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mercoledì 3 gennaio 2018

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 25


LAKE COUNTY, Fla. - A Boy Scouts leader with a Lake County troop has been arrested on charges of possessing child pornography, a spokesperson for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement announced.

Michael Douglas Hanen, 67, of Umatilla, faces 38 counts of possession of child pornography.
Agents with FLDE began investigating Hanen following a tip and conducted a forensic preview of a digital device and found 38 files of children who appeared to be under the age of 18 in sexual images, investigators said.
According to an arrest report, some of the children in the images were as young as 2 years old.
Hanen was arrested and FDLE Orlando Office Director Danny Banks said investigators moved quickly in the case, just due to its nature.
"When it involves children and their safety, we can't hesitate, we can't wait," Banks said. "We can't not follow through with those tips."
"At the end of every one of those pictures is a child that is a victim," Banks added. "That is our responsibility, to follow up on behalf of that victim and to stop another child from being victimized in the future."
Hanen told investigators that he has been an active Boy Scout den leader for several decades.

Neighbors describe Hanen as a quiet person who didn't interact with many people.


Officials with FLDE said given the nature of Hanen's arrest and access to children, they want anyone with information about him to call 407-245-0888.

Hanen is being held without bail at the Lake County Jail.
A request for comment from the Boy Scouts of America was not immediately returned.


OAKLAND — A registered sex offender with a long history of molesting children has been arrested and charged with possessing more than 100,000 images of child pornography.
Davey Hudson, 55, was arrested Nov. 7 at his Oakland home and charged two days later with multiple counts of possession or control of child pornography and activity involving material depicting sexual conduct by the district attorney’s office.
The Oakland police Vice and Child Exploitation Unit, with the help of the FBI, conducted an investigation that led authorities to Hudson.
A search warrant at his home in Oakland, led to the recovery of more than 100,000 child pornography images from a computer he owned, police said.
According to state records, Hudson lived in the 500 block of Foothill Boulevard in the Eastlake district.
In a statement, police said the department is dedicated to prevention, enforcement, community education and partnerships in such cases and will continue to work with other agencies to combat human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children.
According to state records, Hudson has prior convictions for lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14 and annoying or molesting a child under 18 and has served at least one prison sentence.
The lewd conduct conviction was in 1998 in Contra Costa County and involved an 11-year-old boy whose genitals were fondled, according to state records. Hudson was the boy’s roller-hockey coach, the records say. A search of Hudson’s vehicle at the time found papers downloaded from the internet concerning false child abuse allegations and a list of instructions on what to do if one is accused of child molestation, the records say. He was put on probation after a county jail term.
In 2001 he was convicted in Santa Clara County of two misdemeanor counts of  annoying or molesting a child under 18 — the victims were two young boys who lived next door to him. He took pictures of the boys and put them on his computer, and also placed his hands on the boys’ shoulders while they played video games on the computer, the records say. He was sentenced to prison and eventually paroled in 2005.
According to the records, Hudson unsuccessfully challenged a condition of his parole that restricted his computer and Internet access, and his access to camera equipment.
Hudson, who listed his occupation in jail records as “engineer”, is being held in lieu of $200,000 bail in Santa Rita Jail and is due in court Jan. 31 for a pre-trial hearing.


