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lunedì 24 luglio 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 12

A Salem man is being held on $140,000 bail on child porn and online sexual corruption of a child charges


Patrick Ryan Johnson, 36, was arrested on two counts of second-degree online sexual corruption of a child and six counts of first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse.

According to a secret indictment filed in Marion County, Johnson used online communication to solicit a child to engage in sexual contact and to physically meet with the child. He is also accused of duplicating multiple photos of sexually explicit conduct involving a child.

Johnson was previously convicted of reckless burning in 2012 and sentenced to two years probation.

Following his arrest Thursday, he was taken to Marion County jail and ordered to have no contact with his young female victim.


A children's doctor at a Devon hospital - who was jailed for downloading child pornography depicting abuse of a 12-month-old baby - has been struck off.
Dr Jonathan Walsh, a senior paediatrician at North Devon District Hospital, was jailed for three years in March after admitting distributing horrific films of the worst kind of child abuse to fellow paedophiles.
Walsh used a sophisticated hard drive cleaning programme called 'CyberScrub' to cover up his illegal activity but was caught after a forensic expert was called in.
The 47-year-old father-of-two downloaded at least 27 abuse films from the internet and was jailed in March following guilty pleas to seven counts of making indecent photographs of a child and ten counts of distribution.
Walsh is currently serving his sentence in Dartmoor prison and was not at the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service hearing in Manchester yesterday.


Walsh had been working at the North Devon District Hospital in Barnstaple from 2005 but took a year out in July 2011 to work in New Zealand, returning to the hospital in 2012.
In 2014 Walsh was named as 'the doctor for safe guarding children' working in conjunction with children's services but after the criminal information came to light he was dismissed on June 15, 2016.
Officers raided his family home in Barnstaple in September 2015 but when the investigation began they found that documents had been deleted and had to go back to seize the wifi router.

Professor Tony Sammes was brought in to assist and he was able to analyse the router and prove that the doctor had been downloading and distributing indecent images and movies of children.
A total of 27 movies were recovered, 26 were Category A, the most severe and one was Category B. He pleaded guilty before Exeter Crown Court to the charges.


Walsh, formerly of Barnstaple but now living in Lytham St Annes, Lancs, was jailed for a total of three years and told his career and reputation were in tatters
Walsh from Lytham St Annes, Lancashire, told his solicitor he committed the offences because he was 'tired' of working at the hospital and wanted to quit his job.
He had admitted to using using CyberScrub and eMule peer-to-peer software after watching adult pornography but claimed the child porn had been downloaded inadvertently.
Walsh, along with his wife and children, moved from their home in North Devon to Lancashire after she decided to stay with him. He was dismissed from his on June 15, 2016.
As well as the three year prison sentence, Walsh was put on the sex offenders' register for life and was given a sexual harm prevention order. None of the offences related to patients at the North Devon District Hospital.




