Everyday thousands of children are being sexually abused. You can stop the abuse of at least one child by simply praying. You can possibly stop the abuse of thousands of children by forwarding the link in First Time Visitor? by email, Twitter or Facebook to every Christian you know. Save a child or lots of children!!!! Do Something, please!
3:15 PM prayer in brief:
Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
Pray for God to stop 1 girl from becoming a child-bride.
If you have the faith pray for 100 children rather than one.
Give Thanks. There is more to this prayer here
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Wednesday, 15 August 2018
Three Heartbreaking CSA Stories; 53 Possible Paedophiles on Today's UK PnP List
31 charged in Huddersfield child sex abuse investigation
Of the 19 named accused, all appear to have Pakistani Muslim names!
Of the 19, there are a total of 31 charges of rape of underage girls!
Detectives have charged 31 people with offences including rape and trafficking after an investigation into sexual offences against children in the Huddersfield area.
West Yorkshire Police said the five alleged victims were girls aged between 12 and 18, with the offences said to have occurred between 2005 and 2012.
Thirty men and one woman will appear at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court on September 5 and 6.
West Yorkshire Police said the accused include:
Mohammed Suhail Arif, 30, of Huddersfield, charged with rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Iftikar Ali, 37, of Huddersfield, charged with attempted rape of a girl aged 13-15 and three counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Mohammed Sajjad, 31, of Huddersfield, charged with four counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15, one rape of a girl under 13 and facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.
Fehreen Rafiq, 38, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts offacilitating the commission of a child sex offence.
Umar Zaman, 30, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Basharat Hussain, 31, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Amin Ali Choli, 36, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of rape of a female over 16.
Shaqeel Hussain, 35, of Dewsbury, charged with rape of a girl aged 13-15 and two counts of trafficking.
Mubasher Hussain, 35, of Huddersfield, charged with rape of a girl aged 13-15 and sexual assault.
Abdul Majid, 34, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Mohammed Dogar, 35, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of facilitating the commission of child sex offence.
Usman Ali, 32, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Mohammed Waqas Anwar, 29, of Huddersfield, charged with five counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Gul Riaz, 42, of Huddersfield, charged with rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Mohammed Akram, 41, of Huddersfield, charged with two counts of trafficking with a view to sexual exploitation of a female and rape of a girl aged 14-15.
Manzoor Akhtar, 29, of Huddersfield, charged with trafficking and three counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
Samuel Fikru, 30, of Camden, charged with two counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15.
A further 12 men who cannot be named for legal reasons have been charged with "numerous offences in connection with the same investigation."
Police make 20th/21st arrests as part of investigation into sexual abuse of 9 children in parks in Bury, UK
No charges have been laid yet
By Paul Britton
Police have now made 21 arrests as part of an investigation into the grooming and sexual abuse of children in parks in Bury.
Two men, aged 21 and 24, were arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of child sexual exploitation and possessing indecent images, police said. Both remain in custody for questioning.
The arrests bring the total number of people held as part of an operation code-named Burgos to 21. The investigation to identify child sexual exploitation offences and provide specialist support to victims was launched in June last year.
Police revealed in February that nine children were receiving specialist support after being identified as potential victims.
The case centres on the Openshaw Park and Clarence Park areas of the borough. It’s not known whether it focuses on an organised gang or a number of individuals.
Officers have been sent onto the streets to identify suspects and offences and say they are working with the community as part of a ‘wider disruption plan’. Announcing the new arrests, police said patrols would continue to operate around Clarence and Openshaw Park.
Detective Sergeant Cheryl Morrell said: “Thanks to the extensive work of all the people involved in this complex investigation, we have been able to take positive action against child sexual exploitation in Bury. As a partnership, we continue to work closely with the victims of these offences, ensuring they have all the support they need.
“Our investigation into those who target vulnerable children will not stop here, as we work tirelessly to identify who those offenders are."
“If you have any concerns or information about child sexual exploitation in Bury, please talk to our investigation team on 0161 856 8002.”
The investigation was launched in June 2017 and involves the multi-agency Phoenix CSE team, which links criminal justice with public sector organisations.
Phoenix was set up disrupt offenders engaged in child sexual exploitation, raise awareness and protect and provide support to victims. Police said there have been no charges relating to the operation Burgos investigation so far.
Oxford U employed monk convicted of child sex abuse, despite ban on working with <19s
A monk convicted of child sex assault was employed by the University of Oxford for 12 years, despite him being banned from working with young people.
Father Bernard Green taught in senior roles at St Benet's Hall and other Oxford colleges, despite the Department for Education banning him from working with or teaching young people under 19 and him being a registered sex offender when he was appointed.
Senior church figures knew of the ban in 2006, yet he carried on as a tutor until he was dismissed in 2012, report Cherwell.
In 1995, Green abused a 13-year-old at Ampleforth Abbey and College, a Catholic boarding school in Yorkshire. He entered the boy's dormitory and "fondled his genitals".
Green was convicted in February 1996 and placed on the Sex Offenders Register for five years. Alongside a two year probation order, Green was banned from teaching or working with children under 19.
Ampleforth Abbey, where Green committed the 1995 child sex offence. Photo: Steven Horncastle, via Wikipedia Commons
When Green was employed by Oxford University in 2000, he was still on the Sex Offenders Register, and went on to hold senior positions teaching young students.
He worked at St Benet's Hall, a Permanent Private Hall (PPH) – a type of Oxford college privately owned but functioning as a college. St Benet's is operated by Ampleforth, where Green committed the child sex offence.
During his 12 years at Oxford, Green was a tutor at seven colleges, a member of Oxford's Theology Faculty, and a Joint Chairman of Graduate Seminar in Patristics. He served as a Director of Studies in Theology at Benet's from 2004 and Acting Director of Studies in Theology at Christ Church.
Great! A paedophile was Director of Studies in Theology! I wonder what those kids learned?
In 2005, Green received a final written warning for senior misconduct after harassing a 19-year-old male undergrad at a JCR picnic. During the investigation, the university did not realise Green's ban.
Inquiry evidence also said that the Abbot of Ampleforth at the time and former St Benet's Trust Chair, Father Cuthbert Madden, knew about the nature of the ban in 2006. An email between Madden and the monastery's lawyer showed that St Benet's knew about the ban, but Green remained as a tutor.
At the inquiry in December 2017, Madden said he had not realised students come to university at 18, and not 19, and that arrangements were made to ensure Green had no contact with people under 19.
Madden has temporarily stood aside as Abbot of Ampleforth.
Following a case review which revealed the ban, Green was dismissed in 2012.
University authorities also found indecent images of children on Green's computer in a 2013 investigation, the year he died.
In a statement, Oxford said: "The revelations of this important report are deeply troubling and we are looking into the points raised by it. The welfare of our students is an important priority for the University and we regularly review our safeguarding code of practice and pre-employment screening guidance."
Professor Werner Jeanrond, the outgoing master of St Benet's Hall, said: "It is a matter of deep regret that the Hall had any part in what happened in those years, a period which predates the fundamental changes in leadership and oversight that took place in 2012.
"The St Benet’s of today is a very different place. It is run by a separate Trust and far-reaching changes have been made to its governance, operating procedures, oversight arrangements, and to the make up of its staff and student community. While these cannot expunge the past and its failings, they do give us confidence for the future."