NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Sentencing has been postponed in the case of a Canadian man facing up to 50 years in prison for his admitted role in an international pedophile ring he ran out of Thailand.

No new date has been set in the case of John Wrenshall, who pleaded guilty to three counts including conspiring to engage in sex tourism and to producing and distributing child pornography.

The 63-year-old detailed graphic abuse of boys as young as four years old.

Authorities discovered Wrenshall was running a brothel for pedophiles in Thailand after confiscating computers from Union City resident Wayne Corliss.

Corliss is serving a 20-year sentence after admitting he traveled to Thailand to have sex with at least two boys.

Sentencing Postponed In Child Sex Ring Case
Comments (2)
  1. jimmie says:

    Society must protect these children from the ulawful lusts and actions of pedophiles. I pray the prision term is life without parole. Anything less would not have the necessary impact to stop this terrible crime and abuse of children.

  2. Nick says:

    They should have jointed the priesthood. Than it’ll be all ok.

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