People of no appearance arrested

Detectives investigating claims of historical child sex grooming have arrested 44 people.

Four women complained of being abused between 1995 and 2005 when they were aged between 12 and 16.

During the course of an investigation police said they had arrested dozens of people across Bradford, Leeds, Kirklees and other areas of the country.

Those arrested within the past two weeks include 36 men and three women. Five other men were arrested earlier.

44 comments on “People of no appearance arrested

  1. How come the BBC didn’t have anyone ask Boris Johnson if a relentless campaign of sexual and physical violence against the host population by a hostile minority should have consequences?

  2. This all happened over 20 years ago so I suspect we’ll hear about several other similar cases from more recent times in the coming years.

  3. ‘historical child sex grooming’

    I don’t think that one is on the books in the U.S.

  4. This all happened over 20 years ago so I suspect we’ll hear about several other similar cases from more recent times in the coming years.

    Only if you pull some of police personnel off monitoring advertising for illegal gender stereotyping.

  5. I don’t think that one is on the books in the U.S.

    Now if I’d said that I’d be accused of wog bashing.

    Good job, G.

  6. How come the BBC didn’t have anyone ask Boris Johnson if a relentless campaign of sexual and physical violence against the host population by a hostile minority should have consequences?

    Because the BBC personnel deciding what questions are to be asked have the incomes and social position allow them to take the sort of measures to ensure their children aren’t at risk.

  7. Only if you pull some of police personnel off monitoring advertising for illegal gender stereotyping.

    Landscape gardening without a licence. Applying hair extensions without a licence. Attending finger nails without a licence. Selling alcohol outside of the state alcohol shop. All naughty in some or all of the US. Still a great country. But definitely a few twats about.

  8. Not enough twats to allow large scale sex grooming gangs to operate with impunity, evidently.

  9. I think MS13 likely has a finger in that pie Dennis–tho’ prob not the kids of gun owning poor whites.

  10. So, for how long has the Mexican border been haemorrhaging?

    About as long as Britain has had sex grooming gangs of no particular ethnicity and cowardly, inept police departments that prefer to ignore them, evidently.

  11. Most of these enriching events seem to take place in what is (or was once) England’s proudest county.

    I wonder if the perps would pass the Tebbit test and support England at cricket?

  12. “Selling alcohol outside of the state alcohol shop.”

    Don’t know what that means, i.e., I never heard of a “state alcohol shop.”

    But, anywho, U.S. and England have both gone full fascist (strong, autocratic central control of a private economy).

  13. About as long as…

    Yes Dennis, it’s almost as if our countries have been afflicted with common infection.

  14. Bradford? I’m sure these are grizzled flat cap wearing honkys who when they aren’t working down t’pit/mill/factory are racing pigeons and eating tripe.

  15. Not just brown paedos. There’s an article on the BBC website from an Asian reporter originally from Huddersfield reporting on drug trafficking in that neck of the woods. Worth a read.

  16. Gamecock
    “Selling alcohol outside of the state alcohol shop.”

    Dunno whether it’s still the case, but that’s how it was in New Hamster when I lived near Boston. State alochol shops only.

    Land of The Free, eh?

  17. “Gamecock

    ‘historical child sex grooming’

    I don’t think that one is on the books in the U.S.”

    They won’t actually be charged with “historical child sex grooming” . Just a catch all name for much of what happened – and I’m sure there will be lots of other things too. Those Pak taxi drivers don’t stop at grooming.

    But, hey, look over there, it’s NiV dressed as a squirrel and pointing out that some white bloke somewhere did something wrong too, so group A and group B, burble burble.

    Anyway, I’m sure child grooming is a crime in the US and if it happened in the past that would make it historical.

  18. “rolls eyes”

    And the BBC story is accompanied by a picture of a girl with a nice arse wearing skin-tight leggings

  19. @Dennis the Peasant June 21, 2019 at 2:51 pm

    I read recently that illegals are crossing border at over 100,000 pm, with ~140,000 in May and one day when ~1,900 crossed in one day.

    Are these figures correct?

  20. O/T, but Mark Field.

    At Tory MP with gumption. What’s happening? The seat of my reason tilts on its axis.

  21. Actually, AndyC, it wouldn’t.

    Most criminal infractions in the U.S. are subject to “statute of limitations.” Murder is the most notable exception. But generally, a crime committed years ago isn’t even subject to prosecution. It is highly likely that the perps arrested above would not have been in the U.S.

  22. Land of The Free, eh?

    It’s an example of freedom at one level, because it shows the States have their own sovereignty. The Federal government isn’t controlling everything; people can choose restrictions and liberalisations locally; ideas can be tried and tested; people can move to what suits them.

    All the world is in a constant state of being subject to sudden or creeping whacky rules and shite governance. It’s right to ridicule the UK for regulating gender stereotypes in advertising whilst permitting its children to be raped by those from alien cultures. It’s right to ridicule the US for stopping a grown up Marine combat veteran from having a beer whilst granting driving licenses to criminal immigrants.

    And then there’s the graceless, reflex sneer when looking at other places. That’s a different thing.

  23. @Gamecock

    Google, which I know is often wrong, suggests that in California, child sex abuse can be prosecuted any time up to the victim’s 40th birthday which would be pretty historical.

    I guess different states have different rules.

