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Rochdale grooming trial: Victim 'let down' by police and prosecutors)
(Guilty: the gang who groomed girls for sex)
In May 2012, nine men, mainly of Pakistani origin, were convicted in court for "the on-street grooming of vulnerable young people."
The court heard how the girls, aged between 13 and 15, were befriended with the offer of alcohol and drugs and then "sexually exploited by up to 50 men across the North of England."
Greater Manchester Police say that 5 per cent of those on its convicted sex offenders register are Asian males.
Davis, speaking of Rangzieb Ahmed, told the UK parliament:
"A more obvious case of outsourcing of torture, a more obvious case of passive rendition, I cannot imagine.
"He should have been arrested by the UK in 2006.
"He was not.
"The authorities knew he intended to travel to Pakistan, so they should have prevented that.
"Instead, they suggested the ISI arrest him.
"They knew he would be tortured, and they organised to construct a list of questions and provide it to the ISI."
Ahmed was eventually deported back to the UK and jailed or life after being found guilty of membership of al-Qaida (al CIAda)
The jury at Manchester crown court was not told he had been tortured.
Ahmed says he was recently visited by a police officer who said he could arrange for his sentence to be reduced, or for him to be paid money, if he withdrew his complaints about torture.
Ahmed has links to so called terrorists.
Rangzieb Ahmed received money from Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh.
Former Pakistani President, Pervez Musharraf, in his book In the Line of Fire stated that Sheikh was recruited by British intelligence agency, MI6, while studying at the London School of Economics.
Manchester police chief Michael Todd died in mysterious circumstances.
The coroner asked: "So, not a huge amount of alcohol then?"
Dr Caslin answered: "No, sir." - BBC NEWS - Todd inquest hears of drink level
The highly observant Postman Patel told readers that Michael Todd's murder refuses to be cleared up.
At present there is an inquest into the mysterious death of police chief Michael Todd (ACPO head of terrorism) who was found dead on 10 March 2008.
Todd is reported to have sent text messages to friends.
According to Postman Patel:
The inquest contained many curious features ;
1. Recipients of the text messages sent by Todd were not identified other than by a coded alphabetical letter.
2. The time and location of the sending of those texts - especially on the fatal Monday have not been made public. This is important as press reports state that the initital searches were a wild goose chase based on wrong (?) information about the location of Todd's phone.
3. The finders of the body off the well worn track in atrocious weather (the worst storm in 10 years) were not identified nor it appears gave evidence.
4. The route (and crucially the timing) of Todd's police vehicle which will have had a tracker device - which could be confirmed by the NW Wales network of Number Plate Recognition cameras remains unpublished.The inquest was also told that Todd had visited suicide websites and drove to Cumbria on March 9 but had “bottled out” and gone home.
5. The role / activities / liason with the Police , of the Llanberis Mountain rescue team, and the various helicopters - "men in dark suits" remains still a mystery.
1. "His coat had also come off and some of his clothes were discovered nearby.
"The Mail report a source saying, 'There are no obvious injuries compatible with a fall from height.'
"The BBC News BBC 4 PM at 5.00 pm GMT made the odd announcement that Michael Todd sent texts on Monday aftrenoon which gave rise to concern that suggested danger to his life and that of others."
2. "Sources at Greater Manchester Police said that among the items found with him were personal letters written to his loved ones, the BBC's Nick Ravenscroft said.
3. Top UK policeman Mike Todd could have been saved on Snowdon, says Mountain rescue boss Peter Walker.
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