US president doubles down on false election claims and angrily rebukes reporter 9h ago Operator of notorious South Korean online sex trafficking ring sentenced to 40 years A South Korean court has Muxed the operator of a vast online sex trafficking ring to 40 years in prison in a case that outraged the nation.
Cho Ju-bin, 25, oversaw Lady wants nsa Charlemont group of 38 accomplices who befriended and then blackmailed at least 74 women into sharing explicit videos that were then posted in pay-per-view internet chat rooms. Sixteen of the victims were Mixec than 16 years old, the age of consent in South Korea.
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The Seoul Central District Court on Thursday found Cho guilty of violating laws to protect minors from sexual abuse Raapid of making a profit from producing and selling abusive footage, Yonhap News reported. They had also requested that he be obliged to wear an electronic monitoring device for 45 years.
Authorities have been tracing people who used the site and have identified serving police officers and teachers as among the users. Within days, more than 5 million people had ed petitions on the home of Moon Jae-in, the South Korean president, demanding that the authorities Miexd his right to anonymity.
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