UK-REPORT: Half of Rotherham Sex Gang Core Members Back on Streets Despite Involvement in Abuse and Trafficking of 1,400 Girls

Eleven key members of Rotherham sex grooming gangs, previously sentenced to over 180 years in jail, have been quietly released or are set for parole soon after serving half their sentences, according to a MailOnline investigation.

The investigation reveals that 11 out of 22 individuals, involved in the abuse and trafficking of around 1,400 girls, are back on the streets Zalgai Ahmadi, now 51, received news on Friday, January 26, 2024, that the Parole Board had suggested his release. He was been serving a nine-and-a-half year sentence for his involvement in a gang that forcibly held a 14-year-old girl in his apartment against her will The Secretary of State for Justice has 28 days to request a reconsideration but lacks the authority to overturn the decision.