One of the renowned researching journalist and investigative documentary maker- Ross Kemp is known in the world of entertainment for his soap opera, known by the name ‘Eastenders’ telecasted on the BBC (British). In the documentary, Kemp played the role of a Thug personality called Grant Mitchell. This show was a breakthrough in Ross Kemp’s life, portrayed him as an East London tough guy.
Although the character and the frolics played by him for the documentaries were entirely fictional, but this is how Kemp started off carrying the thug personality, for real; meeting the criminals, going after gangsters, and interviewing psycho humans who endangered human race. In addition to that, he met homeless and poor people or those fallen into drug addiction, individuals carrying out an illicit trade or indulged in violence activities.
In this encounter, Kemp made a trip to India and investigated a human trafficker- Mr. Khan, who Mr. Khan belongs from West Bengal and confessed to the marketing of thousands of children into sex business and killing those who he could not sell.
“If the girls try to run away, or if there’s any trouble, then the girls are killed and buried”
Kemp painted an image of the psychopath by saying:
“He had gold rings on his fingers, a very nice car, and some bodyguards with him.
In the seven years tenure of his business, the culprit admitted to having lost the count of the lives of young girls he took; estimated to be ‘somewhere between 400 and 500’ and the adolescents- as young as 9 years of age that he auctioned to the highest bidder for sex were ‘3000 to 4000 or maybe more’, none of which were ever returned. He said:
“I’ve sold girls who are 12.”
Upon being inquired about the amount he gets paid from the buyers for the girls, he said
“A million taka (£8500 pounds) was the most I got.”
Ross Kemp exposed the tricks that Mr. Khan used to lure the girls.
“He worked as a honey trap, so he’d go into a village; shower a girl and her family with gifts. He’d say he was going to take her away somewhere lovely, but as soon as he had her on a train she’d be drugged. She’d wake up in a bed and be gang raped, then forced into prostitution through shame, without the ability to get back home. Even if she did make it home, would she ever be accepted by her family again? I’m not supposed to judge, but this was one of the times I found it very hard not to. He was trying to justify the killing of these girls by saying he would have been killed himself if he didn’t do it.”
Mr. Khan has over 75 traffickers now, functioning with him.
Kemp then asked Mr. Khan if he’d carry on murdering young lassies in order to save himself, he replied:
“If I’m having problems I’ll have to carry on killing.”
Upon this reply, Kemp got furious and said:
“Get him out of my sight, I’ll kill him.”
Kemp could not keep his emotions sound and said that he had to fight back his tears during his face-to-face interview with the maniac and that the killer “shocked” and “horrified” him. He said:
“Interviewing a guy who admits to killing 400 to 500 kids but doesn’t know exactly how many – that did make me cry.”
He resented the sociopathic executioner so much saying
“This is one of the most shocking things I’ve ever witnessed, and I’m sick,” “I had so much loathing for the man, I can’t tell you.” He said.