New Zealand man convicted of using Grindr to abduct a teen boy for sex


A man in New Zealand has appeared in court accused of using Grindr to ask another person who would help him to abduct a teen boy with an aim to have sex with him. Michael John Kight, 24, appeared in a district court last week on several charges including inciting another person for kidnapping for sexual purposes. Allegedly included in conversations about the potential abduction were graphic descriptions of incest, bestiality, and sexual violation, according to the charges. He additionally stands accused of sending naked photos and sexual messages to someone he believed was under 16, the account was fake. The charges, which also involve distributing child porn to three email accounts, date back to December. Kight faces several charges of using Grindr or other messaging systems to incite another person to accompany him to abduct a boy under 16, with intent to carry out a sexual encounter. He was remanded without plea to April 7th.


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