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With the cooperation of Australian and Malaysian authorities, the world’s most sought after 14-year activity of Sarawak pedophiles will be completed.Malaysia

Datuk Sri Fatima Abdullah, Minister of Welfare, Community Welfare, Women, Family and Child Development, thanked the authorities for tracking, prosecuting and punishing Aladdin for the horrific crimes he committed. — Borneo Post Photo

Kuala Lumpur, September 5 — Sarawak, one of the world’s most sought after pedophiles working in Lundu, was finally arrested and imprisoned for 18 years thanks to the joint efforts of Australia and Malaysia. .. authorities.

According to a Sydney-based report Sydney Morning HeraldThe arrest of 40-year-old Alladin Lanim, one of the world’s most sought after pedophiles, initially listed his online alias as one of the top 10 criminals in the world in 2019. It is said to have originated from reports from internal police. By exploiting children on the internet.

Aladdin posted on the dark web about his exploit, detailing the abuse given to children between the ages of 2 and 16. He has been doing it since 2007 and has linked to over 1000 images and videos depicting sexual abuse of minors, officials said.

“He had so many casualties that he became a top priority,” said Sergeant Daniel Bernicle, a senior officer on behalf of AFP in Kuala Lumpur. ..

The capture of Aladdin, made possible by the efforts of the Australian authorities, consisting of expert investigators from the Australian Federal Police (AFP), Queensland Police and the Australian Center for Transaction Reporting and Analysis (AUSTRAC), opened a breakthrough in August 2020. I did.

Prior to August 2020, authorities had nothing about the individuals they were pursuing other than his anonymous online profile.

At the breakthrough, experts from the Australian Center for Child Exploitation Countermeasures Victim Identification Unit first came across a social media image of a man they suspected they were looking for.

The image was then sent to investigators from the Royal Malaysian Police, the US Department of Homeland Security, and KL-based AFP officers to identify the man’s name.

“They are looking at images that are trying to figure out where the place is so they can follow up. On the dark web, it’s all very difficult to track people.

“It’s just a slow, systematic combustion,” said Bernicle.

A further breakthrough was achieved at AUSTRAC this year after the team came across the same image that was transferred from Australia to Malaysia a few months ago, but this time with identification information attached.

In July, Australian investigators assisted Malaysian authorities in tracking Aladin to the state’s Covid-19 Quarantine Center after returning to Sarawak after a trip to the Malaysian Peninsula.

Upon being discharged from the center on July 5, Aladdin was detained, and then 18 cases in August after investigators provided prosecutors with a package of materials identifying about 34 victims he had abused. Convicted of sexual offense.

For his heinous crime, Aladdin was sentenced to a total of 18 years and 6 months in prison and 15 wand blows.

“Of course, this (survey) was all done during Covid’s period, making it even more difficult to just travel around the country and do a basic field survey.

I hope this case becomes like the learning experience we use here and says, “This is what happened. How can we do better for the next time?” Police are needed to combat this type of crime, “Burnicle added.

Meanwhile, Datuk Sri Fatima Abdullah, Minister of State Welfare, Community Welfare, Women, Family and Child Development, reportedly said: Borneo post She thanked the authorities for tracking, prosecuting, and punishing Aladdin for the horrific crimes he committed.

https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2021/09/05/australian-malaysian-authorities-collaboration-ends-worlds-most-wanted-sara/2003113 With the cooperation of Australian and Malaysian authorities, the world’s most sought after 14-year activity of Sarawak pedophiles will be completed.Malaysia

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