FGM Parties

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del mar

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2,838 posts

137 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-38290888

How do I get an invite .....

Does BLM campaign against this ?

Liokault

1,898 posts

152 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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This is crazy, they show a graph with high numbers detected (700 or so in brum) but the prosecution rate is more of less zero! Why isn't every single case discovered then prosecuted?

Well, I know that answer, as I guess we all do, but it still makes me angry.

rscott

8,156 posts

129 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Liokault said:
This is crazy, they show a graph with high numbers detected (700 or so in brum) but the prosecution rate is more of less zero! Why isn't every single case discovered then prosecuted?

Well, I know that answer, as I guess we all do, but it still makes me angry.
Go on then - post the answer.

Deptford Draylons

10,480 posts

181 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Imported retardation.

Jasandjules

61,977 posts

167 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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rscott said:
Go on then - post the answer.
Why do you think there have been zero prosecutions out of what seems to be 700 serious offences?

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VolvoT5

4,115 posts

112 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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BBC said:
"What we're finding now is that where once girls were taken abroad to be cut, specialist midwives are now flown over and several girls are cut at the same time, which then leads to a celebration."
This type of thing makes me want to stop the world and get off it really does. What kind of twisted culture thinks this kind of thing is desirable and celebrates the mutilation of young girls?

The chart showing the number of victims is shocking, why on earth are we not hearing about more prosecutions?

rscott

8,156 posts

129 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Jasandjules said:
rscott said:
Go on then - post the answer.
Why do you think there have been zero prosecutions out of what seems to be 700 serious offences?
I'd say because it's hard to get evidence as to who actually carried out the offence? Are the girls able to confirm exactly which woman did it to her?

it won't be because they don't want to offend Muslims as FGM happens in other religions too..

Mrr T

5,821 posts

203 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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rscott said:
Liokault said:
This is crazy, they show a graph with high numbers detected (700 or so in brum) but the prosecution rate is more of less zero! Why isn't every single case discovered then prosecuted?

Well, I know that answer, as I guess we all do, but it still makes me angry.
Go on then - post the answer.
Actually I think I do know the answer smile.

You need to look at the Government NHS reporting requirements on FGM.

Doctors are now required to report any potential evidence of FGM on a patient no matter when it occurred. So if a Doctor examines a woman say in her 80 and there is some evidence but the injuries, if they are FGM, are from youth before she entered the UK, it still gets reported.

Not unnaturally there has been a sharp rise in reported cases.


Sharted

1,203 posts

81 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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What is it with Yorkshire?

TonyToniTone

2,626 posts

187 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Absolutely disgusting and it certainly needs highlighting, even so one has to questions Del Mars motives.

Nothing posted in the Football abuse or Forest Hill train stabbing, if either of these were Muslim those threads would be on 50 pages.

andymc

6,133 posts

145 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Sharted said:
What is it with Yorkshire?
I think you know

La Liga

12,286 posts

94 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Jasandjules said:
rscott said:
Go on then - post the answer.
Why do you think there have been zero prosecutions out of what seems to be 700 serious offences?
- A lack of reporting.
- A lack of confidence by the relevant communities in the police.
- A following on from the above, a lack of information / intelligence coming to the police.
- A lack of experience within the police.
- A lack of experience within the NHS and other sectors (education / social / health etc).

The offence dates may also be relevant in terms of the data as someone has reported.

I think it's going to take a lot of work and time to get to a position where this becomes a near non-existent matter in the UK.

I am aware the Met have sent a few files to the CPS on the matter. The first questionable prosecution resulted in a Doctor being acquitted within 30 minutes of jury deliberation.




dandarez

9,882 posts

221 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Sharted said:
What is it with Yorkshire?
The tea?


PorkInsider

3,199 posts

79 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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Sharted said:
What is it with Yorkshire?
Look at the chart at the bottom of the BBC article.

pork911

5,276 posts

121 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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But cutting baby dicks is fine.

TonyToniTone

2,626 posts

187 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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PorkInsider said:
Look at the chart at the bottom of the BBC article.
They won't.

Number of victims identified by the NHS since April 2015
Birmingham: 680
Bristol: 550
Brent: 430
Manchester: 425
Southwark: 420
Enfield: 270
Lambeth: 265
Ealing: 260
Sheffield: 255
Leeds: 180

55palfers

3,706 posts

102 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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If the girls are under age, can't they prosecute the parents?

Can't be too hard a concept as they do lots of folk who want to take their kids on holiday when it's a bit cheaper.

thetoxicnerve

20,788 posts

115 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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pork911 said:
But cutting baby dicks is fine.
Indeed but heaven forbid anyone criticise this practice and therefore, by associations, Jews.

Liokault

1,898 posts

152 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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thetoxicnerve said:
pork911 said:
But cutting baby dicks is fine.
Indeed but heaven forbid anyone criticise this practice and therefore, by associations, Jews.
Its not just Jews though is it? My partner is Canadian and catholic, she still thinks my uncut member is weird and would like our son to be done.

StottyEvo

6,711 posts

101 months

Tuesday 13th December 2016
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thetoxicnerve said:
pork911 said:
But cutting baby dicks is fine.
Indeed but heaven forbid anyone criticise this practice and therefore, by associations, Jews.
To be fair, I'm not a fan of neither but circumcising doesn't cause much harm (arguably none at all) FGM clearly causes lots and lots of harm.

I think you're both aware of this though, so I'm not sure why you're making the point.