Russia will begin to change child sex laws later this month by sending repeat child sex offenders to penal colonies in the Artic — for life.
Parliamentary speaker, Vyacheslav Volodin, said, “Those convicted for such crimes should serve life sentences in the harshest conditions — in the extreme north (of Russia) or in mines. These b******s should undergo the hardest labor, so they remember the crimes they committed every day — and regret them.”
Volodin also continued by saying these offenders cannot be called human.
The new law to send offenders to the Arctic is the result of a five-year-old girl’s death.
This week, a five-year-old girl was abducted by a pedophile and his lover who later raped and stabbed her to death.
The little girl, Veronika Nikolayeva, was playing near her mom’s job when a video caught her being taken. She allegedly “struggled and fought back,” but passersby were not made aware and the men took her to their hotel.
Both the men, Denis Gerasimov, 44, and Vadim Belyakov, 24, later confessed to the murder. The suspects are said to have been in a long-term relationship since Belyakov was underage.