U.S. man convicted of going to Moldova to have sex with boys

A wealthy motel owner from New Jersey was convicted Friday, August 3, of travelling to Eastern Europe, including Moldova and Romania, to sexually assault impoverished boys in exchange for money and gifts, International Herald Tribune reports. Anthony Bianchi or Mark, as he introduced himself to the boys, was convicted of having sex with or attempting to have sex with four boys on foreign soil, including in the Moldovan village of Trebujeni, in exchange for money, food, liquor, trips and gifts. Eight Moldovan boys travelled to the U.S. to testify. The defence said prosecutors had insufficient evidence to support their allegations, and that the young witnesses gave conflicting statements or were "lying through their teeth" on the stand. It is expected that Bianchi’s lawyers will appeal against the guilty verdict.

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