I pray this is not so.
Am I being too presumptuous? Too paranoid?
Ok.. so I am jumping to conclusion after reading Rocky's latest posting on a Malaysian who was arrested at the Adelaide Airport in Australia after he was found to have 3 video files of child pornography in his laptop. He was (ONLY) fined by (AUS)$5,000 by an Australian court and his laptop was confiscated.
His name is Ahmad Said, 25 and a Malaysia Airlines co-pilot.
The pornographic files that he had were titled "Reped (sic) Victim", "10 year-old" and "High School Students".
His lawyer, in defence, said that Ahmad "was simply reckless", mitigating that those files were emailed to him and that he had not shown the files to anyone, nor was he going to disseminate them.
His conviction will ruin his career, his lawyer said.
The judge said a rape scene showed an underaged girl crying as she was forced to have sex with an older man.
The judge said :These are not victimless crimes. For every video that depicts such a scene, there is a victim."
He said there would be no market for child pornography without people like Ahmad.
That is why IT IS VERY VERY WRONG for anyone to be in possession of such videos/discs.
I really don't care for Ahmad's career. This guy is married and a father of 2. Can you believe that?
He should have not even accepted the e-mail and should have blasted the sender of the e-mail.
I'm bloody (to borrow our PM's expression) curious to know if the videos were Malaysian-made?
In any case, I think Ahmad may be able to help in investigations to child abductions in the country.
Little Sharlinie is still missing. Nurin is dead.
If I were the police, I'd want to talk to him when he returns home. I'd want to know who sent him those files.