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CHILD PORN ADDICTION 13

A 19-year-old Balch Springs man was sentenced to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple counts of production of child pornography.

Francisco Javier Lopez Echeverria took explicit images of a toddler he lived with for several months last year, according to court documents.

Echeverria was sentenced Monday after being arrested in August and pleading guilty to the charges in December, according the U.S. attorney's office.

In several of the images and videos, Echeverria touches the child's genitals, according to his indictment. In May 2016, Dallas police received a tip that child pornography had been uploaded to several Flickr accounts that were traced back to Echeverria's phone.

When police searched his home, they found the boy and two phones containing child porn. Several photos and videos depict Echeverria touching the infant in a sexual manner.
Beyond photos of the boy, Echeverria possessed hundreds of additional photos of nude toddlers and infants, some of whom are known sexual abuse victims. 
At the time, he denied taking the images for his own sexual gratification.
Echeverria will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life upon his release from prison.

19-year-old child molester who made toddler pose for porn gets 35 years Kylie Madry jULY 24 2O17


A well-known Derbyshire carpet fitter has been jailed for more than three years after admitting to a catalogue of sexual offences – including possessing “extreme” images of animals and children.
Robert Salisbury, 40, pleaded guilty to possessing hundreds of disgusting child abuse images, and sharing more than 2,000 other vile movies and photographs of children.
Nottingham Crown Court heard how Salisbury, who owns a carpet and flooring business, used his own broadband, as well as that of his neighbours, family and clients, to access the indecent images.
His actions led to one innocent man being arrested and interviewed on suspicion of the offences.
Indecent images of children are categorised into one of three groups – A, B or C. Category A images involving penetrative sexual activity, sexual activity with an animal, or sadism. Category B images involving non-penetrative sexual activity, and category C covers any indecent images not falling within categories A or B.
The court heard how Salisbury had filed the content according to the child’s age which were as young as 10.
The pervert, of Firs Avenue, Hulland Ward, near Ashbourne, admitted possessing 175 extreme pornographic images of animals and taking indecent photographs of a child.
He later pleaded to possessing 36 category A images, 25 category B images, and five category C images, as well as one count of distributing indecent images and another of voyeurism against a woman.
Prosecutor Victoria Rose said: “Police officers were alerted to the fact that indecent images had been accessed at the home address of the defendant. Other addresses believed to have been involved were later linked to the defendant.”
Miss Rose told the court how Salisbury used the internet connections at the homes of his friend, and that of his former mother-in-law to access the illicit content.
She added: “Three folders which had been shared were found to contain 2,030 images. When his computer was analysed, officers found evidence that the defendant was aware of the encryption of computers and being able to hide his activities online.
“Clearly the defendant was very familiar with what to install to hide his activities.”
Sentencing Salisbury, Recorder Steven Evans said: “You used the broadband connections of a number of your neighbours and friends – a couple who you have fitted carpet for you used their broadband to access indecent images of children and as a result, the gentleman concerned was arrested, put in a cell and interviewed. He has had to suffer the embarrassment and humiliation of that – he is a victim of your offending.
“You have used the dark web deliberately to access and distribute these images covertly, you used friends, family and neighbours' (internet connections) to protect yourself from being discovered.”
Recorder Evans branded Salisbury’s production of indecent images of children a “worrying step towards physical abuse.”
He told Salisbury: “There are some people who think that in viewing indecent images of children it is somehow harmless. The children in the images were abused by other people for your gratification. Young children were sexually abused and exploited – it is impossible to measure the harm that was done to them.
If there was no market for it, those children would not by abused. Sadly, there are thousands of children out there being abused so that people like you can look at them. You told police that you have no sexual preference for children, but that is blatantly untrue.”
Salisbury was sentenced to a total of 40 months in prison, was told he would forfeit his equipment, and has been placed under a sexual harm prevention order.
Mitigating, Roger Wilson said: “He is a son and a father – his mother father and best friend are here again in court for him today. They are very supportive of him – they don’t condone what he has done, but they love him and they are here for him.

“He was a professional businessman, he had a good company that was turning over £100,000 per annum – he was a well-respected member of a small community on the outside, but on the inside he was struggling from around the time of his marriage break down.
He describes his actions as an addiction – he couldn’t stop himself. He even said he was relieved when he was arrested.

A South Derbyshire pervert who admitted he has a sexual interest in children avoided being sent to jail immediately despite being caught with more than 1,000 sick child abuse movies.
Martyn Dunks, of Foss Road, Hilton, had 1,213 indecent films and images stored away on electronic devices, almost half of which were the most serious category A, which would typically show young children in sexual activity with adults.
Three more extreme pornographic movies involving a woman engaged in a sex act with a dog were also discovered when police raided his Hilton home, Derby Crown Court heard.