  24. Yes Dennis, it’s almost as if our countries have been afflicted with common infection.

    Not sure I’d equate the illegal crossing of a border by an individual with an individual engaging in systematic illegal sexual activity with a minor.

    Also not sure I’d blame either on the ‘common virus’ you’re suggesting. I’m more inclined to blame the government enablers in both instances.

  25. I read recently that illegals are crossing border at over 100,000 pm, with ~140,000 in May and one day when ~1,900 crossed in one day.

    Are these figures correct?

    Dunno, I’m not on the border counting… and I’m sure as shit not going to buy the sort of numbers being giving out by the New York Times and CNN.

  26. Edward,
    O/T, but Mark Field.

    At Tory MP with gumption. What’s happening? The seat of my reason tilts on its axis.

    Agreed, and the reporting is weird, its as if no journalist has ever heard of the of “frog-march”, which is exactly what he did to her and exactly what she deserved, as a minimum.

  27. If only he’d thrown battery acid over her, the left would have guffawed at how funny he was.

  28. It is amusing that DtP ignores what the Democrats did down south between the end of the civil war until, say, 1968

  29. Topol –

    I don’t ignore it, it just hasn’t been brought up for discussion. Why you’re bringing it up now is something of a mystery, given it has nothing to do with the thread.

  30. Lud / BiND

    My thoughts exactly.

    Slightly heavy handed perhaps. But what if the whole thing had been a set-up (and distraction), her role being to attack the Chancellor? The reaction from most would then have been “wtf, how did that happen, why did no one stop her, it was obvious”.

    This one gets it:

    https://order-order.com/2019/06/21/mark-field-protester-incident-needs-nuance/

    Whereas Peston seems like a drip…

    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/06/mark-fields-behaviour-was-inexcusable/

    It’s not to do with “Field” not being directly threatened, as Peston excuses the protest, it’s the fact that she was marching calmly to the top table at this point with no security whatsoever to stop her.

    Peston amusingly then unintentionally cedes the issue here:

    I have just spoken to a friend sitting close to Field, who confirms he felt the protestor posed no threat and that Field’s reaction seemed wholly disproportionate. ‘He over-reacted. It was awful’. He says what he found equally upsetting was that ‘when Mark returned to his seat a few people actually applauded’. My friend thought the applause was inappropriate

    He, in effect, admits that others there clearly had a very different view to his friend on the issue.

  31. “I guess different states have different rules.”

    Yes. And I don’t know what my state’s statute of limitations is on child sex abuse. No need to know. I doubt they match California (which is known to be batshit crazy).

  32. I think the after effects of the NXIVM case in the US will be interesting to watch.

    All sorts of famous names being dragged in, including Richard Branson.

  33. Pennyslvania was also a state alcohol shop state until recently. Now you can buy it at Wegmans, with ID, at a special counter, and IIRC as much as six whole bottles of beer at a time!

  34. I read recently that illegals are crossing border at over 100,000 pm, with ~140,000 in May and one day when ~1,900 crossed in one day.

    There are 31 days in May. If 140k crossed in those 31 days, that gives an average of just over 4.5k per day. A one-day total of 1.9k is a low number day, comparatively.

    If the 1.9k day was in a month with “just” 100k crossings, it would still be a low number day: 100k / 30 == 3.33k

  35. When I was working in NJ (late 90s) it varied from town to town. I generally stayed in Summit which had plenty of bars (up market ones, it’s more like Beaconsfield than Barking as a commuter town), but one time I couldn’t get into my favourite hotel and so stayed in neighbouring Murray Hill, which is dry.

    When we went out for a meal, the local restaurant gently pointed out that they couldn’t serve us alcohol, but pointed us to the (I guess township or maybe county) approved liquor store a few doors down the street which had a fine array of wines, on which they then made a small corkage charge. Seemed quite a good system, avoiding the eye-watering markup on booze that restaurants often make.

  36. The nuance here is that he’s a Tory. Had it been a Labour Minister there would be zero controversy from the media. None.

    Still, if she was heading for Hammond he should have waved her through, giving her his cutlery if she had nothing on her.

  37. Pennyslvania was also a state alcohol shop state until recently. Now you can buy it at Wegmans, with ID, at a special counter, and IIRC as much as six whole bottles of beer at a time!

    Wine and liquor sales in PA are still limited to the state run stores…a bill to privatize liquor sales failed a couple years ago. Beer sales have always (well, back to the 1970s at least) been privately run. When I was growing up there, you could buy up to a 6 pack at a bar or tavern, but you had to go to a beer distributor if you wanted a case of beer.

  38. Good grief, guys. I thought states had given up on all their stupid alcohol rules.

    Nice to know that South Carolina is more advanced than Pennsylvania.

  39. @DtP
    @Bloke in Wales June 22, 2019 at 8:41 am

    The ~1,900 was a massed mob crossing at one point

    Found article:

    America faces, by almost unanimous consent across the fractious political divide, a very real and genuine crisis on the southern border.

    For the second consecutive month, over 100,000 migrants crossed the border seeking a new life in America.

    In May alone, the figure was 144,000 – the highest monthly total in 13 years. One group held at the border comprised 1,036 people, the largest ever apprehended.

    These are staggering numbers of people and the system is creaking at the seams under the intense pressure.

    Asylum applications are backed up so badly it’s taking some a year or more to get processed.

    So this is clearly a crisis, and one that is the result of decades of poor immigration policy by Democrats and Republicans alike.

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