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martedì 19 dicembre 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 24

Saying Larry Nassar was a danger to children, a federal judge sentenced the former USA Gymnastics doctor to 60 years in prison.


The sentencing, in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan in Grand Rapids, was on two counts of possession of child pornography, and one count of destroying evidence. FBI investigators said they found at least 37,000 images and videos of pornography on Nassar's computers. In court, the judge said those images had been collected for the past two decades.
Nassar, 54, had pleaded guilty to the child pornography charges in July. He has also pleaded guilty to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Michigan District Court in Ingham County, Mich. 
Nearly 150 women, including three gold medal Olympians and former MSU gymnasts, said Nassar violated their bodies and trust, sexually abusing athletes under the guise of medical treatments. Dozens of Nassar's accusers appeared in court for the sentencing. 


Gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to sexual assault charges  24 novembre 2017

Neff denied the U.S. Attorney Office's request to allow six victims to speak at Nassar's sentencing. She said those victims and others will have the opportunity to speak on the other cases against Nassar, who has pleaded guilty to 10 counts of sexual misconduct in two Michigan counties.
In federal court, Nassar said he'd been battling the disease of child pornography addiction for some time; and he compared his battle to alcoholism and drug addiction.
"I've lost everything because of this, it's horrific," Nassar told U.S. District Judge Janet Neff prior to the sentencing. He added that he hopes some good comes out of all of this and that the media attention will encourage parents to educate their children.
The U.S. attorney said Nassar's sexual interest in children manifested itself in two ways, in the 37,000 videos and pictures of children pornography and scores of sexual abuse victims.
"I became a real life child pornography subject, his play thing," wrote one victim in an impact statement read aloud in court. More than two dozen victim impact statements were submitted to the court.
Neff told the court Nassar was, is, and will continue to be a danger to children. Before reading the sentence, she said Nassar has demonstrated that he should never have access to children again. Neff also noted that Nassar created child pornography involving his own child.
More important than the punishment of the person, Neff said, is deterrence and protection for the public.
The U.S. Attorney asked that the sentence be enough to deter others in positions of power and protect potential victims.
The 60 years in federal prison is to be served consecutively to the sentences Nassar received in Michigan state court.
Olympic gold medalist McKayla Maroney is among those who filed a victim impact statement, writing that Nassar began to abuse her when she was 13. She said the abuse happened at high-profile competitions, like in London before the USA gymnastics team won the gold in 2012. Maroney detailed what she described as the “scariest night” of her life—she was 15 and headed to Toyoko. She said Nassar gave her a sleeping pill for the flight. "And the next thing I know, I was all alone with him in his hotel room getting a ‘treatment.’ I thought I was going to die that night," Maroney wrote.

Ex-MSU doctor Larry Nassar deserves 60 years for child porn, prosecutor says 

A porn addicted pensioner caught with animated images of child sex abuse says he only looked at them because he admired the drawings.
Peter Stevens, from Barnstaple, collected a vast library of internet adult porn which he started to access while he was getting ready for work in the mornings, Exeter Crown Court was told.
He became so addicted that his interest developed into more and more extreme adult sexual acts – particularly woman having sex with animals.
When police raided his home they found more than a quarter of a million images of adult porn. Among them were a very small number of images involving children.
Stevens, a retired joiner, said he was not interested in child sex images. But he admitted possessing extreme pornography, possessing prohibited images of children and making indecent images of children, and was given a community order.
Prosecutor Ian Graham said police visited his home on October 25 and seized a computer.
On it they found a vast library of adult porn. Stevens was also a member of an internet sharing forum which discussed the images.
Among the material were extreme images of human/animal sex and 29 cartoon depictions of child abuse. There were also eight indecent images of children.
“He developed a vast quantity of pornographic images in which indecent images of children are strewn,” said Mr Graham.

“He is not specifically searching them to download but at a very early stage he’s looked at those. As he finds them he’s opening them up despite the fact they are quite clearly named in such a way as to leave him in no doubt as to what they are likely to contain.”
Stevens told probation that he started to look at pornography while waiting for a lift to work and it led to him seeking out more extreme images. He said he did not know the images of animal sex were illegal and that he looked at the animated images because he admired the drawings.
Richard Crabb, defending, said Stevens was ashamed of his actions and no longer had a computer.

Recorder Jonathan Barnes said it appeared Stevens had now ‘come to his senses’ and would not trouble the court again. He accepted the defendant’s main interest was not in child sex material and that he only viewed eight images.
Stevens, of Poltimore Lawn, was given a community order for two years and told to do 13 days on a Rehabilitation Activity Requirement.

Porn is like cocaine’ Sex addicts reveal life with condition including 50 orgasms a DAY Tom Towers 12th December 2017


Two 'warped' British paedophiles who used a conference calling app to watch films of children being raped have been jailed following an international investigation.

Stephen Stott, 23, and 34-year old Dean Jones were held after investigators from Homeland Security in the US discovered paedophiles were using video conference software to watch horrific and explicit child pornography together.

Using pin numbers, up to 50 paedophiles at a time would log onto a chatroom via the app to see boys and girls being raped live - with some horrific film footage featuring babies just 12 months old.



The National Crime Agency in the UK were alerted after Stott, a VIP hospitality worker who lives with his mother in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, posted bragging messages on the site replying to a post from another user who said: 'baby n toddler lovers?' after they watched a pre-recorded video clip.

