal to drink at that age so girls should have been arrested.
Police ignore underage sex it is agaisnt the law. The job of Police is one of morality to uphold the law. Too many top police are freemasons and involved in party’s with young children.
press keep on sayign asians an isult to chinese and indians – the religion of the groomers is never mentioned. How many more young girls to be raped over 5000 now and counting.
Sarah was an unwilling bride to two husbands who raped her at separate times in her life
As Jerry assaulted Sarah, he told her he had saved her from the gutter where white girls with low morals like her belonged. It was the same mantra that sex gangs tell all the girls they target, as numerous court hearings up and down Britain have revealed.
After seven days in the small upstairs room, she heard a commotion at the front door. She recognised the voice of her brother, who had been searching for her.
It later transpired that he had tracked her after going back to the minicab firm, where staff pointed him towards Jerry’s house in a network of streets largely inhabited by Pakistanis.
The brother banged on the door and when it opened, he went in shouting: ‘Have you got my sister?’
In the chaos that followed, Sarah’s brother was thrown out by Jerry, who refused to let him upstairs, saying it was private.
Such was the fear of the gang locally, says Sarah, that neighbours didn’t try to help her brother — and she was too frightened to cry out because the gang had said they would harm her family if she told them where she was.
‘I didn’t dare shout because I didn’t want my brother to get hurt,’ she admits now.
A recent Sky TV investigation revealed how sex grooming victims were silenced in this way in one British town — Telford, Shropshire — where gangs have been convicted of systematically abusing girls and threatening to harm their families if they sound the alarm.
The programme interviewed one girl who was raped with a gun to her head by a gang member. The victim — who told Sky she had been raped by 100 different men — told the programme: ‘They said they would blow my house up and kill my mum and dad if I told anyone, even rape my mum, too.’
After her brother’s visit, Sarah’s parents told the police about the house where they suspected Sarah was being held captive. But nothing happened.
In any case, Sarah’s abductors were one step ahead. ‘The day after my brother came, Jerry said we were moving out,’ she remembers. ‘The police hadn’t come to find me and I was taken to another house.’
There, Sarah was given Islamic robes and a hijab to wear. She was again left in a bare room upstairs. The Western clothes, jeans and a T-shirt, that she had worn to go to Tesco were taken away.
For three hours each morning she had to cook curries, clean and iron for the gang. If she didn’t, she was beaten.
She was allowed out of the house occasionally with two of Jerry’s sons to go to the local supermarket. ‘I had to wear the hijab, partly because the gang ordered me to and partly to hide the bruising to my face and head where I had been beaten.’
Meanwhile, Sarah’s mother Janet was continuing her frantic search. ‘Her dad and I had been looking for her for two months by this time,’ she tells me.
‘We had put up missing posters, never stopping. Finally, a friend said he thought he’d seen her in a Pakistani area. We went there every day, showing her photo to people in shops and on the streets.’
After college one afternoon she walked to a Tesco food store a few minutes from her house where she was abducted (stock)
During this relentless hunt, there was an agonising near miss. Jerry’s sons and Sarah were in the supermarket when she saw her mother, who was looking for her in the area.
Instinctively, Sarah ran over and hugged her mother. ‘Mum asked me who the young boys were,’ recalls Sarah. ‘I said they were the sons of the man who had taken me away months before.’
But the startled boys quickly hustled Sarah away from her mother, who kept shouting to her: ‘Are you in trouble?’
Janet continues: ‘When I saw her in the supermarket I couldn’t believe it. She was in Islamic dress. I saw from her eyes she was terrified. She begged me not to say anything. She was panicking and obviously scared of the gang we now know was holding her.
‘She was scurried off by the boys. But my husband and I followed them at a distance and carefully watched the direction they went.’
Seconds later a black vehicle with Sarah inside and an Asian man at the wheel screeched past them as they stood in the street.
‘We saw a flash of blonde hair under a scarf but that was all. We had lost her. We were heartbroken,’ says Janet. She reported what had happened to the police, only to be brushed aside again.
What had happened was that Jerry’s sons had taken Sarah back to the house and told Jerry her mother was near by.
‘He was furious. He ordered me to get into his car,’ recalls Sarah. ‘He smashed my head against the dashboard and windows, which became splattered with my blood.’ Then he drove her quickly to yet another house, in a different town.
In her new home, she was prevented from going out.
