Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Imagine The Innocence Destroyed By 4 Selling Virgins

Imagine the innocence of a young teenage girl. It's those happy giggly years where the most important things are music, clothes, and boys. Money isn't really important except, as it relates to buying music and clothes to attract the boys.

So imagine pouring over the latest teen fashion magazines, and dreaming of what it might be like, if you could have any of those clothes? Oh, and don't forget some of the spiffy cosmetics that promise to turn us from gangly teens to confident, desirable women. What nailpolish was that model wearing again?

Now, suppose someone offers to make all of those dreams come true. All that's required is for them to do what they always! Only after they get where they're going do they discover the truth...they must do something more. Only now does the coersion that robs them of free will become obvious. It's too late to escape...

What could possibly create the kind of villains that do these things? Fatima Hagnegat, Mahrookh Jamali, Sara Bordbar, and Rasoul Gholampour, were convicted of being just those villains.

Requiring up to £150,000 per girl, (that's $195,366.98 USD folks) they offered to provide wealthy businessmen with girls as young as 13. Among them would be virgins for "breaking", for those with a real taste to contaminate innocence.

One 14 year old girl explained it like this: they had traveled from Wigan with the defendants on the understanding that they would be able to earn some money 'dancing' for a party of rich men.

It was only later, on their arrival in London, that they were told they may be asked to have sex with the men. All of the known victims have been removed to a victims center.

The gang members, all jobless and Iranian, pleaded guilty to trafficking and prostitution offences at Harrow Crown Court yesterday. They were finally sentenced today to 2 years each for their dastardly crimes.

So who were the heroes in all of this? Certainly we can thank Scotland Yard for making the arrests, but who contacted them in the first place? It was actually the staff of a luxury hotel called Jumeirah Carlton Hotel in Knightsbridge, central London, who offers Free breakfast, free stay for kids. If they offer a free stay for kids, they can't be all bad.

Concerned staff contacted Scotland Yard after one of the women arrived in a silver BMW, to offer the gang's services in a handwritten letter, to the owner in August of last year. It read: "I have 12 girls ready from the age 14-20 years, who are living all over the UK, I have spent money on the preparation of this event such as a rented house for the girls and also all expenses needed."

I just think that it's just wonderful to know that there are still ethical business people in the world, who refuse to be a party to such things.



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