Pedophile who ‘wrote the Bible on child abuse’ deemed to be at low risk of reoffending by Australian judge
On Friday, an Australian court sentenced Geoffrey William Moyle, who sexually assaulted multiple children while filming the acts, to eight years and nine months in prison.
Going to prison: Moyle, 48, from Adelaide, Australia, pleaded guilty to sexually abusing Cambodian children aged 10 to 12 while allegedly working as a foreign aid worker for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, according to ABC Australia. The DFAT refuted the claim in January 2020.
A mother in Tokyo, Japan was arrested for the death of her 3-year-old daughter, who was left alone in their house for more than a week.
Saki Kakehashi reportedly admitted to the police that she left her daughter, Noa, in their home in Tokyo’s Ota Ward to visit her boyfriend in Kagoshima Prefecture on June 5, according to Kyodo News.
Micky Rife, 36, pleaded guilty to illicit sexual conduct earlier this year, admitting that he touched the girls under their clothing and inside or on their genital areas on more than one occasion.
A retired U.S. Marine captain who was previously sentenced to 210 years behind bars for raping young Cambodian girls in the early 2000s might still be able to taste freedom.
Michael Joseph Pepe, 65, was arrested in June 2006 for illegal sex acts involving seven girls aged 9 to 12 in Phnom Penh.
A father from Kitakyushu city, Japan was recently arrested after it was discovered he was using a shock collar for dogs to discipline his three children.
The 45-year-old man, whose name was not revealed, admitted to the police that he had used a stun device on his children, two daughters aged 11 and 13, and a 11-year-old son, when they disobeyed his rules, a police official told Reuters via Japan Today.
Leeds Crown Court in West Yorkshire, England has sentenced a former music teacher in Thailand to a five-year prison term for plotting the sexual abuse of Filipino minors.
James Alexander, a 42-year-old Leeds native, allegedly orchestrated the abuse of young girls while he was teaching at Bromsgrove International School in Bangkok.
A 12-year-old child from Luoyang in Henan China was left stranded in the street after being beaten by his mother for failing to get 95% on an exam.
The incident happened on February 22, when passers-by saw the mother beating the child on a Luoyang street. Concerned citizens immediately contacted the police when the woman left the boy on his own, the Daily Mail reported.
EXCLUSIVE: Lil Tay’s Father Accused of Inappropriate Nudity, Abuse and Child Neglect in Court Documents
Infamous child star Lil Tay is back in the spotlight after recent allegations of child abuse against her father surfaced.
NextShark exclusively obtained the official statements that reveal details of this alleged abuse which involves inappropriate nudity, locking the child in a dark closet, forcing Lil Tay to watch gruesome horror movies and neglecting to feed her. We have confirmed that the email we received, along with the official court orders, affidavits, and other documents regarding the detailed accounts of this abuse have come directly from Lil Tay’s family and official management team.
A video showing a father, who appears to be openly molesting his 5-year-old daughter on a train, sparked outrage on Chinese social media platforms.
Netizens expressed disappointment and anger toward the authorities’ investigation on the father’s behavior, which many found disturbing.
A newborn daughter miraculously survived a high fall after being thrown from a cliff by her own father.
Identified only by his surname Li, the father from Guangdong made the despicable attempt to kill his own child because he reportedly wanted a son instead.
A judge in Queensland, Australia was so horrified by a video of a 44-year-old man raping a 2-year-old girl in Thailand that adjourned the case for a full three days.
Judge Leanne Clare watched footage of Jason Daron Mizner’s crimes as part of evidence shown to the Brisbane District Court.
Indonesian police arrested a 29-year-old man who allegedly sold babies through an Instagram page that promises solutions for “someone’s disgrace.”
The man, identified only as “AP,” was among four people apprehended before a transaction took place in early September, Indonesian newspaper Kompas reported.