Sydney children's ring leader lives near the primary school

The cruel mastermind of a child prostitution ring who saw girls as young as 12 forced to have sex with & # 39; fat old men & # 39 ;, lives in a taxpayer who is funded at home on the same street as a primary school.

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The now 29-year-old woman recently moved to the flat of the NSW housing center in western Sydney, a few miles from where she took out frightened young girls.

For three years, the wife and her sister let girls use drugs and forced them into sex slaves, with threats of violence, or sent to the streets if they refused.

Daily Mail Australia this week revealed that the woman – who cannot be called for legal reasons – has escaped the police since she left prison in 2017.

But despite her criminal past, she has been given a small apartment that runs past dozens of school children every day, to the great anger of child victims of crime advocates.

Kerrie Thompson, CEO of the Victims of Crime Assistance League (VOCAL), said her main concern was that the woman would not be able to resist the possibility of insulting again.

The leader of a child prostitution ring that has pimped young girls to fat old men is housed in a housing commission financed by the taxpayer right in the same street as a primary school

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The leader of a child prostitution ring that has pimped young girls to fat old men is housed in a housing commission financed by the taxpayer right in the same street as a primary school

The leader and her younger sister (middle) brought drugs to the girls and forced them to put on makeup and work as sex slaves between 2009 and 2012

The leader and her younger sister (middle) brought drugs to the girls and forced them to put on makeup and work as sex slaves between 2009 and 2012

The leader and her younger sister (middle) brought drugs to the girls and forced them to put on makeup and work as sex slaves between 2009 and 2012

& # 39; The predatory behavior that underlies a pedophile circle or a child sex ring does not simply go away because you are in prison, & # 39 ;, Thompson said.

& # 39; Her name has not been publicly released, so if the families at school discovered that they would be terrified that someone of that nature would live so close.

Defending victims Kerrie Thompson (photo) said that serious criminals have not lost their predatory instincts just by going to jail

Defending victims Kerrie Thompson (photo) said that serious criminals have not lost their predatory instincts just by going to jail

Defending victims Kerrie Thompson (photo) said that serious criminals have not lost their predatory instincts just by going to jail

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& # 39; We fear that the children at that school run the risk of being cared for.

& # 39; There is the assumption of some that if they pronounce a prison sentence, that this is the case, they are rehabilitated – but they must be strictly controlled. & # 39;

The woman received at least six years behind bars for her heinous crimes, but she has violated her conditional conditionality several times since her release.

After his release, the older sister was placed in the child protection register and will cease until at least 2032.

As part of this, she had to keep the police informed of her home address and had to check in at a police station once a year.

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But within a few months of her release, she had violated these conditions.

Judicial documents reveal that in September 2017 the police knocked on her door for a routine check, only to discover that the woman had not lived there for a while.

The ring worked in darkened parking garages and motels such as The Grandstand (photo) at Warwick Farm, where a room only costs $ 49 for half a day

The ring worked in darkened parking garages and motels such as The Grandstand (photo) at Warwick Farm, where a room only costs $ 49 for half a day

The ring worked in darkened parking garages and motels such as The Grandstand (photo) at Warwick Farm, where a room only costs $ 49 for half a day

The rooms where the young girls were forced to have sex with & # 39; fat old men & # 39; were graffiti on the walls, soiled furniture and filthy showers (photo)

The rooms where the young girls were forced to have sex with & # 39; fat old men & # 39; were graffiti on the walls, soiled furniture and filthy showers (photo)

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The rooms where the young girls were forced to have sex with & # 39; fat old men & # 39; were graffiti on the walls, soiled furniture and filthy showers (photo)

Online reviews describe The Grandstand (photo) as & # 39; the worst motel ever & # 39 ;, with one resident saying & # 39; I wouldn't put my dog ​​in it, let alone my family & # 39;

Online reviews describe The Grandstand (photo) as & # 39; the worst motel ever & # 39 ;, with one resident saying & # 39; I wouldn't put my dog ​​in it, let alone my family & # 39;

Online reviews describe The Grandstand (photo) as & # 39; the worst motel ever & # 39 ;, with one resident saying & # 39; I wouldn't put my dog ​​in it, let alone my family & # 39;

Despite concerns about the risk she has for children, it took more than a month for the police to locate and arrest her, before she got a good behavioral mark in court.

The woman remained out of trouble for the next 18 months, until she again failed to meet her reporting obligations in March of this year.

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When she couldn't come to the police station at any time for the entire month to check her in every year, an arrest warrant was issued for her arrest.