Over a three month in 2015 a series of posts from Stott - after watching a five year old girl being raped - included: 'Would love to see boy,' 'Anyone snuff?' and 'who wants tiny?' 

He also enquired about actual participation in abuse by asking the group 'anyone had real?', 'anyone with access' and 'any UK with access.'

Detectives swooped on Stott - a regular figure on Manchester's club scene - in July 2016 and examined his phone to discover he had sent various horrific pictures via WhatsApp to Jones, a college graduate who works in palliative care.

They included video clips of girls and boys being repeatedly raped and abused. 

One showed a 43 second clip of a 10-year-old girl.

Jones, from Stockport, was later arrested and was found to have filmed himself taking part in sordid sexual encounters but none involved children. 

In a WhatsApp exhange between the two men Jones said: 'You child minding soon?' to which Stott replied: ' Hopefully. What you wana do then? What if he said something?'

At Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester, Stott was jailed for 32 months after he admitted making and distributing indecent images, possessing extreme pornography, aiding and abetting the showing of indecent images and conspiracy to perform a sexual act.

Jones was jailed for nine months after he admitted conspiracy to commit a sexual act, possessing extreme pornography and making an indecent image of a child.

The court heard Stott came to the attention of the NCA following an international investigation involving agencies from the USA and Canada.

Close prosecuting said: 'It focused an investigation on the use of online video conferencing software to share, view, comment and even live stream the sexual abuse of children. The method by which it was viewed was quite sophisticated. 

'Most of the 'meetings' using the app involved legitimate legal activity. Unfortunately a criminal element had discovered that the app allowed for secret meetings wherein like minded individuals could meet on line and watch together the sexual abuse of children. 

'Sometimes this material was by way of pre-recorded clips. Sometimes there was a live feed of abuse wherein the viewers could solicit specific acts. There is no suggestion, however, that Stott was present at the time of 'live streamed' abuse.'

Stott was at a 'video conference' on two occasions, between September and December 2015 when participants viewed, shared and commented upon pre-recorded video clips showing the sexual abuse of children.

Jones was said to have watched and commented on the abuse 'with some enthusiasm' but he did not share any of his own video or pictorial content with the group.

Mr Close said on September 21 2015 24 people including Stott were present in the 'chat room' in which footage was streamed of a pre-recorded clip showing the rape of boys aged between the ages of 10 and 14. 

On December 4 2015, there were up to 50 people present in the 'chatroom' during which six more sick recordings were broadcast.

Mr Close added: 'Whilst the videos are playing, or before the same are selected, there is often comment made by those present in the room. Stott made comments during a discussion as to the type of image the group would like to see.

Investigations showed Stott had been swapping WhatsApp messages and sick sexual photographs with Jones in the week before his arrest. 

As part of the Whatsapp conversation, the pair also discussed whether they would force someone to have sex and the abuse of children. 

Police spoke to a young boy amid fears he might have been molested by Stott but but no evidence was found of any abuse.

Stott was ordered to sign the Sex Offenders Register for life and Jones will be on it for 10 years.

Judge Mark Savill said their behaviour had been 'warped' and told them: 'It is is most disturbing that both of you have shown deviant sexual interest in very young children. The images and discussions you engaged in are abhorrent and distressing in equal measure.

'Viewing images for your own perverse interests repeats the dreadful abuse of children. You place yourselves in close connection with the abusers themselves - and by doing so these are not victimless crimes. You have both abandoned the moral compass and you should hang your heads in shame.'  




Two British men jailed after global investigation into app which posts shocking live films of child rape Rebecca Shepherd 6 DEC 2017


An Idaho Falls man was arrested after his probation officer discovered child pornography on a hidden cellphone.
John Steven Castillo, 33, was imprisoned for rape in 2005. Castillo was meeting with his parole officer on Nov. 9 when the officer discovered he had a second cellphone. Upon initial examination, the officer found images of child pornography.
Bonneville County Sheriff’s Office Detective Barrett Hillier examined the phone Nov. 13, finding more than 2,200 sexually explicit images and videos on the phone, and more than 1,500 depicted prepubescent children involved in sex acts.
Hillier found Castillo used several password protected apps to view the images. Castillo gave Hillier the passwords to access the content. Some of the images were filed into folders titled “Babies-toddlers,” “Boys,” “Girls,” “Men with Boys,” among others.
Castillo told investigators he had downloaded the images over the last two months, and that he had slid into old habits because of stress. The images were obtained from links in chat rooms he found through an app.
Castillo has been charged with five counts of child sexual exploitation by willfully possessing or accessing sexually exploitative material. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.


After five years on the run, a former Salem man was sentenced to eight years in prison on child pornography charges.
In 2009, federal investigators looking into a website where users could chat and trade child pornography caught Darrell Kurt North, 50, posting and collecting child pornography on the site. 
Investigators tracked North to Salem and served a search warrant at his home. They discovered 93 pictures and 12 videos of children being sexually abused on his computer. 
North was arrested in 2011 on five counts of first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse and held on $50,000. 
After posting $5,000 bond, North was released from jail and ordered to stay off the internet except for work purposes. 
By the time he was caught in 2011, North had shared and viewed hundreds of images of child pornography involving the rape and molestation of young children, then-Marion County prosecutor Jodie Bureta wrote in her sentencing memorandum. 
The charges involved five separate victims, but Norths actions affected thousands, Bureta said. 
"We know that child pornography continues to be manufactured because people like (North) are insatiable and demand it," she said. "Children were raped, sodomized and molested in order to fuel the defendant's desire to see the crimes in progress."
North, a diagnosed pedophile, admitted to inappropriately touching a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old.
Incarcerating North would protect the community by cutting off his access to children and keeping him from victimizing them, Bureta said. 
Marion County Judge Courtland Geyer sentenced North to eight years in prison. Upon his release, he will be required to register as a sex offender
Sentences for encouraging child sexual abuse can vary drastically, from only probation to decades in prison. 
Sex offenders with criminal histories can even face lifetime prison sentences. 

