Chinese rapist Lin Rongxin, 34, lured girls online in Singapore by pretending to be someone else. The judge in the case hoped young people would “exercise the utmost of caution in their online interactions”. Photo: Shutterstock
Chinese rapist Lin Rongxin, 34, lured girls online in Singapore by pretending to be someone else. The judge in the case hoped young people would “exercise the utmost of caution in their online interactions”. Photo: Shutterstock
Singapore

Singapore jails China dad for 31 years for abusing girls in ‘sextortion’ scheme

  • Machinery technician Lin Rongxin, 34, married with a child, pleaded guilty to several charges against 20 young victims
  • Described by the judge as a ‘depraved sexual predator’, Lin pretended to be a younger man to trap, coerce and rape his victims – 15 of whom were aged 14-19

Chinese rapist Lin Rongxin, 34, lured girls online in Singapore by pretending to be someone else. The judge in the case hoped young people would “exercise the utmost of caution in their online interactions”. Photo: Shutterstock
Chinese rapist Lin Rongxin, 34, lured girls online in Singapore by pretending to be someone else. The judge in the case hoped young people would “exercise the utmost of caution in their online interactions”. Photo: Shutterstock
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