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giovedì 10 agosto 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 14

A warped paedophile who dubbed himself “Perv Paul” online was locked up for chatting to fellow perverts about raping and murdering babies.
Mark McKuhen’s sick fantasies came to light when police seized his computer equipment and found he had almost 1,000 indecent images of children on his laptop including videos.
Police went to home after receiving information from the Avon and Somerset force following an investigation into a suspected Bristol pervert.
Simon Duncan, prosecuting, told Liverpool Crown Court that McKuhen had “exchanged chat involving dark sexual fantasies including the rape and murder of children including babies”.
Using Kik Messenger, images had been sent including very young children being raped. McKuhen and the Bristol-based man had also exchanged naked images of themselves.

Using the name “Perv. Paul” McKuhen, 34, also used Skype to communicate with other perverts and distribute disgusting child abuse images and videos, in all categories of seriousness.
The court heard that, unusually, he had not searched the internet and downloaded such images, but had got them from others after on-line chats and then passed them on.
Judge Anil Murray said that the offences were too serious for anything other than an immediate jail term. He jailed McKuhen for two years, ordered McKuhen to sign the Sex Offenders Register for ten years and imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order to last the same length of time.
McKuhen, of Hargate Walk, Northwood, Kirkby, had pleaded guilty to 13 offences including distributing, making and possessing indecent images and one of possessing extreme pornographic image between May 2015 and March 29 this year.
The court heard he had a total of 969 child abuse images. He had only one previous conviction, which was for fraud.
Mr Gunn said that the defendant, who works for a retail firm, was socially isolated and had gone on line to chat to others as he had few friends. He suffered from depression and an element of self-loathing had led him to self-harm.

A LATVIAN factory worker visited chatrooms and downloaded hundreds of indecent images of children as young as toddlers, a court heard.
Zigmar Baiks, of Popley, was sentenced to 20 months in prison when he appeared at Winchester Crown Court on Wednesday, July 26, after admitting to three counts of making indecent images of children and one count of distributing indecent images of children.
The court heard that between May 2013 and March 2016, the 37-year-old downloaded more than 1,000 indecent images of children while visiting an online chatroom where he would be sent links to graphic shots of children aged from one to 16.
He further admitted to taking six indecent images of children and distributing them on the site.
In court, Edward Phillips, prosecuting, said Baiks was first interviewed by police in 2016 and officers retrieved a mobile phone, laptop, a memory stick and USB stick from his address.
He was interviewed a second time after the devices that were found to contain 226 category A images - the most explicit category - 213 category B images and 631 category C images.
Mr Phillips said: “The defendant acknowledged he had entered a chatroom and would download some images from that site. He said that if he remained on the chatroom long enough people would send links.
“So far as the mobile phone is concerned, he said only he had access to that phone.”
The court heard when Baiks was initially arrested in March last year, he denied taking the six photographs of children and distributing them on the site.
Mr Phillips added: “In the second interview when the phone examination had been conducted the defendant admitted to taking those photographs of the children.”
He further told the court the photos found on the memory stick and USB stick were duplications and that Baiks had no previous convictions.
Robin Sellers, defending, said the chatroom visits started out of curiosity and that his conviction for distributing images was only possible because of the defendant’s honesty in police interview.
He said: “He is a man who originated from Latvia. He has been in this country for 10 years. He works night shifts in factories and the like. As I have said the defendant realises the gravity of the situation.”
Sentencing Baiks to 20 months in prison, Judge Susan Evans said: “It is right to say that a number of the images were duplicated but there are however a large amount of category A images.
“On your computer the images of young children are aged 10 to 16. But on the USB stick the children are much younger and on your phone they are aged one to three.
“Of the images that you downloaded from the internet, the category A images included a large number of moving images.
“These are real children suffering real and horrific abuse.”
Judge Evans ordered Baiks spend half of his custodial sentence in prison and the rest be served on licence in the community. She also made him the subject of a sexual harm prevention order for 10 years and ordered that he sign the sex offender register for 10 years.
Forfeiture and destruction of all devices was also ordered.

