Detective Chief Superintendent Mary Doyle, of Greater Manchester Police, insisted that getting ‘hung up on race and ethnicity issues’ detracted from what was simple child sex abuse.
‘There is no evidence to say they were targeted because they were white,’ she said. ‘They were targeted because they were there.’...or the people who live side by side with the elephant and describe it in detail?
‘There is a particular problem with groups of Pakistani men who think white girls are worthless,’ said Mohammed Shafiq, director of the Ramadhan Foundation.
‘They think they can use and abuse these girls in this abhorrent sort of way and then discard them.’Well, which is it? The 'Guardian', of course, thinks it has the answer:
There have been so few investigations of large offending groups that a few cases involving big non-Asian groups could easily shift these offender profiles in a whole new direction.It seems they are hoping there's a white/black/Chinese gang out there doing the same thing. Y'know, in the interest of 'balance'...