According to a report by the British newspaper The Sun on the 10th local time, the local police are investigating a so-called “adjustment gang” and accusing 32 men of nearly 200 crimes against girls as young as 13 years old.
The alleged crime occurred between 1999 and 2012 and involved eight girls in the Cochrys, Bradford and Wakefield areas in the United Kingdom.
Police said that the men were charged with 196 counts, including rape, sexual intercourse with children, human trafficking and illegal imprisonment. The victims were eight girls between the ages of 13 and 16, and some of the victims also suffered (continue to) in adulthood.
The report pointed out that the defendants are now between 31 and 50 years old and will appear in the Kirkles District Court on December 11 or 14.
As part of the “Tourway” law enforcement operation, authorities are investigating the recent sexual exploitation of children in parts of West Yorkshire.
Among the suspects in police custody are Asif Ali, 50 years old, who is charged with 12 rapes and Zafar Qayum, 41 years old, and Zafar Qayum, 41, is charged with 17 rapes. Irfan Khan, 34, was charged with threatening to kill and illegal imprisonment.