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -
Warning: Details in this story could be disturbing to some.
A Cincinnati woman and Franklin man are accused of selling a 2-year-old toddler and creating child pornography, federal authorities announced Thursday.
Cousins Ciera Richter, 25, and Jason Fletcher, 40, are both facing federal charges. 
In May, Fletcher's probation officer found pornography of a female child on one of his phones, according to the U.S. District Attorney's Office. 
A search of the phone revealed, among a collection of child pornography, child pornography videos made with the phone, investigators said.
Some of the videos on the phone involve Fletcher, Richter and a 2-year-old, they said. In the videos, Richter helps hold, entertain and position the toddler, while Fletcher records himself sexually abusing the child.
Richter intended to sell the videos, according to the indictment.
“The indictment alleges that Richter provided the toddler to Fletcher with the knowledge that as a consequence of the transfer, the two-year-old would be portrayed in child pornography,” said U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman.
“Offenses like those alleged here are among the most heinous, and most important, that we prosecute. We take seriously our duty and responsibility to keep children safe from those who would prey upon them.”
Glassman would not say where the crimes occurred. 
The crimes generally carry a potential sentence of 15 to 30 years in prison.
Fletcher was already a sex offender after being convicted by the state of Ohio of importuning a minor, among other crimes, authorities said.
Under the terms of his probation, he was not to possess pornography of any kind.
"'If we can protect children against this kind of exploitation, we absolutely have a duty to do it. And I hope that when we bring cases like this it will protect other children of being abused in the future," Glassman said.
They are each indicted on one count of conspiracy to produce child pornography and production of child pornography, according to a release from the U.S. District Attorney's Office.
Fletcher faces a potential range of 35 years to life in prison, because he has at least two prior state convictions for crimes involving children, federal officials said.
Richter is also charged with one count of selling a child, which is punishable by a range of 30 years to life in prison.


A 32-year-old Port St. Lucie man was sentenced to life in prison on numerous child pornography charges.
Law enforcement officials said that in addition to distributing large amounts of child porn over the internet to adults and children, Scott Joseph Trader recorded himself sexually abusing girls entrusted to his care; one was only 2 years old, according to a news release from U.S. Department of Justice.
Trader also coerced dozens of minors to send him child pornography through social media apps. The images among his collection showed sexual abuse of infants and toddlers, sadism and masochism, and bestiality.  
Trader’s criminal activity took place as early as November 2014 and continued through May 2017. He pleaded guilty to the charges. 
The case involved Project Safe Childhood, which was launched in 20016 by the Department of Justice as an effort to better identify, locate and apprehend people who exploit children.  

Paedophile hunters snared a Derbyshire pervert when he sent them photos of his private parts thinking he was talking to a 14-year-old girl.
Christopher Smith also tried the get “Emily” to send him naked pictures of herself using the toilet and tried to arrange to meet up with her for sex,court heard.
And when police raided his Hilton home and seized a mobile phone belonging to the 26-year-old they found it contained more than 100 sick child abuse images, including pictures and video of a baby being raped.
Sarah Allen, prosecuting, said Smith first started talking to the teen over an internet dating site in November last year.
She said: “In fact it was two men who had set up a fake profile pretending to be a 14-year-old girl called Emily and the defendant began a series of online conversations with her.
“Very quickly he started asking her sexual questions about herself, asking about the size of her breasts and asked her to send him pictures of herself using the toilets at school.
“He sent a photograph of his private parts and told her that he would like to meet her and have sex with her.”
Miss Allen said Smith then began asking questions about when her parents might be out and tried to arrange to meet her.
She said the two men who set up “Emily’s” online account took their information to the police and Smith was arrested.
She said he first told officers how “his Hotmail account had been hacked” but in a second interview admitted what he had done saying he “had been a bit of an idiot”.
Miss Allen said analysis of his mobile phone found it to contain 103 child abuse images or movies including 36 that were of the most serious category A.
She said: “The most serious included a baby and a three-year-old girl being raped and other images were across a wide age range from babies to 13-year-olds.
Smith pleaded guilty to attempting to incite a child into sexual activity and three counts of possessing indecent images of children.








Supported by his family in the public gallery, he cried in the dock as he was handed a three-year community order at Derby Crown Court.
Recorder Andrew Easteal said: “There is something about this offending you need to get into your head.
“And that is that the person responsible for what happened to the children in these images is you.
This abuse is fuelled by you and happens because of you.”
Justin Ablott, for Smith who since his arrest has moved from Rodney Close in Hilton to an address in Marlborough Way, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, said his client had “long standing problems that began in childhood” that had been recognised in both a psychiatrist’s report and one prepared by the probation service.








