The defendant Heiko V. has been convicted in the trial of hundreds of cases of abuse against children on a campsite in Lügde to a two-year prison sentence. In addition, the 49-year-old from Lower Saxony has to undergo therapy.
According to the court, the Stade man between 2010 and 2011 participated in at least four webcam broadcasts on the abuse of children at the campsite in North Rhine-Westphalia. He had never entered the campsite where the children were abused. The district court found the conviction of the previously unpublished V. already on the first day of the proceedings in favor and separated its proceedings on the second day of the main proceedings against Andreas V. and Mario S. from.
The trial against the two main suspects will continue on 1 August. Accused are a 56-year-old permanent campers from Lügde and a 34-year-old from Steinheim near the border of Lower Saxony. The two men are said to have sexually abused boys and girls for many years sometimes sexually. Some of the violence they filmed according to prosecutors. The youngest victims are said to have been in kindergarten age. Recently, the police have started investigating another suspect.