Posted on May 10, 2021

Child Rape Gang Victim: UK Police Did Nothing as I Was Abused by ‘Hundreds’ of Pakistani Men

Kurt Zindulka, Breitbart, May 4, 2021

A grooming gang survivor has revealed that she was abused by hundreds of Pakistani heritage men for years, but despite reporting her abusers to the police, none have ever been arrested.

Sarah — a fake name given to protect her identity — said that she was systematically raped and abused as a child in the early 2000s after running away from care homes in Derby.

She was eventually awarded compensation by the local government after authorities acknowledged the abuse and the repeated failures of social services to protect her from being raped. But she says despite the recognition of the acts perpetrated against her as a child and the confirmation that social services had failed to protect her, the police have yet to act on the information she gave them.

Speaking to regional newspaper the Birmingham Mail, Sarah said: “I gave Derby police my Birmingham offenders’ names – but no one has ever been charged.

She said: I was groomed and abused between 1999 and 2003. And I was really horrendously groomed in Birmingham. {snip}


There were literally hundreds over time. They’d ply you with drink and weed, you were so drunk you didn’t always know what was happening.

I know of lots of Derby girls who were groomed in Birmingham, I don’t know why we don’t see high profile grooming cases in court in Birmingham like we have seen elsewhere in the country.

West Midlands Police, for their part, acknowledge the report had been made to them, but said they had been unable to prosecute the case as “officers were unable to gather enough evidence”.

In a stunning example of alleged police incompetence, Sarah claimed that West Midlands Police officers stopped a car with her and another girl as passengers alongside their Pakistani abusers, took the details of the two children, but then let the men drive away with the underage girls.


“When we later got back to my care home the staff told me the police had rung and said we’d been stopped with really dangerous men. I thought, ‘Well if they were that dangerous why did you leave us with them?’”