Nonce sentenced to 32 years plus 8 years extended license...

Awesome result by the NCA but the things he did may welll turn your stomach, I'm pretty sure 32 years is more that what you get for attempted murder

Abdul Elahi: Predator who blackmailed 2,000 victims and sold 'box sets' to paedophiles jailed for 32 years​

Elahi, 26, blackmailed his victims into abusing themselves, their siblings and children in what the National Crime Agency described as "some of the most sickening sexual offending" it has ever investigated.

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An online abuser and blackmailer has been jailed for 32 years for targeting around 2,000 victims around the world and forcing them to commit sex offences.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) describes the crimes of Abdul Elahi as "some of the most sickening sexual offending" it has ever investigated.

Elahi, 26, from Birmingham, blackmailed his victims into abusing themselves, their siblings and children and then sold the footage on as "box sets" to other paedophiles.

From his home in Sparkhill, he posed as a stockbroker or rich businessman on sugar daddy websites and singled out victims who were in debt or too young to legitimately be on the sites.

He would then trick them into sending him naked or partially clothed images of themselves, promising payments of thousands of pounds for the pictures.

He would then threaten to expose the images to the victims' family and friends unless they sent more pictures.

His offences included blackmailing victims to horrifically abuse themselves, siblings and children.

He made more than £25,000 from selling the pictures.

He was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday. When he's released from prison, he will be on licence for eight years.

Victims say they were asked for 'degrading' photos

Megan, whose name has been changed, says he contacted her through Instagram in 2018, offering her large sums of money for lingerie photos.

She says he told her he needed pictures of her IDs as a form of verification, and later threatened to send her lingerie photos to her parents' and work addresses if she did not meet his demands.

He "eventually asked for more and more naked photos and then more violent and graphic pictures - violence inflicting on myself, asking if I've got younger siblings, if I knew any close people that were younger than me... and then just got more and more graphic... just really degrading stuff".

"And then obviously you say no, and then he just reminds you of the addresses that he's got," she said.

She says she blocked him on social media and reported him to police.

"The basic message I got from them was just that I shouldn't have done it," she says, "and there's not really much they can do because it's through WhatsApp, which is all encrypted messaging.

"A lot of it for me was on Skype as well, so there was pretty much no evidence of the details of what he'd done."

Sonia, another victim whose name has been changed, says he approached her on Twitter offering to help her with her financial problems after she posted about them.

"At first, it was very minimal on what he's asking," she says. "He just asked for some basic pictures. And then he went on to videos, and then he requested for more degrading, quite hurtful videos, pictures."

When she eventually refused one of his requests, she says, "he became quite aggressive" and threatened to send pictures to her family and friends.

She says she told police and was later contacted by the NCA.

"It's really affected me with partners, particularly because anyone that I meet, I think, 'Have they already seen it? Do they know?'" she says.

'One of the largest online sexual grooming offences that we've seen'

Heather Wilkinson from the CPS says that by working with the NCA, they have removed more than 100,000 images that were posted by Elahi.

"In my experience, this is one of the largest online sexual grooming offences that we've seen," she says.

"Once he'd obtained the initial imagery from these women and children, he would use that to blackmail them.

"They were scared to say no. They were threatened. They were defenceless.

"He went on to ask them to commit serious sexual acts, humiliating, degrading imagery obtained from them. This was for his own perverse sexual interest, but also to trade online".

Elahi admitted 158 charges committed against 72 victims.

It's believed the true number of victims is close to 2,000 from 34 different countries.

Elahi explains how he approached victims online

In a recording of an interview while in custody, he can be heard describing his offending, and how he approached his victims online.

"Before anything, find out her financial situation," he tells an investigator. "Does she need the money today? How badly is she struggling."

He continues: "Once I had that info, OK, tell me how much money do you have?

"I'll give them my offer, and I'll say to them 'blah blah blah' I'm interested in paying you for some videos and pictures today. I'll give you between £500 and £2,000. If they were stupid, I could blag it and mention £10,000 or £20,000.

"Some of the girls would believe it and ask 'how can I make more money?' and I'd just say 'kinkier stuff'."

He goes on to admit that sometimes he would change his manner to become more frightening.

Selling images online was his full-time career

He carried out the abuse over the three-year period from 2017 to 2019.