And after first answering “no comment” to the questions detectives quizzed him with, he later admitted he had been downloading the sick moving footage and images for more than three years.

Handing the 31-year-old a 10-month jail term, suspended for two years, Judge Nirmal Shant QC said: “Your offending went on for a long period of time and this is a serious matter.

“The public are rightly concerned by people such as yourself who view images and movies like this.

You candidly accept in your (pre-sentence) report that you have an [sexual] interest in children and that this may have come from your own experiences as a young person.

“I have to confess I am concerned with some of the things I read about you. But I have to consider the risk you pose and how best you can be managed.

“The probation service says they can work with you and you want to work with them.”

“He said he had been abused himself as a child and that he accepted he had a sexual interest in young children, which had developed over a period of time.”
Dunks pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images and possessing three extreme pornographic movies, depicting a woman with a dog, between October 18, 2012 and October 18, 2016.

As well as the suspended jail term he was handed a sexual harm prevention order and was ordered to work with the probation service to address his offending.

He must also carry out 180 hours' unpaid work.
Following sentencing, an NSPCC spokesman said: “Dunks viewed material which showed children suffering horrific sexual abuse and in doing so he has helped fuel the demand for this vile material.

“To help tackle this gutter industry which profits from children’s suffering and to prevent the publication of these images, the NSPCC is calling on internet companies and authorities to share information, expertise and resources.

“Anyone concerned about a child can call the NSPCC helpline on 0808 800 5000, while children and young people can contact Childline free and confidentially on 0800 1111 or via www.childline.org.uk.”

Pervert caught with more than 1,000 sick child abuse movies and animal porn MARTIN NAYLOR 28 JUL 2017


A PAEDOPHILE has been jailed for 12 months after he admitted to downloading more than 570 images and videos of young girls being raped and sexually abused. 
Paul Platten, 39, from Wincanton admitted to three counts of making indecent images of a child.
Platten admitted that he was in possession of 576 images and 15 videos which showed girls aged between five and eight being raped and sexually abused when he appeared at Taunton Crown Court today (July 28). 
Platten was jailed in August 2016 for 12 months after he sent explicit messages to vigilantes posing as a 13-year-old girl.
Defending, Caroline Bolt said Platten suffers from depression and said he was in denial about committing the offences. 
 "At the time of these offences Mr Platten was a non offender" she said. 
"It is not uncommon for people like Mr Platten to do this, it is difficult for people to face up to the fact they have carried out these morally reprehensible actions.
"Mr Platten has difficulty in expressing himself to the probation service after a previous bad experience with them. 
"In my submission, sending Mr Platten for a custodial sentence is not going to help him. 
"He admits that he needs help and he will not receive the help he needs if he is going to be given a custodial sentence."

Paul Platten, 39 from Wincanton jailed after admitting to downloading more than 500 images of young girls 28th July 2017


A council has said it is ‘appalled’ by the ‘disgraceful’ crimes committed by one of its former youth workers after he was jailed for downloading ‘extreme’ child abuse images.

Stefan Cadek downloaded 94,000 indecent images and 540 videos to his mobile phone before the police finally caught up with him.

Nearly a third of his huge stockpile were of the ‘most extreme kind’ depicting ‘serious child abuse’.

Scotland Yard said his crimes were ‘made all the more disturbing’ by Cadek’s previous job as senior youth worker for Enfield Council.

His former employer has now spoken out against the 44-year-old after he was jailed for two years and two months on Monday.

An Enfield Council spokesperson said: ‘We are appalled that Stefan Cadek committed these disgraceful crimes and we are grateful to the police for securing his prosecution.

‘We take all allegations of child abuse extremely seriously and investigate immediately any allegations concerning child abuse.’

The council said they suspended Cadek immediately after his arrest and dismissed him for gross misconduct within the following month.

The spokesperson added: ‘An independent investigation into Stefan’s recruitment and work history found no evidence of any concerns regarding any aspect of his employment.

‘There is no evidence that he worked alone with children at any stage of his employment.’

Back in March 2014, officers were first notified about a Twitter user uploading 98 indecent images online.

These images showed graphic images of child abuse and were traced back to an email address and a computer at an address in Southwark.

A number of computers, phones and devices were then seized by police from this address.

Cadek used to live at the address but had since moved on and was not around when officers searched the house.

When police arrested Cadek at work later that day, he was seen dropping an iPhone down a drain as he left the building.

