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lunedì 28 agosto 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 16

A disgraced former Bedfordshire police officer has been jailed after admitting possession of almost 7,000 child sex abuse images and videos, as well as inappropriately filming himself in victims’ homes.

Jamal Hassan – who until recently held the rank of detective constable – pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent photographs of children, possession of an extreme pornographic image, outraging public decency, four counts of misconduct, and perverting the course of justice.
Judge Sean Enright jailed the 36-year-old paedophile for a total of six years at Peterborough Crown Court today, slamming his actions as “gross abuse of his position of trust”.
Beds police had already dismissed Hassan without notice for gross misconduct at a special case hearing earlier this month. He has today been made subject to a sexual harm prevention order lasting 15 years, and placed on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.
Police were notified on May 16 that Hassan’s online activity could indicate an improper interest in children.
The next morning, officers from Cambridgeshire police’s Paedophile Online Investigation Team arrested Hassan at his home in Luton. He was immediately suspended from duty.
Searches of Hassan’s home revealed almost 7,000 indecent images and videos of children stored on various devices. Further examination revealed inappropriate videos that Hassan had made of himself at various locations – including some in victims’ homes, dating back to 2006 and 2009.
Evidence was also gathered which showed Hassan had destroyed other storage devices in a bid to cover his tracks.
After the sentencing, temporary assistant chief constable Jackie Sebire said: “The actions of Jamal Hassan were absolutely abhorrent and have no place in policing.
“We are here to protect vulnerable people from harm, and he has let down every single one of his colleagues with his conduct. People who worked alongside him are disgusted by his behaviour and were completely unaware of the secret life he was leading.
“While there is no suggestion Hassan committed any ‘contact’ offences, we are still investigating his actions over the past decade – and would urge anyone who has concerns regarding his conduct to contact us.
“It is also important to stress that online offending is not a victimless crime. People who view these horrific images are effectively funding this type of crime, which affects so many innocent children across the world.
“While it is obviously incredibly disappointing when any officer behaves in such an unacceptable way, people should be reassured at the speed we acted after we became aware. Hassan was quickly arrested, dismissed from the force and ultimately now brought to justice – which means a lengthy spell behind bars.”
Investigating officer Det Sgt James Weston, of Cambridgeshire police, added: “It is our duty to protect members of the public, and this sentence should send a clear message to offenders that you will be brought to justice – irrespective of who you are, or your position in society.”
A CHILD protection officer has been sacked after police found images of children being sexually abused on his computer.
Jonathan Ward, 46, worked at a specialist child protection unit for Surrey County Council until police raided his home in Hove, East Sussex, following a tip-off.
He was spared jail after pleading guilty to six counts of making indecent images of children but the council confirmed the pervert has now been fired.
The Sunday Mirror reports Ward stashed more than 100 indecent images of children on his hard drive and also kept a bag of girls’ knickers in his home.
There is no suggestion Ward – who previously worked in a similar role at Brighton and Hove City Council for 15 years – committed any offences in connection with girls he came into contact with through his work.
He was handed a seven-month jail term, suspended for two years, and 120 hours’ community service.
Police arrested Ward after raiding his home last December following a tip-off and he was immediately suspended by town hall bosses.
Surrey County Council said: “Mr Ward was suspended as soon as these allegations came to light and has since been dismissed. The offences are unrelated to his work.”
Brighton and Hove Council said: “We are shocked and saddened but would like to emphasise that the offences are not connected to his employment with us.”
Sussex Police said: “None of the images, taken from the internet, are believed to be of children known to Ward and there is no evidence of physical contact offending.”
State, local and federal investigators arrested a Marrero teenager accused of downloading at least 100 images of child pornography.
Thinh Dat Nguyen, 18, was taken into custody following an investigation by the state Attorney General's Cyber Crime Unit, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office and federal Homeland Security Investigations.
Authorities served a search warrants at Nguyen's home in the 1600 block of Crossmoor Drive Wednesday and found the illicit images on his computer, an arrest report said.
Nguyen was booked into the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna with 100 counts of possession of pornography involving juveniles. He was still being held there Sunday. No bond information was available.

