The stunning genuine story of the high school casualties of the Rochdale tyke sexual misuse ring is being told in another three-section dramatization.
Three Girls starts on BBC One today around evening time and will detail how a gathering of moderately aged men, for the most part Pakistani in inception, were in charge of the awful preparing, mishandle and trafficking of young ladies in the vicinity of 2008 and 2012.
The casualties – who stay unknown as casualties of sexual manhandle – were gone after by the gathering of moderately aged men and paid off into staying silent with liquor, medications, sustenance and cash.
People with significant influence neglected to act to stop the mishandle notwithstanding various supplications for offer assistance.
Three Girls was made with the full support of the casualties and their families and points of interest how the young ladies were utilized with liquor and medications before being manhandled, why their calls for help were at first overlooked by specialists, and how their shocking world was in the end blown open on account of the work of Sara Rowbotham.
Nine men matured in the vicinity of 24 and 59 were discovered liable of being required in the sexual abuse of youthful casualties in Rochdale taking after a trial at Liverpool Crown Court in May 2012.
At the Rochdale trial, the judge had said the casualties were “assaulted insensitively, violently and brutally”, including: “Every one of you regarded [the victims] just as they were useless and past regard.”
The men from Rochdale and Oldham got sentences going from four to 19 years in a correctional facility.
Sentenced: 19 years in jail
Shabir Ahmed, then 59, was named as the ring leader of the gang.
He used an older girl to procure young girls for him and his friends.
During the trial he accused the victims of being prostitutes.
He was given a 19-year sentence after being convicted of two rape charges, sexual assault, aiding and abetting rape, and trafficking for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
He now faces deportation to Pakistan.
Sentenced: eight years in jail
Adil Khan was convicted of trafficking a child within the UK for sexual exploitation.
Khan, who was married with one child, fathered the child of a 13-year-old victim.
She had an abortion and he denied knowing the girl, despite DNA evidence proving the child was his.
Sentenced: nine years in jail and three years to run concurrently
Kabeer Hassan was sentenced to nine years for rape and three years, to run concurrently, for the conspiracy.
The ringleader Shabir Ahmed had ordered a 15-year-old girl to have sex with takeaway worker Kabeer as a birthday “treat” against her will.
Sentenced: nine years in jail
Abdul Aziz was a married father of three when he was convicted of conspiracy and trafficking for sexual exploitation.
He later took over as the key trafficker and was known by the girls as ‘Master’.
Sentenced: six years in jail
Abdul Rauf was convicted of trafficking a child within the UK for sexual exploitation and received six years.
He was the religious studies teacher at a local mosque and had asked a 15-year-old victim if she had any younger friends.
He would drive some of the girls to other men who would use them for sex.
Sentenced: 12 years in jail
Mohammed Sajid was convicted of one count of rape, sexual activity with a girl under 16 and trafficking for sexual exploitation.
He regularly plied victims with alcohol before having sex with them at his flat where groups of men would wait their turn.
He will be deported back to Pakistan following the conclusion of his sentence.
Sentenced: five years in jail
Mohammed Amin was convicted of sexual assault and given a five-year jail term.
He was a driver for a taxi firm for 14 years and was known as “Car Zero” in the sex ring.
Sentenced: four years in jail
Hamid Safi is an illegal immigrant convicted of trafficking girls for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
He sneaked into the UK on a lorry in 2008 and claimed asylum but he will be deported to Afghanistan at the end of his sentence.
Sentenced: five years in jail
He was a driver for a taxi firm in Middleton, Greater Manchester and was known as ‘Tiger’.