November 28, 2014
Thirteen Somali men were convicted. Some were sentenced from 18 months to 13 years, some have not yet been sentenced. More expense for the British taxpayer who is punished for having “welcomed” the ‘least of these among us.’ And, tragic, of course, for the girls.
While you were having your Thanksgiving dinner yesterday, the Bristol Crown Court was revealing to the British public the extent of the crimes perpetrated by a sex slavery ring run by Somali refugees in Bristol.
By the way, my alerts are filled this morning with stories about how awful it is that the UK has not thrown open its gates to Syrian (mostly Muslim) migrants. I am not sure weak-kneed politicians are going to be able to hold out against the onslaught of negative publicity being rained on them by the ‘humanitarian industrial complex.’ And, if you want to argue that Somalis and Syrians are two different issues, well, go for it, but I’m sure the general public in the UK doesn’t see much difference.
From Sky News:
Thirteen men have been convicted of running a sex ring that saw teenage girls abused, raped and prostituted.
Victims were sexually abused and passed around the men’s friends for money in Bristol.
The court heard several of the girls were groomed to the extent they believed abuse was part of loving relationships they were having with the defendants.
The gang, all of whom are of Somali origin, faced more than 40 charges involving 10 victims aged between 13 and 17, mostly over offences that happened from autumn 2012.
Seven men were convicted at Bristol Crown Court on Wednesday and six following a separate trial in May, but details of the cases can only be revealed now after reporting restrictions were lifted by a judge.
Some of the girls were persuaded to have sex with their ‘boyfriend’s’ friends after being told it was Somali “culture and tradition” and “men always have sex with each other’s girlfriends”. [Remember that the girls are infidels to these Somali rapists.—ed]
There is a lot more (click here).
See also the Daily Mail coverage, here.