Court cases against more than 20 abusers in the Telford child sex abuse scandal were discarded because they were ‘too much trouble’
Court cases against more than 20 abusers in the Telford child sex abuse scandal were discarded because they were ‘too much trouble’, police officers reveal – as TWELVE more victims come forward from The Daily Mail
TDC Note – “Sorry Mr. and Mrs. Smith your child’s life and well being are too much trouble. If we were to take on their case we wouldn’t be able to protect and defend the returning ISIS jihadist and Muslim gang rapist. We wish you well and better luck next time.”
We wanted to make you aware of the fact this filth is real and we are truly responsible for ourselves as we see time and again the police and any other authority is only willing to take on the easy, the simple and agenda driven situations – human trafficking, pedophilia and sex trade is NOT on the agenda.
Officers have revealed that cases against more than 20 abusers were discarded
Court orders against Telford sex abusers were thought to be ‘too much trouble’
Revelations come after police disputed claims there could be up to 1,000 victims
Police officers investigating the child sex abuse scandal in Telford have revealed that courts orders against more then 20 suspects were discarded.
The victims of the abuse were failed because the cases were allegedly ‘too much trouble’.
The horrified officers also believe that more convictions would have been made if the abuse cases in Telford were linked to each other at the time.