During the offending, he was living in his family home and his only legitimate income was working for a short time in a McDonald's.

He eventually admitted that selling the images online was his full-time career and occupation.

He also acted as a mentor to other online abusers, training copycat offenders who also targeted some of his victims.

Tony Cook, head of child sexual abuse operations at the National Crime Agency, says it is "one of the most serious and complex cases we've had".

"We're dealing with an enormous amount of victims and an enormous amount of evidence… offending on a global scale," he says.

"This is an offender who was a careless, deviant, twisted individual who preyed on vulnerable people."
 
Awesome result by the NCA but the things he did may welll turn your stomach, I'm pretty sure 32 years is more that what you get for attempted murder

Abdul Elahi: Predator who blackmailed 2,000 victims and sold 'box sets' to paedophiles jailed for 32 years​

Elahi, 26, blackmailed his victims into abusing themselves, their siblings and children in what the National Crime Agency described as "some of the most sickening sexual offending" it has ever investigated.

skynews-abdul-elahi_5608526.jpg


An online abuser and blackmailer has been jailed for 32 years for targeting around 2,000 victims around the world and forcing them to commit sex offences.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) describes the crimes of Abdul Elahi as "some of the most sickening sexual offending" it has ever investigated.

Elahi, 26, from Birmingham, blackmailed his victims into abusing themselves, their siblings and children and then sold the footage on as "box sets" to other paedophiles.

From his home in Sparkhill, he posed as a stockbroker or rich businessman on sugar daddy websites and singled out victims who were in debt or too young to legitimately be on the sites.

He would then trick them into sending him naked or partially clothed images of themselves, promising payments of thousands of pounds for the pictures.

He would then threaten to expose the images to the victims' family and friends unless they sent more pictures.

His offences included blackmailing victims to horrifically abuse themselves, siblings and children.

He made more than £25,000 from selling the pictures.

He was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday. When he's released from prison, he will be on licence for eight years.

Victims say they were asked for 'degrading' photos

Megan, whose name has been changed, says he contacted her through Instagram in 2018, offering her large sums of money for lingerie photos.

She says he told her he needed pictures of her IDs as a form of verification, and later threatened to send her lingerie photos to her parents' and work addresses if she did not meet his demands.

He "eventually asked for more and more naked photos and then more violent and graphic pictures - violence inflicting on myself, asking if I've got younger siblings, if I knew any close people that were younger than me... and then just got more and more graphic... just really degrading stuff".

"And then obviously you say no, and then he just reminds you of the addresses that he's got," she said.

She says she blocked him on social media and reported him to police.

"The basic message I got from them was just that I shouldn't have done it," she says, "and there's not really much they can do because it's through WhatsApp, which is all encrypted messaging.

"A lot of it for me was on Skype as well, so there was pretty much no evidence of the details of what he'd done."

Sonia, another victim whose name has been changed, says he approached her on Twitter offering to help her with her financial problems after she posted about them.

"At first, it was very minimal on what he's asking," she says. "He just asked for some basic pictures. And then he went on to videos, and then he requested for more degrading, quite hurtful videos, pictures."

When she eventually refused one of his requests, she says, "he became quite aggressive" and threatened to send pictures to her family and friends.

She says she told police and was later contacted by the NCA.

"It's really affected me with partners, particularly because anyone that I meet, I think, 'Have they already seen it? Do they know?'" she says.

'One of the largest online sexual grooming offences that we've seen'

Heather Wilkinson from the CPS says that by working with the NCA, they have removed more than 100,000 images that were posted by Elahi.

"In my experience, this is one of the largest online sexual grooming offences that we've seen," she says.

"Once he'd obtained the initial imagery from these women and children, he would use that to blackmail them.

"They were scared to say no. They were threatened. They were defenceless.

"He went on to ask them to commit serious sexual acts, humiliating, degrading imagery obtained from them. This was for his own perverse sexual interest, but also to trade online".

Elahi admitted 158 charges committed against 72 victims.

It's believed the true number of victims is close to 2,000 from 34 different countries.

Elahi explains how he approached victims online

In a recording of an interview while in custody, he can be heard describing his offending, and how he approached his victims online.

"Before anything, find out her financial situation," he tells an investigator. "Does she need the money today? How badly is she struggling."

He continues: "Once I had that info, OK, tell me how much money do you have?

