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Abuse of Children Movies

Beck: Episode 1: The Decoy Boy (1997) - 90 minutes
Beck: Episode 1: The Decoy Boy at

After the bodies of two immigrant boys are discovered, the police received an anonymous message from a group called the Swedish Front: "The slaughter has begun." Beck and his team find a lead through a website where young boys are sold for sex, but time is running out for them to locate the next victim before the killer strikes again. A man working at a garbage incinerator discovers the body of a dead man burned to ashes in the oven. Police detective Martin Beck handles the case. All he knows is that a brutal murder has happened. But he does not know when or where. He has no body, motive or a crime scene, not a single trace. All he has is some teeth and a mysterious Internet address.

(Webmaster's comment:
If an adult sex abuser is about to be caught he often kills the evidence.)

Beck: Episode 15: The Boy in the Glass Bowl (2002) - 90 minutes
Beck: Episode 15: The Boy in the Glass Bowl at

Mother of an autistic boy is found murdered in her home. The boy holds the murder weapon, covered in blood. The mother of an autistic boy is found murdered in her home. Gunvald finds her son naked in a closet, covered in blood and holding the murder weapon. The boy's non-verbal, and his primitive communication draws Beck into one of the most difficult cases of his career.

(Webmaster's comment:
Abuse of mentally handicapped children is common.)

Beck: Episode 32: Steinar (2016) - 90 minutes
Beck: Episode 32: Steinar at

An unidentified body is found in the remains of a fire in a run-down trailer park. In the middle of the investigation an internal power struggle grips Becks team, making an already difficult case even harder. An unidentified body is found in the remains left after a fire in a trailer at a run-down caravan park. The owner of the trailer, a young drug-addicted woman, is missing, but is she really the victim? And what role has the so-called neighborhoods watch from the nearby community played? The case is difficult to solve, with everyone involved guarding their secrets, regardless of social class. Furthermore, police supervisor Klas Fredén decides to go over Martin Beck's head and recruit charismatic, Norwegian homicide investigator, Steinar Hovland. The newly-structured Beck group faces the blight of a power struggle. And Martin struggles to find his way back to his old self.

(Webmaster's comment:
Using drugs to get sex from young men is common.)

Beck: Episode 34: The Last Day (2016) - 90 minutes
Beck: Episode 34: The Last Day at

Two traffic officers try to stop a car for speeding.The driver gets out and shoots, killing one of them in cold blood. A national search for the ruthless killer ensues, with Beck's team in the lead. Two traffic officers on a quiet morning shift try to stop a car for speeding, with disastrous results. When the car finally pulls over, the driver gets out and shoots at them, killing one of the officers in cold blood. A national alert is issued and an extensive search for the ruthless killer begins, with the Beck group at the lead. Neither the officer's shocked and wounded colleague nor any of the witnesses have seen anything helpful to the police. Finally, they find the car registration number using a surveillance camera. But, when they enter the car owner's apartment, they find him shot to death. The first day of summer is a long one for the Beck group, as the killer has more victims on his list.

(Webmaster's comment:
Accused of sex abuse, the accused
seeks vengeance against all those involved.)

Unit One: Episode 4: (2000) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 4: at

An elderly woman is murdered and a junkie is the most likely suspect. An elderly woman is murdered in Nakskov, shortly after a strange man was seen leaving her house. Detective Fischer's dealings with the local police are strained because of a previous case and the conflict intensifies.

(Webmaster's comment:
Father starts raping his daughter at the age of 10.
She never recovers and takes revenge.)

Unit One: Episode 6: (2000) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 6: at

A mother of two disappears on the night of her 30th birthday. Unit One is called in when her husband reports his wife as missing shortly after her 30th birthday party. The evidence indicates that a crime has taken place, and that the couple's children may also be in danger.

(Webmaster's comment:
Jealously killing your children when you're one of the guilty ones.)

Unit One: Episode 10: (2001) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 10: at

Casper is trying his new bicycle that he got for his 9th birthday, but he never returns home. A young boy is kidnapped on his ninth birthday. The team discovers him alive and well, but getting him back to his mother is not so simple.

(Webmaster's comment:
The child becomes a pawn between warring parents.)

