German couple JAILED for raping son and selling him to paedophiles

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A German court on Tuesday handed down lengthy jail sentences to a couple for repeatedly sexually abusing their now 10-year old son.

A court in Friburg, southern Germany, has jailed a woman and her spouse for selling her son to paedophiles on the dark net for sex.

The Freiburg state court ruled that the 39-year-old man must remain in preventive custody after serving his sentence.

The mother's partner, who already had a previous conviction of serious child abuse, confessed to the court in June that he was the "driving force" behind the crimes.

They charged several thousand euros (dollars) for each instance of abuse, filmed the acts and posted them on the dark net.

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The pair, identified as Berrin T, 48, and her partner Christian L, 39, and six others were arrested last autumn.

German prosecutors have also gone after other suspected members of the pedophile ring. They also were convicted of rape, human trafficking for the objective of sexual exploitation, forced prostitution and producing child pornography, among other offenses.

The stepfather has a previous conviction for paedophilia.

In the following months, the court said, the woman organized assaults on a 2-year-old girl she occasionally looked after.

As part of this morning's verdict, the couple were also ordered to pay €42,500 in compensation to the boy and another survivor of the abuse - a young girl.

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In May 2015, the couple started abusing the woman's son, with the man at first offering the child cash.

Police in the town of Baden-Württemberg reported they had arrested a number of suspects in September 2017, reported Deutsche Welle.

Local authorities have been accused of failing to protect the boy, who now lives with a foster family.

Case psychiatrist, Hartmut Pleines, quoted by Spiegel news, said the mother's claim that she was in thrall to her partner when she committed the abuse, was false.

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