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lunedì 2 ottobre 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 18

A convicted child rapist who used to advise judges on how to deal with paedophiles has been jailed again after he was found with thousands of sick videos and photos, including a 'Paedophile manual'.
Stephen King, 68, pleaded guilty to six charges, including possessing indecent images of children, nearly 3,000 of which were the most extreme kind.
Included were 85 videos in the worst category, which included a baby being sexually abused.
He was also caught in possession of a ‘paedophile manual’ at a house in Richmond on May 1 which “contained guidance about abusing children sexually”.
King was sentenced today (September 25) to 20 months in prison, the most lenient possible, due to his ill health - he recently suffered a heart attack and a stroke.
The 68-year-old was also charged with meeting up with another sex offender in Richmond, which he was prevented from doing under a sexual harm order, but pleaded not guilty to this charge, which will lie on file.
King, of Herne Hill, who appeared at Kingston Crown Court via video from Wandsworth Prison, was convicted in 2004 of more than 20 of sexual offences, including having sex with a girl under 13 years old.
Previous to his first conviction, he had given government agencies and judges advice on protecting youngsters from child molesters, and even suggested jail terms for child sex offenders.
After being released from prison, King was staying at a house in Richmond.
In May, King tried to contact a six-year-old girl, something he was prevented from doing under a sexual harm order.
He was arrested and charged on May 1. After admitting the charge, he was sentenced to eight months in Wandsworth Prison.
On May 3, two days after he was arrested, a cleaner in the house he had been staying at found a black suitcase. After asking the other tenants if it belonged to them, she concluded it must have been King’s.
She brought it to Richmond police station, where he was brought after the arrest, and police found thousands of indecent images on memory sticks, along with letters purporting to be from children who had sex with him and “enjoyed it”.
No child has been connected to the letters, and his defence lawyer Peter Cordwell said the letters were “self-penned”.
There was also “extreme” bestiality images on the memory sticks.
Judge Judith Coello described the images found in King’s possession as “disgusting and debauched”.
Sentencing, she said: “By engaging in this type of activity you and others like you are providing a market for a heinous crime.
“You encourage those who make these images to continue making them.
“People like you are an absolute menace to decent society.”
A pervert avoided jail after being found with a sickening 'paedophile manual' on how to 'safely' sexually abuse children.
Police found the 170-page document along with over 1,000 child abuse images on Alex Walton's phone.
Prosecutor Rachel Masters said today: "It held itself out to be a step-by-step guide for safe sex with children, otherwise known as a paedophile manual."
The 32-year-old - who is 'obsessed' with the 'dark web' - said he downloaded the files believing them to be codes and weapons for online gaming.
He said he did not delete the images after realising what they were, but did not actively seek out the illegal pictures.
Prosecutors accepted his account when he pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to three charges of making indecent images of children and one of possessing a paedophile manual.
Walton initially denied wrongdoing when arrested on October 8, 2015.
No relevant searches were found on the devices and Walton said he used a “cleaning facility” on his phone to speed it up for computer games.
He later told officers he became curious and downloaded files from the “dark web”, Teesside Crown Court heard.
He initially claimed he did not know how the images got there and the manual made its way to his phone by accident.
The child abuse images included 346 pictures at the most severe category in law, Gazette Live reported.
Walton faced a maximum prison sentence of three years for the crimes, with no history of similar offending.
John Nixon, defending, said: “This defendant has developed over the years an obsession with perhaps more unsavoury aspects of the worldwide web.
“As a result of which this material became available to him.
“He lives alone. He lives an isolated existence. He has struggled with mental health issues for a long time and describes himself as being quite poorly.”
He said many of the pictures were duplicates, with 318 unique images.
He added Walton eventually opened up to a probation officer and frankly confessed to downloading the “manual”.
“It does seem to be a desperately unhappy upbringing that he had,” said Mr Nixon.
“Those are the reasons that he gave for having downloaded that particular document.”
The Probation Service believed rehabilitation was more likely to be successful in the community than in custody.
The judge, Recorder Ewan Duff, told Walton he accepted he had a troubled upbringing but he said he ought to have realised the seriousness of his behaviour.
He said: “There are real children who are suffering as a result of people viewing images.
Sexual abuse of children who are depicted in these images occurs many times in other parts of the world.
The viewing of such images increases the likelihood of there being further suffering, so these are serious matters.
People who view them perpetuate the production of such items.”
He gave Walton, of Stephen Street, Hartlepool, a 13-month jail term suspended for two years with 35 days’ rehabilitation activity.
Walton was given a five-year sexual harm prevention order and will be on the sex offenders’ register for 10 years.