One day, out of the blue, Jerry told her he had married her. ‘I hadn’t been to any ceremony but he showed me the Islamic wedding certificate signed by an imam at the local mosque,’ she says. ‘I now think this marriage was to make the police believe I was a willing wife if they ever found me.’
Bewildered — she was being given 20mg of Valium each morning to stupefy her— Sarah continued her life of hell, regularly being abused and raped.
Inevitably, she fell pregnant. ‘After one termination I was fitted with a coil, but Jerry made me go back to the hospital with him and have it removed because he said he could ‘feel it’ when he raped me,’ she says.
‘I wasn’t allowed to speak to doctors at medical appointments. I had to walk 5ft behind him, keep my head down and wear a hijab. He said I was his girlfriend.’
As if this were not horrific enough, the first abortion didn’t work. The five-month-old foetus survived the drugs given to Sarah on a Sunday afternoon in a side room at an NHS hospital.
‘I was in labour for nearly 24 hours,’ she says, with tears welling. ‘I was begging for help. One nurse ran from the room and said she couldn’t take it any more.’
On the Monday morning, she was taken for a scan and the baby was still alive.
‘I was rushed to the operating theatre, where they surgically carried out the abortion,’ she says. ‘I don’t know if I was carrying a boy or a girl and I hope one day the NHS will tell me, as I cannot forget that child.’
How could all this happen to an underage girl in the modern NHS? Perhaps because Jerry was so intimidating or because the gang network had its tentacles everywhere.
Whatever the case, the rapes and abortions continued.
One day, Jerry announced their marriage was over. Under Islamic rules, he told Sarah three times that they were divorced.
Then she was suddenly married off to another man. On her ‘wedding day’ in 2012, nearly seven years after the kidnap, she was lying in her room when two women came in carrying a clear plastic bag.
They took out the red dress and told her to put it on. They tied back her hair, put make-up on her and said she was about to marry.
Sarah was pushed downstairs to the ceremony and clapping guests. It was over in minutes and she was ordered back upstairs — with her new husband. ‘The women had put petals on my bed in the Muslim tradition,’ she says.
‘The strange man began putting his hands all over me. I was so weak I couldn’t fight him. He raped me as the wedding party was still going on downstairs.’
This shocking episode was the beginning of the end.
Time and again she had tried to run away down the street, only to be grabbed by Jerry and brought back for a beating. But now she managed to escape.
‘When Jerry was asleep upstairs one morning, I found his mobile phone and called for a taxi. I took £20 to pay for it from the pocket of his jeans. When the taxi arrived I was in Islamic clothes. I raced out through the back gate and told the driver, a white man who kept asking if I was all right because I was so pale, to take me to where my brother lived.’
She had grabbed the certificate of marriage to Jerry and the red dress. ‘They were the only possessions I had,’ she explains.
Sarah thought she was free. But Jerry’s gang did not give up.
After Sarah left her brother’s house a month later, she moved to a flat in a different part of Britain, away from her family, so they could not be threatened by the gang for protecting her.
Yet the gang leader found her through his extensive network of contacts. The coercion, the beatings, the rapes continued.
Finally, after an especially savage beating, a neighbour called the police to report a domestic violence incident. Sarah was taken to hospital and there started to tell police she was a prisoner, sparking inquiries into her kidnap which continue today, more than three years later.
The gang’s response was to offer her £30,000 ‘hush money’ — and when she refused it, they broke into her flat and beat her again.
‘That was the point where I knew this had to end,’ she says. ‘I began to tell the police everything and begged them to protect me.’
The gang still tried to silence her. Sickeningly, she says, at one stage a Muslim officer turned off the tape recorder during an interview with her and told her to drop allegations against one of her attackers ‘because of lack of evidence’.
She was so frightened, she did so. ‘The police officer came from the same community as the gang and has since been imprisoned for child sex crimes himself,’ she says now.
And today? Sarah’s case is in limbo as police try to gather sufficient evidence for the Crown Prosecution Service to bring charges against the gang. Baroness Cox has put Sarah in touch with lawyers from the Christian Legal Centre, and she is getting advice from the organisation Mothers Against Radical Islam and Sharia.
Yet unbelievably, Sarah says she has still not totally escaped the gang.
Last week, she tells me, she received a call from Jerry. He had discovered her number but, thankfully, not her secret address.
‘Hello white trash,’ said the gang leader menacingly, before cutting off the call.
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Sarah was repeatedly raped, twice forced into marriage and had EIGHT abortions
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