 A former music director at a Florida church has been charged with multiple child sex charges after a coworker trying to prank him stumbled upon more than 350,000 images of child pornography on the man’s laptop, police said.
Chad Everett Robison, 36, of Hernando, is charged with three counts of video voyeurism, three counts of lewd and lascivious exhibition and one count of promoting the sexual performance of a child, according to the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office. He remained in the Citrus County Jail on Monday in lieu of $26,000 bond. 
“I want to emphasize that this is a textbook case of an online sexual predator,” Sheriff Mike Prendergast said during a Thursday afternoon news conference, which was streamed live on Facebook. “It will not be tolerated in Citrus County, and we’re going to vigorously pursue people who commit crimes like this.”
Prendergast detailed some of what investigators found on Robison’s laptop. 
We have videos of Robison having virtual sex with an underage female who is not local, as well as trying to coerce young girls to show him their breasts while he masturbated on camera with them,” Prendergast said. “In addition, the defendant was secretly videoing and recording females in his restroom at his home over the course of the time that he gathered up these digital images and videos. We have yet to identify those victims, so additional charges may be forthcoming as we continue to press through the evidence that we’ve gathered.” 
Prendergast said in a news release last week that the investigation thus far has “just scratched the surface,” and that investigators anticipated finding additional suspects as the probe continues. 
Capt. Brian Spiddle, with the Sheriff’s Office’s Major Crimes Unit, said some of Robison’s victims could be local, but that others have already been identified out-of-state and in Canada. Investigators have contacted the law enforcement agencies in those jurisdictions. 
“It’s going to be a very difficult and long process to find those who have been victimized by this man,” Spiddle said in the news release
Robison was arrested following a two-month investigation that began when a coworker at Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church in Lecanto found the inappropriate images on his laptop, which Robison had left behind at work, Prendergast said. Church officials contacted the Sheriff’s Office immediately, and Robison was fired.
Investigators analyzing Robison’s laptop found the tens of thousands of photographs, along with more than 3,000 videos, the sheriff said. The videos go back several years, though some were as recent as a few months ago.
Robison served at the church from 2011 to his firing in May. Church officials released a statement following Robison’s arrest, according to WFTS in Tampa.
“On Thursday, May 11, we received allegations about material found on the personal computer of our music director, Chad Robison,” the statement read“Prior to May 11, we had no knowledge or suspicion of improper conduct by Mr. Robison. We investigated these allegations and dismissed Mr. Robison from employment at Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church on Monday, May 15, and banned him from our campus. Simultaneously, we informed the Citrus County Sheriff's Office of what we had discovered. It should be noted that Mr. Robison was an employee of our church and not of our school. Seven Rivers Presbyterian Church remains committed to full cooperation with the Citrus County Sheriff's Office in this matter.” 

SULPHUR, La. - Attorney General Jeff Landry’s Cyber Crime Unit (CCU) has arrested a Sulphur man for possessing sexual abuse images of children.
“Our office is committed to using every tool we have to find child predators and bring them to justice.” said General Landry. “We will continue to do all that we can to protect our State’s children.”
Cameron Fairley, 27 of Sulphur, was booked on 80 counts of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children and 29 additional counts of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children (under the age of 13). He was arrested and booked into the Calcasieu Parish Jail following a joint investigation between General Landry’s CCU, Homeland Security Investigations, the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office, and the Sulphur Police Department.
General Landry’s CCU has investigated thousands of computer crimes that have victimized children from infants to 16 years of age. To report child exploitation, call the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation at 800-256-4506.
It took a jury at Shrewsbury Crown Court less than an hour to convict Wayne Beesley, 39, of Brookfield Close, Weston Rhyn, of three charges relating to possessing and making indecent images of children.
He had previously admitted three separate charges of making indecent images of children.
The jury convicted him of making 101 indecent images of children in category A – the most serious – and two separate charges of taking an indecent photo of a child, namely a category C moving image.
The charges admitted prior to trial were making an indecent photo of a child in category C, making an indecent photo of a child with 85 images in Category B, and making indecent photos of a child with 11,873 in category C.
The images were found when police visited his home on December 5, 2016. Police also discovered two videos on his mobile phone in which he had recorded two children.
The court heard that the children were clothed and that the videos had been almost immediately deleted but that they had not been appropriate.
Beesley has been an environmental officer at Wrexham County Borough Council for 10 years, but is currently suspended.
Sentencing Judge Jonathan Gosling said computer records showed that Beesley had specifically entered search terms to gain access to the most serious types of images.
He said: “For 18 months or so you harboured a very dark secret and gave into it. You indulged your sexual interest in young girls under 10.
He added: “The search terms you entered into the computer show shortly before your arrest you became interested in seeing, and I am quite sure you did see them, the harrowing images I describe in category A.”
Judge Gosling told Beesleythere are two reasons why the offences are so seriously punished.He said: “There is a very high demand for this distressing material. If there is no demand there is no product.
Judge Gosling added that child victims of abuse would also grow up knowing that the images were still out there for the rest of their lives.
He said: “Children grow up and know these images can never be deleted.”
Beesley was sentenced to a total of 30 months in prison and was ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for life.
He was also made subject of an indefinite sexual harm prevention order which restricts his possession of devices that can access the internet or take photos. He will also not be allowed to have unsupervised contact with children under the age of 16.

