The BBC has reported hat seven members of a sex grooming ring have been convicted of abusing children from Oxford.
This follows a trial in which an Old Bailey jury heard how six girls, aged between 11 and 15, were drugged and suffered sadistic abuse.
The court also heard how young girls were plied with alcohol and drugs before being forced to perform sex acts.
The jury listened to evidence detailing how vulnerable girls were selected for abuse and then groomed by gang members.
They were also told how the girls were subjected to both physical and sexual violence which “escalated into using objects to cause pain and humiliation”.
As a result most of the victims chose to take vast quantities of hard drugs to deaden their senses, particularly when they knew they were being hired out to a large group of men for gang abuse sessions that could go on for days.
Afterwards the victims would be returned to Oxford bleeding, injured and carrying sexually-transmitted diseases.
As a consequence eight men, who had had denied charges including rape, arranging child prostitution and trafficking, were convicted.
According to BBC reports the presiding judge told the guilty men: “You have been convicted of the most serious offences and long custodial sentences are inevitable.”
However, what is really interesting and once again reflects badly on the BBC, is the fact that although BBC reports have both named and posted images of the vile wretches concerned, thereby establishing their race and probable religion (and we don’t mean Welsh baptists), every effort appears to have been made to avoid mentioning the race or probable (nominal) religion of their victims.
So why is that we wonder? What possible reason could the BBC have for concealing the ethnicity of the abused girls?
Perhaps more to the point – what does the BBC consider to be its role – news dissemination or propaganda facilitation? In this case the evidence would suggest the latter.
Surely the real, untold, story here is not the sickening abuse of young girls by a despicable group of perverts but the apparent racism exhibited in the selection of victims.
Isn’t it high time that the BBC stopped pussyfooting around and began telling the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?