The disgusting leader of a child sex gang is going to be set free from prison 17 years early.
34-year-used Mubarek Ali is currently five years into his 22-year prison sentence for his role in the Telford gang.
Ali and another ringleader targeted girls as young as 13 for two years straight.
He was caught during Operation Chalice in 2013.
In a drastic turn of events, however, Ali is set to be released approach November.
Telford MP Lucy Allen slated the decision, saying it could risk putting Ali in the same community that he preyed on.
In an open letter to the Shropshire Star, she wrote:
Victims and members of the public would own expected a 22-year-used sentence to mean that the community could own time to heal and victims would be able to rep on with their lives.
What we see in this case is that one the main perpretrators is being released into the community only five years the trial.
This is clearly of huge, immense concern to victims in this case, particularly those gave evidence in court.
Fellow ringleader Ahdel Ali, 27, was sentenced to 26 years imprisonment.