18-year-old in Marrero booked with 100 counts of child pornography August 20, 2017

An assistant football coach at Springfield High School has been indicted for downloading and viewing several images and videos depicting child pornography and the rape of minors.
Russell Smith, 50, had more than 20 computer files and images of children, some as young as eight years old, being sexually abused and/or raped.
According to court documents, Smith admitted to using a file-sharing program to download child pornography for about a year and a half.
Smith stated that he regretted watching the files, but "couldn't pull himself away from them," according to the affidavit filed in federal court.
Investigators were first alerted to the activity in March of this year.
Springfield Local Schools Superintendent Matthew Geha told NBC 24 that the district became aware of the situation on August 10th, the same day Smith was arrested.
Geha said he was not initially aware of the specifics or graphic details of the incident, but the coach was placed on administrative leave.
"We will complete our internal investigation (Wednesday) and there could be potential school board action regarding his contract Thursday evening," said Geha.
Smith had no other employment with the district.
On August 11th, district officials informed football players that Smith would not be coaching during the investigation. Parents were also issued a written statement on the matter.
During the investigation, Geha said players were to have no contact with Smith -- nor could he contact them.
In a phone conversation with NBC 24's Jim Nelson on Tuesday, Geha said he was disturbed by the graphic details that have now been made public.
"I can't even describe it," he said. "It's crazy."
"Springfield has the highest expectation for anyone that chooses to come and work for us in any area," he added.
On June 15th of this year, a sergeant with the Sylvania Police Department notified a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service to report a child exploitation investigation, which would later lead them to Smith's south Toledo apartment complex.
According to court documents, the sergeant, a trained officer with the Secret Service, frequently uses software that periodically checks for computers downloading known child pornography.
The officers were eventually able to trace the files back to Smith, who without his knowledge had been sharing them with other users of the aforementioned file-sharing program.
He was arrested without incident and ultimately booked in the Lucas County Jail.

A man said to have a fetish for girls in school uniform has been jailed for seven years after a court heard he indecently assaulted two children.
Mold Crown Court heard David Flavell, who had been living in Llandudno but who comes from St Austell in Cornwall, took indecent photographs of the two girls and distributed them on the internet.
The 34-year-old – a night time carer of the elderly - was arrested when police investigated a case in West Yorkshire.
The images were recovered, police saw they had been uploaded in North Wales, and it turned out it was by the defendant under a false name.
The families of the victims were then traced by police.
There were photos of girls in school uniforms in a shower and in a bath and taking part in sexual acts.

Judge Niclas Parry jailed him for seven years and made a life-time restraining order not to contact the victims, who were both aged under 10.
Flavell was ordered to register with the police as a sex offender for the rest of his life, and a life-time sexual harm prevention order was made to curb his future activities.
Judge Parry said that, by his own admission, the defendant had a sexual interest in children and had acted out his own fantasies.

He said that there had been significant planning and grooming, and sexual images had been taken, retained and distributed.
Prosecuting barrister Anna Pope said the defendant had originally been charged with offences of rape, but his guilty pleas to sexual assault had been accepted on the day of trial.
Miss Pope said the defendant groomed one girl, and it progressed from taking photographs of her to touching her and simulating sex with her. He also incited her to touch him.
A second girl had been subjected to sexual acts and was photographed.
In a victim impact statement, the family of one victim told how it had affected her and her mother felt “sick to the stomach” at what he had done.
The family of the other victim said that she had been left anxious and confused.
Defending barrister Simon Killeen said his client wanted to address his own offending.
Following the sentencing, PC Chelsea Symonds-Roberts of the North Wales Police Paedophile Online Investigation Team said: “We welcome the sentence that has been passed today and hope that this will give some closure to those affected by Flavell’s behaviour.
“This reinforces our commitment to actively tackle child abuse, irrespective of the manner in which it presents itself – online or offline.
“North Wales Police will continue to invest in this area, working closely with partner agencies.
“We remain highly proactive in identifying and pursuing those who are involved in any form of child abuse.”
Anyone with information about child abuse material is asked to call North Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A paedophile ex-vicar who wrote a twisted child sex abuse fantasy featuring himself was jailed for 20 months.
Former Church of England reverend Paul Battersby downloaded 1,730 indecent images between November 2014 and January 2017.
Police also seized a shoebox full of children’s clothes when they raided the 68-year-old’s flat in Old Hall Street, Liverpool city centre.
Liverpool Crown Court heard they then discovered disturbing fantasy literature on the persistent sex offender’s computer equipment.
Iain Criddle, prosecuting, said: “Perhaps equally worrying, other items were recovered.
“From the defendant’s computer was recovered a fantasy story, which appears to have been penned by him, regarding child abuse.
“Also recovered from the computer was a document, in which he appears to have recorded the successful search terms that he has used to obtain indecent images.
“A box full of children’s clothes was also recovered.
“The images, unusually perhaps in a case such as this, have actually been categorised and saved, rather than simply viewed and deleted. It was a collection.”
The dad-of-two and grandfather-of-three, who served in the ministry for 31 years, admitted possessing the child sex abuse pictures.
He admitted downloading 121 Category A – the most serious category – plus 132 Category B and 1,474 Category C photographs.
The former Church of England national youth officer also admitted possessing 183 prohibited images of children, plus extreme animal porn.
Battersby was first caught with a horrifying movie of a girl being raped while working as a vicar in April 2007.
He was turned in by his wife after his 17-year-old stepson spotted shocking images and videos on the family’s computer.

