A peadophile has been sentenced to castration and life in jail after abducting, sexually assaulting and killing a girl, 9.
Aruai Berik vanished after a dancing class and CCTV footage showed that an unknown man had collected her in Karatu town, Kazakhstan.
Zhaksylyk Baydildaev, 37 was convicted of committing repeated “violent sexual acts” against the child in the horrific crime .
He then horrifically murdered the little girl with repeated blows to the head.
Baydildaev, who was married, put her body in a sack and rode with it on his bicycle to a landfill site where he burned her body, a court found.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment for murder but also punished under Kazakhstan’s tough new laws for pardons as he will now undergo forced chemical castration.
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Baydildaev had confessed to hiding and burning the corpse, claiming the girl had died accidentally after coming to his house voluntarily.
However forensic analysis of her charred remains proved she was killed with blows to the head.
She had also been earlier sexually assaulted, a judge ruled.
The victim’s mother Lyazzat said: "When we were searching for her, he constantly approached us, asking if we had found her or not.”
The court was told he had previously known the child, and had earlier attacked another 12 year old schoolgirl intending to rape her.
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On this occasion he had “changed his mind” and was not punished.
Kazakhstan recently toughened its laws to crackdown on sex attacks on children.
The country purchased stocks of Cyproterone, a steroidal anti-androgen developed for fighting cancer, to use for chemical castration of paedophiles.
“It causes the lowering of libido,” said urologist Dr Mirzakhmet Zhanadilov. "“The medication is different for each person."
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“That is, medication that is enough for one person to prevent repeated (sexual) offending, others can be resistant to.
“For them, not only do we administer the drug but control testosterone too.”
But psychologist Gulnara Aytnzhanova warned chemical castration would lead to paedophiles taking out their anger using violence.
“There will be hatred, hatred to society, hatred to other people,” she predicted.
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