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He was recruited as part of grooming investigation Operation Shelter, which was part of a wider investigation into sexual exploitation called Operation Sanctuary.“It beggars belief that it would ever have been considered, let alone approved, and serious questions must be asked about the force’s approach to child sexual exploitation operations,” he added.
These pictures were hacked from their phones where they found their most personal photos, naked pics, masturbating videos, sextape, underwear and lingerie.“It is for individual communities to ask themselves whether they are doing all they can to eradicate such attitudes and behaviour,” he added.“The sexual exploitation of vulnerable people is in my opinion the challenge of our generation.” The Crown Prosecution Service released the names and ages of the people convicted as part of Operation Shelter.“These prosecutions would not have been possible without the bravery shown by the victims and the courage they showed in giving their evidence of what had happened to them,” he added.“The impact of the abuse these young women suffered has been profound but I hope these convictions can offer them some comfort and help them move forward.” Several members of the gang have already been jailed and the remaining defendants are expected to be sentenced in September.Describing him as a “convicted child rapist who drugged a child and invited someone else to rape her after he had”, he said XY was subject to a suspended sentence when he was deployed by police in 2014.
Mr Patton said police claimed they carried out a risk assessment, but that the “very next day” after he was recruited, XY was in court for failing to tell police he had moved house – one of the conditions imposed as a registered sex offender.
The chief executive of Newcastle City Council, Pat Ritchie, said: “We do not believe that what we have uncovered in Newcastle is unique.
“Sadly, there is evidence of sexual exploitation in just about every other town and city in the country and anyone who says they do not have it are not looking for it.” Chief Constable Steve Ashman, of Northumbria Police, said there was no “political correctness” involved in the investigation of suspects from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Albania and Eastern European.
During the legal submissions, the informant claimed he acted as an informal taxi driver for some defendants and made a series of lurid allegations against the police, including claims of racism and that he was asked to plant drugs.
Giving evidence from behind a screen, and with the public gallery cleared to protect his identity, XY said he had been a paid informant for six or seven years.
He was recruited despite being convicted years before for drugging an underage girl and then inviting another man to rape her, a court heard.