The pervert, who was then vicar of St Ambrose Church in Leyland, was spared prison at Preston Crown Court in March 2008.
He was handed a 34-week suspended sentence, 200 hours of unpaid work and told to attend a sex offenders’ programme.
Battersby, who taught chemistry in Liverpool before training for the church, then moved into his sister’s home in Bebington, Wirral.
But in April that year he bought a laptop and within months was using it to access 160 obscene images using the pseudonym ‘Tanker’.
Officers raided his sister’s home in College Drive in February 2009 and he was jailed for eight months in 2010.
Peter Turner, defending, today said his client had voluntarily sought help for his problems from Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.
He said Battersby developed epilepsy after his first convictions and now suffers from serious fits around once a month.
Battersby worked with Amnesty International in Argentina in the 1970s and 1980s, before spells at churches across Lancashire.
Mr Turner said he had a 10-year-old son who died from leukaemia, divorced his first wife in 1995 and split from his second in 2007.
Neither of Battersby’s ex-wives or his two other children “have anything to do with him” and he has never met his three grandchildren.
Mr Turner said only his sister, a retired missionary, still supported him, adding: “He has in his own words sinned significantly since then.”
He said he was trying to become a member of the Anglican Franciscans and would be “taking vows of chastity and obedience”.

Mr Turner said Battersby - who had destroyed some of his computers with a screwdriver - “relapsed and relapsed” and wanted help.
The judge, Recorder Andrew Long, said support in the community had repeatedly been offered to Battersby, but all efforts had “failed”.
He said: “The references you provided tell of a man with many gifts and accomplishments.
Those gifts and accomplishments have been betrayed and undermined by your own sexual appetites.
There may come a time when those appetites are regarded as some form of illness or addiction
“But at the moment they are regarded as a dangerous perversion of normal sexual desire.
“It’s perfectly clear you are unwilling or unable to control the sexual attraction you feel towards children.”
Recorder Long told him to sign on the Sex Offenders Register for 10 years and to comply with an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

This ex-vicar wrote a child sex abuse fantasy starring himself NEIL DOCKING 25 AUG 2017

HAVERTOWN, PA – The trial process for a Havertown man who was charged with numerous child pornography-related crimes will be underway next week, according to court records.
A pre-trial conference for Raymond Giambuzzi, 71, of Havertown, is set for Monday, Aug. 28, court documents show.
Giambuzzi was charged in June with six counts of attempted dissemination of child pornography, 50 counts of sexual abuse of children; and 56 counts criminal use of a communications facility, all felonies of the third degree.
He was released from custody after posting 10 percent of $75,000 bail set at his June 5 arraignment in a Delaware County.
Giambuzzi has been ordered to have no internet, no unsupervised contact with minors, and must complete a psychological and sexual evaluation, the DA's office said.
The Delaware County District Attorney's office said Delaware County Criminal Investigation Division detectives, along with members of the Delaware County PA Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Haverford Township Police Department, executed a search warrant on Giambuzzi’s North Drexel Avenue residence on May 10.
The warrant was executed after authorities tracked the IP address of a Skype user, later identified as Giambuzzi, who was uploading child pornography, the DA's office said.
According to the DA's office, Giambuzzi attempted to hide a flash drive in his pocket that contained child pornography while authorities searched his residence.
After searching Giambuzzi and finding the drive, authorities searched the drive as well as his computer and devices where they found hundreds of images of child porn, the DA's office said.
Detectives discovered more than 970 images of child pornography on a desk top computer, as well as more than 1530 images that are considered "child erotica" and may not constitute pornography, the DA's office said.
Additionally, detectives found more than 700 images and more than 100 videos on the flash drive that Giambuzzi attempted to keep from authorities, the DA's office said. The criminal complaint filed against Giambuzzi alleges about 50 of the 100 videos contained apparent child pornography, according to the DA's office.
Authorities also found several Sykpe conversations that indicated Giambuzzi was spying on his family and trading pictures of his family members, the DA's office said. The criminal complaint filed against him claims Giambuzzi also had a lot of conversations about incest.

A SENIOR IT technician at a Leeds high school abused his position in order to access and distribute horrific child sex abuse images. 

John Warke stole the online identity of a college at Rodillian Academy in order to cover up his “perverted obsession” with incest and sexual violence towards children

Warke also amassed almost 20,000 images of sexual abuse towards children and animals on computers at his home in the village of Carlton, Leeds, over a four and a half year period. 