Unit One: Episode 14: (2001) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 14: at

A son and his mother are shot in an apartment. Is it revenge or rebellion against a forced marriage? Police respond to a shooting to find a teenage girl fleeing from the scene. Two bodies are found in an apartment and the crime is believed to be a matter of honor killing.

(Webmaster's comment: More EVIL than you can stand.
Father's rectal rape of a daughter for years
and then use of another child for an honor killing.)

Unit One: Episodes 15 & 16: (2001) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episodes 15 & 16: at

A boy is found murdered in a forest. How did he end up there, and why is nobody missing him? An unidentified 10-year-old boy is found dead in the woods. Inspector La Cour's dream leads him to discover the victim's identity, and the evidence points to murder. Inspector La Cour is taken into custody after his fingerprints are found at the scene of a hanging. The team works on a lead which points to another man who had also visited the victim the night before the crime.

(Webmaster's comment:
A sexual predator with a routine and occupation that he hides behind
keeps extensive detailed records of his victims)

Unit One: Episode 25: (2002) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 25: at

An entire family is brutally murdered, and the case leads Unit One into a tragic story of incest and violence. An entire family is found killed, and at first it is appears to be an escalated family feud, but the murder investigation reveals much more than just an outside killer.

(Webmaster's comment:
Incest starting at 14 destroys an entire family
and people know all about it but never report it.)

Unit One: Episode 27: (2002) - 60 minutes
Unit One: Episode 27: at

A teenager is murdered on the island of Bornholm, which could have ties to one of the unit's previous cases. A young girl is found murdered and Unit One is quickly involved as it looks like the work of one of Denmark's infamous serial killers, known as The Indian. Unfortunately, the story spins into a personal tragedy for Ingrid.

(Webmaster's comment:
Some child sex molesters are not just turned on by raping
the victims but also by killing them.)

The Eagle: Episodes 9 & 10: Kronos 1 & 2 (2005) - 60 minutes
The Eagle: Episodes 9 & 10: Kronos 1 & 2 at

Hallgrim moves into the Opera Hotel to recuperate and becomes fascinated by a beautiful young woman in the apartment opposite. When he sees a man enter and start beating her, he recognizes him as Benjamin Stern, an unscrupulous member of the Israeli mafia. He later discoverers a distrubing connection with a child pornography ring. Through blackmail, Benjamin Stern secures a matrix for counterfeiting euros. Hallgrim tracks him to Berlin.

(Webmaster's comment:
Child sex abuse is an international Internet business.)

The Eagle: Episodes 19 & 20: Thanatos 1 & 2 (2006) - 60 minutes
The Eagle: Episodes 19 & 20: Thanatos 1 & 2 at

The abuse and murder of a little girl in Stockholm leads Hallgrim and his team to a worldwide pedophilia network and a mysterious man who calls himself "The Groom". The police locate Kyle Graham, the murderer of the little Danish girl, on his honeymoon in Oslo.

(Webmaster's comment:
Most brutal example of child sex abuse by those in the church!)

Van Veeteren: Episode 2: Munster's Case (2005) - 90 minutes
Van Veeteren: Episode 2: Munster's Case  at

The murder of a wealthy wine merchant seems solved to everyone's satisfaction, except Münster. When the body of a wealthy wine merchant washes up on a beach with multiple stab wounds, police fear a media frenzy. But the quick arrest of the man's former partner in the face of damning evidence promises a quick resolution to the case.

(Webmaster's comment:
Typical case of father a raping his daughter for years
and everyone covers it up.)

Accused (2005) - 103 minutes
Accused at

On the surface Henrik and Nina Christofferson (Sofie Grabol) are an ordinary family living happily. But they have a problem. Their daughter, Stine, a difficult 14 year old, has a habit of telling lies in class. When Stine accuses her father of sexual abuse, and is believed by seemingly eager social workers, their family is thrust into crisis. Could Henrik have done it? And when Stine prepares to return home, the ugly side of family life is exposed. Echoing themes seen in the recent Danish hit The Hunt, the accused will appeal to all fans of Nordic Noir and Scandinavian cinema alike - starring Sofie Grabol and Soren Malling from The Killing.

(Webmaster's comment:
Sometimes an abused child is not believed when they should have been.)