Speaking after sentencing, an NSPCC spokesman said: “The images Smith viewed showed incredibly vulnerable children being subjected to the most horrific acts. These are real victims who must live with the life-long damage child sexual abuse can cause.
“By possessing these awful images Smith has helped to feed an industry which sustains itself by putting children through hell.
“His attempts to groom someone he thought to be a young girl also serve as a warning to parents and carers of how offenders often target children online.
“Parents can help keep children safe on the internet by having conversations with them about their online lives and by encouraging them to seek help whenever they need it.”
Expert advice is also available through the charity’s Net Aware website or the NSPCC and O2’s online safety helpline on 0808 800 5002.


A FORMER children’s football coach downloaded indecent images of children and watched them as a form of “escapism”.
When police raided David Broadhurst’s former home in Rainhill they seized various computers and related items and had them forensically examined.
This disclosed a total of 624 indecent images, including 114 videos.
Chris Taylor, prosecuting, told Liverpool crown court: “These included sadistic sexual abuse of a baby and girls aged from three to nine years old.
Broadhurst, who works part time as a DJ, had been identified as an offender following his Skype conversations with another man about the sexual abuse of children.
Devon and Cornwall police notified Merseyside police and they went to his home at breakfast time on April 20 this year and found both he and his wife present.
When later interviewed he described it as “escapism linked to his depression.

The 62-year-old who has since separated from his wife and now lives in Netherfields, Leigh, pleaded guilty to seven offences involved making indecent photographs, possessing them making indecent pseudo photographs and possessing prohibited images.
The court heard he maintained he had never searched for such images and they that they had been sent to him anonymously. He said he downloaded them and deleted them after viewing.
Jeremy Rawson, defending, said that Broadhurst has no previous convictions. He added: “He was a family man for many years. He is now separated from his wife and is lonely and remorseful figure.
“He is lost and broken as a result of what has happened. He is anxious to sort out his position and regain his previous way of life.”
Sentencing him to eight months imprisonment suspended for two years Judge Anil Murray said, “Since your arrest you have taken steps to address your warped desires.”








He pointed out that Broadhurst had worked as a coach for a workforce children’s team and while there was no suggestion he had visited the children, “these offences will mean all the parents of the children you have encountered will now be wondering.”
He ordered him to attend an accredited sex offenders’ treatment programme and to carry out 30 days rehabilitation activities.
Judge Murray also ordered him to sign the Sex Offenders Register for 10 years and imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for the same length of time banning him from contact with under 16-year-olds.

BRENTWOOD -- A former maintenance supervisor at Bethany Church in Greenland was sentenced to prison last week for possessing images of children being sexually abused.
Ronald Nekoroski, 69, of 2 Maple Ridge Road, Seabrook, pleaded guilty Nov. 29 to two counts of possessing child sexual abuse images in Rockingham Superior Court.
Nekoroski was sentenced to 3 to 6 years in New Hampshire State Prison, according to court records. He also received a suspended prison sentence of 7½ to 15 years and must participate in the state’s sex offender program as part of the plea deal.
Nekoroski was arrested Jan. 3 this year after police found images depicting sexual child abuse on laptops, hard drives and USB thumb drives in his home. He was indicted in April on six felony counts of possession of child sexual abuse images by a Rockingham County grand jury.
Nekoroski was being monitored by bracelet until June 21 when it was removed by authorities, according to an operator at the Rockingham County House of Corrections. He is receiving 83 days credit for confinement prior to his plea and sentencing.
Nekoroski worked at Bethany Church before retiring in 2015 and previously at IBM and Motorola, according to published reports. His arrest was the result of an investigation by the regional Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. ICAC found his IP address during a probe into the file sharing network Bit Torrent, from which Nekoroski appeared to be downloading the files, according to a police affidavit and Portsmouth detective Duane Jacques.
Police said at the time of his arrest six images were found in Nekoroski’s home that depicted acts involving adult men and minor females, including some prepubescent children
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A Memphis man was charged with 262 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after authorities discovered thousands of images on his phone.
According to reports, Terence Gatlin was called in to speak with investigators after they received a tip saying he was accessing sexually explicit content involving minors on the internet.
The defendant reportedly admitted to downloading child pornography and gave permission for them to search his phone. On the device, authorities discovered 333 videos and 1,221 images of sexual abuse against children.
Some of the children, authorities said, were as young as 3-months old.
The videos ranged in length from four second to 22 minutes.
Gatlin is facing 262 felony counts of exploitation of a minor.
"In this instance, it was a complaint, so we investigated it. This is what we came up with," said Lt. Roosevelt Twilley who worked the case. "We are protecting our children, your children and everybody else who has children."
Police arrested Gatlin at his home on Effie.
Lisa Pettis lives across the street and watched police quietly pull up.
"Right across the street. Wow," she said. "Something has to be wrong with you to do something like that to a child."
Neighbors said children live on the block, and just a few houses down, there's a daycare.
"Such a shame for any adult to do anything like that. It's ridiculous," said Pettis.
Police said the investigation isn't over just yet as they work to find out where the pictures and videos came from.
Police said anytime you see something suspicious to report it. Just call 545-COPS.

