When a 23-year-old child trafficker from Cebu with the moniker ‘Savage Girl’ got arrested, people were ready to kill her for the heinous crimes she has committed. She was in cahoots with Australian pedophile Peter Gerard Scully, who was her live-in partner.
The two of them were arrested on counts of human trafficking and cyber pornography. Cebu Daily News reported that a piece of footage was also retrieved from the suspects, which was named ‘Destruction of Daisy’.
The footage featured a naked toddler hanging upside down with her hands tied together and her legs drawn apart. The toddler was identified as ‘Daisy’ and was shown crying incessantly while being tortured and sexually assaulted by Liezyl Margallo, the aforementioned ‘Savage Girl’.
‘Daisy’ was repeatedly whipped with a belt while Margallo dripped hot wax on her genitals using a melted candle. Her mouth was also covered in duct tape in order to prevent her from crying out too loudly.
It was described by the National Bureau of Investigation as the “worst video” they have ever seen in their campaign against child pornography. According to them, the video also featured at least nine more children who were subjected to the same horrendous method of torture.
Lawyer Janet Francisco, head of the NBI’s Anti-Human Trafficking Division, said: “It was too much. There are really just some people who are not afraid of God.”
“Children were treated like dolls. They were tortured and exposed to too much pain. Anyone who do that is not normal. I could not help but cry when I saw the video.” She continued.
The video, unfortunately, made its way online and was shared by several netizens before it was taken down. Some even shared it to boost the traffic of their pages but PNP warned the public that they would have to take action against those people.
The PNP warned the public that they would have to arrest anyone who dares to upload and share the video online. According to them, it violates the Anti-Child Pornography Act of 2009. Anyone who would be caught will face reclusion perpetua and a fine of 750,000 to one million pesos.
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Source: PHR, TNP