"I'll give them my offer, and I'll say to them 'blah blah blah' I'm interested in paying you for some videos and pictures today. I'll give you between £500 and £2,000. If they were stupid, I could blag it and mention £10,000 or £20,000.

"Some of the girls would believe it and ask 'how can I make more money?' and I'd just say 'kinkier stuff'."

He goes on to admit that sometimes he would change his manner to become more frightening.

Selling images online was his full-time career

He carried out the abuse over the three-year period from 2017 to 2019.

During the offending, he was living in his family home and his only legitimate income was working for a short time in a McDonald's.

He eventually admitted that selling the images online was his full-time career and occupation.

He also acted as a mentor to other online abusers, training copycat offenders who also targeted some of his victims.

Tony Cook, head of child sexual abuse operations at the National Crime Agency, says it is "one of the most serious and complex cases we've had".

"We're dealing with an enormous amount of victims and an enormous amount of evidence… offending on a global scale," he says.

"This is an offender who was a careless, deviant, twisted individual who preyed on vulnerable people."

32 year, plus 8 on extended license?

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Quicker, cheaper for the poor bloody taxpayer and guaranteed to prevent reoffending.
 
What about deportation when he's finished his sentence?..
 
What about deportation when he's finished his sentence?..
It may well be he is a British citizen, as it doesn't mention a deportation order, plus why grant extended license conditions when you can simply boot them out the country upon revoking their leave to remain.
 
Those 32 years in prison, if he lasts that long, are going to be full of grief, hurt, anguish, and pain, if the other lads don't get him, I'm sure an unfortunate accident will befall him, when being moved around the prison on "Movement"
I believe he has to do 2 thirds of that incarcerated, 21 years give or take? That's a stretch. The only friends nonces have are fellow nonces, few and far between, probably because they are hated even by the prison officers and prisoners will be inclined to smash their faces in?
 
Those 32 years in prison, if he lasts that long, are going to be full of grief, hurt, anguish, and pain, if the other lads don't get him, I'm sure an unfortunate accident will befall him, when being moved around the prison during "Movement" ;)

He'll be segregated with the other sex offenders. The, "Ordinary, Decent Criminals" - pardon me while I laugh - won't get anywhere near him, and his fellow kiddie-fiddlers will probably regard him as a celebrity.
 
I believe he has to do 2 thirds of that incarcerated, 21 years give or take? That's a stretch. The only friends nonces have are fellow nonces, few and far between, probably because they are hated even by the prison officers and prisoners will be inclined to smash their faces in?
Having worked in several prisons, any damage to him will be from the neck down, and all will be logged as unfortunate accidents.
 
Interesting that they protect his female victims who he blackmailed to abuse children

Does anyone believe for 1 minute if hed blackmailed men they would be protected as victims rather than attacked as cowards who hurt others to protect themselves.
 
I genuinely feel sorry for the children, they are the easiest prey for scum like this which puts him in a category that shouldn’t even exist. No matter how many people say children are tech savvy and smarter than we were as kids, it doesn’t change the fact they are naive as they haven’t the years of age experience behind them so make easy victims.
From the examples given of adult women who fell for this cünts scam it seems they were just looking for money and they picked the wrong benefactor and it backfired on them. Trading nuddies for cash to some anonymous cünt online isn’t going to generally turn out well and l think if these women abused any children to pay their debt, they should be imprisoned as well since they helped create the circumstances.
 
I genuinely feel sorry for the children, they are the easiest prey for scum like this which puts him in a category that shouldn’t even exist. No matter how many people say children are tech savvy and smarter than we were as kids, it doesn’t change the fact they are naive as they haven’t the years of age experience behind them so make easy victims.
From the examples given of adult women who fell for this cünts scam it seems they were just looking for money and they picked the wrong benefactor and it backfired on them. Trading nuddies for cash to some anonymous cünt online isn’t going to generally turn out well and l think if these women abused any children to pay their debt, they should be imprisoned as well since they helped create the circumstances.
You would be surprised how easily manipulated can be for money, especially when you don't have any.
 
You would be surprised how easily manipulated can be for money, especially when you don't have any.
No, actually l wouldn’t. I do know however that there is absolutely nothing, money wise, exposure of personal deeds, etc, that anyone decent can rationalize as an excuse to abuse a child.
 

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