British Police Accused Of Covering Up Syrian Migrant Sex Attack On 14 Year Old Girls

A Syrian who was featured on Newsnight has been charged along with three other Syrian migrants of sexual assault on two 14 year old girls. Police have been accused of “covering up” the attack after failing to report it to the public. Four Syrian migrants have been charged for the sex attack on the teenagers in a Newcastle park. Omar Badreddin, 18, Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, and Mohammad Allakkoud, 18, all pleaded not guilty at Newcastle Crown Court on Friday.  A 16 year old has also been charged but has yet to enter a plea. The paper reported that police were accused of burying the allegations that a gang of Syrian migrants sexually assaulted two young girls. Despite the fact Northumbria Police claims to have made sexual violence a top priority, the force announced the case to neither the public nor the press. The Daily Mail reported that Northumbria Police did, however, publish more than 1oo incidents and public appeals, including sexual assaults, in the same month as the alleged attacks, on its website but not the case involving the Syrian migrants. Crimes the force did publicise included “cannabis compost” being given to a garden group, the theft of wetsuits and