They’re not allowed to have any contact with females 18 years old or younger.
“Detective Chief Superintendent Danny Long, of the West Midlands Police Public Protection Unit, said similar measures may be used to tackle the 75 live cases of child exploitation currently being investigated in Birmingham.”
If the injunctions are broken, the men could be jailed for up to two years for contempt of court but as there are no photographs of these men how will anyone know if they break the injunction ?
Is this justice on the cheap or the way forward ?
The injunction was won by authorities in Birmingham today against the six men – three of whom were found with the ‘vulnerable’ girl in a hotel room.
They can be named as Omar Ahmed, 27, Sajid Hussain, 40, Mohammed Anjam, 31, Naseem Khan, 30, Mohammed Javed, 33, and Alam Shah, 36, after a judge ruled it was in the public interest for their identities to be released.
That was despite the objections of West Midlands Police – who despite applying for the injunction, argued the men’s names should be kept secret to protect their private lives.