Zigmar Baiks jailed for 20 months for downloading more than 1,000 child abuse photos including of a one-year-old 6th August 2017

A graphic designer who amassed more than 40,000 indecent images of children has been jailed – after he sent pictures to an undercover detective in a police sting.
Warped Lee Elmore, 40, also had movies of a woman having sex with a dog and admitted to downloading indecent material for a decade.
A court heard the dad-of-one told an undercover officer that he had had sex with a minor once “but wanted to do it again soon”.
Police discovered his vile library of images and movies during a raid on his house in Alvaston, Derby, on June 18.
Officers uncovered 41,453 indecent images or films of children, alongside three extreme movies involving a woman and a dog and 795 prohibited images, which included animated scene of child sex abuse.
Elmore admitted to five counts of possessing and distributing child pornography at Derby Crown Court, and was jailed for 20 months on Friday (28/7).
Judge Nirmal Shant QC said: “It is alarming to see the conversation between you and the undercover officer.
“What is of concern is that in your probation service report you are assessed to pose a high risk of serious harm to children.
“These are serious matters and what makes them even more serious is the period of time you viewed and downloaded these indecent images.”
Prosecutor Steven Taylor said: “This is a case where the defendant became involved in an email conversation with an undercover police officer.
“They exchanged a number of emails which included the defendant sending indecent images to the officer thinking he was like-minded.
“As a result of the exchange police went to his home address where they seized a computer and an external hard drive.
“The defendant was arrested and interviewed during which he was extremely open, saying he had been viewing indecent images of children for a number of years and had installed software that would hide his internet address when he went looking for it.
“He was open about how he received sexual gratification from viewing the material.”
Stuart Newsome, defending, said: “This defendant’s history has been very difficult for him to come to terms with.
“He accepts that custody is the only option for him but he is motivated to work with the authorities on his problem while he is inside.”
Speaking after sentencing, an NSPCC spokesperson said: “Elmore built up an appalling catalogue of child abuse material and is now rightly behind bars.
“Behind every indecent image is a child who has been abused in the real world and is being abused again every time that image is accessed online.
“The knowledge that their image can be repeatedly viewed and may never be removed contributes to their on-going trauma.
“To help tackle and prevent the publication of these online child abuse images, the NSPCC is calling on internet companies and authorities to share information, expertise and resources.”

