Two fugitive Dutch pedosexuals arrested in Ecuador


Child sex fugitives Marthijn U. and Lesley L. were arrested in Ecuador on Thursday evening, the organization Free a Girl reported on Friday. The organization made a significant contribution to the arrests and was also implicated in the arrest of Nelson M. in Mexico City in early June.

Like M., U. was convicted in the Netherlands for maintaining the banned pedo club Vereniging Martijn. This association was dissolved by the Supreme Court because its members glorified and encouraged sexual relations between adults and children.

U., 50, was sentenced to six months in prison, but fled before being detained. L. was sentenced in the Netherlands to ten weeks in prison for having made child pornography.

Free a Girl teamed up with its American counterpart Operation Underground Railroad and Ecuadorian authorities to arrest the couple. For example, the organization handed over incriminating information about U. and L..

According to Free a Girl, men in Ecuador are suspected of sexually abusing children. They allegedly lured children into their house promising to play video games, only to force the children to provide sexual services in exchange for candy. The two also organized parties, where children were assaulted and even raped, writes the organization. They would certainly have abused dozens of children.

Free a Girl founder Evelien Hölsken calls the arrests a clear message: “Even if you think you can avoid justice by hiding in villages on the other side of the world: justice will prevail. You don’t touch to children.”

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