Unni Lindell: Episode 6: The Honey Trap (2007) - 180 minutes
Unni Lindell: Episode 6: The Honey Trap at

A Lithuanian girl is run down and killed in an industrial area east of Oslo, just days after the disappearance of a neighborhood boy. The driver of a local ice cream truck may provide a link between the two crimes, but he's not talking. Returning from Lithuania amid threats, Cato and Marian Dahle continue their hunt for Elena's killer.

(Webmaster's comment:
Pedophiles are always searching for more victims.)

Varg Veum: Sleeping Beauty (2008) - 90 minutes
Varg Veum: Sleeping Beauty at

After extricating 17-year-old Lisa Halle from a life of prostitution in Copenhagen, private investigator Varg Veum becomes ensnared in a tangle of parental neglect and bad love when he is hired to locate Lisa's boyfriend, Peter Werner.

(Webmaster's comment:
Parents take advantage of teenage sex drives
to make babies with the neighbors.)

Varg Veum: Fallen Angels (2008) - 95 minutes
Varg Veum: Fallen Angels at

Jakob Aasen has hired his old friend, private investigator Varg Veum, to spy on his wife Rebecca, whom he suspects of infidelity. Against his better judgement Varg accepts the job, and in an ironic twist he and Rebecca rekindle their former love. Meanwhile a serial killer is targeting members of Jacob's band and their families.

(Webmaster's comment:
Underage gang rape can lead to horrible revenge years later.)

Varg Veum: The Writing On the Wall (2010) - 90 minutes
Varg Veum: The Writing On the Wall at

Varg Veum is no longer working as a private investigator. He's got a permanent job as a teacher, and has calmed down his life, enjoying the domestic bliss with his new girlfriend Karin, but the idyll doesn't last long. Veum gets a brutal meeting with the past, when "The Knife" is released from prison, determined to take revenge on those who got him convicted for the murder of a teenage girl. Soon Veum is deeply entangled in a case where he must take a on tough battle with his conscience; was he himself really innocent in the girl's death? The only answer is "The Knife", but his mind is set on only one thing - revenge!

(Webmaster's comment: Use of a 15-year-old girl to get revenge.)

Varg Veum: Cold Hearts (2012) - 90 minutes
Varg Veum: Cold Hearts at

While investigating a case of disappeared sisters, Varg Veum is about to become a father. He realizes that the case has connections to a police investigated murder. Varg has to decide if risking his pregnant wife is worth following the case.

(Webmaster's comment:
Self harm, like cutting, is a sure sign of childhood abuse.)

Innocently Convicted: Episodes 11 & 12: (2008) - 90 minutes
Innocently Convicted: Episodes 11 & 12: at

There's more than meets the eye in the case of a mother convicted for throwing her daughter from a bridge. While the team progresses in the investigation, Anna's judgment is clouded by her own past.

(Webmaster's comment:
Everyone covers up the power of the abuser over the women.
A vengeful parent can harm many innocents
to get revenge on a pedophile.)

Wallander: Episode 1: Sidetracked (2008) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 1: Sidetracked at

What connects the shocking suicide of a young woman and the vicious murder of a government minister? Inspector Kurt Wallander's investigation uncovers wrongdoing and corruption that extends to the heart of the Swedish establishment. Kurt Wallander is a police inspector in the Swedish town of Ystad. Shortly after he has seen a young girl kill herself by self-immolation, he is called to investigate the murder of government minister Wetterstedt, who has been scalped. Wealthy business-man Carlman is murdered in the same fashion, and a serial killer is clearly responsible. Drunken ex-journalist Lars Magnusson points Wallander towards Sandin, a retired and corrupt cop, who admits that he once 'cleaned up' for both the dead men but will offer no more information. The next murder is that of a habitual criminal, who was tortured his before death. His estranged wife and teenage son are not grief-stricken. His behaviour has traumatized his younger son and sent his daughter into a mental hospital. Following another scalping, and an appeal to the public, a former prostitute tells Wallander that all the victims were connected with a vice ring, importing very young girls into Sweden. The girl who killed herself was probably among them. A raid on Sandin's house reveals girls lined up for the sex trade concealed in his cellar. He is clearly the next intended victim of the scalper and Wallander has no qualms in using him as bait in the trap.

(Webmaster's comment:
The use of young women for the sex trade is an epidemic.
They get mentally screwed up beyond belief.)

