Category Archives: Crimes

Online Child Trafficking Arrested



A man who put an ad on the Internet/online to sell his biological son who was a year old and her daughter who was four years in Jiangxi Province, east China, has been thrown into jail for allegedly abducting and selling babies. The man, surnamed Li who, put an ad in an Internet forum Xiamen City, Fujian Province, southeast China, earlier this year, when he became a fugitive in the case of robbery and carjacking committed in his hometown, Jiujiang. Li has offered to sell her children at a price of 60,000 yuan in cash.

a volunteer anti-smuggling in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, south China, knows that advertising in mid-April, then contact the ad writer to confirm the authenticity of the ad. Guangzhou Volunteers then notify the case to the other volunteers in Xiamen, who called the police and kept in touch with the seller babies. Police personnel in civilian clothes and a volunteer posing as a buyer to catch Li in Xiamen. To prevent the Li hurt these babies, women volunteers were using candy to create a calm all these babies and hold them before the police arrested Li.

In the subsequent police interrogation, Li argued that the child is hers and selling them is not a criminal offense. Li’s parents before the child’s care, which was born by two Li’s girlfriend, and bear their own costs. Li’s parents told police that Li and then all of a sudden take away the children, and guessed Li wanted to buy something for these kids. Li was sentenced to 17 years in prison for crimes they have committed. Online child trafficking was arrested after a woman set up by volunteers.


Tourists from the U.S. on Trial for Sex Tourism

The third suspect was the first trial under a new law designed for U.S. citizens who do fantasy sex in Cambodia. Operation Act Traveler Twisted is an initiative that the Department of Justice and Office of the U.S. Customs and Immigration to take action against the suspects for sex tourism.

“The men think they can satisfy their sick desires by leaving the U.S. to hunt the prey of children in other countries, but they are wrong,” said U.S. attorney, Thomas P O’Brian, in a statement. “We are now working with officials in other countries to prosecute sex tourists and provide the protection that we can for the children in the world.”



Ronald Boyajian (49), Eric Peeters (41), and Jack Sporich (75) charged with having sex with children under the age with a maximum penalty of 30 years. They began to trial in federal court, Tuesday 1 September 2009 local time.

Boyajian went to Cambodia in September 2008 and pay a Vietnamese girl’s 10-year-old for sex.  Peeters had sex with at least three boys Cambodia. He gave the boy’s third parent money and rice, and pay the two boys between 5 to 10 U.S. dollars. Sporich having sex with at least one boy Cambodia. Witnesses said, Sporich riding a motorcycle through the streets in the town of Siem Riep Cambodia and then dropped the money to attract the attention of children.