Philadelphia police have bused a Child Protection Agency whose employees were caught operating a pedophile ring. 
The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office in New Jersey has charged 55-year-old Charles Borrelli, a senior employee of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, with third-degree possession of child pornography.
Thegoldwater.com reports: According to investigators, the Camden County High-Tech Crimes Unit, conducted a full and detailed search of Borrelli’s home on Rollingwood Drive after they’d received a tip from The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Investigators say that during the search they seized multiple digital devices from his residence that all were found to contain child pornography, in which led to Borrelli being arrested at his home without incident.
Borrelli is the also owner of the company Dynamic Sights, an IT consulting firm that has been around since 1994, according to a bio on the company’s now deleted website.
Various services were offered by Dynamic Sights that included web design, IT project management, as well as drone and event photography.
For the past 15 years however, Borrelli worked directly with Department of Human Services, in which is responsible for the wellbeing of thousands of at-risk children in and around the Philadelphia area, although now it seems he was doing so because he is a pedophile.
He also worked as part of a team that built and maintained the IT infrastructure at DHS, including what’s now their current case-management system, that allows caseworkers to track children and their families; and apparently, pedophiles who work inside the DHS also use it for following children.
According to two DHS sources from within the organization, Borrelli had unfettered access to the databases that include personal information about the children under DHS care, without supervision.
This is incredibly worrysome that a pedophile could have been monitoring or even worse stalking these children.
Borelli has not been charged with directly harming or exploiting children as of yet, and authorities have not alleged that he made any improper use of the database information, but sources from inside the DHS have expressed their concerns.
DHS spokesperson Alicia Taylor says that all DHS contractors who work directly with children undergo clearances in accordance with Pennsylvania’s Child Protective Services Law, but that contractors who do not work with children are not subject to the same requirements.
I hate to tell Miss Taylor, but clearly this pedophile was employed with then for fifteen years and their failures to recognize such have not only made their organization a fraud but I would suggest that there are likely even more who have slipped through the cracks.
It’s a pedophile’s dream to work with kids like this, and Borrelli successfully achieved the potential to have tens of thousands of children at his fingertips.
Alicia Taylor still insists that Borrelli did not have direct contact with children as part of his IT contract with them, but that’s a moronic statement because he had access to their information and could have been preying upon them.
The agency’s 2013 annual report includes a photo credited to a “Charles Borrelli” that was taken of a child at a DHS event.
“DHS was surprised and horrified to learn of the charges against Mr. Borrelli,” says Taylor. “DHS learned of his arrest on December 11th from an online news article and promptly contacted law enforcement. We are currently cooperating fully with authorities.”
Borrelli was since been released from jail pending trial, which only further shows the incompetence of the Judicial system.
Pedophiles should not have a bond, period.
Despite the charges Borrelli did not return a call from Philly Mag, who reached out for any potential comment.



Mark Aune, former athletic director and girls basketball coach at Academy of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau, has been arrested on a number of sex counts involving child pornography and solicitation, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry announced.
Aune, 51 of Opelousas, was booked into the St. Landry Parish jail on counts of attempted production of sexual abuse images/videos of children, indecent behavior with a juvenile, and computer-aided solicitation of a minor, Landry said in a news release.
The school released the following statement about the arrest:
"Schools of the Sacred Heart, Grand Coteau was surprised to learn of the recent arrest of one of its employees. The school had no knowledge of the alleged conduct giving rise to the arrest and charges and, thankfully, has no information that any of our students were involved. Under the circumstances, the employee will have no association with our school moving forward. We are not at liberty to discuss any further details relating to this matter and defer any further inquiries to the applicable law enforcement agencies."
The investigation was initiated in Texas, where the Texas Department of Public Safety has requested assistance from special agents with the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation Cyber Crime Unit, Landry said.
Also involved in the investigation were Homeland Security Investigations and the St. Landry Sheriff’s Office, Landry said.
Anyone with additional information or concerns regarding Aune can call the Attorney General’s Cyber Crime Unit at 800-256-4506. Callers do not have to give their names.

A man has been charged with more than 300 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after he was found in possession of thousands of images of child pornography, Memphis police said.
Gary Coy Roberts, 59, was arrested by the Memphis Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children task force, the department wrote in a statement on Facebook
Officers conducted a search warrant and found over 3,700 images and 350 videos of child pornography, according to police. 
In addition to the 300 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, he faces charges including aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor and especially aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.
The statement doesn't say if Roberts is accused of creating the images and videos himself or obtaining them in other ways. 



SYLVANIA, Ohio (WTVG) - Federal investigators have charged a Sylvania man after they say they found more than 27,000 disturbing pornographic images involving children, including infants, and sometimes rape, and more than 1,300 videos.
Mark Koltz, 26, was arrested at his home after police executed a search warrant at the property.
According to the affidavit filed in federal court, Sylvania police were conducting an online internet investigation to identify those viewing and sharing child pornography.
Koltz first appeared on their radar in March and in September after some surveillance, federal agents and Sylvania PD executed a search warrant at the Koltz home.
The court document states that Koltz was home at the time and agreed to talk to police. He admitted to having the videos and images and said he "was addicted to it." He also told investigators he had been downloading images since high school and focused on girls under 10 years old.
The 26-year-old maintained he had never touched a child inappropriately.
Koltz has been released from jail after posting $120,000 bond.

Sylvania man charged with possession of child pornography Amy Montgomery Dec 22, 2017


A self-employed businessman from Lydiate whose premises were raided by police admitted to having sickening child porn images on his computer equipment.

57-year-old Mark O’Connor, who had been using internet search terms including ‘pre-teen hard core”, said to the officers, “I hold my hands up, it’s me.”

Liverpool Crown Court heard that when his two computers and two USB sticks, onto which he had transferred some of the indecent images, were forensically analysed a total of 252 images in all three categories of seriousness were found.

Iain Criddle, prosecuting, said that 29 were in the most serious category and they included 17 videos and involved children as young as three years old. O’Connor was also found to have two extreme porn images.

