UK: Non-White “Facebook Rape Gang” Sentenced

(clockwise from top left) Kenan Kelly, Waqaar Khan, Kadeem Bourne, Marcus Woolcock and Zahid Chouhary

How many are there who are not caught? How many are there who groom their White victims successfully and so enslave them for years or decades, ruining White lives and irreparably harming our race?

Introductory Note: As you read the controlled media piece on the verdict and sentencing, you will immediately note that the race of the victims and perpetrators — the most important facts of all for the future of our race and civilization — is never mentioned. The media and government Estanblishment — dominated by Jews — will not permit it. This will not do. We need new media owners, and a new government, that will make the protection of our girls and women — and the future of our race — its highest priorities. We must warn our young people in the strongest possible terms to have no social, to say nothing of sexual, contact with non-Whites — every single one of which must be removed from our societies.

WAQAAR KHAN, Marcus Woolcock, Kadeem Bourne, Keenan Kelly and Zahid Chaudhary — whose addresses cannot be published for legal reasons — were jailed for a total of 42 years.

We’ll be filing live updates following the sentencing hearing at Warwick Crown Court.

‘There is a Team Waiting to Support Them’

John Gregg added: “I recognise the immense courage of the young people who took the huge step to place their trust in the Horizon Team. I hope they feel that trust was justified and I hope any other young person finding themselves facing such horrific situations knows there is a team waiting to support them and take them seriously.

“CSE is a national issue and safeguarding our children is everyone’s responsibility, so much of the work of Horizon is to keep raising awareness and making sure CSE is something everyone is aware of.

“CSE is something that can happen to all children — both boys and girls — from any walk of life, and we all have a duty be vigilant and report it.”

What is The Horizon Team?

The Horizon Team is a special multi-agency team set up to discover, disrupt and tackle Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Coventry.

The team consists of social workers, specialist police officers and health partners, and also works closely with support groups and charities.

In addition, Warwickshire’s CSE team also provided support throughout the investigation.

“Five Dangerous Men are Facing a Long Time in Jail”

John Gregg, Director of Children’s Services for Coventry City Council, said: “The work of the Horizon Team marks an evolution in our approach to tackling CSE.

“This case is a positive example of multi agency partnership working in both Coventry and Warwickshire in tackling Child Sexual Exploitation.

“We have been criticised in the past for not working closely enough with partners. We listened to that criticism and the result is that five dangerous men are facing a long time in jail.”

“Investigation into the Network is Still Ongoing”

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Green, from the force’s Public Protection Unit, has welcomed today’s sentences.

He said: “The sexual abuse of young girls is inexcusable.

“The effects can last a lifetime and I am determined that by working with the Horizon Team we can protect other vulnerable young people.

“Our investigation into Waqaar Khan’s network is still on-going and we are continuing to sift through thousands of texts to identify further potential victims and their abusers.

“I hope that these convictions will give others the courage to come forward.”


With the gang behind bars reporter Ben Eccleston has filed a round-up piece on today’s events.

To read the full story click here.

Waqaar Khan, Marcus Woolcock, Kadeem Bourne, Keenan Kelly and Zahid Chaudhary were initially charged with a total of 40 offences against six girls.

They were found guilty of a total of 18 offences against two girls.

Khan, 24, and 23-year-old Bourne, were found guilty of two counts of trafficking and three of rape, with Bourne also guilty of a sexual assault.

The youngest in the group, 18-year-old Kelly, was convicted of two rapes, one sexual assault and one count of trafficking.

Woolcock, 22, was found guilty of two counts — trafficking and sexual assault — and Chaudhary, 20, of one count of trafficking. …

Judge de Bertodano says the second victim was just 15 when she was attacked in a “prolonged ordeal”.

She and a friend got in to a car and were then separated, before there “may have been consensual sex but what happened after became non-consensual”.

After trying to fight back, the girl was knocked unconscious and when she came round was shown a video of her being raped by Khan and Bourne.

The judge says she was made to get in to another car where she was raped by Kelly, and then again by Bourne and Khan.

She was then abandoned in a secluded location miles from home.

Filmed on a Mobile Phone

Speaking of the first victim, who was 17 at the time, the judge says she met Khan at a fast food restaurant and eventually agreed to meet him after chatting on Facebook.

After they had sex, he then drove her to another car park where she was attacked by Bourne and Woolcock in the back of the car, while Chaudhary drove and Khan filmed it on a mobile phone.

Judge de Bertodano says if it wasn’t for that footage actually existing then the victim would not have come to court to give evidence.

All of You Played a Part

The judge continued: “All of you played a part in that exploitation that then happened.

“These two girls suffered horrific experiences.”

Judge de Bertodano tells the five defendants that they all come from supportive families and they must all have “younger sisters or cousins who you would be horrified for if anyone treated them in the way you treated these girls”.

She adds: “Your families have had to sit and listen to what you have been doing which bears no reality at all to the person they have brought up.”

Group “Took Advantage of the Naivety of these Teenage Girls”

Judge de Bertodano is now handing down her sentence.

She says: “You five are all here because of what happened between you and two teenage girls.

“You, as older boys and young men, each in different ways, took advantage of the naivety of these teenage girls in order to sexually exploit them.

“You, Waqaar Khan, used the fact that through social media it is easy to get in touch with girls and to exploit their desire to be grown up and rebellious in order to persuade them to get in to cars with you, and to then sexually exploit them when they have no realistic chance to escape.”

