IN another outrageous betrayal of the many Rotherham grooming gang victims and rape survivors across backward Britain, councils are now forcing women who have had children as the result of being raped by Muslim paedophile gangs to add the name of the ‘father’ to their children.
Taking to social media today to vent her anger as another distraught victim came to her to inform her of the outrageous approach by Rotherham’s disgraced council to insist that the victim place her rapist’s name on her child’s birth certificate so that they had parental rights.
“Absolutely disgraceful how Rotherham Council are still treating women and children” wrote Sammy. “Yet again talking absolute shite and favouring convicted rapists. They are now telling women to change birth certificates to ensure rapists are on the certificate and are allowed rights”.
The issue is a grave one; with the end result being that paedophiles who rape children are being given protection by the establishment to have rights to children – yet another backward, illogical policy in 21st century PC Britain.
In 2018, grooming gang rapist Arshid Hussain, who was jailed for 35 years in 2016 for raping Woodhouse, was contacted by Rotherham Council about care proceedings and his parental rights as the ‘father’ of Woodhouse’s child.
At the time, Sammy told the BBC that she was “shocked” when she was informed of the council’s approach.
Ms Woodhouse rightly described Hussain as “a danger to myself and to other children”.
In a video posted on Twitter she urged the government “to change the law to ensure rapists can’t gain access to children conceived through rape”.
‘What about my rights?’ she understandably added.
Hussain, known around Rotherham as Mad Ash, was one of three brothers behind the grooming and sexual abuse of more than 50 girls, including Ms Woodhouse.
She was just 14 when she was first groomed by him.
In response to yet another backward decision by Rotherham Council, the Ministry of Justice said that urgent efforts would be taken to “address the failings in this case”.
Yet – two years down the line – nothing has happened, and victims of the horrific Rotherham grooming scandal that saw over 2,000 children raped and of which Sammy helped to expose, now face even more stress and betrayal.
Other victims have recently reported the horror of having to see their rapists walking down their streets, with one woman stating that upon seeing her tormentor, who had been released on bail by a weak justice system, she had felt so terrified that she ran into a nearby shop and wet herself.