A report published today, authored by child protection specialist Malcolm Newsam CBE and former senior police officer Gary Ridgway, comes following the reopening of an investigation into the death of 15-year-old Victoria Agoglia, who – after years of abuse and days after she was injected with heroin by a 50-year-old man – died in hospital of an overdose in 2003.
The inquiry was launched off the back of allegations made by former GMP detective turned whistleblower, Maggie Oliver, whose revelations about orders “from the top” to cover up the organised and systematic abuse of young girls by gangs of men of predominantly Pakistani and Bangladeshi ethnic and cultural origins, led to the drama documentary Three Girls, being made by The BBC and screened in 2017.
As a detective, Oliver investigated countless gang crimes, shootings, kidnappings, rapes, domestic murders and witness intimidation. But when she tried to raise the issue of the grooming gangs and their abuse of under – age and often vulnerable girls her bosses turned on her and she was (rather predictably,) accused of racism and hounded out of the job. She said that she felt “vindicated” by the report which highlights failings by the police, social services and the political establishment in their duty to protect the victimes of these crimes..
Commenting on suggestions that the grooming activities of gangs in migrant communities is still going on and is still being ignored in the name of “multiculturalism and diversity, Oliver said: “Girls are lost to the wind. What has been the cost of all these lives? We will never be able to put a number on how many lives have been and are being lost or ruined.
“I want the law changing so there can be retrospective accountability for people whose duty it is to protect the vulnerable. It’s knowing and deliberate dereliction of duty by those who were involved, they should be charged with gross misconduct – it’s criminal – where is the accountability?
“I was face-to-face with 15 years of misogyny – ‘stupid woman, she’s become too emotionally involved’ The authorities involved are very powerful and tried to control the dialogue.
In evidence to the investigating panel responsible for producing the report, a Detective Superintendent indulged in Orwellian evasions, emphatically denying that concerns about creating further community tensions influenced any investigative decisions in goormig gang cases, but contradicted himself by the impact on race relations of prosecuting migrant men [for sex crimes against British women,] “clearly had to be considered” by senior officers in the command group.
Further daming evidence on the police cover up is cited by the report when it quotes an unnamed GMP detective constable, involved in the arrest and jailing of one child sex offender, who was not of Asian heritage.
It quotes him as saying: “What had a massive influence on this case was the offending group were predominantly Asian males but we were told to target other ethnicities.”
Operation Augusta was set up in 2004 and uncovered the systematic exploitation of looked after children mainly in the care system in the city of Manchester and around the Rochdale area.
Interestingly one of the people involved ‘at the top’ in this cover up was the Director Of Public Prosecutions at the time, Sir Kier Starmer, from whom the order to take a soft line with the immigrant gangs allegedly came, is now a candidate for the leadership of the Labour Party and hopes to become the UK’s Prime Minister in the future. What kind of a regime do we thing such an unconscionable streak of sewer slime would run?
The grooming gang cover-up is Britain’s real racism scandal
Forget pathetic ‘Princess Pushy’ Megan Markle petulantly playing the race card when she found life in the goldfish bowl occupied by Britain’s Royal Family was not to her liking, the grooming gang cover up is Britain’s racist scandal – and it is far worse than the trivialities that get American libtards screaming about “White Privilege …”