Major Media Finally Cover Sexual Abuse of Children in “First World”

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If you’re in the mood to read a little more on the sort of MK Ultra child sex trafficking that goes on in the US and everywhere else on the planet, here’s an example on one article linked to from Fred Burks’ site.  Fred compiles his newsletters with summaries, bolding the most important lines for easy skimming, and providing source links:  Glad to see this subject finally covered in the major media!

Abuse Cases in British City Long Ignored

August 27, 2014, New York Times…

A report released on [August 26] on accusations of widespread sexual abuse in the northern England city of Rotherham found that about 1,400 minors — some as young as 11 years old — were beaten, raped and trafficked from 1997 to 2013 as the local authorities ignored a series of red flags.  Some children were doused in gasoline and threatened with being set on fire if they reported their abusers. Others were forced to watch rapes and threatened with the same fate.  In more than a third of the cases, the victims appear to have been known to child protection agencies, but the police and local government officials failed to act.  Within hours of the report’s publication, [Roger Stone, the leader of the Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council since 2003,] resigned.  It was not until 2010 that the first case of child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, a South Yorkshire city of about 250,000 people, made it to court.  Five men received long prison sentences for grooming three teenage girls for sex.  It was one of several high-profile prosecutions over the past four years that revealed sexual exploitation in cities including Oxford, Rochdale and Derby.  Alexis Jay, the author of the report and a former chief inspector of social work, said that vulnerable girls as young as 11 and largely from disadvantaged backgrounds had been brutalized by groups of men.  “They were raped by multiple perpetrators, trafficked to other towns and cities in the north of England, abducted, beaten and intimidated,” she wrote.  The report described the failures of the political and police leadership as blatant.

Note: Further information is available in this story in the UK’s Guardian. For more on this, see concise summaries of deeply revealing sexual abuse scandals news articles from reliable major media sources.

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