Ten men arrested in Manchester/Salford for child sex trafficking- what we aren’t seeing on the media.

It was all over the news about the arrests, ten men arrested for plying underage girls with free food, drink, and then drugs so they and their mates could pimp them around. The men have been charged and now bailed but… No names in the media. Not one. Which is very unusual. And the reason is…  they are (yet again) Muslims (hence no published names, it would be sodding obvious since half of them would be called Mohammed). The mass silence over this in the media smacks of an enforced cover-up. However the Sun (which is barely more than a comic but at least has balls) decided to unsubtly mention the problem of Muslim men using non Muslim girls in the UK like meat in the same article, so people could figure it out. See below.

TEN men were arrested on suspicion of running a child sex trafficking ring after a series of dramatic dawn raids.

The suspects – aged 18 to 28 – are accused of exploiting teenage girls for sex parties.

It is believed the youngsters – as young as 14 – were given booze and drugs. Some 39 girls are currently involved in the investigation but cops are concentrating on a core group of six.

Vulnerable

Half of all the girls were living in care and their ordeals first came to light after victims confided in their carers.

The arrests across Manchester and Salford followed a three-month investigation by more than 100 police.

The swoop this morning came after two men were jailed for a total of 19 years in January for targeting underage girls.

Abid Saddique, 27, and Mohammed Liaqat, 28, toured Derby looking for vulnerable young girls.

At the time, former Home Secretary Jack Straw sparked a fierce political row when he said some Pakistani men in Britain see white girls as “easy meat”.

And last year a private schoolgirl from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, was rescued after a gang of Asian men forced her to act as a sex slave.

While the Sun doesn’t overtly say the men were Pakistani/ Muslim, some enterprising writer has tried to get around whatever restrictions have been put upon them (they did the same thing when a rape victim refused to publicly identify her attacker: they posted a picture of him interviewing her as a clue). Which makes me wonder, has someone slapped a court order or injunction on this? If so, and I suspect it is from the tone of the Sun item which is very cagey, why? It’s hardly news that Muslim men in the UK and all over Europe behave like this. People have a right to know.
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