An Australian pedophile, who was caught filming himself torturing, raping and killing children before sending the videos of his sick crimes to pedophile ring around the world, may have the death penalty reintroduced, just for him. 54-year-old Peter Gerard Scully is currently held in a Philippine prison charged with some of the vilest acts known to humanity. The father of two from Melbourne has been described as the “world’s most depraved pedophile” after investigators had to receive counseling after reviewing evidence in the cases against him. His crimes are so severe in fact, that the Filipino legislators are working with Australian government officials lift the maximum penalty for his crimes so the courts can execute him. Scully was selling extreme child pornography through a darknet website he was running called “No Limits Fun” where he was live streaming the death, rape, and torture of children to elite pedophiles around the globe for $10,000 per view.
Australian man tortured and murder children for his own sexual gratification
According to News Au, during court hearings and while being filmed in prison, the man believed to have perpetrated some of the worst crimes against children laughed, joked and acted nonchalant about his alleged crimes. His former lawyer Alejandra Jose Pallugna has revealed Scully treats jail like a holiday and has demanded a mobile phone and fresh beef, pork, and chicken. But that may change now the Philippines is considering putting him before a firing squad. And it is the fate of one victim, in particular, that has prompted appalled Filipino prosecutors to call for Scully’s execution. Shocking details can be revealed about the five-year-old girl who Scully hung upside down as he raped and tortured her with two accomplices. Recording videos which he then sold to pedophiles around the world, Scully also sexually abused a baby and filmed his torture and rape of young girls as he made them dig their own graves. Filipino police say Scully also buried an 11-year-old under the floor of a house he was renting after making a film of him raping her and strangling her to death. Now the Philippines may reinstate the death penalty as the only punishment appropriate for Scully’s “heinous crimes”. Capital punishment was outlawed in 1986 at the end of the brutal Marcos regimen, but assisted by widespread poverty, the country has become a hub of a billion-dollar, global child cybersex industry.
According to a Fairfax report, during a court hearing where he faced the first six of 75 charges, Scully laughed and joked with his co-accused, who include four men, Christian Rouche, Alexander Lao, and Marshall Ruskin and Haniel Caetano de Oliveira. Chief Philippine prosecutor Jaime Umpa told Fairfax that Scully was the mastermind of an extreme child sex and torture video syndicate based in the southern cities of Surigao, Cagayan de Oro and Malaybalay. Scully fled to the Philippines from Australia in 2011 after he was charged with fraud. Scully lured children away from impoverished parents with the promise of food and education or used teenage girl accomplices to kidnap them. He then drugged the children and made films of him raping and torturing them for an international pedophile ring. Operating a secret child pornography site on the Dark Web called “No Limits Fun”, he sold the videos for up to $10,000 per view. But, of all his despicable acts, his most infamous is the film he made for the Dark Web is Daisy’s Destruction. It is this film which shocked even seasoned child trafficking investigators, a Filipino police chief calling it “the worst we have encountered in our years campaigning against child pornography”.