Seven-man Rotherham grooming gang are convicted of using drugs and alcohol to sexually assault vulnerable teenage girls, including one raped in a forest and another who was 'exploited by 100 Asian men'
One victim said she'd had sex with 'at least 100 Asian men' by time she was 16
Another told Sheffield Crown Court how she was gang-raped by men in a forest
Girls 'subjected to acts of degrading and violent nature at the hands of the men'
By AMIE GORDON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 14:31 GMT, 29 October 2018 | UPDATED: 14:49 GMT, 29 October 2018
A gang of seven men has been convicted of sexually exploiting vulnerable teenage girls in Rotherham.
Mohammed Imran Ali Akhtar, 37, Nabeel Kurshid, 35, Iqlak Yousaf, 34, Tanweer Ali, 37, Salah Ahmed El-Hakam, 39, and Asif Ali, 33, were among the gang members who subjected the girls 'to acts of degrading and violent nature.'
One of the victims told a trial at Sheffield Crown Court how she had sex with 'at least 100 Asian men' by the time she was 16 and another described how she was gang-raped in a forest and threatened with being abandoned there.
It's unbelievable how planted beliefs can rot minds to justify this kind of behaviour
This decline in humanity is be objected at all cost