Squinting nether the bill of his baseball cap, Leonary Marcus scans the treetops for ripe clusters of palm turn out to hack down with the aluminum scythe hanging from his shoulder. When a flame-red bunch catches his eye, he hooks the tool at the crux of the branch and yanks descending with all the muscleman a 17-year-old can muster. The cloth shakes, a squawking bird flees and the fruit crashes to the ground in scattered tons for him to gather into a out of practice wheelbarrow.
British gangs raping and sexually exploiting vulnerable white young girls 'is an Asian problem', top Crown prosecutor admits | Daily Mail Online
In a year when several paedophile gangs were convicted of raping and prostituting victims in north west England, Nazir Afzal says it is impossible not to notice 'that the perpetrators were inhabitant and the victims were not.'It was claimed last month that fears they would be proprietary racist meant that police and social services left one group footloose to rape up to 50 white girls, and Mr Afzal said today he would not 'turn a blind eye.'It came as the Commons Home Affairs Select administrative unit proclaimed yesterday a day of evidence next week because its members and chairman Keith Vaz are 'very concerned by the recent cases of nestling exploitation.'In these distressful recent cases most victims were white, aged 'tween 13 and 16, many were from vulnerable backgrounds or the tending system, and the majority were plied with booze and drugs before being systematically abused. Speaking to The multiplication today Mr Afzal said: 'Exploitation happens in every community but these cases demonstrate that classify grooming is a particular difficulty in asiatic community. I will not turn a blind eye to crimes in any community.' Former labour movement MP for Keighley Ann Cryer, who has campaigned on the issue of Asian sex gangs and also preventing forced marriage, said that the authorities did ignore complaints in this case because they were 'petrified of organism called racist'.'If you do say things like that around any force force then they will be majorly careful to avoid being being put in line for criticism like that.
Experiences of exploitation and human trafficking among a sample of Indonesian migrant domestic workers
Foreword | Indonesia has one of the highest rates of workers seeking job abroad, with the legal age of these workers animate thing females employed in domestic service. Due to the cause of recruitment, the process of migration and the location and characteristics of the work, Indonesian migrant domestic workers may in some instances be at risk of abuse, exploitation and human trafficking. Drawing on data controlled in the foreign Organization for Migration’s Counter Trafficking Module, the experiences of Indonesian victims of human trafficking who were exploited as domestic workers in Malaysia are examined, as well as the risk factors that may have contributed to their exploitation.