The English defence league will be holding a demonstration in Rotherham on the 13th october 2012 regarding the Muslim groomers who have been grooming young white girls for over 20 years. These girls havent just been groomed and raped they have been badly let down by the social services, and the police.
YOUNG Rotherham girls who were exploited for sex have been let down by the social services and the police it was admitted this week.
Cllr Stone was speaking in the wake of reports based on leaked police and social services documents dating back to 2000 which reveal a catalogue of child sexual exploitation, mostly involving men of Pakistani heritage and white girls aged 12 to 16.
People need to realise that these girls needed help and support , to get this it has to be acknowledged or the help and support isn’t available, and then some of the girls go down the wrong road in life , they get in trouble and people criticize them not knowing what they have been through and all it really is, is a cry for help it goes through life with them and they can’t move on because there has been no closure and they deserve closure.
This demo deserves good numbers its for every child in the UK EVEN YOURS N.S
Tommy Robinson has decided to stand down from his position with British Freedom in order to concentrate fully on the English Defence League. This decision has been made after much deliberation and is fully supported by the Party and the EDL joint leader and British Freedom Vice Chairman, Kevin Carroll.
Tommy has recognised that his heart and strengths lie within the Street Protest Movements. Kevin is rapidly developing an impressive political profile and has a great deal to offer in the political arena. He is well respected within the EDL and within British Freedom and will continue to play a significant role in both. Kevin will remain as Deputy Chairman of British Freedom and will continue as joint Leader of the EDL.
Both organisations share many core values and will continue to support each other’s work. This change will offer a two pronged approach that will complement our joint objectives. The greatest achievements of both organisations are yet to come.
‘Troll’ arrested over April posting
A Chorley man has been arrested for making a sick ‘joke’ about missing youngster, April Jones, on Facebook
An internet ‘troll’ who made a sick joke about missing youngster April Jones will appear in court on Monday.
Matthew Wood, 20, of Eaves Lane, Chorley, was arrested at an address in Brinscall on Saturday after going on the run when a ‘joke’ made about the youngster sparked outrage on social networking website, Facebook.
He will appear before magistrates in Chorley on Monday morning charged.
A Lancashire Police spokesman said: “An arrest was made at an address in Brinscall on Saturday and we can confirm we have charged Matthew Wood with breaching Section 27 of the Communications Act, namely sending a public electronic communication which is grossly offensive.
“He has been remanded in custody and will appear before Chorley Magistrates Court on Monday.”
The posting about the abducted five-year-old, which also relates to the missing youngster Madeleine McCann, was made on Mr Wood’s Facebook account on Thursday.
On Saturday, Dyfed Powys Police confirmed they have charged mechanic Mark Bridger, 46, with the abduction and murder of April.
He is also accused of perverting the course of justice and will appear before Aberystwyth Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
The five-year-old remains missing despite an intensive, ongoing search for the youngster who was last seen playing on her bike at 7.30pm on Monday near her home in Machynlleth, Wales.