Paedophile posed as Single Mum to instigate Child Sex Abuse

Paedophile Samraj Kundi, from Baildon, West Yorkshire, pretended to be a single mother online in order to instigate child abuse.

Paedophile posed as Single Mum to instigate Child Abuse f

"you encouraged the commission of vile offences against children."

Vile paedophile Samraj Kundi, aged 29, from Baildon, West Yorkshire, has been jailed for five-and-a-half years for encouraging child abuse.

He posed as a single mother and dominatrix named ‘Mistress Sarah’ online to encourage parents to sexually abuse their own children.

Bradford Crown Court heard that Kundi had recently been released from a two-year prison sentence. He had set up the ‘Open Minded Parents’ internet group where he distributed indecent images.

The group, which has since closed down, saw Kundi pretending to be a woman who sexually abused her own children and instigated other paedophiles to do the same.

Nick Adlington, the prosecutor, explained that an undercover officer chatted to ‘Mistress Sarah’ on the internet group.

Kundi posed as a single mother from Liverpool who was “into action, not fantasy” and who was going to “play with” her two-year-old daughter that night.

In Skype conversations, Kundi made disgusting suggestions to other people, urging the abuse of young children, even babies.

Kundi’s home on Woodcot Avenue was raided by police on January 22, 2018.

His phone web browser was set to “private” which was in breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order made when he was jailed in April 2015 at Leeds Crown Court.

He had sent horrific child abuse images to other paedophiles. One photo showed a naked nine-year-old girl tied to a bench and being molested.

Mr Adlington explained that the convicted paedophile was released on April 20, 2016, and began committing new offences within three months.

Kundi admitted to 12 charges of intentionally arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sexual offence and two counts of breach of the Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

Kundi’s barrister Gerald Hendron told the court that his client had stopped offending in 2017 but relapsed because of low mood and anxiety.

Mr Hendron explained that he was from “a thoroughly reputable family who are devastated by his behaviour and have to carry the stigma”.

Judge David Hatton QC said: “This was a course of conduct involved various chats online in which you encouraged the commission of vile offences against children.”

Judge Hatton added that Kundi was a dangerous offender who posed a high risk of causing serious harm to children in the future.

An NSPCC spokesperson said:

“Kundi has shown no remorse for his depraved actions in which he orchestrated sickening abuse.”

“And he clearly represents a significant danger to children.

“It is imperative that tough legislation is introduced to make the internet a safer place and sick-minded individuals like Kundi are not only brought to justice but their actions prevented in the first place.”

Samraj Kundi was sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison on May 31, 2019. He will spend at least three years and eight months behind bars. He may stay in jail for the whole of his sentence.

Kundi will then be on an extended six-year licence period reported the Telegraph and Argus.

Dhiren is a journalism graduate with a passion for gaming, watching films and sports. He also enjoys cooking from time to time. His motto is to “Live life one day at a time.”


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