Police went to his business premises in Heysham Road, Bootle on June 23 after receiving technical information about indecent images and he admitted they would find such material.

It was found he had been using peer-to-peer software to facilitate his searches and although he had deleted the images on the USB sticks the experts were able to trace them.

Sentencing O’Connor, Judge Anil Murray pointed out, “These were real children, real victims of sexual abuse you were watching.”

He told him “You say you are ashamed at your behaviour and so you should be.”

The judge said he would have imposed a suspended prison sentence but the longest period he could suspend it for was two years which was not long enough for the probation service to work on his rehabilitation.

He imposed a three year community sentence and ordered him to carry out 150 hours unpaid work and 60 days rehabilitation activities. He also ordered him to sign the Sex Offenders Register for five years and imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for the same length of time.

The judge warned O’Connor that if he breached any of the orders he would be brought back before him and “I will lock you up.”

O’Connor, of Virginia Grove, Lydiate, had pleaded guilty to five offences involving making indecent images of children, possessing them and possessing two extreme porn images.

Michael O’Brien, defending, had told the court that O’Connor, who has no previous convictions, had been depressed following the death of his dad. Since his arrest he has voluntarily sought psychotherapy and also sought assistance from the Lucy Faithfull Foundation.

“He cannot really understand his behaviour….it was almost a different person accessing those images. He is thoroughly ashamed and embarrassed.”

Mr O’Brien said that the defendant had produced testimonials from people including a senior nurse and a retired police officer and everyone had been shocked at his behaviour.



A pervert from Derby who sent a disgusting child abuse image to other people on WhatsApp has been jailed for 18 months.
Nadeem Abis distributed an image of an underage girl performing a sex act on a boy aged between six and eight to 12 people in his mobile phone contacts book.
The 36-year-old, of Becher Street, Normanton, was also found to have more vile images and movies involving children as young as five on his phone.
And Derby Crown Court was also told how he broke a previous sex offender order because he was found to be living with two girls aged under 18.
Jailing him, Judge Jonathan Bennett said: “You have been described by the probation service as someone who poses a high risk of sexual harm to children.
These images and movies are of real children who have been abused and that is why Parliament takes it as seriously as they do.
“It is not just a fantasy, these images are created to satisfy people such as you.”
Sarah Slater, prosecuting, said police made an “unannounced” visit to Abis’ home on July 8.
They seized his phone and on examination discovered 21 child abuse images and film, 15 of which were the most serious category A.
They also discovered he had distributed one of the most serious to a dozen people in his contact book through the messaging site WhatsApp.
Miss Slater said: “There were images of boys and girls aged from five to teens and the image distributed was of a girl aged 12 to 14 performing a sex act on a boy aged six to eight.

“Internet sites that the police found the defendant had visited included ones with titles such as ‘family porn’ and ‘tiny teens’ but officers cannot tell if he actively searched for them.”
Miss Slater said Abis had been given a sex offender notification in July 2015 after being convicted of indecent exposure.
Under its terms he must tell the police if he is living in the same property as anyone aged under 18.
But he failed to inform them two girls aged 15 and 16 were at the same property where he was residing.
Miss Slater said following his arrest, Abis made “full admissions” to his offending.
He pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children, distribution of an indecent images and possessing extreme pornographic images.
He also admitted failing to comply with the terms of the sex offender’s register.

Stephen Cooper, for Abis, said his client was aged 36 but “much younger in truth”.
He said: “From the outset can I impose on you it is quite obvious that he has low IQ and low intellect, less than a 16-year-old.
“With regard to the images, there are much less than other cases that come before the court, such as hundreds or thousands.
“There are only 21 images and he is adamant they were sent to him by others and that this is not a case where he actively searched for them.”
An NSPCC spokesman said: “Each of the horrific images that Abis downloaded or distributed is a crime scene, with children being subjected to the most appalling abuse.
With every click on this sickening material, Abis helped sustain this evil industry and increased the demand for more innocent children to be abused.
The NSPCC is calling on tech companies, government and law enforcement agencies to ensure child abuse images and videos are quickly removed when they appear online – and that they can't be published in the first instance.
Anyone concerned about a child can contact the NSPCC Helpline, 24/7 and in confidence, on 0808 800 5000, while Childline is there for young people on 0800 1111.
Shawn Costales, 50, of West College Street in Murfreesboro was charged with two counts of sexual exploitation of a minor over 100 times. His original bond was set at $500,000.
He pleaded guilty to the first count on Dec. 21 and was sentenced to eight years in prison. The second count was dismissed as part of the plea.
In July 2016, Murfreesboro police obtained Costales’ phone and a warrant to search it, reports from the time show.
Hundreds of images of child pornography, from toddler to pre-teen, were immediately found,” MPD Detective Tommy Roberts said in an arrest report from 2016.
Costales was asked to come to the station for questioning, but he refused. Police discovered him “packing his car to move,” reports show.
Costales was picked up in Ladson, S.C., and transported back to Murfreesboro with assistance from the TBI, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office in South Carolina.
The charge is a class B felony. Costales’ name will be added to the sex offender registry. He is not eligible for a mitigated sentence or early release.

