1,400 British non-Muslim children were gang-raped and brutalized by Muslims in the British city of Rotherham, in accord with the Qur'anic allowance for the sexual enslavement of infidel women that the Islamic State has pointed to in order to justify its exploitation of captive Yazidi and Christian women. But no airstrikes were called in Rotherham; rather, British officials there "described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought as racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so." And now four years of key and highly incriminating files have gone missing.
According to the Mirror, "Professor Alexandra Jay, who wrote the bombshell report revealing 1,400 young girls were abused in the town over 15 years, said minutes from key meetings have disappeared. Rotherham Council was slammed in her report for ignoring the scandal and its leader and chief executive have both since resigned."
These files almost certainly contain damning material about how British officials wouldn't move against the rape gangs for fear of being stigmatized as "racists" and "Islamophobes." But those officials are still in positions of power and influence in Britain, and so these missing files are unlikely ever to be recovered.