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Name: LUAN MUHARREM TAHIRAJ (Luan Tahiraj)

Age: 24 yrs old (2013)

State: QLD - Brisbane, North Lakes

Sentence: Sentenced 20-8-2013, in the Queensland Supreme Court, to 12 yrs jail - 6 yrs non parole.

Offence/Other: Luan Muharrem Tahiraj - Cybercrime offences - Trying to procure a teen under 16 years for sex and making child pornography.





Online predator Luan Muharrem Tahiraj sentenced to 12 years' jail for grooming lonely teen

Behind his keyboard he was a sadistic predator who blackmailed a lonely girl to perform depraved sexual acts.
Brisbane man Luan Muharrem Tahiraj called himself "Rofles that Mastah'', a computer hacker who hunted young girls on the internet and boasted about "destroying lives''.
Yesterday, reality caught up with Tahiraj, 24, when the predator was jailed for 12 years for cybercrime offences, trying to procure a teen under 16 years for sex and making child pornography. Prosecutors only asked for nine years' jail.
He bragged on the internet that he made a 13-year-old girl defile herself and advised others how they could do the same. He would leave his Rolex watch, gold rings and cash on his desk in view of the webcam while he spoke to girls.
Tahiraj, who lived with his mother at North Lakes, has protested his innocence, and in the Supreme Court in Brisbane court mouthed "I love you'' to his young fiancee, who blew kisses to him as he sat in the dock.
The victim, now 19, is desperate to move on with her life but the internet has made it almost impossible.
The victim, then 13 years old, was abandoned by her mother, had little contact with her father and had a strained relationship with her relative, who she lived with in southern NSW. All she wanted was more friends on social networking site MySpace.
Tahiraj tricked the girl, sending her a computer file that purportedly would help get her more friends.
It gave him control of her computer and webcam. He ordered her to perform sexual acts upon herself on webcam and warned her he would delete her "friends'' and "destroy her computer'' if she ignored him.
The court heard she repeatedly begged him not to force her because she was a virgin, asking "Can we please be friends'', but he demanded she get naked and carry out a list of perverse acts.
In a final act of degradation, he told her to write a message on her breasts to one of his mates.
He gleefully posted the video on the internet. "I'm rofles, I destroy lives,'' he wrote. "I make a girl cry. I force her to strip and herself."
He also harassed a 15-year-old Brisbane girl to send naked photos of herself while making it clear he wanted to meet her for sex.
AFP technical specialist Alex Tilley said other hackers despised Tahiraj because of his arrogance.
The AFP worked "around the clock'' to find the victim, who was wearing her school uniform during the video.
AFP Manager of Cyber Crime Operations Glen McEwen said the conviction of Tahiraj was a testament to the AFP's dedication to get justice for a young victim.
But Supreme Court Justice George Fryberg took a swipe at police, saying the case was an example of why some victims of sexual assault did not come forward.
He said the victim's close relatives were not informed the police would be interviewing her, and they persisted with questioning even when it was clear she wanted to stop.
"Sometimes the feeling of one victim must be subordinated by the need to catch a perpetrator before he commits further or more serious offences," he said.
"Even allowing for that, the system which permitted the interview be conducted in that way was seriously flawed.''
While sentencing Tahiraj, Justice Fryberg warned parents to keep computers out of their children's bedrooms to help protect them.
"There have been numerous public warnings about allowing young teenagers to have computers connected to the internet in their bedrooms,'' Justice Fryberg said.
"This case should serve as a warning to parents about what can happen to young, naive people.
"Until children are old enough to deal with sexual predators, internet connections should be available only inside a public part of the home.''
Justice Fryberg said Tahiraj would be eligible for parole after six years.
"You have shown no contrition for your offending. You continue to deny responsibility for it.
"You are proud of what you did and your own cleverness in doing it. There is no evidence this has changed.''

www.couriermail.com.au (21-8-2013)
Renee Viellaris
http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/queensland/online-predator-luan-muharrem-tahiraj-sentenced-to-12-years8217-jail-for-grooming-lonely-teen/story-fnihsrf2-1226700816455


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