Wallander: Episode 4: The Overdose (2005) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 4: The Overdose at

A baby screams alone in an abandoned car along a highway. The father is missing, and the mother lies in a catatonic state in a psychiatric hospital. Linda takes the lead on a case that brings her face-to-face with every parent's worst nightmare. A girl has committed suicide. More girls at a school in Skåne feel like doing the same. As Linda Wallander gets the case she's more determined to solve this case than ever solving a case before, but feels worst and worse as she goes on and discovers that the girls at the school are being exploited and abused.

(Webmaster's comment:
School group leaders help themselves to
young girls for sex and big profits.)

Wallander: Episode 13: The Secret (2006) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 13: The Secret at

A boy's body is discovered in an abandoned barn. Inconsistencies between the crime and the suspects plunge the investigation team into the world of child abuse. The case forces Stefan, Kurt, and Linda to deal with personal grief, their own demons, and a dark secret from the past. Eleven-year-old Johannes is found dead in a barn after he has been sexually abused. Lindman is charged with telling the father, whom he knows from a local shooting club, but is taken off the case for previous unprofessional conduct and he pursues in his own investigations. The prime suspect, a man seen chatting to Johannes at a supermarket, is found dead but his neighbour, an ex-policeman, had already arrested a similar child killer years earlier. As the investigation continues, it is clear that child pornography is involved, reopening old memories for Lindman.

(Webmaster's comment:
This shows how the pedophile seduces his victims
and how it destroys them.)

Wallander: Episode 2: The Guilt (2010) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 2: The Guilt at

After a six-year-old disappears from his day care, the evidence seems to point to a convicted pedophile who has recently been released from jail. Six-year-old Albin Landberg goes missing from nursery school and his corpse is later found in the sea, pumped full of sedatives. Martinsson is convinced the culprit is recently released pedophile Greger Frankman and is innocently responsible for a vigilante parent group locating and stoning Frankman's house, accidentally killing his elderly mother. Wallander is more interested in nursery helper Rebecka, who goes on the run following the news, but she was only going to meet another man behind her boyfriend's back. Discovering that Albin's older, adoptive brother Viktor was hyperactive, and given the same tablets discovered in Albin's corpse by his father, brings the investigation tragically closer to home for its solution.

(Webmaster's comment:
Some people beleive pedophiles can learn to control their urges,
but some people don't believe that they can.)

Wallander: Episode 13: The Witness (2010) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 13: The Witness at

A little girl who has witnessed something terrible goes into hiding in Ystad while forces seek to silence her at any cost. The little girl contacts Wallander to reveal what she has witnessed. Corrupt businessman Filip Pasolic stands trial for bringing illegal workers into Sweden and using them as slave labour. Wallander is injured by a car bomb intended for Kristina, who is prosecuting Pasolic, and she is given police protection. At the same time, pressure on the illegal Lithuanian work force to re-build Ystad's recycling centre in time for it to get an E.U. grant, results in two men being killed. One of whose little sister, Natalia, sees construction manager Zoran bury the corpses. She goes to the police and implicates Zoran but takes off again with Zoran in pursuit. Wallander can link Zoran to Pasolic and needs to find him before he gets to Natalia in order to strong-arm him into testifying against Pasolic. He also has to dissuade Katarina from resigning as, due to witness intimidation, the case is going against her.

(Webmaster's comment:
To protect their profitable secrets, criminals will even kill children.)

Wallander: Episode 2: The Missing (2013) - 90 minutes
Wallander: Episode 2: The Missing at

The mystery of a missing girl draws the entire Ystad police force into a frantic search. But when Wallander begins his own investigation, he sees frightening similarities to a case he had worked on ten years earlier, which still hits him hard personally. A girl disappears on her way to school, and suspicion falls on her father who has been fighting for her custody. Wallander's investigation is helped when he visits a woman whom he had arrested when her own daughter disappeared.

(Webmaster's comment:
Some pedophiles will lock their victims up and keep
them hidden for years, even having children with them.)

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (2009) - 129 minutes
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest at

The final installment of Stieg Larsson's "Millennium" trilogy, following The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played With Fire, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest finds Lisbeth Salander fighting for her life in more ways than one. In an intensive care unit and charged with three murders, she will have to not only prove her innocence, but also identify and denounce the same rogue government security agency that sought to silence and destroy her. Once upon a time, she was a victim. Now, Lisbeth Salander is fighting back.