The former Nine Network reporter Ben McCormack described himself as “a total b loving pedo” in online conversations where he outlined a sexual interest in young boys.
The A Current Affair reporter went by the name Oz4skinboi when he spoke with another unnamed man for more than two years, according to the agreed statement of facts.
The man asked McCormack during one July 2015 conversation if he thought he’d always “be a p”, and the reporter said “Yep, U ... I’ll always have the attraction ... They are beautiful”.
In January this year, McCormack told the man he liked naughty boys and the man asked, “U eva think u’ll play with one? Or just fantasy?”.
“I’d love to,” McCormack replied.
McCormack, 43, was arrested in April and suspended by the Nine Network after police raided ACA’s Sydney office and his home.
Nine Network confirmed McCormack had handed in his resignation and no longer worked for the network.
He pleaded guilty to two counts of using a carriage service to transmit, publish or promote child pornography, after a new, agreed statement of facts was tendered in Downing Centre local court.
His lawyer Sam Macedone said McCormack “always admitted to what he’s done, however the facts weren’t exactly correct”.
“I just wanted to make it quite clear that were never any images that were traded between Ben and anyone else of any child exploitation material,” he told reporters outside court.
“It was nothing more than fantasy talk, but no transporting of images.
“That’s what I wanted, that’s what we’ve got, so we’re now pleading guilty and we’ll move on from there.”
Court documents say it’s evident McCormack and the man exchanged a number of images but they were unavailable.
“Accordingly there is no evidence that the images sent by the accused were of children in pornographic poses or activities,” the agreed facts state.
McCormack is next scheduled to appear in court on 6 October.




A South Jersey man authorities say had over 76,000 videos and images of child pornography on his computers when he was arrested in a statewide child pornography bust last year has pleaded guilty today to distributing child pornography
Authorities called the collection, seized during a raid of 48-year-old John H. DeFay Jr.'s Pitman home, “one of the largest collections of child pornography ever seized by law enforcement in New Jersey.”
DeFay, who was employed as an IT manager for a private business when he was arrested, pleaded guilty to a charge of second-degree distribution of child pornography on Monday, Porrino said. He admitted that he knowingly shared multiple images of child pornography in an online file sharing folder.
DeFay now faces seven years in state prison, including 2 years, six months of parole ineligibility. He will be required to register as a sex offender under Megan’s Law and will be subject to parole supervision for life.

A detective of the New Jersey State Police Digital Technology Investigations Unit (DTIU) downloaded over a dozen videos and images of child pornography from a shared folder as part of an investigation into a peer-to-peer file-sharing network popular with sex offenders. The images came from an IP address that was subsequently traced to DeFay’s computer, police said.
Members of the DTIU and State Police TEAMS South Unit conducted a raid on his home as part of “Operation Statewide,” a child pornography sweep by the New Jersey Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, on July 13, 2016. Detectives seized computer equipment, including a desktop computer with an attached hard drive that they said contained 76,000 videos and images of child pornography.

