Horrific footage of a man raping a 2-year-old girl in Thailand prompt judge to walk out of court

A judge was so horrified and left her so shaken by a video of a 44-year-old man raping a 2-year-old girl in Thailand that adjourned the case for a full three days.

Judge Leanne Clare watched a footage of Jason Daron Mizner's crimes as part of evidence shown to the Brisbane District Court.



After viewing a portion of one of the dozens of rape tapes she said: 'I think it would be best to put some distance between the viewing of that tape and the delivery of the judgement so that it does not overwhelm the sentence," she said, reported in Metro.

The Prosecution wants Mizner, 44, to be locked up in jail for life after doing 60 counts of abuse he committed against the child. He started filming a more than 30 rape scene against child in early 2000s after forming a relationship with the mother of the child, who later discovered images and videos that Mizner did while he was on holiday in Thailand.

She confronted and leave him, but the suspect stayed in Thailand where he formed another relationship with a local woman who also had a young daughter reportedly sexually abused.


Then he was prison for 11 years of a 35-year prison sentence before being deported to Brisbane where he was arrested upon his return.

However, his lawyer wants a shorter sentence because of the alleged torture he suffered after being jailed in Thailand, he claimed. "He received beatings and other torture, partly in relation to the offending," his lawyer said. 'The Australian Federal Police gave evidence at the (Thai) hearing about the Australian offending, so it's not much of a stretch that inmates in Thailand would have known."

Justice Clare said that Mizner statement of "torture" he suffered in 11 years was an overstatement.

While another delay of sentencing Mizner was the psychological doctor who preparing for his report suffered a heart attack. 

"Even a low risk of re-offending when it comes to raping babies is a substantial risk to deal with. When it's a medium-to-high risk... it's alarming," Justice Clare said.

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