A 63-year-old Houma man was arrested after sexually abusing a child, authorities said.
giovedì 27 aprile 2017
The ‘Huanuco Monster’, ex police chief, raped 150 KIDS
A COP from Peru is accused of raping at least 150 kids in a sickening crime spree spanning more than a decade.
Carlos Eduardo Tumes Lopez, a former police chief who worked in the Office of Citizen Participation department in the city of Huanuco, has been charged with abusing children aged ten to 14 during an 11-year reign of terror.
Dubbed the "Huanuco Monster", Tumes Lopez, who sometimes worked with children as part of the job, was first arrested for an attack on one girl.
But after further investigation, prosecutors charged him with abusing at least 150 other children during the period in question.
Prosecutor Grace Perez Terrazas and prosecution coordinator Roberto Gerardo Lecaro Alvarado said police had found some incriminating videos on his computer.
The videos included images of children being sexually abused.
Local media reported that other police officers were involved and that victims and their families have been threatened not to come forward.
Prosecutors have urged parents to report any cases of their children being raped.
Tumes Lopez has been incarcerated in a prison in Potracancha for nine months as a preventative measure, while the inquiry continues.
He is being investigated for rape and harassment as well for offences involving images of the sexual abuse of children.
Interior Minister Carlos Basombrio Iglesias described the behaviour of the officer as "horrible".
He added: "He should be in prison. Everyone who commits crimes of sexual abuse should be strongly sanctioned, as was done in this case."
He also said that the man deserves a life sentence.
The dad-of-two from Melbourne, is in a Philippine prison charged with some of the vilest acts known to humanity.
His alleged crimes are so bad that authorities are considering reintroducing the death penalty to execute him.
He's been charged with numerous crimes, including child molestation, the murder of an 11-year-old Filipina girl, and the torture and sexual abuse of at least eight girls, including an 18-month-old infant.