Rotherham Council Ordered to Apologise to Whistleblower Who Exposed Grooming Scandal

Rotherham Council Ordered to Apologise to Whistleblower Who Exposed Grooming Scandal, by Jack Montgomery.

Rotherham Council has been ordered to apologise to a whistleblower who helped expose the mass exploitation of underage white girls by mostly Muslim men.

Jayne Senior, who has worked with grooming victims since 1999 and was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 2016 for services to child protection, helped to blow the lid off a long-running grooming gang scandal in the town.

She revealed how council officials, social services, and police — paralysed by fears of racism accusations — failed to act while at least 1,400 girls were abused.

But just months after she received her award and published her memoirs, Broken and Betrayed, the council orchestrated a raid on the charity she runs, Swinton Lock, as part of an investigation which has now been slammed by the local government ombudsman.

Robert Spencer:

Not only did Rotherham Council officials do nothing about the Muslim rape gangs for fear of “racism,” but then they “orchestrated a raid” on the whistleblower’s charity “as part of an investigation which has now been slammed by the local government ombudsman.”

What on earth were Rotherham Council officials thinking? What good could they possibly have thought would come from their ignoring criminal activity because it was committed by Muslims, and persecuting those who called attention to it? Did they think their Muslim constituents would be gratified by their solicitude, and stop the criminal activity committed by members of their community as a result? Or were the Council members simply resigned to the idea that soon Britain would be under Sharia rule, such that it would be a good career move for them to have built up a record of appeasement and accommodation?

hat-tip Stephen Neil