Pattaya Daily News

21 January 2009 :: 12:01:43 pm 9627

Serial Italian Paedophile Caught Again Having Sex With Young Boy

An Italian paedophile who has a long history of assaults on Thai boys has been found again having sex with a young boy at the Charknok reservoir.
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At 6.00 pm on the 20th January, Mr. Supakorn Noja of the Child and Female Protection Squad was notified that a foreign man had been seen taking a Thai boy into a bush at the Charknok reservoir, Moo. 4, Huoyyai, Banglamung. Suspecting a case of child abuse concerned officials rushed to the scene to investigate. 

At the scene parked in the bush, well hidden from view, police found a blue motorbike [Platinum, PX 125] with no number plate. They also found a boy performing hand sex on a foreigner who was later identified as Mr. Mannari Massimo [51] from Italy. They were both naked.

Mr. Mannari Massimo, otherwise known as Allan, gave police a driving license which identified his address as 133/4 Moo. 12, Nongprue, Banglamung. Mr. Massimo had been arrested many times before, charged with similar offences.

Police searched his bag and found a video camera, a digital camera, a box of condoms and some used condoms.

According to the boy, Dahm [alias] , Mr. Massimo had taken him to this bush about three times. The first time, he approached him in front of his school and asked him if he wanted to go for a ride. Mr. Massimo told him that he would take the boy to a shopping mall to do some shopping but he ended up being brought to the bush. He was given 200 baht each time for performing hand sex on the Italian.

Dahm said he could not refuse each time the man approached him because he threatened to kill him if he told anybody. Mr. Massimo videoed each occasion they had sex.

Mr. Supakorn Noja said Mr. Massimo had been previously arrested on 23rd December 2008 when police caught him having sex with a 13 year old boy. His record of abusing boys had added up to more than 40-50 cases in the previous years.

He normally approached boys at the Wat Suthawat School. As an alternative he would take boys from the Sunee Plaza to hotel rooms instead of the bush.

Police revealed that Mr. Mannari Massimo had a wife but she couldn’t put up with his behaviour and so she had left him.


PDN writes:

The World Health Organisation includes paedophilia in the list of sexual disturbances. It is a psychiatric pathology which is part of the so-called sexual deviations, meaning disorders which involve an attraction for something unusual, like inanimate objects, or in this case, children.

There are no elements or studies which can be used to identify the causes of the disorder, nor scientific certainties. It is a psychiatric pathology and no chromosome, hormone or genetic alterations have been found which can identify a paedophile.

Italy has a particularly serious problem with paedophilia as illustrated by the figures:
– Since 1996 854 children have disappeared each year. Hundreds have still not been found
– 1000’s of cases have been tried for crimes involving abuse and mistreatment of minors. Half of these cases regard sexual violence
– An estimated 21,000 cases of paedophilia occur in Italy each year
– There are 15 Italian paedophilia organisations which call themselves “cultural”
– Italy ranks second in the world for “inclusive tours” to Thailand, sexual tourism in the quest for minor partners

And worldwide the story is even more horrifying:
– More than 2 million children are sexual slaves
– 7 children out of 1000 are subjected to violence
– The online paedophile market is worth more than 5 billion dollars
– The photos of children cost 30 dollars on average, but they can reach 100 if they depict violent scenes or with animals

(Source: Censis, Criminalpol, Telefono Azzurro, Centro Italiano for international adoptions)

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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