The Muslim rape gang scandal in Britain just keeps getting worse. Last August, the BBC reported that "at least 1,400 children were subjected to appalling sexual exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013, a report has found. Children as young as 11 were raped by multiple perpetrators, abducted, trafficked to other cities in England, beaten and intimidated, it said." Five months later, not only has little been done to combat this scourge, but it has grown exponentially worse: hundreds of new cases have been discovered, and one of the victims says that those who abused her are "untouchable."
Sky News reported that in addition to the 1,400 cases revealed last year, "hundreds more cases were known to authorities prior to its publication and that hundreds more are being reported." The victim who spoke to Sky News said that now all these months after the news first broke of the extent of this savage exploitation, "It's still going on if not worse, because now they're having to hide it more. I'm still seeing my abusers driving young girls in their car. They're untouchable." She said of the police that "all they care about is getting a statement. Six months on we've had no arrests, we've had no charges, evidence is still being lost."
These words were reported a month after a team of government commissioners took over the Rotherham Council, after finding it in "complete denial" about the scandal.