British Police Call Charity To Ask If It's Ok For Iraqi Pedophile To Date Child
The unmanned liberal police detective called the charity Karma Nirvana
A British police officer called a charity to 'double check' if it was acceptable for a suspected Iraqi pedophile to date a 12-year-old girl because he wanted to appear "culturally sensitive."
The unmanned liberal police detective called the Karma Nirvana, which deals with forced marriages and other forms of ‘honour-based’ abuse, following the arrest of a 26-year-old Iraqi man who claimed it was "in his culture" to date children.
According to the charity's logs, the police detective called to make sure it was ok for an Iraq adult to have a sexual relationship with a child.
Breitbart reports: According to the call log, the policeman said: “the accused is stating that it is ‘completely acceptable in my culture to be with a 12-year-old’.”
The record added that the officer “‘just wished to know if it is accepted in Iraqi culture to be with a 12-year-old girl’ as he wished to be ‘culturally sensitive’”.
The charity advised that he deal with the Iraqi in the same way they would deal with any other suspected child sex predator.
Karma Nirvana said that this call showed the dangers of authorities filtering serious crimes through a ‘cultural sensitivity’ lens, for fear of being perceived as racist.
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Government officials are handing visas to the husbands of girls who have been forcibly married, raped, and impregnated abroad.
Jasvinder Sanghera, the charity’s founder, said that “We’ve got a number of professionals who are turning a blind eye. They don’t want to rock the multicultural boat.”
The revelation is one of many to be released by The Times after it published a series of reports detailing authorities “turning a blind eye” to forced and underage marriages by predominately South Asians.
It was revealed this week that government officials had been handing visas to the husbands of girls who have been forcibly married, raped, and impregnated abroad, allowing them to settle in Britain permanently; at times the victims were mentally disabled.
Of the 3,800 reports of forced marriages or children and young people at risk of being forced into marriage, over the past three years to the government’s Home Office, the police have charged less than 80 suspects and the judicial system has convicted suspects in just three cases.