Pedophile deported from Great Britain is arrested in Pakistan
The Save the Children pedophile who was deported to Pakistan after serving a British prison sentence was arrested in his home country for & # 39; kidnapping a 13-year-old boy and rape for four days & # 39;
- Sohail Ayaz is suspected of kidnapping, drugging and raping a 13-year-old boy
- The police suspect that he & # 39; the dark web & # 39; used to distribute images of child pornography in Pakistan
- He was deported from Britain after he was found guilty in 2009 of being charged with having sex with children
A Pakistani pedophile and former Save The Children employee who was deported from Britain after he was convicted 10 years ago of indictment for sex with children has been arrested in his home country after alleged kidnapping of a teenager.
Sohail Ayaz is suspected of kidnapping a 13-year-old, drugging him and raping him for four days while filming his attack on Rawalpindi.
Authorities say Ayaz has announced that he has raped 30 children in Pakistan and is suspected of the & # 39; dark web & # 39; to distribute child pornography.
The police arrested him after the boy's mother had reported that her son had been taken out of her house, according to Dawn.
Sohail Ayaz (pictured in Pakistani police custody) is suspected of kidnapping a 13-year-old, drugging him and raping him for four days while filming his attack in Rawalpindi
Reportedly, Ayaz threatened the boy's family and warned that he would upload the pornographic videos he'd filmed to social media if they went to the police.
Rawalpindi police today confirmed that the suspect was the same man who had been imprisoned in Britain.
Ayaz & # 39; s conviction in the UK in 2009 attracted a lot of attention because he had previously worked for the charity Save The Children.
Sohail Ayaz (pictured at the time of his arrest in the UK in 2009) is suspected of kidnapping and raping a teenager in Pakistan
He was arrested that year at the charity's headquarters and thousands of child porn images were discovered at his home in Barking, East London.
Some images showed six month old babies & # 39; s and others showed & # 39; distressed & # 39; young people tied up or blindfolded.
Ayaz also admitted there were two graves with 397 indecent photos of children and another 112 video clips.
Further investigation revealed that the Pakistani national had also abused a young boy in another country.
He sent photos of his attacks on the younger to a fellow pedophile in Britain, the court heard at the time.
When he was 35 years old, he pleaded guilty to a series of sexual offenses in 2009 and was imprisoned for four years.
Southwark Crown Court heard that he had not had access to vulnerable children through his charity work, but may have applied for the job in the hope that he would.
& # 39; A very disturbing and disturbing aspect of this case is that you have sought and obtained work at a well-known charity for children, & # 39; said the judge at the time.
& # 39; Now I am sure that in the circumstances of this case you have not had access to vulnerable children.
& # 39; Nevertheless, there is concern that you were attracted to this work because you may have found that it would give you access to such children. & # 39;
At the time of his conviction in the United Kingdom, he was also wanted in Italy because of an alleged ring of child abuse in Romania.
He was later sentenced there and subsequently deported by the Italian authorities.
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