Suspected Pedophile Was Teacher in Korea
An unscrambled swirl patters reveals a recognizable image of Canadian Christopher Paul Neil, who is wanted by Interpol for sexually abusing children in Southeast Asia.
A man wanted by Interpol for sexually abusing children in Vietnam and Cambodia taught English in Korea until recently.
The National Police Agency said Tuesday that suspect Christopher Paul Neil, a Canadian, worked at an international school in Korea for two months from August.
The agency identified the suspect at the request of Interpol, which found that he flew from Incheon International Airport to Bangkok, Thailand on Oct. 11.
Interpol posted a photo of the suspect taken by an airport security camera upon his arrival at Bangkok International Airport on its website (www.interpol.int) on Monday.
Interpol believes that Neil is “Vico,” a man who posted to the Internet some 200 images of himself sexually abusing 12 young Vietnamese and Cambodian children as young as six between 2002 and 2003.