A 71-year-old Belleville man has been sentenced to five years in prison for luring youth online, making child pornography, possessing thousands of illegal images and performing public acts of indecency.
Frank Burns pleaded guilty in Belleville to nine counts of luring a minor plus making child pornography, making available child pornography, possession of child pornography, committing an indecent act, careless storage of a firearm.
Hastings County Crown attorney Lee Burgess said the United States-based National Center for Missing and Exploited Children triggered the police investigation when it received reports from electronic service providers in the U.S.
Microsoft found someone with the screen name of frankyb121 had uploaded a known child pornography image through its Skype service Oct. 12, 2015. The National Center tracked the user to a Bell Canada subscriber in Belleville.
Chat service Chatstep reported a user account named “grampa Room:grampaxxx” had also uploaded a known illegal image Dec. 16, 2016. It, too, was tracked to a Bell subscriber in Belleville.
The National Center then alerted its Canadian counterpart, the National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre, which contacted Belleville police.
Det. Sgt. Pat Kellar identified the images as child pornography.
“Internet records revealed the user to be Frank Burns with the accused’s address,” Burgess said.
City police arrived at Burns’ home April 4, 2017 with a search warrant.
“Mr. Burns was home at the time and confirmed he lived alone and that no one else used his computers.”
Police arrested him and seized a laptop set up “in a somewhat permanent way” on the living room coffee table, Burgess said. It was connected to a large flat-screen television. There was also a small camera affixed to a homemade pole and pointing at the couch seat in front of the laptop. Another camera pointed onto the home’s south-facing deck. Both were connected to the laptop, Burgess said.
Police seized several small camcorders, digital storage devices, a tablet, mobile phone and video cassettes. There were nine small or miniature cameras in total, among them a clothespin-size unit and a pen camera suitable for wearing in a shirt pocket.
The next day, computer forensic analyst Sgt. Roy Kendall examined the laptop’s hard drive, finding 2,451 child pornography images, 2,207 of them unique and 36 different child pornography videos.
Five devices contained photos and videos. Burgess said in all there were 4,879 unique child porn files.
“There are also 192 images and five videos of Frank Burns either naked or naked and masturbating on his second-floor balcony overlooking the parking lot of his apartment building,” Burgess aid.
“These images and videos were taken between April 18, 2004 and March 26, 2017.”
A video labelled “No Frills 17-03-17” was shot by a camera apparently mounted to Burns’ grocery cart.
“He walked around the Belleville store with his penis pulled out of his pants, but would pull his coat down to conceal his penis when people were nearby,” Burgess said. “He would then pull up his coat, revealing his penis and masturbate in the store.”
The Crown said Burns also used the chat site Omegle to communicate with minors, exposing himself and seeking sexual photos, videos or actions.
Omegle links its users randomly for chats.
The Internet is full of cool people; Omegle lets you meet them,” reads the site, adding chats are anonymous unless users reveal their identities – which isn’t recommended.
Predators have been known to use Omegle, so please be careful,” the site reads.
Burns showed child pornography images to a boy who was masturbating, Burgess said. The man also masturbated while receiving imagery “of the sexual abuse of very young children.”
Though the chats wouldn’t normally have been saved on his computer, Burns had installed screen-capture software.
The chats, grocery store video and other images were shown to Justice Geoff Griffin.
Burns’ collection included videos of a girl known online as Vicky who was abused by her father and the images distributed widely.
Every day people are trading and sharing videos of me as a little girl being raped in the most sadistic ways,” said Vicky in a pre-recorded impact statement video.
Justice Griffin quoted from other judgments from child pornography cases, calling the practice “an increasingly pervasive evil in our societyIt is hard to imagine a more vivid example of the deceitfulness and wickedness of a human heart.
“The days of mourning for our children are at hand,” Griffin said.
He said it is “crucial” to find ways to deter online predators and the collectors and distributors of those images.
Griffin said Canadian courts are “developing a growing understanding of the extraordinary harm” those offenders cause and now tend to give “enhanced penalties” for the crimes.
Burns had no prior criminal record.
Griffin sentenced him to two years in prison for luring, one year consecutively for making child pornography, another consecutive year for making the images available and one year to be served concurrently for possession. The indecent act in the grocery store resulted in three concurrent months, while the gun charge added 30 days concurrently.
The judge gave Burns a year’s credit for the eight months in jail he’d served since his arrest.
Burns was also placed in the national sex offender registry and in the criminal DNA databank, both for life. He was given a lifetime weapons ban and a three-year order to avoid public spaces where children may gather and any volunteer roles or jobs which would place him in a position of trust for people younger than 16. He cannot operate an internet-connected device for any social media or to communicate with anyone younger than 16.
His devices containing child pornography were forfeited and will be destroyed.
Burns was not, however, the only man convicted of child-related sex offences.
A SERIAL sex offender who digitally manipulated an image of his genitals on to a photo of a child’s face has been jailed.
Matthew Sutcliffe, 33, of Binfield Road, Wokingham was found with a mammoth stash of child pornography when officers raided his home on April 7, 2016.
Police found hoards of inappropriate images of teenage girls on a laptop hidden under his bed.
The court heard that Sutcliffe had been searching the internet for sexual abuse stories and uploaded images to the web.
Sentencing Sutcliffe at Reading Crown Court on November 24, Deputy circuit judge Neil Stewart said: “You have a definite and a long-lasting sexual interest in children and there is simply no other option but to imprison you for your offences.
Whenever the images you distributed are downloaded by anyone, they sustain the market for them.
Sutcliffe had made sure to delete his internet history which contained searches related to abusing children.
The judge showed no sympathy to the computer programmer who “knew he had done wrong” and admitted that therapists no longer believed they could help him change his mindset.
The judge added: “When you went through the Thames Valley course, you were really putting on a show. You never really engaged with the programme at all and continued to offend.”
Judge Stewart noted a number of aggravating factors including the breach of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order which said Suttcliffe was not to own a computer that was not monitored by the police and found this to be an “extremely offensive breach”.
Janick Fielding, mitigating, admitted that the 33 year-old was of at high risk of re-offending but claimed he was never any danger to the public.
Mr Fielding said: “He is not opposed to treatment and has considered options such as chemical treatment to lower libido and to address all of these issues.”
Sutcliffe, who was convicted for similar offences before, will serve half  of his 16 month sentence in prison for numerous counts of making indecent images and breaking a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

