Child pornography: Man gets 7-year jail, Rs1.2m fine in first-ever conviction

Child pornography: Man gets 7-year jail, Rs1.2m fine in first-ever conviction

Lahore (Staff Report): A court on Thursday awarded seven years imprisonment and a fine of Rs1.2 million to a man he found guilty of being part of global child pornography racket.


Muhammad Aamir Raza Baitu, a special judge for cyber crime cases, seven years jail and a fine of Rs1.2 million to the convict, Sadat Amin, resident of Sargodha.

A case was registered against Amin on April 11 last year by Deputy Director FIA Khalid Anees and prosecuted by Advocate Munam Bashir of FIA Cyber Crime Circle, Lahore.

During the investigation conducted by Assistant Director Cyber Crime FIA Muhammad Asif Iqbal, it was discovered that the man was part of a global child pornography racket spread across Sweden, Italy, United States and United Kingdom.

More than 650,000 pictures and videos related to child pornography were among the digital content seized from the man's possession.