Leeds Crown Court heard Warke had access to IT equipment at the school in Lofthouse and took advantage of an opportunity when asked to repair a colleague’s computer. Warke was able to access sensitive information and a picture which he used to set up a Skype account using her identity. 

The 40-year-old then used the account to chat to others online about incest and violence towards children. He also used his colleague’s profile to distribute child sex images online. 

Warke managed to access the dark web to obtain some of the most depraved images. Computers at his home at the The Grange, Carlton, were seized after his offending came to light. 

Jonathan Sharp, prosecuting, said police recovered 1,110 illegal images and movies. A total of 414 were at category A - the most serious level of offending. Mr Sharp said a further 18,870 images and movies were recovered but not graded by officers. The court heard NONE of the images were of children from the school. 

Warke pleaded guilty to an offence of securing unauthorised computer material with intent, under the Computer Misuses Act, 1990. He also pleaded guilty to distributing sexual images of a child, three of making indecent images of a child and one of making an extreme pornographic image. 

Mr Sharp read a victim statement to the court on behalf of the woman who had her identity stolen by Warke. She said: “I feel sickened and victimised by his behaviour. “I have only ever been a mate to John and have tried to support him. To find out he has done this to me has destroyed me. 

“How can I trust anyone else after this?” David Gordon, mitigating, said: “This is a day of shame for Mr Warke. “He is 40 years of age and has no previous convictions or cautions recorded against him. He has lost his good name and will never get it back.” 

Mr Gordon said Warke committed the offences at a time when he had suffered a bereavement and was under pressure at work. The barrister said Warke had lost his job as a result of his offending. Jailing Warke, judge Tom Bayliss, QC, said: “It is a very worrying feature for any court when someone with such a responsible position in an environment which that person comes in to contact with young people, engages in activities such as you engaged in.” 

A statement was released after the case on behalf of the school, which read: “The Rodillian Multi Academy Trust has been liaising closely with the West Yorkshire Police in relation to the case against a former employee, Mr Jon Warke. “Mr Warke was suspended immediately from his role at the Rodillian Academy in October 2016, as soon as we were informed of his arrest. “Mr Warke has subsequently resigned from his role and the Trust have referred this matter to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), in line with statutory responsibilities. 

“We would like to stress that there were no concerns in relation to Mr Warke’s conduct whilst he was employed at Rodillian Academy. The Trust’s commitment to safeguarding its students and staff remains paramount and enhanced DBS checks are undertaken by all staff on appointment. “All staff remain vigilant and understand their responsibilities to promote the safeguarding and welfare of the students. 

“The IT infrastructure and secure firewall systems in place within the Trust protects everyone from issues of this nature. “The Police have confirmed that they have found no evidence or suggestion that any of the allegations are connected with any children attending any academy within The Rodillian Multi Academy Trust.”



WHEN he faced sentencing after storing 180,000 child exploitation images, the court was told he was no threat to society.

Less than four years later, Rockhampton man Nathan Daniel Green was back in the dock.

And that time, he faced charges not only for abuse images, but of indecent treatment of a child under 12.

Now, a judge must figure out whether 33-year-old Green should be freed again.

In Brisbane Supreme Court on Tuesday, Justice Martin Burns said he wanted two doctors to examine Green and prepare reports and "give evidence to the court in person" before the court could decide.

In Queensland, jailed sex offenders due to be released can be placed on supervision orders, released on parole with supervision, or kept in continued detention.

In November 2011, Rockhampton District Court heard Green accessed and paid to view 10 child sex abuse websites.

At that hearing, prosecutor Dearne Galbraith said Green's actions were not spontaneous - Green kept 99% of content he accessed.

Defence barrister Tom Polley said Green had a psychology assessment a year earlier, and sought counselling afterwards.

The psychologist's report found Green, at the time of apprehension, "was well on the way to paraphilia, namely pedophilia," the Morning Bulletin reported at the time.

But the report insisted Green had not yet entered that stage and was no threat to society.

Judge Grant Britton sentenced Green to two years, nine months, to be released after nine months.

Most of the material Green had at that stage featured victims under the age of 12.

Two years later, police were at Green's home.

Green had been using his mother's computer to download tens of thousands of child sexual abuse images.

In March 2015, Green pleaded guilty to five charges in Gladstone District Court, including possession of child exploitation material and indecent treatment of a child under 12.

At that hearing, defence lawyer Jordan Ahlstrand said his client's re-offending demanded a lengthy period of supervision.

Judge Michael Burnett jailed Green for four years.

The next hearing for Green will be on November 27.

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