The number of alleged rapes reported to police in London has risen by almost 20 per cent in a disturbing increase police are struggling to explain.
There were 7,613 reported rapes in the year to January, compared to 6,392 over the previous 12 months, according to figures collated by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC).
Often, lefties will brush off rape increases, by saying the hard work of deranged feminists flashing their tits at people in the name of sexual equality has made it easier for rape victims to come forward. That bullshit won’t sell this time, because Sir Craig Mackey, deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, said the rise could not be accounted for simply by more victims feeling able to report abuse or better recording practices. Oh, damn!
This is a massive turning point. Joanne McCartney, the deputy mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, told the meeting on Wednesday that Sir Craig’s statement was “the first time a senior officer has come to this committee and accepted that the increase in sexual violence may not just be about an increase in reporting and confidence”.
Scotland Yard has emphasised that the statistics emerged following an attempted rape and robbery by Nayed Hoque, 20, of Manor Park.
Sir Craig muttered, “there is something going on with sexual offending in London that we don’t fully understand.
“We see the end of it but we don’t understand the causes.”
Surely it has nothing to do with the increase in illegal immigration, as hordes of unskilled, aggressive, Sharia-praising thugs assemble in Calais, offering to kill us all?
Other data points are also damning. Between 2014 and 2016, the share of solved violent crimes attributed to asylum seekers increased to 13.3 percent from 4.3 percent — a disproportionately high share compared with the state’s foreign population. Bloomberg says this is “behavior that would go unpunished, or is even encouraged, [in their home countries]”.
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