A Buffalo man who used his cellphone to record to a 3-year-old girl as she engaged in sexually explicit conduct pleaded guilty to production and possession of child pornography.
Duke Jimenez, 34, faces a mandatory minimum 15-year prison sentence and a maximum 50 years in prison when he is sentenced April 16 by U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara.
According to the U.S. Attorney's office, between Feb. 10 and Oct. 27, 2014, Jimenez engaged in sexual contact with the girl, who had been entrusted to his care. Authorities said Jimenez took cellphone depictions of the victim engaging in sexually explicit conduct. The images were located on the Secure Digital card on Jimenez's phone.
Jimenez was arrested by officers from the Buffalo Police Department on Nov. 18, 2015, at which time his cellphone was seized. A subsequent search of his phone and SD card revealed 18 image files that depicted the victim engaging in sexually explicit conduct.
The case was investigated by the FBI and the Buffalo Police Department.


University media studies lecturer who was caught with dozens of horrific images of babies being raped is jailed for 15 months Lara Keay For Mailonline 1 December 2017


A former Dallas County jailer pleaded guilty in a Dallas federal courtroom to one count of enticement of minor. 

Kevin Scott Morris, 44, will be sentenced April 4 to a minimum of 10 years and a maximum of life in prison, closing a sordid saga that lasted the better part of a decade and involved at least 10 victimized children.
According to court documents and statements from Dallas' U.S. Attorney's Office, Morris began presenting himself as a filmmaker and modeling agent to the parents of teenage boys in 2009. Over the next eight years, Morris gained the trust of the kids' parents and flew boys around the United States, including to various hotels in North Texas and Morris' home in Forney.
Under the guise of taking modeling photos of the boys or filming them for low-budget TV shows — the productions had names like "Scarecrow Boy," "Crime Scene" or "Child Victims Unit" — Morris filmed the boys in provocative poses and, in some cases, performing or receiving sex acts.  
Morris admitted to grooming one child, identified in court documents as John Doe 4, for years and filming multiple pornographic videos with the boy. In a 2013 video, Morris tells John Doe 4 to "take off his clothes and dance," before sexually assaulting him and telling him, "Don't be mad."
That year, the Dallas County Sheriff's Office hired Morris as a detention services officer for Lew Sterrett Jail's West Tower. He maintained that position until his October 2016 arrest by the Kaufman County Sheriff's Office and U.S. Marshals, which followed a yearlong investigation stemming from a tip made by a teenage boy to a sheriff's deputy in Orange County, California.
The boy told authorities that he flew to Dallas in 2012 to meet Morris. Morris picked him up from the airport and took him to a La Quinta Inn in Irving. Morris took pictures of the boy in a Speedo and forced him to expose his genitals, the victim said. The next day, Morris took the boy, then 12, to his house, where he filmed him in a Speedo and covered him in fake blood. Morris touched the boy's penis.
During the investigation, Morris' victim recorded a phone call to Morris, who apologized repeatedly and called the boy, now 16, "sweetheart" and "baby."
When officers arrested Morris at his home, they found hundreds of videos of his 10 known victims, including at least four who have yet to be identified by the FBI, the lead investigative agency in the case. Morris also had numerous additional videos of child pornography in which he did not participate. 

Former Dallas County Jailer Pleads Guilty to Posing as Film Director to Make Child Pornography STEPHEN YOUNG | DECEMBER 13, 2017





