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Alexander MacCallum
1 month ago
#Pakistan

"The number of Pakistani nationals running global smuggling rackets ranging from supplying missile parts to fake currencies to human trafficking is rising, something noted after the Spanish police recently busted a major global fake currency racket with the arrest of several Pakistani citizens who had been supplying 100 Euro notes worth $1.1 million across Europe and beyond.

The Pakistani gangsters made the banknotes by hand, using special inks, watermarks and different elements to hoodwink detection mechanisms.

The gangsters were based in Naples and Rome in Italy and Barcelona in Spain. The fake notes were distributed in Italy, France, Greece and Spain.

The police authorities in Spain, Italy and Greece were alerted last November when a large number of counterfeit notes were found circulating in Barcelona. The arrests were made at Barcelona airport and the city bus station when the distributors were found carrying 70,000 Euros in counterfeit notes.

The latest case involving Pakistanis in a global human trafficking racket was detected in Italy early this month. At least nine members of the gang were detained for smuggling migrants along the Balkan Road."

The arrested were part of a criminal organisation engaged in bringing illegal migration along the Balkan route. The gangsters were also found to intimidate hapless victims of their thuggery. One of the victims was held in an apartment located in the centre of Siena..."
Alexander MacCallum
2 months ago (E)
#Rochdale #GroomingGangs #Pakistani
Systematic Destruction of the West...
The Same Sh*t Over and Over and Over Again...

"A victim of a Rochdale grooming gang has said she was raped more than 100 times from the age of 12 and felt "let down" by police.

Ruby also told BBC Newsnight police took her aborted foetus away for DNA testing without telling her.

Former detective Maggie Oliver said that years after Ruby's abuse, child sexual exploitation was still happening across the country.

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said it was "deeply sorry" for failing victims.

"Poor service" in Rochdale in the early 2000s was a "profound regret", the force said, adding that while child sexual exploitation had "not been eradicated" officers would "continue to police without fear or favour".

Ruby said she wanted to help other abused children who need to "feel listened to and heard" when they report the crime to police.

She has called for counselling to be offered after police interviews.

In January, a review revealed girls in Rochdale were "left at the mercy" of paedophile grooming gangs for years because of failings by senior police and council bosses.

It focused on 111 cases in the town from 2004 to 2013 and set out a series of failed investigations by GMP, identifying 96 men still deemed a potential risk to children.

Rochdale Council said it was "determined to ensure these terrible failures do not happen again".

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KristenSuzanne
3 months ago
From Politico. These actions have been provoked by the Iranian mullahs, of course. The Pakistani PM at the WEF. An odd combination, isn’t it?
https://www.politico.com/n...

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