Shropshire pervert with 'dark secret' jailed over child abuse images Dominic Robertson July 20 2017


A judge handed a penitentiary sentence to a Martensville man who says he is addicted to child pornography — to the point where he continued downloading it even after his wife caught him. 
Around 12,000 images were found on Dale Edward Blair’s computer in 2016 after police were alerted through an investigation into child porn being shared on a social messaging app called Kik. 
Police found a user had sent 34 child porn files — depicting sexual abuse of children mostly under five years of age — to a chat group in 2009, Crown prosecutor Lana Morelli told court. A notification indicated that the same user shared more child porn in October 2016. 
The user was determined to be Blair and a search warrant was issued on Dec. 21, 2016. Blair admitted downloading child porn and using Kik to share it. 
“He’s relieved not to have to hide this anymore,” defence lawyer Lisa Watson said. 
Blair, 30, was sentenced on Monday in Saskatoon provincial court to three years in prison after pleading guilty to one count each of accessing, possessing and sharing child porn. Judge Marilyn Gray imposed the sentence, which was jointly submitted by the Crown and defence. Each charge carries a minimum sentence of one year, but Blair received three years for each charge, to be served concurrently. 
Morelli said aggravating factors include the young age of the victims and the size of Blair’s collection — which was larger before he deleted a portion of it when his wife discovered the files in November 2016. Although he tried to get rid of the material, Blair “felt a compulsion to return to it,” Watson said. 
There is no evidence of Blair ever directly harming a child, even though his pre-sentence report indicated he was a victim of child sexual abuse. Watson argued the sexual abuse contributed to her client’s offending and mental health issues; court heard Blair has been suicidal since he was charged but immediately sought counselling with his wife’s support. 
Because there was no “hands-on” offending, a sex offender risk assessment could not be done, Watson said. She noted that another recidivism tool determined he was a low risk to reoffend. Blair hopes to access sex offender treatment while in prison, court heard. 
For three years after his release, Blair will be banned from visiting pools, parks or playgrounds unless he’s with an adult who is aware of his conviction. He will also be prohibited from using the internet, except at work. 

An addiction to pornography led one Lindsay man down a dark path and a desire for more and more explicit images, including those of young children.
Bobby Joe Ables, 53, admits his guilt, makes it clear he's sorry and ashamed of his actions and even would love the opportunity to help law enforcement track down and catch people involved with porn.
Still, Ables is facing a dozen years in prison for downloading hundreds of child porn images from file sharing sites online.
Given credit for time already served, Ables was sentenced to 12 years behind bars and another 13 suspended during a hearing Monday in a Garvin County District courtroom.
When he does get out of prison Ables is also awaiting a series of restrictive sex offender rules.
During his sentencing a shackled Ables took the stand to offer his thoughts to District Judge Leah Edwards.
It stemmed from pornography and expedited into something more explicit,” Ables said.
He was quick to add his problem started about five years ago when viewing porn eventually wasn't enough. It led to him wanting more explicit images, including those showing children.
“I feel tremendous embarrassment and remorsefulness,” he said. “I'm embarrassed for my neighbors. I'm embarrassed for the people I worked with. We were like family.
“I can't express it enough how sorry I am. It's wrong. I would like to stop people from downloading this and be more involved in helping to arrest people who do this.”
Ables said he never had a desire to do anything with a young child, but his addiction kept him downloading more and more online images.
Judge Edwards agreed this was an unusual case with the defendant admitting his guilt up front and even expressing a desire to help law enforcement.
“The court acknowledges his admission of guilt, his remorse and his desire to change,” Edwards said moments before announcing the sentence. “But this is not a victimless crime.”
Also agreeing this was an unusual situation was prosecutor Corey Miner, an assistant district attorney in Garvin County.
This was basically an addiction to pornography that escalated and got more explicit. I'm not used to being in the position where a defendant has the stamina to take the stand and admit his guilt,” he said.
Miner even expressed a desire to match this defendant up with law enforcement to provide more insight into the mind of a compulsive porn addict.
He also recommended somewhere between 10 and 15 years for Ables' prison term.
Defense attorney Arlan Bullard asked for an even softer sentence as his client did not run from his guilt.
“This was a compulsion and a thing that took over and got worse, got to the point where it was unlawful,” Bullard said.
“He has not made excuses, not try to place the blame on anyone else, not even try to blame this compulsion. But he takes the blame and says he would like to fight this.
“That is a man you go on the low end for his sentence. Give him credit for time served, give him two years, three years, give him some low number,” he said, adding severe sex offender restrictions should follow Ables' prison sentence. 

