Paedophile who targeted 2,000 victims sold child abuse as ‘box sets’

Abdul-Hasib Elahi, 26, is a sadistic blackmailer and paedophile (Image: National Crime Agency)

Abdul-Hasib Elahi, 26, posed as a stockbroker during his sick reign of terror and blackmailed victims into committing horrific abuse of themselves, siblings and children and sold the footage as “boxsets” to other offenders. His victims were as young as eight months old.

Elahi had previously admitted 158 offences including blackmail, disclosing private photos, distributing indecent images, causing a child to engage in sexual activity, fraud, possessing extreme pornography, causing or inciting the sexual exploitation of a child and possessing more than 65,000 indecent images of children – including babies being raped.

A court heard the offences were committed between January 1, 2017 and August 7, 2020.

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Source: Paedophile who targeted 2,000 victims sold child abuse as ‘box sets’

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By / Published On: June 7th, 2021 / Tags: / Categories: Child Abuse, Crime, News /

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