‘Porn addict’ boys kill six-year-old girl after she refuses to perform sex acts

Three young boys are alleged to have beaten a six-year-old girl to death with a rock after they tried to force her to copy pornography they had seen online.

Police in Nagaon, a district in Central Assam, India, have detained two eleven-year-old boys along with an eight-year old on suspicion of killing a six-year-old girl because she refused to act out porn films they had seen on their mobile phones.

A shocked police officer told reporters the boys were “porn addicts” that were “capable of execution of a gruesome crime”.

The girl, who was the next-door neighbour of her alleged attackers, died on October 18 after being found lying unconscious inside the toilet of a stone-crushing mill.

According to a police report, one of the 11-year-olds had his dad’s smartphone, and there was evidence that it had been used to download pornographic material.

Sub Divisional Police Officer Mrinmoy Das told India’s Hindu newspaper: “The two 11-year-olds were porn addicts, seemed mature beyond their age and capable of execution of a gruesome crime. One of the minors, who studies at an English medium school, wanted to have a physical relationship with the victim but she resisted”.

When the girl threatened to tell her parents about what the boys had asked her to do, the two eleven-year-olds hit her with stones, killing her. The eight-year-old boy is not understood to have taken part in the initial attack but stands accused of helping to conceal the body.

Officer Das said: “[one of the boys] attacked her with a stone after she said she would tell her parents about his misbehaviour. The other 11-year-old boy also hit her with a stone and she died,”

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As well as the three boys, one of the 11-year-olds’ parents had been arrested for tampering with evidence and trying to cover up their child’s involvement in the horrific incident.

“The boy was using his father’s smartphone,” said Officer Das. “We found pornographic materials in the phone’s browsing history. He used the phone for his online classes but got addicted to watching porn and would show the X-rated contents to the other two, his cousins”.

The crime has been blamed on on “abuse and overuse” of technology, and in particular the tendency for parents to use mobile devices to keep their kids quiet.

Psychologist Jayanta Das said the coronavirus pandemic had led to may parents having to hand over phones and tablets to their kids for school work.

“Access to porn has become very easy,” he said. “This has hugely affected our children. The roles of parents and teachers have become very important”.

He added that parents should set an example of responsible smartphone use.

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