As 2017 wheezes to its merciful end and the social media titans reckon with growing backlash, Twitter’s largely forgotten video streaming app Periscope has gained an insidious second life as a hub for seekers of child pornography. Gizmodo’s search of the platform over the course of a single afternoon uncovered dozens of accounts—50 in total—which appeared to be soliciting sexualized images of minors, or in the worst cases, depicting it themselves.
Acquired by Twitter before launch to compete with a similar app named Meerkat, Periscope allows users to broadcast live videos—such as on-the-ground views of newsworthy events—which can then be shared and rewatched at a later date. Seamless integration with Twitter helped it debut in 2015 as one of the top 25 app downloads, according to analytics service App Annie. Though it’s better off than Meerkat, which shuttered late last year, Periscope has plummeted to the 968th most downloaded app as of December 12th.
The presence of bad actors using a derelict platform to traffic in child pornography is almost less surprising than the brazenness of their methods in doing so. 22 of the users spotted by Gizmodo opted for names which did little to hide their intent, with handles like “lovechildrin,” “girlpreteen,” or “addmegroupsCPplease.” (CP—sometimes further obfuscated as “cheese pizza”—is a well-worn shorthand for “child pornography”.) Slightly subtler accounts merely included bios like “Love Little Girls the younger the better” or “j’aime les jeune filles” (which means exactly what you think it does.)
Though Periscope claims to have “zero tolerance for any form of child sexual exploitation,” the images used as avatars by some users tell another story. Of the 50 accounts found by Gizmodo, nine displayed the genitalia of prepubescent girls, and six more depicted sexual penetration featuring what appeared to be minors.
Many users that seem to reference a desire to share or view child pornography use their accounts’ bio section to ask for admission to private groups—a feature on Periscope where, as the name suggests, sets of users can broadcast only to each other—which explains why the profiles of these users, some of which claimed over 4,000 followers, all displayed a broadcast count of zero. The same is true of adult porn streamers who sometimes amass followings in excess of 100,000 despite sexual acts, legal or illegal, being explicitly prohibited by Periscope’s content guidelines, and whose videos are often recorded and reuploaded to forums like Reddit’s r/Open_Boobs. The most upvoted post in that community (which is dedicated to “info/media on Periscope chicks”) is titled “DO NOT FUCKING POST UNDERAGE GIRLS IN HERE.
Though not counted towards broadcast numbers, private videos can be rewatched later in the same way that public videos can be on Periscope, unless they are deleted at some point after the broadcast ends. If deleted, Periscope declined to quantify how long content is stored on Periscope’s servers. (Gizmodo, it should be said, did not join or attempt to join such private groups for obvious legal reasons and can’t state conclusively that pornography featuring minors is being shared within them. We did, however, attempt to contact users among the 50 accounts who provided an email address, though none replied to a request for comment.)
Coexisting on Periscope alongside these users are, worryingly, accounts operated by actual children. Though the platform’s user discovery tools are limited, several of these accounts followed users whose broadcasts featured or consisted solely of innocent broadcasts of young children involved in everyday activities. As Slate reported recently, predators have been known to leverage the app’s live chat functions to encourage underage users to perform sexually exploitative acts like removing their clothing during a broadcast.
Periscope added minimal functionality last year that allows chat comments to be flagged as spam or abuse, but that system relies on other users in the chat to verify a comment is harmful. No option of any kind exists to flag accounts as violating platform guidelines—or US law, for that matter. If such an option existed, it isn’t clear who would even handle the reports. A LinkedIn search for Periscope turned up no employees whose job title reflected user safety or content moderation.
A Twitter spokesperson told Gizmodo that “when a broadcast is reported, it is reviewed by a member of our teams who are available 24/7,” but declined to specify what “teams” existed and how many people comprised them. A Periscope post from late November addressing the sexual exploitation of children on the platform refers only to content moderation by a “committed team,” singular.
Gizmodo alerted Twitter to ongoing issues with child exploitation on Periscope, providing a series of questions as well as a list of accounts seemingly seeking child pornography, all but one of which have since been banned. Their response is reproduced below:
Thanks for reaching out. We recently shared an update on our safety efforts here.
All content on Periscope must follow the community guidelines. Anyone can report a live or replay broadcast; this article has more details on how to report a broadcast. When a broadcast is reported, it is reviewed by a member of our teams who are available 24/7.
We do not have additional numbers to share regarding the app or our team, but happy to help with any other questions you may have.
Real-time communication presents extraordinary challenges for user safety: Attempts by Twitter, Periscope’s parent company, to curb extremism have been underwhelming at best, and chat client Discord had its own child pornography scandal earlier this year. For towering fuckups in live video moderation, look no further than Facebook’s rash of user-generated crime and suicide broadcasts. Simply by design, Periscope has to contend with the worst problems of both chatrooms and live video. With Twitter increasingly investingin its own parallel video product, Periscope may be too expensive to repair, but just unpopular enough to quietly dismantle without embarrassment.


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - Child predators are using new, creative ways to store and transfer child pornography every day, say Tennessee prosecutors.
A Nashville man was arrested and charged for storing child porn onto Dropbox.
According to the affidavit, 20-year-old Carlos Carrillo confessed to police after Dropbox turned him in. The document states Carrillo also confessed to trading hundreds of sexually explicit images of children using the chat app Kik.
He was charged with two felony counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.

Nashville Assistant District Attorney Tammy Meade is prosecuting the case. She says online companies often use algorithms to search for and find illegal material on their servers.
For example, Meade is prosecuting a case where someone used Pinterest to upload child pornography.
“Everyone in America thinks that Pinterest is a safe place to go get home ideas and craft ideas but people are using that now to upload child pornography,” she said. “There’s not any internet site or any app provider that’s safe.”
However, she says many of her cases come from Snapchat.

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“How many teenagers in this city are on Snapchat? That’s an image that pops up, goes away but it can be captured through various ways,” Meade said. “The next thing you know we have child pornography that’s being distributed that started on something that most every teenager has.
She urges parents to talk to their children about how to safely use apps and the internet and to constantly check their phones and computers. You never know who is lurking on the other end.
Carrillo is in jail, being held in lieu of $40,000 bond.
A neighbor who lives across the street says she saw Carrillo being arrested and was shocked by the allegations against him.
“I was like what is going on because it’s not usually an area where we see a lot of police,” said Francheska Seda. “I was very concerned, my neighbor has two daughters.”
Seda says she also plans on policing her children’s phones when they come of age.
“If I have to pay for a phone then my child has to let me see what’s going on on their phone,” she said.