John Smith, 68, amassed a horrifying library of incestuous child abuse and tried to palm off his crimes onto "Russian hackers".
Warped Smith, 68, of Rugby, Warks was caught with 90 videos of children being sexually harmed and more than a hundred pictures of naked girls after police seized his computer last year.
But instead of admitting he had willingly got his hands on the illegal porn, Smith insisted he was the victim of an international criminal conspiracy – a story that a detective equated to “walking on the moon”.
Horrendous files – with sick names such as "10yo daughter with dad" and "11yo f***** by daddy” – were downloaded onto Smith’s computer using peer-to-peer file-sharing, West Mercia Police learned.
Smith originally denied seven charges of making indecent images of children, before dramatically changing his pleas at a pre-trial hearing at Coventry Crown Court.
Giving evidence at the Trial of Issue on August 4, Smith said that he had innocently downloaded films, music or drivers and had no sexual interest in children.
He claimed that when he opened the files and came across anything “abhorrent" he would drop it in another drive and delete it.
When asked why he did so, Smith replied: "Because I'm not giving into hackers.
"They've hacked into my email address, a chap ”.
Smith used a programme to delete some of the illegal files, the court heard.
Detective Constable John Cook, from West Mercia Police's high-teach crime unit, said: "The movies had explicit file names, from which it would be apparent they related to sexual activity with children."
"I found no evidence in the data that any person took control of that computer and used its functions from an external source,” he added.
When asked by Peter Cooper, defending, whether it was possible that the computer could have been hacked without there being any sight of it, DC Cook said: "Nothing's impossible.
"It's highly improbable that I will walk on the moon, but it's not impossible."
Judge Philip Gregory said: "The difficulty for him is, in effect, explaining the inexplicable.
A paedophile who blamed his vulnerable victim and downloaded more than 12,500 child abuse images has been jailed after a scathing speech by a judge.
Matthew John Dabbs appeared at Teesside Crown Court having already admitted two offences of causing or inciting a teenage girl to engage in sexual activity and one of sexual activity with a child.
He also pleaded guilty to two offences of making indecent photographs of children as young as four.
Adrian Dent, prosecuting, said the “very vulnerable” teenager, sexually abused by Dabbs, had a mental age of eight and had been groomed through a messaging app between May 2016 and his arrest in April this year.
Mr Dent said that, after police seized Dabbs’ computer equipment, the transcript of the pervert’s sexually explicit chats with the girl ran to 1,200 A4 pages.
He was caught out when the victim’s mother found some of the messages on her daughter’s phone.
In a statement read to the court, the victim’s mother said: “She functions at the age of an eight-year-old.
“She is very trusting - if an adult says something then that’s it for her.
“She feels like she’s being punished despite our assurances that she is not.
“She is struggling to find an appropriate way to vent her emotion.
“This has had a huge impact on our entire family.”
Mr Dent said that analysis of Dabbs’ computer and an iPhone had revealed a collection of 12,563 indecent images of children, some as young as four.
He added that 1,021 of the images were of the most serious category in law.
Andrew Turton, defending, said that his client had been suffering from depression and had been drinking heavily at the time he committed his crimes.
Teesside’s top judge, Simon Bourne-Arton, was unimpressed by Dabbs’ apparent lack of remorse.
He said: “Over a period of at least a year, you groomed this young girl.
“She was particularly vulnerable - a fact you understood and took advantage of.
“You may have suffered from depression yourself - your disadvantage in that respect is nothing when compared to hers.
“You incited her to carry out sexual activity.”
The judge then slammed Dabbs for statements he made in his probation interview.
He said: “You said that it was the victim who badgered you. You said she was a nuisance. You failed to see her as a child.
“You knew perfectly well she was vulnerable. She didn’t badger you. You were grooming her.”
The judge then turned to the thousands of indecent images found in Dabbs’ possession.
This is not a victimless crime. Children are subjected to appalling abuse so that men like you can get sexually perverted pleasure from watching them - and here the children were as young as four.
He jailed Dabbs, of Parliament Walk, Stockton, for a total of six years and placed a sexual harm prevention order on him.
Dabbs will be a registered sex offender for the rest of his life.

A Mountain Top man said it wouldn’t surprise him if investigators found 10,000 images or videos depicting child pornography on his computer when Pennsylvania State Police and Luzerne County Detectives executed a search warrant at the property he was living at Tuesday.
Adam D. Snide was a tenant on the second floor of 253 Heslop Road, Rice Twp. Snide reportedly set up the property owner’s wireless router and used their internet service which, arrest papers state, he used to download pornography depicting children as young as infants.
It was the internet connection which led investigators to the property and to Snide once a November tip regarding child pornography was fielded by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. That tip was forwarded to local law enforcement after it was learned the Internet Protocal address was linked to the Heslop Road house.
He admitted to viewing, downloading and disseminating child pornography and admitted that the youngest images he secured were that of infants engaging in sex acts — and that a lot of the images and videos depicted pre-pubescent females in bondage, according to court papers.
He added, arrest papers state, that he felt sorry for those he sexually exploited.
Snide, 42, who told investigators that child pornography is an addiction, faces 100 counts of child pornography, a third-degree felony and two counts each of disseminating photographs or films of child sex acts and criminal use of a communication facility, all third-degree felonies.
Magisterial District Judge James Dixon, Hazle Twp., set his bail at $500,000 and unable to post the money, he was taken to Luzerne County Correctional Facility, Wilkes-Barre.

