The issue of child pornography and trafficking is often reported, but seldom investigated. Below is a excerpt from the article found on breitbart.com. I’ve reported the specific names of who our children reported filmed and abused them (that I knew), but nothing was done. Nothing.
“The authorities have been observed as proving reluctant to tackle the problem for fear of being accused of racism, with endemic sexual grooming in Rotherham being effectively covered up until a whistleblower came forward.
This culture of impunity still persists to some extent: in October 2016, one grooming victim told Breitbart London that, when she went to the police, they refused to act. “I’ve gave [the police] about eighty names”, she said. “At first I tried to give the names anonymously but was told that I’d have to give an official statement.”
She eventually did so, but a discovered that the case had been quietly dropped a year later. “None of the men were ever arrested. I don’t think they even knew there was a case.”
The accused in the Huddersfield case, who are presently in court, are predominantly residents of that city, as well as Bradford, Dewsbury, Dudley, Manchester, and Sheffield.”