In some of the video the children are forced to drink water mixed with baked beans, and in other parts the girls are tormented with hot oil, and the wounds are heated with a cooking laser. They were forced to urinate and defecate on themselves. Scully himself strips, masturbates, and urinates on the girls. He then proceeds to tortures and rapes them. He also plays with them as if they were toys. In the final scene, Scully and an unidentified man in a white shirt and sunglasses rape the child victim in real-time, while Scully's Filipina girlfriend Leyzo, is videotaping.
After Scully's site was shut down by investigators, another group of young children---three Thai girls in Bangkok, plus two other, including one Australian kiddie trafficker, Carl William Hartman---reported being solicited by Scully. He sold them the same type of video as he had offered the Australian and Philippine children. A further 34 young children, mostly from Asia, were reportedly solicited by Scully and were identified, also by ACT Policing, as being exploited in the damaging video as late as 2012.
At the time of Scullys arrest he was working as an independent Internet marketer, selling a selection of internet marketing products on Amazon.com. His business was run from an office in his residence, reportedly earning $70 000 a month. The home, in Canberra's northern suburb of Berwick, was raided by federal and ACT Police in September 2012, three months after the video was posted. The police took a series of computers, hard drives, cellphones, and storage media, as well as a safe containing access keys to Christensen's client websites.
Scully was charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) in an initial indictment with 17 counts, including one count of conspiracy to traffic images of children in sexual performance and one count of encouraging commercial sexual exploitation of children. He was also charged by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) with 118 counts of online hate speech. d2c66b5586