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A 20-year-old man who threatened elementary school students to produce sexual exploitation and even committed sexual violence was sentenced to prison.

According to the legal community today (24th), the 12th Criminal Division of the Daejeon District Court (Judge Na Sang-hoon) sentenced A (28) to five years in prison for violating the Act on the Protection of Children and Youth.

He also ordered the attachment of location-tracking electronic devices (electronic anklets) for six years.

Mr. A, who approached victim B (12) in the Kakao Talk open chat room last February, said, "I am the manager of the youth crime center, but I received a report that the text of another open chat room was stolen." He is accused of threatening to take a picture and sending it to himself, saying, "I have to send you a nude picture to cancel the report."

Two days later, he was also accused of sexual harassment three times, including meeting Miss B and touching her body, saying, "If you do a physical examination, I will delete the police report data."

As a result of the investigation, it was revealed that Mr. A played 'two roles for one person' by deceiving and scaring the victim as a public official, then pretending to be a teenager and conciliating him.

The judge said, "The defendant was sentenced to imprisonment for a sexual assault crime and committed a sexual assault crime again in less than four years after the end of his imprisonment, and the habit is recognized." revealed.

He then explained the reason for the sentencing, saying, "The method is poor and the quality of the crime is bad, considering that the crime was planned carefully and deliberately against a minor woman who is vulnerable to crime."