A Napier man who possessed hundreds of photos and videos of children being sexually abused has been sentenced to 10 months' home detention.

Richard Turner admitted to the Department of Internal affairs his "problems" with the child abuse content extended back for 20 years.
The 49-year-old pleaded guilty to the charge in Napier District Court, admitting possessing 363 images and videos of pre-teens, some where they were posed sexually and others where they were engaged in sexual activity with other children as well as adults.
He told the Department of Internal Affairs he was relieved to have been caught because he "didn't know how to seek help", the Department said in a statement after the sentencing.
He's since sought counselling, which is included as part of his sentence. His sentence also prevents him from contacting anyone under 16 without an informed adult present, and he can't have an internet-capable device without permission from a probation officer.
Stephen Waugh, the Department's Censorship Compliance Unit manager, said this kind of child abuse won't stop until people stop viewing it.
"Collecting and viewing this material is not passive offending and it is not a victimless crime. It condones the abuse children suffer to satisfy the market for these images," he said.
"If those who are fuelling this abuse really want to remove themselves before we intervene, they only need to look for local treatment providers, specialist therapists, or to organisations such as Safe Network, Stop and Well Stop."
Turner was eventually caught after an online video chat service reported his activity.

A fifty eight year old man who admitted possessing hundreds of thousands of indecent images of children with intent to distribute has been sent to jail for more than four years.
Stephen Bell of Sandside Road, Mossbank, was also handed an additional non custodial sentence of four years, placed on the sex offender register for an indefinite period of time, and placed under a sexual offences prevention order which will closely monitor his use of the internet.
Bell appeared at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Friday for sentencing after having pled guilty to the charges during a hearing last month.
The offences took place over a five-year period between 1 February 2011 and 1 February 2016 at his home address and elsewhere.
Procurator fiscal Duncan Mackenzie described Bell as a man whose life had over time been taken over by obtaining child pornography.
When police officers raided Bell's house in February last year they recovered numerous computers, recording devices and 35 hard drives with indecent images of children.
The Crown took the decision to fully interrogate just six of the hard drives, while the remaining 29 devices, which also contained indecent images of children, were previewed.
The forensically examined hard drives revealed more than 100,000 indecent images of children, of which 5,300 were of the most serious category.
Officers also found almost 900 movies of child pornography stored on the devices.
The fiscal said: "He worked full time, but it appears that once work was completed, his life revolved almost exclusively around obtaining these horrific images."
He said that he was concerned that Bell seemed to be incapable of appreciating the seriousness of his crime, and added: "Every single image here contains the image of a victim."
Representing Bell, defence solicitor Tommy Allan described his client as a "loner" who had allowed his obsession to take over his life.
"He seemed to have spent the majority of his life collecting these images without any chance of ever looking at them," the solicitor said.
"It went out of control, and it was inevitable that at some point it would be discovered."
Bell had fully cooperated in the investigation by the means of an early plea, Allan continued and added that his client had also indicated his willingness to get to the root of his offending.
Imprisoning Bell for four years and four months, sheriff Philip Mann told him that his offending was of the most serious nature, had taken place over a considerable period of time and was further compounded by his "difficulty in recognising the wrong" he had done.
He said Bell was a serious risk to the public, and "this public are children".
Every image contributes to the abuse of children. You are creating a market and a reason for other people to make these images and thereby abuse children," he said.
Bell was then handcuffed and taken to the cells at Lerwick police station before flown to prison on the mainland.
In a short statement issued on Friday afternoon, senior investigative officer detective inspector Richard Baird said Police Scotland was committed to taking action against people involved in this cycle of crime.
"This was an extremely complex investigation and Bell's system has been described as one of the most intricate ever seen by the specialist computer forensic examiners who worked on the case," he said.
"Possessing indecent images is not a victimless crime and every day children are subjected to dreadful abuse in order to create these materials which are distributed around the world."

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