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Nine men convicted over underage Rochdale grooming ring 
Nine men have been convicted over a child sexual exploitation ring in Rochdale 
that targeted vulnerable girls aged between 13 and 15. 

The men were found guilty at Liverpool Crown Court
During a ten-week trial Liverpool Crown Court heard how five girls under 16 
were used for sex by Kabeer Hassan, Abdul Aziz, Abdul Rauf, Mohammed Sajid, 
Adil Khan, Abdul Qayyum, Mohammed Amin, Hamid Safi and a 59-year-old man who 
cannot be named for legal reasons.
Jurors heard how the men, all from Pakistan apart from Safi who is from 
Afghanistan, plied the girls with fast food, alcohol and drugs.
Victims as young as 13, all of whom were known to social services at some 
point, were 'passed around' for sex, the court heard.
One 13-year-old later had an abortion while another girl said she vomited over 
the side of a bed from excessive alcohol consumption while being raped.
The offences, which all took place in Rochdale between 2008 and 2009, include a 
girl being forced to have sex with 20 men in one night.
The court heard how the men used other girls as recruiters and forced their 
victims to refer to them by names such as  'Master' and Tiger'.
Rachel Smith, for the prosecution, told the jury: 'No child should be exploited 
as these girls say they were.'
The 59-year-old ringleader was found guilty of conspiracy to engage in sexual 
activity with children under the age of 16, two counts of rape, aiding and 
abetting a rape, one count of sexual assault and trafficking within the UK for 
sexual exploitation.
Taxi driver Abdul Aziz, 41, of Armstrong Hurst Close, Rochdale, was found 
guilty of conspiracy and trafficking for sexual exploitation but cleared of two 
counts of rape.
Kabeer Hassan, 25, of Lacrosse Avenue, Oldham, Greater Manchester, was found 
guilty of conspiracy and rape.
Adil Khan, 42, of Oswald Street, Rochdale, was found guilty of conspiracy and 
trafficking for sexual exploitation.
Abdul Rauf, 43, of Darley Road, Rochdale, was found guilty of conspiracy and 
trafficking for sexual exploitation.
Mohammed Sajid, 35, of Jepheys Street, Rochdale, was found guilty of 
conspiracy, trafficking, one count of rape and one count of sexual activity 
with a child.
Abdul Qayyum, 44, of Ramsay Street, Rochdale, was found guilty of conspiracy.   
 
Mohammed Amin, 45, of Falinge Road, Rochdale, was found guilty of conspiracy 
and sexual assault.
Hamid Safi, 22, who was found guilty of conspiracy and trafficking but not 
guilty of two counts of rape.
Liaquat Shah, 41, of Kensington Street, Rochdale, was cleared of sexual assault 
by the jury and was cleared of conspiracy after the jury was unable to agree a 
verdict and the prosecution offered no further evidence.
Qamar Shahzad, 30, of Conisborough, Rochdale, was found not guilty of 
conspiracy.

Speaking outside court, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Heywood denied the case 
was about race (Picture: PA)
It took the jury of three men and nine women 21 hours and 22 minutes to reach 
their verdicts, with sentencing adjourned until tomorrow by Judge Gerald 
Clifton.
Following today's guilty verdicts, it can be revealed for the first time that 
the Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched an inquiry after 
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the Crown Prosecution Service apologised 
for failing to bring the case of the first victim to trial after she raised the 
alarm in August 2008.
It can also be revealed the trial was delayed by two weeks when two Asian 
barristers quit the case due to intimidation by far-right groups outside the 
court.
Finally, the trial almost collapsed following a tweet from British National 
Party leader Nick Griffin that seemed to suggest prior knowledge of the jurors' 
deliberations.
The judge rejected claims of 'far-right bias' from the defence, however.
It did lead to the 59-year-old defendant making several outbursts in court, 
including: 'I don't want this biased jury. You are a biased judge. You are a 
racist bastard. You bastard!'
After being excluded from the court he returned on Friday to again exclaim: 
'They are all racist bastards!
'You racist judge. You racist jury. You lying bastards!'
The leader of the Manchester-based Muslim organisation Ramadhan Foundation 
meanwhile has accused Pakistani community elders of 'burying their heads in the 
sand' on the issue of grooming.
Mohammad Shafiq, chief executive of the group, said police should not let the 
'issue of race' stop them from prosecuting in these cases.
Steve Heywood, assistant chief constable of GMP, denied the case was about 
race, however.
'It is not a racial issue,' he said. This is about adults preying on vulnerable 
young children. It just happens that in this particular area and time the 
demographics were that these were Asian men.
'However, in large parts of the country we are seeing on-street grooming, child 
sexual exploitation happening in each of our towns and it isn't about a race 
issue.
'The street grooming issue is about vulnerability and who has access to that 
vulnerability.'



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