An Adelaide court is considering whether it can order a paedophile to compensate his abuse survivors in South-East Asia, with the judge suggesting the payments would be an Australian first.
- Geoffrey William Moyle pleaded guilty to offences including nine counts of sexual abuse of children
- Survivors of Moyle’s attacks in Cambodia could receive compensation
- Moyle claims he is unable to attend an Adelaide court due to a sore back
Geoffrey William Moyle, 47, has pleaded guilty to 11 offences, including nine counts relating to the sexual abuse of children in Cambodia between 2002 and 2005.
The court heard the children were “forced to be in brothels”.
Moyle is awaiting sentencing in the South Australian District Court, which heard that…