& # 39; What can I say, I have been hurt. The phone I remembered was destroyed, & she told the police after being arrested on April 8.

She met with the local court in Liverpool on June 13 and received a two-year Community Corrections Order, as well as the assignment to do 90 hours of community work.

During her first lawsuit in the District Court at Downing Center in 2012, the court heard that she and her sister had IQ & # 39; s in the lowest percent of the population.

With the help of the attraction of illegal drugs or, in some cases, just a roof over their heads, the sisters turned to girls who were homeless, fostered just outside of the juvenile detention center.

They connected with the girls through mutual friends or even on Facebook.

The ring worked in darkened parking garages and motels like The Grandstand at Warwick Farm, where a room only costs $ 49 for half a day.

From 2009 the child sex ring saw that girls had their first sexual encounters with & # 39; fat old men & # 39; in the direction of the sisters.

In one case, the youngest girl (12) was pimped to three different men in three days.

The (pictured) woman, who cannot be named, was imprisoned for a minimum of six years, but since her departure in 2017, the police have regularly encountered problems since the release.

The (pictured) woman, who cannot be named, was imprisoned for a minimum of six years, but since her departure in 2017, the police have regularly encountered problems since the release.

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The (pictured) woman, who cannot be named, was imprisoned for a minimum of six years, but since her departure in 2017, the police have regularly encountered problems since the release.

The younger brother (left) - who cannot be identified either - was sentenced to a minimum of four years behind bars

The younger brother (left) - who cannot be identified either - was sentenced to a minimum of four years behind bars

The younger brother (left) – who cannot be identified either – was sentenced to a minimum of four years behind bars

& # 39; Just do it … you will do it in life anyway, & # 39; one of the sisters told a girl who said she didn't want to be a prostitute.

When the girls told the sisters that they didn't want to do it, they were threatened.

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When they called for help or cushions hung over their faces so that they did not have to look into the eyes of the much older men, the women next door listened.

A sex slave, 13 years old, was advertised to customers as & # 39; very beautiful, size 10, big tits and black hair & # 39 ;.

& # 39; I was so alone … I still live in fear of going out on the street, going nowhere and not loving anyone anymore & # 39 ;, another 13-year-old girl told a courtroom.

Just do it … you will do it in life anyway

The younger sister of a young sex slave

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Dr. Cathy Kezelman, an expert in the trauma of child sexual abuse and the president of the Blue Knot Foundation, said that Daily Mail Australia, subjected to such gruesome sexual attacks, could stay forever

& # 39; To be sexually abused as a child, especially since it is at an age that your sense of self is still developing, it can affect you in almost any way & # 39; Kezelman.

& # 39; It can really affect your self-esteem and self-esteem. Children don't have the words or the understanding to deal with what happens to them and they can really have trouble going through life.

& # 39; They can often try to manage stress with alcohol and drug use, while many develop eating disorders and have difficulty keeping a job.

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& # 39; It's not just a matter of getting up and continuing … it can take a while. & # 39;

After years of working in secret, the sex ring began to unravel in 2012 when the sisters made an appointment to rob one of their clients during his meeting with a young girl.

Rino Raymond Mura, 58, was sitting in the back seat of his car with a young girl when one of the sisters' friends knocked him off by the knife.

Rino Raymond Mura, 58, was sentenced to at least four years in prison

Rino Raymond Mura, 58, was sentenced to at least four years in prison

Bassam Darwich, 57, a father of six, was sentenced to a minimum of 20 months in prison

Bassam Darwich, 57, a father of six, was sentenced to a minimum of 20 months in prison

Rino Raymond Mura (left), 58, was sentenced to at least four years in prison. Bassam Darwich (right), 57, a father of six, was sentenced to a prison sentence of at least 20 months

He called the police to report the attack, but when officers arrived and found him in the young girl's company, they began to put the pieces of the puzzle together.

Three months later they arrested the two sisters, Mura and three other male customers.

By sentencing Mura to a prison sentence of at least four years, Judge Penelope Wass said that child prostitution rings could not take place without & # 39; willing customers & # 39 ;.

Bassam Darwich, 57, a father of six, was sentenced to a minimum of 20 months in prison, a sentence to which the Crown appealed unsuccessfully.

Trevor Andrew Weger, 56, was imprisoned for three years after being found guilty of using a child prostitute four times.

Another man, who, like the sisters, cannot be called, avoided the prison but was placed on an intensive correction order of 20 months (ICO).

The younger brother or sister's non-pooling period was four years, while the older sister will be conditional until 2020.

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