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Crime "You can't imagine it" - investigators cover nationwide abuse on

16:25  06 june  2020
16:25  06 june  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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Münster. According to investigations by the Münster police into serious sexual abuse of children, eleven suspects have been arrested. The victims are three children. The investigators should have seen "unbelievable" pictures, said the responsible chief of crime.

 Ein Siegel des Polizeipräsidiums Münster klebt in Brandenburg an einer Haustür. © Paul Zinken A seal of the police headquarters in Münster sticks to a front door in Brandenburg.

The investigators said there were six men and one woman. The main accused is a 27-year-old from Münster. In addition, it is his mother from Münster and men from Staufenberg, Hanover, Schorfheide, Kassel and Cologne. Three children were identified as victims. The investigators said that they were 5, 10 and 12 years old.

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The main suspect is a 27 year old IT technician. Investigators have found large amounts of data carriers that have been encrypted in a highly professional manner, Chief of Police Commissioner Joachim Poll said in Münster on Saturday. To date, the investigators have not been able to decrypt all the data. Poll spoke of elaborate, tricky and technology-intensive investigations. The 27-year-old worked in a farm in the Coesfeld district for IT technology.

In the event of abuse, four men took turns sexually abusing a five- and a ten-year-old boy in a gazebo for hours. This resulted in the evaluation of an already deleted hard disk, which the investigators had found hidden in a false ceiling.

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The investigators found a fully furnished, air-conditioned server room in a basement in Münster. Poll was 27-year-old suspect. According to initial knowledge, the storage volume of the saved data is over 500 terrabytes. Poll spoke of several hundred evidence of found IT technology.

The police in Frankfurt (Oder) had already confirmed searches in Finowfurt in Brandenburg in a residential building and an allotment garden on Friday. A spokeswoman for the police said the operation involved child pornography. The action was planned and carried out by officials from North Rhine-Westphalia. The Brandenburg colleagues only provided support.

North Rhine-Westphalia has hit the headlines with several cases of serious sexual abuse of children since early 2019. The Lügde case first became known. At a campsite in the Lippe district, children had been sexually abused hundreds of times by several men for years. The district court Detmold sent the perpetrators to prison in autumn 2019.

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investigations into a nationwide child pornography exchange ring had begun in Bergisch Gladbach near Cologne in October 2019 and now extend to all federal states. In NRW alone, over 20 suspects are being investigated. At the end of April, a first trial against two 39-year-old men had started in Mönchengladbach.

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