Whistleblowers expose UK migrant child trafficking – Observer

ER Editor: Awake and aware people are likely clued in not only to the problem of pedophilia and child trafficking – on an industrial scale, especially within the Ukraine-Belarus region – but also to the highly lucrative industry of adrenochrome production.

While we cannot vouch for these articles, readers may be interested in two recent Real Raw News pieces on this very topic, involving Ukraine. We’re each free to make up our own minds.

Putin Destroys Adrenochrome Lab in Ukraine

The Adrenochrome Crisis

Here’s adrenochrome in the scientific literature: Adrenochrome

We’ve heard much on the backchannels about the exploitation of children being sent over the US-Mexico border into the US, and how the American CPS (child protection services) basically functions to provide children to trafficking rings. This may be the UK equivalent.

See this RT piece from July of last year: British pedophiles target Ukrainian refugee children

The RT piece below is based on this Guardian/Observer report, linked to below. Of note:

On the first day of April, 17-year-old Wassim Hamam* disappeared near the bustling centre of Hove. He was never seen again. Days later another teenager, Burim Markaj, 16, vanished nearby. Within hours, a 15-year-old was also reported missing.
The disappearances continued. Four days later Alban Berisha, a 17-year-old whose portrait suggests a pensive, wary character, suddenly vanished from the streets of the Sussex coastal city. The same day, a 5ft 5in 17-year-old, Khalid Muha, was last seen wearing a black bomber jacket and white trainers.
Another child went, then another. Detectives investigating the disappearances quickly identified two facts linking the lengthening caseload: all were unaccompanied asylum-seeking children. And all disappeared after staying at the same hotel. But this was no ordinary seaside hotel. The children were staying in a residence run by the Home Office, the government department whose mandate is keeping people safe.
Yet an Observer investigation reveals that months before Hamam vanished, the Home Office was warned by police that the vulnerable occupants of the hotel – which is not being named for security reasons – would be targeted by criminal networks. …
Yet insiders say not enough is done to find the disappeared children. A Brighton councillor described the response as child neglect on an “industrial scale”. …
“They don’t have any legal status because they are not recognised as being looked after by any local authority,” said the source.


Whistleblowers expose UK migrant child trafficking – Observer

Dozens of young asylum seekers have been kidnapped from hotels run by the Home Office


The UK Home Office has turned a blind eye to the disappearance of dozens of unaccompanied migrant children from a Sussex hotel it operates as a children’s home, according to an investigation by The Observer published on Saturday.

Whistleblowers expose UK migrant child trafficking – Observer

Of the 600 unaccompanied minors who have passed through the Home Office-run premises in Brighton over the last 18 months, some 136 have been reported missing, and 79 of those are still unaccounted for, the news outlet’s investigation found. A whistleblower with Home Office security contractor Mitie told the paper that the alleged kidnappings are bold, frequent, and not limited to the Brighton facility.

“Children are literally being picked up from outside the building, disappearing and not being found,” the security guard reportedly said, suggesting “traffickers” are responsible. A similar facility in Hythe, Kent allegedly lost 10% of its young charges every week.

Police had been warning the Home Office for over a year that criminal networks would likely target the young asylum seekers being put up in the hotel, and the location was known to be problematic – a “hotspot of exploitation,” in the words of another source from child protection services – due to the operation of so-called ‘county lines’ gangs in the area.

The security guard even admitted to have witnessed the kidnappings by the gangs firsthand, but claimed feeling helpless to do anything about it. “Albanian and Eritrean gangs pick them up in their BMWs and Audis and then they just vanish,” the source said.

In May, two men were actually caught with three children – who were returned to the Home Office. In most cases, however, police investigations were merely “cursory,” and children were almost never returned, according to the Mitie worker.

While the whistleblowers have repeatedly warned the Home Office about the situation, “nothing much has changed,” The Observer reported. A Brighton councillor allegedly described the lack of government action as child neglect on an “industrial scale.” 

Asked what was being done to protect unaccompanied migrant children amid this kidnapping spree, the Home Office suggested it was a police problem, while the police referred questions to the Home Office. Even after it was revealed in October that 220 child asylum seekers had gone missing from facilities funded by the agency, which housed them in hotels alongside adults whose backgrounds had not been checked, no policy changes appear to have been made – even though officials have admitted in internal communications that they are effectively running unregistered and therefore illegal children’s homes.



Featured meme, house: Andy Hall/The Observer

Featured meme, child: Gareth Fuller/PA

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