An American man has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison in California for sexually assaulting four young boys and collecting naked photos and video of children while in China. Kelly J. Morrow was tried and sentenced by the U.S District Court for the Central District of California in Los Angeles this past Saturday.
A spokesperson for the district court told Chinese media that Morrow had raped the young boys and photographed thousands of young children while working on golf course construction projects in China. Morrow had lived in Beijing during the projects. The identities of the victims are unknown.
Federal prosecutors stated that Morrow, 49, had a collection of more than 6,000 nude images and videos of children. He had uploaded the photos to the Internet.
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Rape and childrape cases are vastly under-reported in China because 1) the police doesn't care if they can't make pocket money out of it, 2) if an uncle rape his nephew it becomes family matter and must be solved privately, 3) there is still pressure for women to be virgin 'till wedding night and not being so after a rape ruins 90% of their chances of ever finding a husband and 4) if the rapist or pedophile is a Party member/official or a rich guy then he is above the law and there can be no consequences. There was actually a disgusting story about a bunch of rich kids fuerdai (like 4 or 5 of them) gang raping a 13-years-old girl a couple of years ago and the judge decided to drop charges probably after receiving a bribe from the kids' parents, there was a public outrage for some time but then the government went on to censor everything related to that story. Fucking corrupt shithole.
Jul 26, 2016 16:26 Report Abuse
Yeah, I know the story random is talking about. He is the same kid who crashed his car and killed a women, then was shouting "do you know who my father is!". He recently got put in prison according to my wife (i can't remember what the crime was this time though)
Jul 27, 2016 17:31 Report Abuse
You guys need to hold up a second, did anyone find a link beyond QQ? Just searched bing and came up with nothing. 1000s of kids and he wasn't a teacher? How can you be convicted of rape committed in another country? How can someone working in construction come across 6000 kids? Tomorrow I will search using a vpn.
Jul 26, 2016 01:20 Report Abuse
The guy totally deserves to be raped by his inmates in prison. But this just proves that Murica's justice succeeded where China's failed. Also silly Foreigner, only Party members and fuerdais have the right to rape little girls in China. It is well known that comrade Mao had quite a few underage concubines in his time.
Jul 26, 2016 16:18 Report Abuse
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