Porn Addicted Rapists: Operation Statewide 22 agosto 2016

The number of children who were raped and abused to create the abhorrent materials found on DeFay’s computer could populate a small city,” Porrino said. “Those children were victimized to satisfy the deviant desires of men like DeFay, and they are re-victimized each time such offenders share and view their images online. We’ll continue to make these cases a top priority in order to protect and seek justice for children.”
“When we uncover collections of child pornography this huge, the appalling scope of this online criminal market and the harm it inflicts is made clear,” Director Elie Honig of the Division of Criminal Justice said. “It motivates us to re-double our efforts to patrol the internet and arrest these offenders with our law enforcement partners.”
The amount of innocent children subjected to torture, rape and abuse that is required to accumulate a collection of child pornography that contains more than 76,000 files is staggering,” Col. Rick Fuentes, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police, said. “When we find large-scale traffickers like DeFay, we are going to expose them, put them behind bars, and remind other deviants like him that we are coming for them too.”
The Operation Statewide law enforcement team, led by New Jersey State Police detectives, followed the digital fingerprint of known images of child porn as they were being sent and received over file sharing networks to specific computers, State Police said last summer.
The file-sharing networks used by offenders to distribute child pornography operate in the same manner as websites used for privately sharing music or movies. Those in possession of the illegal images can make them available on computers that they control for others to download. 
Because many of these videos and photos of child pornography keep recirculating, they result in the perpetual re-victimization of the children who were sexually assaulted or abused to produce them,” authorities said.

South Jersey Man Had 76,000 Images Of Child Porn, Authorities Say Anthony Bellano (Patch Staff) -

A plea bargain agreement has been reached in a sexual abuse case that stemmed from a 2013 sting operation involving sheriff’s investigators and ICE agents.
A Clatskanie man admitted to committing a sexually explicit act in front of one victim, and sharing a video of himself in sexual contact with another victim. Both victims were minors.

Columbia County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) investigators and Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents first contacted Jerrus Storm Lumijarvi during a December of 2013 sting operation, as previously reported in The Chief. An ICE spokesman told The Chief that the agency is leading authority for investigating online sex crimes.
Investigators accused Lumijarvi of communicating with undercover investigators via text messages and attempting to obtain sexual favors in exchange for sexually explicit photographs of underage girls. A computer and digital storage devices containing explicit materials were reportedly found. Columbia County District Attorney’s office declined to prosecute before the investigation continued, according to CCSO.
In fall of 2015, a CCSO deputy took a report from a juvenile female who claimed Lumijarvi had masturbated in front of a 13-year-old boy. It was further alleged that Lumijarvi committed several sexually-explicit criminal acts with an underage girl between March of 2013 and June of 2013.
In a previous reporting, Columbia County Deputy District Attorney John Berg said Lumijarvi was accused of assaulting a sleeping 15-year-old girl in 2013. Lumijarvi filmed the act and sent a copy to the girl. Berg said the same victim claimed Lumijarvi gave her a drink that put her to sleep, and she claimed she woke up to find him masturbating on top of her.
Lumijarvi was arrested on Feb. 5, 2016 for multiple sexual abuse charges as well as other crimes. A grand jury indicted the day before and he agreed to surrender to authorities. He was 20 years old at the time of his arrest.
Lumijarvi was held at the Columbia County Jail for charges of burglary, sexual abuse, possession of material depicting sexually explicit conduct of a child, encouraging child sexual abuse, private indecency, invasion of personal privacy and coercion.
On Feb. 29, 2016, Lumijarvi was granted release from Columbia County Jail pending his trial. Judge Ted Grove ordered Lumijarvi to remain on house arrest in St. Helens with an in-law who is a pastor.
Among the conditions of release were electronic location monitoring, a ban on internet use and no contact with his victims. According to Berg, the location Lumijarvi was released to was deemed acceptable in part because it lacked internet access. Lumijarvi also waived his clergy-penitent privilege, giving up any protection regarding private religious discussions with the pastor.
During the course of the investigation, several witnesses were interviewed by authorities and a search warrant was executed on Lumijarvi's Clatskanie residence. CCSO said investigators seized multiple items of evidentiary value including computers and cell phones. Those items were sent to the FBI for analysis.
On Sept. 25, 2017, Lumijarvi appeared before Grove at the Columbia County Courthouse to negotiate a guilty plea for a felony count of second-degree encouraging child sex abuse for the 15-year-old female victim, and also a misdemeanor count of private indecency for the 13-year-old male victim. He was issued a suspended sentence of one year and one day, which is minimum sentence for a prison stay rather than jail.
Lumijarvi was sentenced to five years of probation and must register as a sex offender. The conditions of his probation include sex offender treatment, no contact with his victims (including a 1,000-foot restriction on one victim’s home), and he is not allowed any contact with minors. Lumijarvi is also prohibited from areas where children congregate, such as playgrounds and schools.
Berg said during the negotiations, the state kept the victims informed on the process and outcome. He said Grove also spoke at length with the victims regarding the plea. “This case has been going on a long time,” Berg said. “I don’t want to speak for the victims, but I think the victims wanted it over.”

