Crimea has found support in the person of a child porno lover from Germany

Yalta Yalta

An informal German delegation, headed by ex-mp Jörg Tauss, previously convicted of possessing child pornography, has arrived in Yalta (Crimea).

This information was published by a Federal “Rossiyskaya Gazeta” (“Russian Newspaper”), as well as on the site of the city administration.

As head of the “tourist delegations” Jörg Tauss met with head of Yalta Andrei Rostenko and deputies of the Yalta City Council. Rostenko thanked the members of the delegation for their decision to visit Crimea and to see the situation on the peninsula after the “Referendum 2014”.

In his turn Tauss stressed that the sanctions preventing the development of the Yalta region and Crimea in whole had to be lifted soon.

“If our politicians are unable or unwilling to solve this problem, we must help them. We are in favour of lifting the sanctions against the Russian Federation. Also it would be very cool to adopt a law about visa-free travels to Crimea. This would knock out our Western opponents,” proposed the head of the delegation.

Jörg Tauss came in sight of the German law enforcement agencies at the beginning of 2009 and was stripped of his parliamentary immunity for a home search. As a result of the search, the police found a number of materials with child pornography content.

In May 2010 the Regional Court of Karlsruhe conditionally sentenced the former Bundestag member from the social democratic party Jörg Tauss to one year and three months of imprisonment for possession of child pornography.

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