Cybersex women in belgium
The recent capture of Peter Scully in the Philippines has just shown how widespread the illegal cyber-sex industry in the Philippines is.
It's scary to think that right under our noses is an illegal sex trade that thrives on victimizing young children, robbing them of their innocence and youth.
He first went to a den in Iligan City, where he met a lot of underage girls who were involved in the sex trade.
He shares, "They gave me a selection of girls to choose from, between the ages of 11 and 17. I told them I was interested in having six girls, two every night – 15 and 17, 11, 13 and then younger.
Barangay Soom with a population of 1716 according to the 2010 population census was home for five years of the Belgian after his house in Barangay Camambugan, Ubay was stoned by irate residents.
The Chronicle learned that Slachmuylder was a holder of a Special Resident Retiree Visa (SRRV) but was changed to temporary visitor visa after he withdrew his deposit to pay for an illness.
Belgian Journalist "Peter Bridge," whose real name has been hidden in order to protect his identity, has exposed the shocking truth behind cyber-sex dens in the Philippines.
A team of National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents caught “in flagrante delicto” a 76 year old Belgian national Prosper Slachmuylders allegedly naked and in a supine position with a similarly naked girl lying prone on top in Purok 2 Barangay Soom, Trinidad, Bohol during a raid conducted in the early morning of June 27, 2015.
Atty Czar Nuqui, Chief of the NBI’s Anti Human Trafficking Division (AHTRAD), in an exclusive interview, told The Chronicle that more than a hundred pictures showing more than twenty young girls from Barangay Soom and neighboring barangays in different stages of undress were discovered in the room of the Belgian national.
On 2011, according to Department of Social Welfare and Development, Bohol Crisis Intervention Center Acting Manager Donabelle Mante, Slachmuylder was accused of child abuse by the Tagbilaran City Police but the case was dropped by the City Prosecutors Office after the parents of the two minors who were with him suddenly withdrew the case against the Belgian national.
Cases for violation of provisions of RA 9208 or the “Anti Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003, RA 7610 or the “Special Protection of Children Against Abuse, Exploitation and Discrimination Act” and RA 9775 known as the “Anti Child Pornography Act of 2009 will be filed by the NBI against Prosper Slachmuylder on Tuesday, June 30, 2015 at the Provincial Prosecutors Office, according to Nuqui.