Sentenced to death by hanging on November 18, 2020 for raping 30 children, this is the fate that should befall all pedophiles of this world. Sohail Ayaz, a 46-year-old Pakistani chartered accountant, twice divorced with one child, has finally been trialed after all these long years of abuse of minors and preferences of very small children.
It is following the arrest of the child supplier and broker of Ayaz, Khurram Tahir alias Kala, that we will find the little street tea seller who had been kidnapped, drugged and abused by several mf* for more than 2 months, kidnapping for which the mother had filed a complaint. This supplier of Khayaban I Sir Syed will lead the police to his accomplice Ayaz. At the time of his arrest on November 12, 2019 in Pakistan, he was a consultant for the department of the civil secretariat of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on a project financed by the World Bank on health (revitalizing health services in KP) since 2017. How could the World Bank not inquire before recruiting Ayaz as a consultant even though he had been recommended by a high-ranking figure of Pakistan’s elite? Yet a few years before, Ayaz had made the headlines in British newspapers for his 4-year prison sentence in England while working as a grant monitoring officer at the headquarters of the NGO Save the Children in Farrington in central London. Arrested in his London office on February 4, 2009, he will be extradited to Pakistan at the end of July 2010. Peter Newell who worked for UNICEF and ACORD (an association benefiting from Save the Children grants monitored by Ayaz) will be sentenced to 7 years in prison for 5 child rapes. An investigation had been launched to understand the relationship between these two monsters. Ayaz sent Newell the photos of his attacks. In February 2009, a European arrest warrant was issued by the judge of the Court of Milan for sexual offences committed against children from 2005 to 2007 by Ayaz who was in Italy at that time. An investigation that was linked to a Romanian paedocriminal network was launched following the arrest of a Norwegian cop to whom Ayaz had promised to provide 15 children via an Italian assailant Di Gregorio. From Pakistan, he and Di Gregorio were already plotting a trip to Morocco in 2005 and to Romania in 2007.
Not only was Ayaz the very influential pedophile in the region from Shedani Sharif to Rahim Yar Khan, producing and distributing via his darkweb site videos of extreme abuse of 6-month-old babies bound, bandaged and suspended, but he was also the head of a Pakistani child trafficking network, a member of an international pedophile network involving Britain, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle and Far East and was a cocaine and heroin dealer. The kidnapped children, in addition to being severely sexually abused and subjected to sado-masochistic acts, were also used as mules to transport drugs and then finally died in front of a camera filming a Snuff movie. Unbeknownst to the authorities, he continued his criminal activities for years in Rawalpindi since his return from London when he should have been extradited with documents that would have authorized the FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) to pursue an action against him in Pakistan, not having finished serving his sentence in England. This document was not transmitted, which suggested that Ayaz may have been extradited due to an extended stay without a visa or litigation. Did he also have high ramifications in London?