Digital Nightmare: Young Children Sex Groomed Online #WhoIsSam 6 dicembre 2017

LONDON - Punishing web giants for failing to remove child sex abuse and other illegal content should spur firms such as Facebook, Google and Twitter to tackle online exploitation of children more aggressively, anti-trafficking experts said.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's ethics watchdog called on the government to introduce laws shifting the liability for racist, extremist and child sex abuse material onto web firms.
Internet companies who fail to monitor and take down such content should be prosecuted, according to the report by Britain's Committee on Standards in Public Life.
From Britain and the United States to India and the Philippines, a soaring number of children are being abused, trafficked and sold online, often via social media and classified advertising websites, anti-slavery campaigners say.
"Internet service providers, are increasingly finding their ... platforms as vulnerable mediums for exploitation and abuse," David Westlake, head of anti-slavery group International Justice Mission UK, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
During a recent week-long crackdown, British police arrested almost 200 people on suspicion of child sex crimes such as the live streaming of sex abuse, and saved 245 children from harm.
While there is no concrete data on the extent of online child sex abuse in Britain, 1,278 children suspected to have been trafficked were referred to the government last year, up 30 percent on 2015, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA).
"Abuse of children online and offline is a serious crime," said Bharti Patel of anti-child trafficking group ECPAT UK.
"Businesses providing internet platforms have a critical role to play, and should have a statutory duty to ensure children are safe when using their service," she added.
Twitter said in a statement it had cut abusive content and that, each day, it now acted on 10 times the number of abusive accounts compared to this time last year.
YouTube declined to comment, while Facebook did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
"There is a debate to be had about the extent of control companies should exercise over what is posted on their platforms," said Jakub Sobik of Anti-Slavery International.
"(But) they shouldn't just be able to sit back and allow content constituting child sexual abuse on their sites."
In the United States, laws to make it easier to penalize websites that facilitate online sex trafficking are gaining traction after major U.S. web firms dropped their opposition.

Punish web giants that host child sex abuse - UK watchdog Kieran Guilbert, Thomson Reuters Foundation Dec 14 2017

The indian Supreme Court has directed the Centre to have a web portal ready by January 10 next year to enable citizens register complaints on child sexual abuse, child pornography and gang-rape videos.
A Bench of Justices MB Lokur and UU Lalit was apprised by the Centre that a portal has been prepared and it would be ready within a month and standard operating procedures were also being prepared for use of the portal.
However, the Bench said it was “high time” that the Centre gets the portal ready and available to public at large.
“The matter has been pending for quite some time and we find from the affidavit filed by the CBI on October 8, 2015 that steps are being taken to enable complaints being filed through a portal,” the Bench said in its order.
“Therefore, we direct that the Union of India to have the portal ready on or before January 10, 2018. We would like the report to be given on the next date of hearing i.e. January 8 with regard to the progress made,” it said.
The Bench has been holding in-camera hearing on this matter.
The court also noted the submission of the petitioner’s counsel that the portal should be given adequate publicity so that people could make complaints on it.
It also took note of a status report filed by the Centre but said that, “unfortunately, on going through the status report, it is found to be more in the nature of comments rather than a status report”.
“We expect the Union of India to file a proper detailed status report rather than comments on the orders passed by this Court,” the top court said.
The apex court was hearing a letter sent in 2015 to then Chief Justice of India HL Dattu by Hyderabad-based NGO Prajwala, along with two rape videos in a pen-drive.
The top court had on its own taken cognisance of the letter about posting of these videos on WhatsApp and asked CBI to launch a probe to apprehend the culprits.
On September 18, the apex court termed it as “very strange” that internet majors were objecting to making public certain recommendations in a report of a panel set up to explore technical solutions to block videos of sexual offences on social sites.
Earlier, cyber security officials who function under the CBI, had told the Bench that internet was a “wild highway” and blocking objectionable content at the source was a technical challenge for which clear guidelines needed to be issued to stop circulation of such material.
The Centre had informed the court that it would set up a specialised agency to block and curb the sharing of sexual offence videos on social networking platforms.
The NGO’s letter had also mooted the idea of maintaining a national sex offenders’ register which should contain details of persons convicted for offences like eve-teasing, stalking, molestation and other sexual assaults. — 


Make portal for complaints on sexual abuse videos: SC to govt Dec 13, 2017 PTI




MOSCOW, December 15 (RAPSI) – Russia’s Supreme Court has approved a bill on improvement of measures taken to protect children from sexual abuse, including pedophilia, the press-service of the State Duma MP Irina Yarovaya stated.
The bill cancels the statute of limitations for sex crimes against children to enforce inevitability of punishment for the criminals. Also, sexual harassment against minors perpetrated by people living with them as well as by those who use their office position is to be classified as especially grave crimes.
According to the bill, harboring these crimes becomes punishable by law. Distributing pornography among minors or depraving them online are to be considered as aggravating factors. Authors of the bill also propose to allow psychologists to be present during investigative procedures involving children. Sex crimes against minors under age of 12 are to be punished by life sentence.
In August, Anna Kuznetsova, Russia's children's rights commissioner, spoke in favor of establishment of the so-called registry of pedophiles. This list is to include information on all citizens responsible for committing crimes against children’s sexual inviolability. The criminals are to be put under administrative supervision for the rest of their lives. The proposal was supported by Russia’s Interior Ministry.
In April, the Supreme Court proposed to set up administrative supervision over child molesters after their release from prison.
According to the bill prepared by the Court, individuals facing release or already freed from prison would be put under supervision if they have an unexpunged or unspent conviction for committing a crime against minor’s sexual immunity and sexual freedom. Administrative oversight would also apply to those, who suffer from disorder of sexual preference (pedophilia), which does not rule out sanity.
Supervision would be established for individual treatment and protection of state and public interests. A court would therefore impose temporary restrictions of convicts’ rights and freedom as well as entrust with certain responsibilities. Law enforcement officers would be authorized to exercise such supervision.



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