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These are external links and will open in a new window. A gang of five men and a teenager who subjected underage girls to sexual abuse in Oxfordshire after grooming them have been jailed. The defendants attacked seven victims, aged 13 to 15, in cars, woods or at the defendants' homes in Banbury. Oxford Crown Court heard they lured victims to parties organised on social media and were found guilty in March.
Ahmed Hassan-Sule, 21, of Glyndebourne Gardens, was sentenced to nine years imprisonment, with a further five years on licence; Mohamed Saleh, 22, of Orchard Way, was jailed for four years and nine months; Said Saleh, 20, of Orchard Way, was jailed for four years; Takudzwa Hova, 21, of Broughton Road, was sentenced to six years with a further four years on licence; and Kagiso Manase, 21, of Warwick Road, received five years.
Speaking after the sentencing, one of the gang's victims, who was 14 at the time, said she was attacked in a car after attending a party organised on Facebook. I was just scared. I didn't know what to do, but they'd planned it beforehand.
He asked me if I would work for him and I said 'No' and I just laughed it off but, as I realise now, I did it without even knowing - [I did] sex work. They made me think it was my decision but it wasn't. The abuse was uncovered after a member of the Kingfisher team - a multi-agency operation tackling child exploitation in Oxfordshire - came to see the victim at school.
The girl said it was her ambition to work in the Kingfisher team and help others who have been in her situation. A general election would be the "change of direction" the UK needs, the Labour leader will say later.