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Two of the men - former law student Sharear Islam-Miah and Abdilahi Ahmed - were found guilty of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by interfering with the deliberations of members of a jury. The charges were in relation to a ‘cash for crash’ manslaughter trial held at the court in February this year.
SEVERAL men accused of a catalogue of child sex offences have appeared in court.
The 17 men were arrested after dawn raids in Oxford and Banbury last month as part of Operation Nautical, a police inquiry into child sexual exploitation.
Images showed a car being slowly driven down Park Street, at the rear of the court building, as jurors were filmed after the fire evacuation.A further man Waqas Hussain, 24, of no fixed abode, appeared via video link.The 11 men, who are expected to enter their pleas on July 14, were told a provisional trial date had been set for January 2. At an earlier hearing, Oxford Magistrates’ Court heard Shabir Dogar had been charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl, rape of a girl, causing or inciting a girl to engage in sexual activity and sexual assault of a girl.Hamid was charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl and two counts of rape of a girl, while Iddris was charged with three counts of conspiracy to rape a girl and rape of a girl.
Hafiz was charged with 11 counts of rape of a girl and inciting a girl to engage in sexual activity, while Ateeq Hussain was charged with five counts of rape of a girl and two of inciting a girl to engage in sexual activity.The plot failed after the judge in the case took the unusual step of dismissing the jury and trying the case alone.