UK Rochdale grooming gang leader 'pictured in town' after deportation threat last minute news


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- Detective turned whisteblower Maggie Oliver said today that "the failures just go on and on."

UK Rochdale grooming gang leader 'pictured in town' after deportation threat last minute news


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- Detective turned whisteblower Maggie Oliver said today that "the failures just go on and on."

UK Rochdale grooming gang leader 'pictured in town' after deportation threat last minute news
05 April 2021 - 12:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A member of the Rochdale grooming gang has been pictured in the town, six years after being told he would be deported. Qari Abdul Rauf, now 52, was one of nine men sentenced in 2012 for a catalogue of serious sex offences against vulnerable victims in Rochdale and Heywood. Taxi driver and Muslim preacher Abdul Rauf, 51, was convicted of trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child. The court heard how the father-of-five trafficked a 15-year-old girl for sex, driving her to secluded areas to have sex with her in his taxi and ferry her to a flat in Rochdale where he and others had sex with her. He was jailed for six years, however, he was released in November 2014 after serving two years and six months of his sentence. (Fleft to right) Adil Khan, Abdul Aziz and Qari Abdul Rauf, the three members of the child grooming gang told they faced deportation to Pakistan (Image: PA) In July 2015, The Home Office began the process of removing Rauf's British citizenship and those of two other men convicted alongside him - Adil Khan, 51 and Abdul Aziz, 50 - who all had dual UK-Pakistani citizenship, in order to pave the way for their deportation. The trio challenged the move, saying it breached their human rights and the rights of their children. Read More Related Articles Two men in hospital as police descend on Manchester street after fight 'involving knife' Read More Related Articles Boy, 10, riding 'Segway-style' scooter seriously hurt after crash with truck in Wythenshawe They lost their case at the Court of Appeal in August 2018. However in July last year the Manchester Evening News reported that it was believed they remained in Rochdale, with one terrified victim having bumped into her freed abuser Khan while shopping in Asda. And in pictures published by The Sun today, Rauf has been reportedly pictured shopping in the town. Maggive Oliver said today the case "continues to expose monumental failures in our so-called criminal justice” system" (Image: MEN MEDIA) Raof was said to have been stocking a trolly up with fizzy drinks at a store, as well as clutching a takeaway food delivery bag.

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." The former GMP detective who worked on the case before resigning and turning Whistleblower, Maggie Oliver, tweeted today saying: "The Rochdale case continues to expose monumental failures in our so-called Criminal “Justice” system which is broken. "The failures just go on and on...." Rochdale news We have a dedicated Facebook page bringing you all the latest news, events and community news in Rochdale. To keep up to date with all that is happening in Rochdale - and to join in the discussion - follow the page here. And you can also follow us on Twitter. The Manchester Evening News has contacted the Home Office for comment. A spokesman for the department told The Sun: “The cases of the foreign national offenders involved in these crimes have recently been reviewed at the request of the Home Secretary and we intend to update the victims through the proper channels.”

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