It was just past midnight last May when Marisa Cazanave poured her heart out in an e-mail and hit “send.” “You make me unbelievably happy,” began the rambling love letter.But the Brooklyn Technical HS teacher’s confession was wracked with mixed emotions because the object of her affection was her student.According to authorities, Gholamreza is a naturalized Australian citizen born in Tehran.He arrived in the Philippines from Sydney on August 19 to meet a minor he met through Facebook.Facebook personnel flagged authorities when they discovered numerous naked photos of a 13-year old girl posted in chat sessions with the suspect, known as "Nick Mrison" on the social networking site.Facebook immediately closed the suspect's account and alerted the United States National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Australian Federal Police.Reliable sources said that Goddo’s partner in the crime was one Lallan, who ran an illegal brothel in Varanasi.Lallan used to dole out big money to Goddo for every girl she delivered to him.
In their chats, the suspect allegedly forced the minor to send nude photos via the Internet in exchange for money.
"It's a protocol of Facebook to monitor all the chat logs and they came upon the account of this minor chatting with an Australian national.
The victim has long been providing explicit images," said Chief Superintendent Rosauro Acio, head of the PNP-WCPC.
MANILA – Facebook posts helped police nab a suspected Australian "sex tourist" at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) on Monday.
Anti-child pornography operatives of the Philippine National Police-Women and Children Protection Center (PNP-WCPC) arrested Farhanipour Gholamreza on suspicion of involvement in child sex tourism and pornography at the NAIA Terminal 1 Monday, just as he was leaving the Philippines.