Made by Destruction - Netflix
Mon 24 June 2019
Made by Destruction travels all over the globe to explore how obsolete objects are split apart, stripped down, melted, shredded and re-invented in ingenious and extraordinary ways.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Made by Destruction - Peter Scully - Netflix
Peter Gerard Scully (born 13 January 1963) is an Australian convicted child sex abuser. He was on trial for numerous other crimes against children, including the production and dissemination of sadistic child pornography, torture and murder. In June 2018, he was found guilty of one count of human trafficking and five counts of rape and sentenced to life in prison.
Made by Destruction - Daisy's Destruction - Netflix
The most notorious of Scully's output was titled Daisy's Destruction, which he sold to clients for up to $10,000. Made in 2012, the multi-part film is so extreme that it was for some time regarded as an urban legend. It features the torture and brutal rape of a number of girls by Scully and some Filipina accomplices, the three oldest victims of whom were Liza (aged 12), Cindy (11) and Daisy (18 months). Urged on by Scully, some of the worst physical and sexual abuse was carried out on the children by one of his girlfriends, Liezyl Margallo, a former child prostitute then 19 years old. Indeed, it seems Margallo was the sole hands-on victimizer of Daisy: The introduction to the film invites the viewer to watch Daisy's “mental ruin” as she “learn[s] how to please her mistress”. Scully put Daisy's Destruction out under his No Limits Fun “production company”, selling it to other pedophiles via the dark web. Among those who acquired it was one of the biggest ever purveyors of child pornography, Scully's fellow Australian Matthew David Graham. Apprehended at age 22, he ran a series of “hurtcore” child pornography sites. Graham said he got the video so he could use it to attract more viewers to his network of websites.
Made by Destruction - References - Netflix