The woman received asylum from the Hungarian state back in 2003.
Crime happens everywhere. Even the most disgusting form committed against children is present in every single country. In Hungary, however, DNH reported quite a lot of these cases in the past months.
The 45-year-old Sudanese woman has been living in Hungary since 2003, after seeking asylum and applying for refugee status.
Last year, suspicion arose that she might have misled the Hungarian authorities when applying and receiving her documentation. To find out the truth, the Immigration and Asylum Office started an investigation to annul her refugee status. The authorities found traces of crime on her mobile phone during this procedure, and thus, they denounced her.
According to the indictment,
the police found three shots containing child pornographic elements.
She had received the pictures through an application from someone else. Later on, in the autumn of 2019, she forwarded two of them to a third person’s phone, wrote liner.hu.
Moreover, during the whole of the investigation,
the police found almost 400 grams of cocaine inside 34 capsules
in her rented apartment in District VIII, reported MTI. The approximate value of the drugs is over 30 million forints (over 85 thousand euros).
The Prosecutor’s Office of Budapest initiates her arrest as a suspect of possessing child pornographic content and a considerable amount of narcotics. According to the Office, there is a chance that she might try to run away or hide to aggravate the investigation.
Source: liner.hu, hvg.hu, ugyeszseg.hu, MTI