Germany jails couple for pimping young son online

Germany jails couple for pimping young son online

A German couple have been jailed for selling their 9-year-old son to paedophiles for sex on the dark web.

German prosecutors have also gone after other suspected members of the pedophile ring.

She received a jail term of 12 and a half years, and the stepfather was sentenced to 12 years for the torment they put her son, aged nine at the time, through.

A Spanish man, Javier Gonzalez Diaz, was sentenced to ten years in prison after paying the couple for the boy to carry out sexual acts on him.

Police arrested the couple a year ago after being tipped off by an anonymous person.

A German mother and her partner were convicted and jailed Tuesday for repeatedly raping the woman's young son and selling him to pedophiles on the internet, abusing him for more than two years in a case that has horrified the country.

The mother's partner, who already had a previous conviction of serious child abuse, confessed to the court in June that he was the "driving force" behind the crimes.

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The stepfather has a previous conviction for paedophilia.

Freiburg police chief Peter Egetemaier said that the investigation into the couple had led them to around 20 other people who are now under investigation for child sexual abuse based on confiscated images and video footage.

In the following months, the court said, the woman organized assaults on a 2-year-old girl she occasionally looked after.

The couple was also ordered to pay 42,500 euros ($49,200) in damages to the boy and another victim, a girl.

Local authorities have been accused of failing to protect the boy from his abusive parents, after officials removed him from his home, but returned him back weeks later.

"A local youth welfare office took custody of the child in March 2017, when it became known that Christian L. - who is subject to a child contact ban - was living in the same house", Deutsche Welle reported.

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