Child prostitution inquiry: Six remanded on sex charges: Anjum Dogar, 30, and his brother Akhtar, 31, both of Tawney Street, and Kamar Jamil, 26,

 BBC:

Thames Valley Police officers Police carried out raids on a number of properties on Thursday morning

Six men from Oxford have been remanded in custody after appearing in court in connection with an investigation into child exploitation in the city.

The men face charges including rape, conspiring to rape a child, arranging child prostitution and trafficking.

They appeared before High Wycombe magistrates earlier after being charged by police on Friday.

Seven others have been bailed until next month.

The men charged in connection with the inquiry are Anjum Dogar, 30, and his brother Akhtar, 31, both of Tawney Street, and Kamar Jamil, 26, of Aldrich Road.

Zeshan Ahmed, 26, of Palmer Road, Mohammed Karrar, 37, of Cowley Road and Bassan Karrar, 32, of no fixed address, also appeared in court earlier.

Thames Valley Police, investigating claims 24 girls were being exploited, arrested 13 men following raids on properties in the city on Thursday.

More than 100 police officers were involved in 14 raids.

The six men who have now appeared in court face a number of charges:

  • Mr Jamil is charged with four counts of rape, two counts of arranging the prostitution of a child, one count of making a threat to kill and one count of possession of cocaine with intent to supply.
  • Anjum Dogar is charged with one count of conspiring to rape a child, one of arranging the prostitution of a child and one count of trafficking.
  • Akhtar Dogar faces three charges of rape, one count of conspiring to rape a child, three counts of arranging the prostitution of a child, one count of making a threat to kill and one count of trafficking.
  • Mr Ahmed faces 10 charges of engaging in sexual activity with a child.
  • Bassan Karrar is charged with one count of rape.
  • Mohammed Karrar will face two counts of conspiracy to rape a child and one count of supplying a class A controlled drug to a child.

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6 Replies to “Child prostitution inquiry: Six remanded on sex charges: Anjum Dogar, 30, and his brother Akhtar, 31, both of Tawney Street, and Kamar Jamil, 26,”

  1. Well I knew I could count on VLAD to name the perps on this one.The BBC and Sky and Papers all mentioned this case,this morning and not one of them named the men.I knew by the age of the men and girls that they would be of pakistani heritage.My wife said I was being prejudiced but I told her i bet you any money it will be pakistani’s.The beeb etc think we are all stupid.What they do is make us distrust them even more.

  2. I get confused by all the articles about this because a fair amount of the articles are further developments of stories that have been previously reported. But there have been a lot of cases and participants.

    I think a grand total list of the number of gangs AND a grand total list of the number of participants would be very helpful. Perhaps a list or widget like ROP uses. It would not be as much of a headache because these cases don’t crop up every day like the killings do.

  3. To say this is an epidemic would be an understatement. It seems strange to me that suddenly these rings are getting broken up quite frequently now. Im wondering the reason for this. After Jack Straw’s comments it kind of pushed this issue into the public spotlight. Could the police have known about these rings previously but as admitted by themselves, were to frighten to act in fear of being called racist? If this is the case how many girls could have been saved?

    Or could it be they are now really doing there job properly, realised there is a specific trend linked to a specific ethnic group and are more aware of how to tackle these pedophiles, and are actually getting on top of it.

    I object quite often on this blog and others of crimes committed by muslims, that are highlighted despite the fact that Islam or them being a muslim was not a causal factor in their criminality. Sometimes greed, dishonesty, violence etc is just part and parcel of that particular persons character as is in every community and race.

    I would however at this stage note, that even the most left minded of the population, can surely see that Pakistani muslims are systematically raping underage white girls. This a fact.

    Finally how many rings have been busted in the past few years? Quite a few of them have been implicated say up to know more than a hundred or so? And out of how many that have been caught, how many more rings out there are there? I think this may only be the tip of the iceberg.

    I remember watching a documentary on Bravo once on how the asian (pakistani muslim) gangs operate in the u.k. One thing that was key to there network was that they only deal within themselves i.e their own ethnic group. This is how they managed to pretty much dominate the heroin industry (not really an industry if you ask me). They don’t deal with outsiders, which makes it difficult to catch them.

    There is an assumption that these gangs are individual regional rings. However there have been brief mentions on the news of girls being driven to different locations. Could these regional rings actually belong to an informal national network? It seems quite strange that all these different men are being convicted in different parts of the country?

    All questions I feel the police should be asking themselves, if they are doing there jobs properly.

  4. Harriet,
    one of the reasons why the old bill are moving in on pakistani peado gangs is growing public awareness of the problem. Also street protest groups are flash mobbing against this and some groups such as Casuals United actively tell the police they will be protesting such and such unless the police do the job we pay them for. http://casualsunited.wordpress.com/
    This is their blog and if you read it back you will see how effective at tactic this is proving itself to be

    Buck

  5. Edl buck: Well either way lets hope it continues. Another question is, and from a friend of a friend that went to jail. With all these people getting locked up what will be an impact on the jail system? Radicalisation within jails, and the emergence of muslim prison gangs. I heard from my friend that in the prison he went to there was an emergence of groups (not necessarily gangs) within the prison he was in.

    Was a grouping of black guys, muslim/asian looking guys, and a grouping of eastern europeans also. Are we going to see a racial segregation/gang culture emerge like in the USA?

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