In harrowing scenes from the episode two women who have several children between them - some as young as five years old - are seen accepting money in exchange for access to the youngsters.In the Philippines women sexually abuse their children for money on webcams.Kathryn Gentles Monk (Kay), 78, of Annapolis, MD passed away unexpectedly on September 19, 2017 from complications of open heart surgery.She is survived by her husband Dennis, daughter Kimberley Mathews (husband Doug), and sons John Monk (wife...A shocking documentary has shed light on the mothers caught selling access to their own children to paedophiles.In the latest installment of Stacey Dooley Investigates, the London-born presenter travelled to the Phillippines to film the documentary Mums Selling Their Kids For Money.Today the square is one of the most important must-see attractions, hundreds of tourists and locals transit here every day delighted by the fact that after the renovation works of 1995 parking was finally removed and the whole area became mostly traffic-free, a real pedestrian's dream; Market Square is dominated by the impressive medieval (1220) 83 meter high Belfry Tower (or Beffroi), one of the city's most prominent landmarks; its magnificent 47-bell carillon continues to peal out over the city every quarter hour, although thrice destroyed and rebuilt, from its top it still offers breathtaking views over the whole Bruges; declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2000, this stunning city still keeps its original late medieval features so that is one of the most well-preserved medieval cities in Europe; whether we decide to explore the city simply on foot or in a horse-drawn carriage we'll be equally captured by the magical atmosphere of this so picturesque town while enjoying a charming transportation to the medieval.
Some of these guys you read their [online chats], they’re obviously terribly sick people, they’re monsters.' Stacey had access to a live sting operation coordinated by the Homeland task force involving two mothers - who are also sisters.
Many tend to suffer from post-traumatic stress, turn to substances and have suicidal tendencies, she said.
'It’s a really complicated situation and your emotions are back and forth,' Stacey says as she observes the children being taken away.'Part of you is delighted that the operation is going well because ultimately the kids are going to be safe and well in the future, but then you remind yourself that there are no real winners because these kids are going to have their mums taken away from them.
Stacey told the cameras: 'A, I know that’s a complete lie and B, to have that mentality when you’re supposed to be the person that protects them is just so depressing.'It’s such a disappointment and they just confirm that it was right to take those kids away from them two.' After their mothers' arrests the children of the two women are rehomed in the Filipino care system.
Stacey revealed in the programme that victims are given emotional and psychological support, but acknowledged the lasting effects of the sexual abuse.