(Webmaster's comment:
A 12-year-old girl in a mental institution is strapped down
onto a bed with her legs spread, totally helpless, for months.
She knows the doctor can do whatever he wants to do to her.)

The Protectors: Episodes 5 & 6 (2010) - 120 minutes
The Protectors: Episodes 5 & 6 at

Foreign minister Margrethe Korch was supposed to retire 'for personal reasons' after a grand birthday party, but a press leak concerning misuse of public funds urges the prime minister to instantly announce a cabinet reshuffle. Expected to replace her is capable member of parliment Thomas Eriksen, from a small party who is told he has a few weeks to win public support. While Thomas and his wife each mind one of their kids, the baby gets kidnapped. Rasmus, who knows the MP, and Jonas join the local police's search. Phone records later confirm there's something fishy about the whole affair. After foreign minister Korch's suicide, the PM is ready to nominate MP Thomas Eriksen justice minister in a reshuffle. PET, however, feels it necessary to clear up his baby's kidnapping, which has not been cleared up. It leads to the MP's assistant, Algerian immigrant Emre, with tragic consequences. Meanwhile, Jonas's moving is sabotaged by his ex Rachel.

(Webmaster's comment: Using a child for political gain.)

Irene Huss: Episode 4: The Night Round (2010) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 4: The Night Round at

Employees at a private hospital find one of the nurses killed during a power-outage. One witness claims to have seen the killer: A woman who hanged herself in the hospital 60 years ago.One nurse lies dead and another vanishes after their hospital is hit by a blackout. The only witness claims to have seen Nurse Tekla doing her rounds, but she died 60 years prior. Irene is challenged by an intriguing case all studded with complex relationships and wandering ghosts.

(Webmaster's comment: Child abuse in distant past sparks revenge.)

Irene Huss: Episode 5: The Glass Devil (2010) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 5: The Glass Devil at

In a small village, three members of a family are brutally murdered in their homes, and their blood used to draw upside-down pentagrams on the walls. Irene pursues a lead from a local minister who's been investigating a Satanist movement. But are the culprits really members of a Satanic cult? In a small community near Gothenburg found three members of a family priest brutally murdered. The walls are covered with the inverted pentagram - the symbol of the devil's face - painted there with the victims' blood. Detective Inspector Irene Huss quickly pull parallels with an earlier case in which a priest was murdered. In that case there was satanistic couplings. But the deeper Irene Huss digs into the case, the more convinced he becomes that the men of the church are not always so pious as they should be.

(Webmaster's comment:
"Save the Children" child charity used by pedophiles to get victims.)

Irene Huss: Episode 8: The Treacherous Net (2011) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 8: The Treacherous Net at

A young girl is brutally attacked and dragged into a van. Irene and her team arrive at the scene too late to save her, but discover a link to other recent abductions. A killer is on the loose, using internet chat rooms to lure his victims. The trail leads to someone using wi-fi on the Gothenburg-Malmö train. A witness sees a girl get attacked and dragged into a van. Irene Huss leads the investigation, but there are little tracks to go by, until another girl is murdered in the same serious manner. Then Irene realizes that they are dealing with a very dangerous criminal.

(Webmaster's comment:
Young women will often believe anything that exaggerates
their self image. That naivety can get them killed.)

Irene Huss: Episode 9: The Man with the Small Face (2011) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 9: The Man with the Small Face at

A retired policeman crossing the street gets hit by a stolen car. The car turns up later in an industrial area, a charred cinder. Nearby, the police also find the body of a severely injured young girl. The crime team begins a search for the car thieves and for any links between the unidentified girl and the hit-and-run victim.

(Webmaster's comment:
It's hard to believe the sexual abuse of innocent children.)

Irene Huss: Episode 10: Ring of Silence (2011) - 90 minutes
Irene Huss: Episode 10: Ring of Silence at

A young man was killed and is found naked in a dumpster. Has he been held hostage? The crime was done in the surroundings of a discotheque. A young man is found dead in a dumpster, his body naked, bloody, burned and battered. The autopsy reveals the presence of GHB in the system, suggesting sexual abuse and torture. Irene Huss and her colleagues discover links to a trendy nightclub that Irene's daughter, Jenny, and her friends visit frequently, oblivious to any danger.

(Webmaster's comment:
Just slip them some GHB and you can get anything you want!)

