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‘All white girls are good for is sex. They’re just sl*gs’: Eight members of ‘openly racist’ violent Asian sex gang raped and ‘sexually degraded’ three teenage girls in Rotherham

Sageer Hussain, 30, was convicted of four rapes and one indecent assault

Attacker told his 13-year-old victim that ‘all white girls are good for is sex’

His brother Basharat was convicted of indecent assault against same girl

6 other gang members found guilty of further 10 charges of sexual abuse


18 October 2016

Eight members of an Asian sex gang in Rotherham were today convicted of sexually exploiting teenage girls after making them suffer ‘degrading and violent’ acts.

Sageer Hussain, 30, openly boasted that he was racist and told his distraught 13-year-old white victim: ‘All white girls are good for is sex and they are just sl*gs.’

Sageer was convicted of four rapes and one indecent assault and his elder brother Basharat, 40, of indecent assault against the same girl at Sheffield Crown Court.

Six other members of the gang were also found guilty of a further ten charges of sexually abusing the three girls – and face jail when sentenced next month.

Sageer’s victim – who is now 27 – told police, their MP and the then home secretary David Blunkett that she had been repeatedly raped by Sageer.

But the allegations were dropped after men threatened to burn down the family home and gang-rape her mother.

The clothes she was wearing when she was raped by Sageer were lost by South Yorkshire Police days later and the force later gave the girl £140 compensation.

She had a cut lip and bruised thighs and bottom but forensic samples taken from the victim at the time were not retained because the rape allegation was dropped.

Tapes of Sageer’s 2003 police interview were also apparently destroyed.

Files belonging to the youth support group Risky Business compiled at the time of her complaint were also lost as well as phones seized during the police probe.

The girl’s family tried unsuccessfully to get help from the local social services and took the girl out of school.

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