The district court disagreed with the man’s claim that the sentence be reasonable.
Vartijana the man who worked has been sentenced in the Länsi-Uusimaa District Court to one year and nine months in absolute prison for aggravated sexual exploitation of a child.
The man had lost his guard license and job after the suspicion of a crime came to light. For this reason, he demanded a reasonable sentence, but the district court did not consider it necessary.
It is not clear from the public version of the judgment in which context the man had committed his crime. In any case, he had committed sexual acts against a child aged 9 to 12 between 2012 and 2015.
The child had had a special relationship of trust with the man, and the man had taken advantage of this. Among other things, the man had told the child that the actions were a secret that no one should be told.
The man was ordered to pay the victim EUR 3,500 in compensation for the mental suffering caused by the act and EUR 3,000 in interest for the temporary mental harm caused by the act.
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