PLETTENBERG BAY NEWS - The Plettenberg Bay computer engineer, who was arrested for alleged links to horrific child pornography involving the sexual abuse of infants, will have to adhere to strict conditions once he pays bail.
The 37-year-old man, who cannot be named until he has pleaded, was arrested at his home during a sting operation by South African and Belgium police on Tuesday, January 13. Bail was set at R10 000 during his first court appearance in the Plettenberg Bay Magistrate's Court the next day.
Lieutenant-Colonel Heila Niemand, who led the investigation in South Africa, said the man had been ordered not to access any computer or frequent his Plett business premises. He may also not leave town and has to report to the local police station every Tuesday and Friday.
The case was postponed until April 22 for further investigation.
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