Target: Rotherham Police District Commander and Chief Superintendent Jason Harwin
Goal: Don’t ban protests over police inaction regarding 1,400 children who were gang-raped and prostituted.
At least 1,400 British children in Rotherham, England were systematically groomed, gang-raped, and prostituted by a group of Muslim men, while British officials allegedly did nothing to stop it for over 16 years for fear of being thought as “racist.” In order to hide their own incompetence, these officials are now taking action to ban child rape protests. The children who were victimized by the human traffickers were often under government council care and were as young as twelve years old.
Angry protesters from both left and right wing political groups have spoken out in an uproar throughout Rotherham and cost local police over £1 million in moderation and surveillance. Because of this, British officials believe it is enough reason to ban the protests against the negligence of their own employees. Until these men and everyone else who allowed the atrocities to go on are brought to justice, these protests have a right to continue under the freedom of speech guarantee in the Human Rights Act.
We need to show England that what their government is doing is wrong and that the countless children who have been permanently traumatized by these crimes will see justice. Recently, four more men were arrested for grooming and abduction charges by Rotherham police. While these men are now in custody, until the authority figures responsible for turning a blind eye to this behavior are held accountable, we will not be able to find and stop the source of this widespread operation.
Dear Chief Harwin,
I believe that what is happening to the children of Rotherham is despicable and wrong. At least 1,400 children have already suffered due to this heinous operation, and multiple different authority figures have failed to stop it for the past fifteen years. While the men responsible for this grooming and trafficking are finally being arrested and charged, the members of the former council that allowed this to continue far longer than acceptable have not received proper punishment.
While losing their positions on Rotherham Council was certainly called for, that doesn’t mean that they have faced the full consequences of their actions. These ex-councilmembers should be tried for their negligence and be charged appropriately. I am writing you this letter to state my outright disapproval of your attempts to stop protests against the sexual abuse of children, as well as my support for those demanding that the human traffickers face justice. Instead of banning these protests, the only permanent solution is to satisfy the protesters by condemning those who supported this child rape and prostitution.
[Your Name Here]