It was a warm summer evening in a northeastern seaside town when Chelsey Wright, 26, and her mother headed out of the house to spend some quality time together and have a few drinks.
Within hours, mother and daughter became separated and Chelsey found herself feeling dizzy in a nearby bar. Having consumed only three drinks, she knew something wasn’t right.
Before she knew what was happening, Chelsey woke up in a strange house, wearing only her underwear and surrounded by Middle Eastern migrants. It was at this moment she realised what had happened, her drinks had been spiked and she had been raped.
As she tried desperately to escape, she was thrown down a flight of stairs, choked and dragged back up by her hair. The men continued to abuse her until she managed to escape the house, running screaming into the road. A nearby neighbor witnessed the scene and described seeing Chelsey in hysterics, running from the men without shoes or the dress she had been wearing earlier that night. She managed to escape but not before the men had dragged her back into the house, pulling her by her hair.After her dramatic escape, Chelsey went to the Northumbria Police who initially made six arrests after a rape exam showed two counts of semen on her body, one of which was actually found inside her. The men, however, were soon released on bail and moved to a safe house for their protection.
Almost a year later the police have refused to press charges and no prosecution has been made. The men remain on bail, currently living in a safe house funded by the UK taxpayer.
Today, Tommy Robinson, Chelsey’s family, The Rebel and I have set up a campaign. #JusticeForChelsey. For too long the police and the Crown Prosecution Service have been able to ignore, forget and purposely fail these young girls, all for the sake of political correctness and a fear of being called racist. In Rotherham the police purposely covered up what was happening to 1,400 girls and intentionally destroyed evidence. In Sunderland, Chelsey’s town, they haven’t even interviewed key witnesses.
That’s why we are demanding that the Independent Police and Crime Commissioner in Chelsey’s area, a Dame no less, personally intervene to make sure justice is done. You can Watch the full video below to hear Chelsey talk about the case in her own words and find out more about the heart-wrenching ordeal.
In the UK the statistics are staggering, Pakistani muslims make up 4% of the UK demographic, yet they account for 90% of rape gang convictions. Clearly there is a problem and it has been left to people like you and I to do something about it.
The first step in tackling this is to be able to even acknowledge the issue, something the police and the courts refuse to do. We must call it what it is without fear of being called racist. Once we, as a population can do that, we can begin prosecuting and dealing with this, and we can finally see justice for these girls.
To anyone who might be reading this in Canada or the US; this problem is coming. These ‘refugees’ and the bureaucrats who put them on our doorstep have you clearly in their sights. Unless you take action now, Rotherham and Sunderland may well become Toronto and DC.