She said: ‘As soon as I said the names, I was made to feel as though I was racist and I was the one who had the problem.
‘That continued all the way through to the Jay Report coming out in Rotherham.
A local councillor in London, Joe Caluori, said the data showed that “thousands of young people across the country are caught up” in the networks.Cambridgeshire Constabulary welcomed the convictions and praised the courage of the victims in giving evidence at the trials.A police spokesman said that police had "made great efforts to safeguard these young people, win their confidence and explore what they told us" and noted that the "victim-led" investigation, a joint initiative by Cambridgeshire police and Peterborough city council, had "formally beg[u]n in early January 2013".A Rotherham paedophile ring victim said she ‘specifically told not to comment’ on the ethnicity of her attackers when she reported her rape as a teenager.The woman, named Emma, said the authorities made her feel like she was being ‘racist’ during the report when she was just 13-years-old.
He said the State was still waiting for DNA results. Du Preez made it clear to the accused that he faced life in prison should he be found guilty.