Mountain Top man facing 104 child porn counts AMANDA CHRISTMAN AUGUST 2, 2017


A 26-year-old Laredo man pleaded guilty in a local federal court to receiving child pornography.
A grand jury indicted Jaime Gerardo Gonzalez in November on charges of possession, receipt and distribution of child pornography.
An investigation led authorities to discover Gonzalez, 43, was making child pornography videos available for sharing over the internet, the U.S. Attorney's Office said in a press release.
The Webb County Sheriff's Office reported Gonzalez as one of 13 suspected child predators arrested in 2016 as part of its undercover initative, Operation Child Guardian.
Those arrested included a former senior U.S. Border Patrol agent, who pleaded guilty to attempting to entice a minor to engage in sexual activity.
Salvador Contreras, 50, called himself "a sex addict" and said he was just "looking for his next high," during his sentencing last week, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. He was ordered to serve 11 years in federal prison.
Of those 13 arrested, four cases were dismissed in federal court. Gonzalez is the last of the remaining nine to be sentenced for various child pornography and enticement charges.
Jon Matthew Woodland, 41, of Plano Texas, received the longest sentence, 15 years in prison, after traveling approximately 450 miles to Laredo to engage in a sexual act with a minor.
The remaining defendants, Alton Brister, Christopher Cobb, Christopher Earl Dunn, Daniel Melton, Anastasio Monsivais and Cristian Joseph Perez, received ten-year sentences for their crimes.
The U.S. Attorney's Office said Gonzalez further admitted "he had watched adult pornography regularly but had become bored with it."

Records: 'Bored' with adult pornography, Laredo man downloaded 300+ child porn videos to computer Taryn Walters, LMTonline.com / Laredo Morning Times August 9, 2017


A man with an addiction to porn watched sexual videos involving girls as young as six years old, a court was told.
Mark Woolridge, of Little Meadow, Bar Hill, wept in the dock as details of the shocking videos were revealed to the court.
The 50-year-old had previously pleaded guilty to three charges of making indecent images of children.
But he was spared time in jail after being handed a 10-month prison sentence suspended for two years at Cambridge Crown Court on Thursday (August 3).

Woolridge, who was caught with hundreds of indecent images of children on his computer and hard drive, was made the subject of a sexual harm prevention order (SHPO) for 10 years, and must sign the sex offenders register for the same time period.
He was also ordered to pay £400 in court costs and complete a 40-day Rehabilitation Activity Requirement, in a bid to show him the impact of his offending.
At Thursday's court hearing, prosecutor Sara Walker said officers from Cambridgeshire police received information that a computer at the defendant's home had been downloading indecent images of children.
She added: "Police obtained a warrant to search the address and this was executed on November 3, 2016.

"Two devices, a hard drive and a laptop, were recovered and investigated by police.
"On the two devices there was a total of 24 category A images, 265 category B images and 37 category C images."
The court was told that sexually explicit videos were also found on the devices - including one involving an adult man and a young girl aged between six and eight years old.
A different video showed another adult man with a 10 year old boy.
Woolridge was interviewed on March 11 this year, where he gave a prepared statement.
He said he had developed an addiction to pornography and whilst looking for images of adults, he had accidentally viewed images of children.
Woolridge admitted downloading the items but later deleting them in shame.
Ms Walker added: "The defendant said it was on the dark web where he came across some of these images.
"He said he wasn't looking for any specific images, but hated himself and was disgusted and ashamed of what he was doing.
"He said he also felt scared of what he would become while he was looking at some of the material."
Woolridge told police he had no desire to abuse children in real life and didn't think he was sexually attracted to them.
In mitigation, the court was told that Wooldridge was a man of previous good character and had entered a guilty plea to the charges at the first opportunity.
It was also noted that since his arrest, he had sought help with his addiction to pornography entirely of his own volition.

Sentencing Woolridge, Judge Farrell QC told him: "This is child abuse; what you were doing was encouraging others to abuse children.
"You heard the appalling abuse that an eight year old child had to be subjected to for yours and others perverted sexual gratification."
Judge Farrell said he noted the positive steps taken by Woolridge since his arrest.
He added: "I could send you to prison, where you would be in a sex offender's wing and known as a child abuser.
"But in this case, the public are much better served by me making what the court of appeal call a total protection package."

Porn addict spared jail after admitting watching videos involving girl as young as six TARA COX 3 AUG 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 13 2 agosto 2017



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