Sebastian Bergman: The Cursed One, Part 2: (2010) - 90 minutes
Sebastian Bergman: The Cursed One, Part 2: at

Every criminal has his own handwriting, but on Sebastian Bergman can read it. Bergman is Sweden's most famous criminal profiler, having written a definitive, best-selling book about workings of the criminal mind. He's played by Swedish actor Rolf Lassgard, famous for his performance as the original Wallander, based on Henning Mankell's wildly popular crime novels.
Bergman is strong-headed, politically incorrect, intuitive, abrasive - and grief-stricken. He's yet to come to terms with the loss of his wife and daughter from the 2004 tsunami in Thailand, an event that caused his life to careen out of control and derailed his work with the Stockholm police department. Personal compulsions numb the pain and make him into his own worst enemy. His life and career are completely on the skids when he returns to his hometown, two weeks late for his mother's funeral but just in time to help the local police solve the brutal murder of a 15-year-old boy. Then, a revelation from his past jump-starts his efforts to get his life back in order and deal with his sexual addiction. He's learned that therapy won't help; what he needs is to get back to work. When the Stockholm police realize they have a serial killer on their hands, Bergman knows he's still got it and insists they hire him. It's a race against the clock to catch a murderer who appears to be modeling his attacks on those of a deadly criminal Bergman put behind bars years ago. The chase is on; catching killers is the one thing he knows how to do best.
Back in Stockholm, Bergman attempts to get his life back in order, with a surprise discovery giving him a new lease of life.

(Webmaster's comment:
Child sex abuse by a mother can be especially damaging to the child.)

Sebastian Bergman: Dark Secrets, Part 2: (2013) - 90 minutes
Sebastian Bergman: Dark Secrets, Part 2: at

Every criminal has his own handwriting, but on Sebastian Bergman can read it. Bergman is strong-headed, politically incorrect, intuitive, abrasive - and grief-stricken. He's struggling to come to terms with the loss of his wife and young daughter from the 2004 tsunami in Thailand, an event that caused his life to careen out of control. Returning to work, Bergman had one more surprise waiting for him - an adult daughter he never knew he had, now working alongside him as a fellow investigator in the Stockholm police department. When Bergman finds out that she might be chosen to participate in an FBI training course in America, he's desperate not to lose her. At the same time, he discovers a personal connection in the case of three girls who were found dead in a small-town mine. It could have been a triple suicide or murder. More dark secrets emerge as the corpse of a notorious serial killer is found buried in a field. Clues lead to a nearby convent, where the body of a young girl is also unearthed. He has to figure out who killed the girl and who killed the killer. The game is on; catching criminals is the one thing Sebastian Bergman knows how to do best.

(Webmaster's comment:
Intellectually disabled boys are especially easy victims.
So are very religious girls. It's God's Will!)

Borgen Season 1: Episode 8: The Silly Season (2010) - 60 minutes
Borgen Season 1: Episode 8: The Silly Season at

While the prime minister tries to take a family vacation, the upcoming publication of a tell-all by a former politician puts spin doctor Kasper Juul on the edge.

(Webmaster's comment:
Sex abuse of a male child by the father
and the mother who refuses to see it.)

Borgen Season 2: Episode 6: Them and Us (2011) - 60 minutes
Borgen Season 2: Episode 6: Them and Us at

Kasper's past returns to haunt him as he clears out his parent's former home, while Birgitte can't admit to herself that her daughter is ill. The Freedom Party suggests lowering the age of criminal responsibility to 12; a move that reveals fundamental differences in the coalition parties.

(Webmaster's comment:
A father and his friends sexually abuse a boy for years.)

Borgen Season 2: Episode 9: The Sanctity of Private Life (2011) - 60 minutes
Borgen Season 2: Episode 9: The Sanctity of Private Life at

Laura's illness becomes much worse and when Laura's psychiatrist suggests admitting her to a private hospital, Birgitte and Phillip immediately agree. But Birgitte's own tax reforms force here to pay out of pocket and when the media finds out she is accused of hypocrisy.

(Webmaster's comment:
The plight a politician's sick child makes for a media bonanza.)