Police managed to recover the phone and found the shocking scale of abuse stored inside.

He was later charged, but it took three years before he first appeared at Camberwell Magistrates’ Court in April, before moving to Inner London Crown Court for sentencing.

DC Luis Castanheira of Southwark CID believes Cadek may have other victims who have still not come forward.

He said: ‘Cadek downloaded tens of thousands of indecent images of children of all ages and kept them on his phone to view at will.

‘A large proportion of the material found in Cadek’s possession – nearly a third – were of the most extreme kind depicting serious child abuse.

‘This is made all the more disturbing by Cadek’s previous line of work and the position of trust he occupied.

This type of offending has countless young victims whose pain and suffering endures for many years after the abuse, and this sentence reflects the seriousness of abhorrent crimes of this nature.

‘It is possible that there are victims of Cadek’s that have not come forward, and we would urge those people to contact us, safe in the knowledge that you will be listened to and supported.’ 


A 23-year-old Pearl River County man has admitted having sexually explicit images of children younger than 8 years old on his computer.
Darryl Warner III, of Poplarville, pleaded guilty to exploitation of a child, the state’s charge for child pornography. He faces up to 40 years in prison.
Attorney General Jim Hood announced the plea in a news release.
Warner, originally from Picayune, pleaded guilty in Pearl River County Circuit Court before Judge Claiborne McDonald.
The judge will sentence Warner on Aug. 11.
An investigator with the attorney general’s Cyber Crime Unit/Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested Warner on April 5, 2016, Hood said. The Pearl River County Sheriff’s Department and the Picayune Police Department assisted.
Special Assistant AG Brandon Ogburn is prosecuting the case.

A 32-year-old man Sheffield, who admitted to possessing hundreds of illegal pornographic images including ones depicting bestiality and a six-month-old baby being abused, has avoided jail.


Acting on a tip-off South Yorkshire Police arrived at Robert Corker's address in Callow Place, Gleadless on September 28 last year, after first attending his father's homewho then directed them to the right location.
Prosecuting, Stephanie Hollis, told Sheffield Crown Court that by the time officers arrived at Corker's home, a file clearing programme was 51 per cent completed on one of the two laptops they found at his property.
Ms Hollis said one of the officers involved managed to stop the clearance programme before any more files were deleted.
A mobile phone and an external hard-drive were also confiscated from the 32-year-old.
Ms Hollis said: "Police recovered a phone from the defendant as a result of comments made by him. He said: 'I think I know what you're on about, it should be on my phone'."
After forensic testing was carried out on the four electrical devices, police found a total of 544 illegal pornographic images on his computer, including 24 images of what is classed as 'extreme pornography'.
The most disturbing content found on Corker's devices included images depicting a woman having sex with a dog, a six-month old baby boy being sexually abused and a six-year-old child involved in sexual activity with an adult male.
Corker, who has no previous convictions, made full admission in police interview, the court was told.
He admitted to a string of charges including making indecent images of a child, possession of prohibited images of a child and possession of extreme pornographic images at an earlier hearing.
Defending, Gurdial Singh, said Corker fully acknowledged his guilt and had taken steps to rehabilitate himself since the discovery of the images.
Mr Singh said: "It may be that intervention now assists him, and assists society going forwards."
Judge Sarah Wright said she faced 'a stark choice' when choosing how to sentence Corker.
She said: "It's clear from the report you have embarked on a process of addressing your issues and the reasons for your offending. You have done all you can to understand and overcome your issues.
"I face a stark choice. To send you to prison for a period, would mean effectively stopping the work you have been doing in its tracks. Or I could give you a community order."
Judge Wright opted to make Corker the subject of a three-year community order with a requirement that involves addressing his sexual offending.
She said: "Make no mistake, this is no easy order and if you breach this order you will be brought back to court."
Corker was also made the subject of a five-year sexual harm prevention order, and was placed on the sex offenders' register at an earlier hearing.

Sheffield man in possession of baby sex abuse pornography and bestiality images avoids jail SARAH MARSHALL 25 July 2017

A sickened judge has blasted sentencing guidelines which prevented him from locking up a paedophile found with a monstrous hoard of child abuse videos and images.
Police discovered the vile videos and images on a disc and memory stick owned by Kira Leverton on November 15 last year.
When arrested, Leverton, of Stone Hill, East Stoke, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, near Yeovil, told police "It's a girl thing. I like them ages six and up."
Prosecuting, Virginia Cornwall told Taunton Crown Court: "She co-operated fully with police, telling them she looked at the images and movies for sexual gratification. She said she was not interested in very young children, but that 11 and 12 year olds 'hit the mark'."
Police discovered 144 category A images, 44 category A movies, 203 category B pictures and 13 images, and 153 category C photos and two movies.
They also found seven images of extreme pornography, 425 prohibited images of children and one movie.

