Kirsters Baish| It has been reported that three former Telford lawmakers, which include one lawmaker who oversaw the department of social services during the same time that the Muslim rape epidemic was taking place, have been exposed to be pedophiles.
In 2001, 60-year-old Graham Bould was convicted for having sexually assaulted a 15-year-old boy in Telford during the early part of the 1980s. Bould served as chairman to the Shropshire County Council’s social services department between the years of 1993 and 1998. The main issue at the time that he was serving was predominantly young white girls being groomed by Pakistani Muslim men began to get worse.
This same victim was sexually assaulted by none other than Anglican vicar and county councillor 78-year-old Michael Keen, who sat on a Police Authority board. In 2001, he was found guilty of the historic abuse.
Keen spent 15 months in prison, but Bould did not spend time in prison since he admitted to sexually assaulting the child that he was accused of assaulting.
Infowars reported: “In a separate case, Graham White, 75, was convicted of taking indecent images of a 14-year-old girl in 2004. The former parish councillor for Madeley, near Telford, was instructed to remain on the sex offenders’ register for just five years.”
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Breitbart News reports:
The uncle of grooming gang victim Lucy Lowe called the revelations, exposed by The Mirror on Sunday, as “mindblowing” and “disgraceful”.
“We always wanted to know why social services didn’t get involved in dealing with Lucy’s abuse. Now we have even more questions,” Ed Lowe, 50, said.
Mr. Lowe’s niece was one of an estimated 1,000 girls who were raped, trafficked for sex, and killed over a 40-year period by Muslim grooming gangs in the small West Midlands town — the biggest scandal of its kind since Rotherham and Rochdale.
Lucy was groomed and raped by Azhar Ali Mehmood; at the age of 14, gave birth to his child. At 16, again pregnant, Lucy, her sister, and her mother were killed in a house fire started by then-26-year-old Mehmood in August 2000.
At the time of Mehmood’s conviction for murder, the BBC referred to Lucy as his “girlfriend“.
Lucy Allan said of the charges against all three councillors, “I hope that as part of its work the inquiry will examine the culture of the council. We have seen in other towns, where child sexual exploitation has been prevalent, that the culture of the council led to inaction and silence over many years.”
Telford authorities had to reverse their position earlier in the month and vote to commission an independent inquiry on the historic child abuse exploitation. Victims from CSE cases all the way to 2016 have accused authorities of not fixing the issue.
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