ANNO 1790: Episode 7: The Blind Hand of Fate (2011) - 60 minutes
ANNO 1790: Episode 7: The Blind Hand of Fate at

Daadh investigates a string of children who have disappeared from an orphanage. A number of children are found dead in the piles of excrement and rubbish that line Stockholm's shoreline. Daadh's investigation leads him to the Great Orphanage, where they claim to know nothing about the bodies. Each year, one of the orphans is chosen to carry out the drawing in the Number Lottery, a popular event where large amounts of money are in play.

(Webmaster's comment:
Children have always been the most vulnerable targets.)

Arne Dahl: Season 1: Episodes 5 & 6: To the Top of the Mountain (2012) - 120 minutes
Arne Dahl: Episodes 5 & 6: To the Top of the Mountain at

A Swedish family is on a road trip in Holland, when suddenly their car violently explodes. The man, his wife and their baby are killed instantly. The case ties directly with the 'A-Unit'. The man killed was a policeman working undercover in the Rajko Nedics organization. Nedic is a celebrity, loved by the tabloids, famous for his three star restaurants, and wanted by the police on suspicion of running a drug cartel. A Swedish family is on a road trip in Holland when their car is blown apart in a violent explosion. The man, woman and young child are killed instantly. The case is immediately handed over to 'A Unit' to investigate. The 'A Unit's' investigation of a car explosion in Holland leads them to the shady dealings of a celebrated restaurateur and a Dutch criminal gang. The investigation has life-threatening consequences for the team, and even implicates a surprising suspect.

(Webmaster's comment:
Young children are the perfect sex abuse victims.)

Arne Dahl: Season 2: Episodes 5 & 6: Hidden Numbers (2015) - 120 minutes
Arne Dahl: Episodes 5 & 6: Hidden Numbers at

The murder of two girls points to a trafficking operation and a motorcycle gang. When another girl disappears from the same area, 'A Unit' sees a shocking pattern. A Swedish biker gang's link to sex trafficking two teen girls to Belgium means 'A Unit' is already on the case when another young blond goes missing. Paul Hjelm investigates a claim against a vice squad officer. Ida is frustrated at how tantalisingly close the team came to saving the abducted girl.

(Webmaster's comment:
The victims are young children 5-10 years old.
But even sex abuse of teens is still sex abuse of children.)

The Killing: Season 3 (2012) - 580 minutes
The Killing: Season 3 at

The financial crisis is raging and the number of bankruptcies and repossessions is on the rise, but Detective Inspector Sarah Lund has a newfound sense of peace in the form of a new job, a new home, and the recognition of achieving 25 years of service in the Police Force. What appears to be a random murder in a scrapyard at the Copenhagen docks begins to interfere with Lund's plans for a quieter life and draws attention towards the shipping and oil giant Zeeland, run by billionaire Robert Zeuthen, who is the third generation head of the family to run this business empire. He is already troubled by his recent divorce and internal struggles within the company.
Meanwhile, Sarah Lund is disturbed by an old flame, Mathias Borch, from the National Intelligence Service (PET) who fears that the killing at the docks is the beginning of an assassination attempt upon the prime minister. Prime Minister Kamper is himself in the middle of a turbulent election due to the pressures of the financial crisis, and is looking for backing from the commercial sector, including Zeeland.
Rumours arise that Zeuthen is threatening to move the company and its production aboard--a potential disaster for the local economy. Both Lund and the investigation quickly become embroiled in the politics of the financial crisis and all too late she begins to piece together the perpetrator's plan and the sort of debt he is seeking to reclaim; a moral debt which costs lives and involves the taking of a particularly chosen hostage. Destinies cross over all sections of Danish society as the hunt for the perpetrator intensifies towards a dark secret which eventually puts everything at stake for both the Prime Minister, Robert Zeuthen, and Sarah Lund.

The Hunt (2012) - 111 minutes
The Hunt at

The Hunt is a disturbing depiction of how a lie is taken as truth when gossip, doubt and malice are allowed to flourish and ignite a witch-hunt that soon threatens to destroy an innocent man's life. Lucas is just starting to get his life back together after losing his job and facing a difficult divorce, when his life is shattered by an untruthful remark throwing his small community into a collective state of hysteria. As the lie spreads, Lucas is forced to fight a lonely battle for his life and dignity.

(Webmaster's comment:
Sometimes children can tell little lies and adults will twist the facts
to fit their own suspicions and destroy the lives of innocent people.)

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