Woolcock “Can Rebuild his Life”

The court is back from lunch and Peter Cooper, for Woolcock, is now addressing the judge.

He says that Woolcock is “still relatively young” and was “a follower rather than an instigator in this passage of his life”.

Mr Cooper says Woolcock “can rebuild his life” and his girlfriend has stood by him.

He Wants to Make Amends

Graeme Simpson is now speaking on behalf of Kelly and asks the judge to keep his young age in mind when deciding upon his sentence.

He also makes reference to a letter written by Kelly’s mother to the court and states a line in it which reads: “I know he is aware of the pain he has caused but wants nothing more than to make amends for his actions.”

Returning to Kelly’s age, Mr Simpson says that young men are still maturing until around the age of 20 or 21 and can still change a lot around that time.

Mr Simpson says that Kelly is “not lost to society” and can go on to become a “useful member of society”.

The court has now risen until 2.15pm when the hearing will continue.

“He Drove the Car While a Girl was Assaulted by Two Men and Videoed by a Third.”

Mr Afzal tells the court that Chaudhary’s involvement was the “most limited” of all the defendants.

Judge de Bertodano interrupts to say: “He drove the car while a girl was assaulted by two men and videoed by a third.”

Mr Afzal replies: “He did not verbally encourage any of the others to do anything during that journey.”

“Do Not Crush Him”

Mr Sapwell urges Judge de Bertodano to pass a sentence which “punishes [Bourne] but recognises the need not to crush him”.

Next to address the judge is Zahir Afzal, for Chaudhary.

Mr Afzal says: “He was of previous good and positive character. Neighbours and family have spoken of a kind and funny and career-minded student.”

He says Chaudhary is held in high regards by his peers. …

Khan’s Phone

An examination of Khan’s mobile phone revealed thousands of text messages containing sexualised conversations and several videos of graphic sexual abuse.

Detectives worked with the Horizon Child Sexual Exploitation team to trace the girls involved and seek out what other offences may have been committed.

They identified and made contact with a further four girls who made allegations against the group, which also included Kelly and Chaudhary.

Det Chief Insp Green added: “Each girl had a similar story to tell. They had been threatened and even subjected to violence if they did not co-operate with sexual demands or if they reported their abuse to police.

“We worked with these girls to reassure them that what has happened is not acceptable and given them the courage and support to give evidence against their abusers.

“I commend their bravery in reliving their devastating experiences to help bring these men to justice and prevent further young girls from enduring the same treatment. As without doubt, these men would have continued.”

Police Used Facebook to Snare Rapists

When the guilty verdicts were returned Detective Chief Inspector Ian Green, from West Midlands police’s public protection unit, said: “Waqaar Khan first came to our attention in March 2016 when his Facebook account cropped up as a mutual ‘friend’ among several vulnerable young girls in Coventry.

“Around the same time two girls, who had been reported missing from Warwickshire, were linked to Khan and he was arrested for child abduction and released on bail.

“One of the girls alleged she had been raped and a friend of hers posted a picture of Khan and two other men on Facebook asking for their identification.

“All three men went into Coventry police station saying they had no idea what they were being accused off.”

Police Statement Expected

A number of reporters are at court as well as ourselves, including representatives from ITV and Free Radio.

Chief Inspector Ian Green is expected to give a statement to the press after today’s hearing.

Court Busy

The public gallery is packed out at Warwick Crown Court for today’s sentencing, while a number of the jurors from the trial have also returned to hear the outcome.

Jurors aren’t obliged to return to see defendants sentenced but some do.

Other Victims?

The uncle of one of the girls who gave evidence against the gang said he believes that there are other victims out there.

He told the Telegraph that he feared that other vulnerable girls may have been targeted by the men.

He said: “They really, really need to come forward because people like this need stopping in their tracks.

“It’s a harrowing experience having to go through as court case but they can’t be allowed to get away with these vile crimes.

“They would get all the support they would need for the police and social services to get through this, so please have the courage to come forward if anything like this has happened to you.”

Hefty Prison Sentences

Five men were found guilty of offences including rape, sexual assault and human trafficking are being sentenced today at Warwick Crown Court.

Waqaar Khan, Marcus Woolcock, Kadeem Bourne, Keenan Kelly and Zahid Chaudhary — whose addresses cannot be published — were found guilty of a total of 18 offences.

Khan, 24, and 23-year-old Bourne, were found guilty of two counts of trafficking and three of rape, with Bourne also guilty of a sexual assault.

The youngest in the group, 18-year-old Kelly, was convicted of two rapes, one sexual assault and one count of trafficking.

They are facing lengthy prison sentences today.

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Source: Telegraph

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Uncle Cracker
Uncle Cracker
26 December, 2017 2:51 pm

This is their warfare, like always.
Beat up white guys and take the women, and if the woman say no they take her anyway.
They will rape her in that case because they don’t accept a no from a white woman, fact.
They have some big mouths aswell, i know how they are.
A so called afghan refugee said that Britain first was founded because british men won’t get laid, ha, well, we see what will happend when people like him get a no from a white woman, they rape her.

One more thing: there are whites who give them selves to these crap by free will.
Those whites don’t deserve any protection no matter what.

22 January, 2019 11:28 am

This lot are back in Warwick court today, I haven’t heard anything on MSM?

17 September, 2020 6:56 am

Why doesn’t BBC make a televised drama about these crimes and broadcast it into every home in the U.K.? Instead, all they show are promiscuous girls and caring boys having fake and fun consensual sex.