PAEDOPHILE WHO POSED AS SINGLE MOTHER TO INCITE PARENTS TO ABUSE THEIR OWN CHILDREN IS JAILED. Posing as “Mistress Sarah”, Samraj Kundi said he was “into action, not fantasy”

June 2, 2019
Alessio Perrone

A paedophile who pretended to be a single mum online to encourage parents to abuse their children, has been jailed for five and a half years.
Samraj Kundi set up an online group called “Open Minded Parents”, where he posed as a single mother who abused her own children, Bradford Crown Court heard.
He then encouraged like-minded paedophiles to do the same. The website has since been shut down.
Prosecutor Nick Adlington said an undercover police officer chatted to “Mistress Sarah” on the website.
Mr Kundi, a 29-year-old from Baildon, West Yorkshire, pretended to be a single mother from Liverpool who was “into action, not fantasy”.
He said he was going to “play with” her two-year-old daughter that night.
In Skype chats, Mr Kundi made suggestions to other people, encouraging the abuse of young children.
He pleaded guilty to 12 charges of intentionally arranging or facilitating the commission of child sex offences and two counts of breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
His phone web browser was set to “private”, a breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order he was subjected to.
Prior to this conviction, Mr Kundi already served a two-year prison sentence for distributing indecent images. Mr Adlington said he was freed from prison on 20 April 2016 and began committing new offences within three months.
Mr Kundi’s barrister Gerald Hendron said that his client had stopped offending during 2017 but relapsed because of low mood and anxiety.
He was from “a thoroughly reputable family who are devastated by his behaviour and have to carry the stigma,” Mr Hendron said.
Judge David Hatton QC said: “This was a course of conduct involving various chats online in which you encouraged the commission of vile offences against children.”
Mr Kundi will spend at least three years and eight months behind bars and may stay in jail for the whole of his term.
He will then be on an extended six-year licence period.

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