TITLE

WILL NO ONE TAKE THE BLAME?

AUTHOR(S)
Michael Seamark; Inderdeep Bains; Jason Groves
PUB. DATE
May 2013
SOURCE
Daily Mail;5/16/2013, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
THE angry mother of a victim of the Oxford sex grooming gang last night demanded: 'Someone needs to take the blame.' Catastrophic failings by police and social services enabled the sadistic group to drug, rape and traffic girls as young as 11 for eight years. Victims repeatedly told police they had been abused and sexually tortured and care-home staff just watched as the men collected the under-age girls at night.
ACCESSION #
87595866

 

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