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A 42-year-old man will likely be sentenced to 25 years in prison in connection with a child sex crimes investigation.
Thomas Gene Duncan, Jr. remains lodged in the Multnomah County Detention Center. He is facing criminal charges in Multnomah County Court and U.S. District Court.
Duncan will enter into a plea agreement with the district attorney’s office on his local charges. Records show that Duncan will plead guilty to charges of unlawful sexual penetration, first-degree rape, and second-degree sodomy.
Duncan has already pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to charges of production of child pornography and possession of child pornography.
He will be sentenced in U.S. District Court later this year.
According to federal court documents, if Duncan agrees to all of the conditions in the plea agreements, he should get a 25 year prison sentence. It will be up to the judges in his case, however, to decide his actual sentence.
In 2015, the FBI determined someone in the 200 block of Northeast 28th Circle in Gresham was looking at child pornography. The FBI launched an investigation and executed a search warrant at Duncan’s residence.
Duncan was interviewed by the FBI at his home during the search warrant, according to court documents.
He said he downloaded so much pornography, bestiality, and child pornography that there would be a collage of it on his computer,” according to court documents.
FBI agents found evidence on Duncan’s computer that showed he took nude more than a dozen photos of a known minor, according to court documents.
Janet Lynn Porter, who was living with Duncan in Gresham when the downloading and abuse occurred, has been convicted of criminal mistreatment. Investigators say she knew about the photos that Duncan was taking and didn’t do anything to stop him.
She was sentenced supervised probation. If she violates her probation, she could be sentenced to 36 months in prison.
NORFOLK, Va. – A Virginia Beach man pleaded guilty to production of child pornography and possession of child pornography. This case was investigated by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).
According to court documents, Larry Anthony Radebaugh, 40, established chat-based relationships with multiple children in which he persuaded them to send him nude images and videos of themselves. Posing as a teenage boy, Radebaugh used applications such as Kik and TextNow to befriend his victims

Radebaugh enticed the minors to strike sexual poses and perform sexual acts and then transmit the images over the internet.  With one victim, he used Skype to engage in “phone sex,” while his own camera was disabled. For some of his victims, this conduct lasted more than a year. Radebaugh stored many of these images in an online storage service and possessed other images on his cell phone.
Radebaugh faces between 15 and 40 years in prison when sentenced Jan. 18, 2018.
This investigation was conducted under HSI’s Operation Predator, an international initiative to protect children from sexual predators. Since the launch of Operation Predator in 2003, HSI has arrested more than 16,000 individuals for crimes against children, including the production and distribution of online child pornography, traveling overseas for sex with minors, and sex trafficking of children. In fiscal year 2016, more than 2,600 child predators were arrested by HSI special agents under this initiative, and more than 800 victims identified or rescued.

“Operation Predator” 18 giugno 2017


HSI encourages the public to report suspected child predators and any suspicious activity through its toll-free Tip Line at 1-866-DHS-2-ICE or by completing its online tip form. Both are staffed around the clock by investigators. From outside the U.S. and Canada, callers should dial 802-872-6199. Hearing impaired users can call TTY 802-872-6196.
Suspected child sexual exploitation or missing children may be reported to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, an Operation Predator partner, via its toll-free 24-hour hotline, 1-800-THE-LOST.
For additional information about wanted suspected child predators, download HSI’s Operation Predator smartphone app or visit the online suspect alerts page. HSI is a founding member of the Virtual Global Taskforce, an international alliance of law enforcement agencies and private industry sector partners working together to prevent and deter online child sexual abuse.

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