They agreed.” The girls were then sent to his hotel room, armed with hidden cameras.
Peter then interviewed them to find out how they were treated.
A Belgian journalist hidden in the name of Peter Bridge, went undercover investigation and made a shocking cybersex discovery in Iligan City Philippines. And to gain the trust of the ringleaders, he pretends to be a pedophile and his efforts bear fruit as he got invited into the sex dens.
He said, “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.
As stated, a reasonable person would reasonably expect it to be 16 considering the demonstrative evidence of many 16 year olds pregnant, with a family, in there own rented homes with a partner aged 18+ that have been married by the state for decades.
Yet as we know, a 16 year old cant by a pornographic magazine that depicts the acts she/he probably engages in every night with there lawfully wedded partner.
So if a citizen was to do the common sense thing and follow this logic and it is not concurred with the greater wisdom of the law that law could land a reasonable person (such as a 19 year old) on the register and in jail.
The rise of the internet comes along online predators who created cybersex dens and took advantage of poverty.
Dear Essex Police, I ask the following question under the freedom of information act 2000 and for the protection of children and freedom of adults under the Human Rights Act 1998.I note that the current age of sexual consent (regardless of gender or orientation) is 16 years old, unless the person is 18+ and IN A POSITION OF TRUST.