A peer-to-peer file sharing programme installed on her computer showed she had made a number of searches including 'pre-teen hardcore', 'incest' and 'paedo' as well as 'infantile' and 'baby'.
Defending, Patrick Mason said Leverton's circumstances were 'unusual', having been born a man but now legally recognised as female.
"She accepts responsibility for what she ha done and co-operated with the police," he said.
"This happened during an emotionally stressful time on her life."
He explained her transition from male to female, saying that she was awaiting surgery to complete the change and said: "If she is sentenced to imprisonment you can imagine the problems that could cause. Prison is not geared up to cope with people in her position.
"It would damage her emotional well-being."

Sentencing, Judge David Ticehurst told Leverton: "Going to prison will damage you emotional well-being? What about the emotional well-being of of the children you have watched being abused?"
"Were it not for people like you, then children would not be abused. Those children suffer physical and psychological harm that will last a lifetime.
"It is bizarre that you find that pleasurable."
He added: "The guidelines tell me that after a trial, the maximum I could sentence you to would be 12 months in prison. Because of your guilty plea, I have to lower that to eight months.
"If you were imprisoned, you would serve only half of that before being released on license. You would be behind bars for only four months.
"That is a waste of time."

Instead he handed her a two year community order, and told Leverton she must engage in 40 days rehabilitation activities. She was also made the subject of a sexual harm probation order and made to sign the sexual offenders register for five years.
Following the sentencing, an NSPCC spokesman for South West England said: "The offences committed by Leverton were extremely serious.
"The youngsters in these pictures and videos, many of which fell into the most serious category of offending, are the victims of child abuse and the horrific experiences they endured for the images to be created should not be underestimated.

"The sexual harm prevention order and treatment programme imposed in this case must be policed and carried out effectively to aid Leverton's rehabilitation and to prevent any repeat of this appalling behaviour.
"Authorities and internet providers must do more to cut off the supply of these images and preventative approaches must also be developed to deter people from viewing this content in the first place."

A former Minnesota youth pastor who admitted to collecting troves of child pornography and engaging in online chatter with a Finnish man he knew abused young children overseas was sentenced last week to more than a dozen years in federal prison.
William Leonard Helker, 47, of Pine City, pleaded guilty in March to one count of distributing child pornography. According to documents filed in court, Helker’s collection included images with superimposed photos of some members of his congregation at All Saints Lutheran Church in Cottage Grove, Minn.
U.S. District Judge Patrick Schiltz sentenced Helker to 12 ½ years in federal prison to be followed by 15 years of supervised release. Helker was arrested last October after state and federal authorities received a cybertip from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that a Minnesota man had exchanged child pornography with a person in Finland. The NCMEC listed the tip as a “Priority 1” because the children were assessed as being in danger.
Shortly before Helker’s arrest, European law enforcement identified the Finnish man and rescued his victims, who ranged from 2 to 12 years old. Assistant U.S. Attorney Katharine Buzicky, in court filings, wrote that authorities found correspondence between Helker and a Finnish suspect who was actively abusing several young children and using them to produce child pornography. Helker encouraged and “sometimes suggested” forms of abuse, Buzicky said.
Helker is a dangerous child predator who disguised himself as a youth pastor. Instead of providing guidance to young people, he used his position as a trusted leader to prey upon them,” Buzicky said in a statement Monday. “This sentence recognizes the disturbing nature of Helker’s actions and his appalling betrayal of community trust.”
Helker’s attorneys, Marsh Halberg and Lee Orwig, asked Schiltz to depart from sentencing guidelines and send Helker to prison for no more than eight years, given the “immediate acceptance of his wrongdoing.” They argued that he had been a law-abiding citizen and had no indications of inappropriate interactions with children before the arrest. During a psychosexual evaluation, his attorneys wrote, Helker disclosed an addiction to pornography that spiraled following his divorce but said he did not first access child porn until 2016.
In asking for a stronger sentence, Buzicky cited one victim’s parents who said Helker sometimes reserved the front-row pew for them, “ostensibly out of concern for a family member with a disability.”
“Now, they realize, Helker simply wanted to be closer to [their child] during church,” Buzicky wrote.

Former Cottage Grove youth pastor sentenced to more than 12 years for child porn Stephen Montemayor Star Tribune JULY 31, 2017




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