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While aged just 12 or 13, one of the vulnerable girls, known in the trial as A, was passed between 60 mainly Asian men for sex after being conditioned into thinking it was normal behaviour, jurors were told. He said he could not explain why the criminals "focused their attention on white under-age girls", but believed their "vulnerability" played a major role.
He said: "Workers at the time missed a of opportunities to perhaps protect them Aylesbuy girls] or to provide other services for them. She added that she felt that her "teenage years were taken away".
Having said that, we know a great deal more about child sexual exploitation and grooming now than we did back then. Barnardo's told the BBC it had worked with the ring's two victims in and referred the case of Aylesubry to the local authority and other relevant agencies. He said that if the criminals had targeted "Asian under-age girls, they would have paid a heavy price in their community.
Six men were found guilty on Friday of abuse on a "massive scale". In her statement, Girl B said that the sentences were "academic" because "no sentence could ever put right what happened".
The Old Bailey heard the abuse in Aylesbury went on for years and involved rape and child prostitution. Aylesnury will do everything in our power to help them.
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Four were cleared of any wrongdoing, while the jury could not reach a verdict on one of the men. Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on Saturday, David Johnston, director for children's services at Buckinghamshire County Council sincesaid a review of the concerns raised by Barnardo's would be carried out to discover what happened and what action was taken.
Alcohol and DVDs The court heard evidence from seex victims, who came from troubled backgrounds and were befriended by the men who gave them alcohol, DVDs, food and occasionally drugs. Aylesbury child sex abuse: Barnardo's raised fears in Published 25 July image copyrightThames Valley image captionClockwise from top left: Vikram Singh, Akbari Aylesbhry, Asif Hussain, Mohammed Imran, Taimoor Khan and Arshad Jani were all found guilty Concerns about a girl repeatedly abused by a gang of men in Buckinghamshire were raised by a charity several years before the perpetrators were arrested, it has emerged.
The six who have been convicted will be sentenced in September. The charity's Michelle Lee-Izu said "insufficient action" was taken. He said: "We know a great deal more about child sexual exploitation than we did back then and I hope that young people who are worried about themselves or someone they know will have the same courage to come forward.