A married dad who had a picture of a baby being raped among a stash of indecent images has been jailed for a year after a judge branded it "the most appalling and depraved abuse of young children". 

David Jarrard, 49, of Littlefell Lane, Quernmore, Lancaster had denied the offences but was found guilty after a trial at Preston Crown Court. 

The Honorary Recorder of Preston, Judge Mark Brown, told him: " What makes these cases so serious is, but for this kind of market in indecent images, it may be that such awful abuse would not take place." 

The jurors who convicted him were able to watch the sentencing. 

During the case horrific details were given of some of the sickening images found in his possession including one involving a toddler and a dog

The judge accepted he was of previous good character, and married with a responsible job. 

But he added: "At the same time you don't have the mitigation of a guilty plea. Such mitigation can often show an insight into offending behaviour. 

"From start to finish you have denied possessing these images and I am satisfied you have no insight or appreciation of the sort of dreadful and shocking abuse that these children must have endured. Rather, you viewed these images for your own sexual gratification

"I have no hesitation in coming to the conclusion there has to be an immediate prison sentence.

The offences date back as far as 2013. He was found guilty of making and possessing indecent images of children and possessing an extreme image involving an animal.


AN UNEMPLOYED Southampton man with “too much time to himself” downloaded 1,000 child abuse images for his “own sexual satisfaction”.
But first time offender Christopher Girdlestone was spared prison by a judge, who urged him to get help for his “clear attraction to young children”.
During a hearing at Southampton Crown Court, Judge Peter Henry was told how the 27-year-old downloaded 1,000 images between May and March last year.
These included over 600 category C images, as well as a combination of 67 still and moving category A images.
According to prosecutor Sarah Jones, Girdlestone was searching for ‘prohibited images’ – a type of drawn images depicting children involved in sexual acts.
She said this proved he had not mistakenly downloaded the real-life child abuse images, which he later deleted.
Mitigating, Robert Bryan said his client was living at home with his mother and had “too much time on his own”.
He added: “The phrase often used for this is that he needs to get out more.”
Judge Henry said: “I’m very satisfied that your client (Girdlestone) might well have a sexual attraction to children.
“That’s my opinion and it’s an opinion I share because of the search terms he used.”
Sentencing, Judge Henry handed down a 10-month sentence, suspended for two years, and urged Girdlestone to get help.
He said: “Having looked at a description of the images they are quite repulsive images of young children being abused in the most appalling way.
“You are a young man who is no real direction in life at the moment.
“You spend far too much time at home and you live with your mum which had led you to wallow in this appalling state.”
He added: “With all the circumstances I have to pass a custodial sentence, but on this occasion I’m prepared to suspend it.”
Girdlestone, who originally pleaded not guilty to possessing the images before changing his plea, was ordered to pay £1,500 in court costs.
Girdlestone, of Avon Road, Southampton, was also told to do 120 hours of unpaid work, 60 hours of rehabilitation treatment and sign the sex offenders register for 10 years.


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Paedophiles are using YouTube to showcase indecent images of children to other predators, according to an investigation by The Times.
The newspaper found one channel which had posted several short videos showing alarming footage of children dancing and licking their lips. One video reportedly showed a child aged around ten years old saying: "Hey guys, I got new underwear."
The Times found that the videos advertised the predator's email address. When contacted, the person boasted of having 315GB of images of "naked" children.
Another reported abuser called himself Horny Pastor on YouTube had already been flagged to US and Canadian child abuse authorities, but still had a YouTube channel. He had posted five videos including one apparently showing a 12-year-old girl twerking. The user also put a link to the encrypted chat app Telegram to swap explicit content.
Legal experts, researchers, and politicians criticised YouTube's parent Google after the findings.
Yvette Cooper, the Labour MP currently chairing the Home Affairs Select Committee, told The Times: "I find it beyond belief that this disgusting and illegal material is still being posted on YouTube. It calls into question Google’s fitness for purpose and capability to keep its platform free from illegal material." Cooper has written to Google for an explanation. 
Only last week, Cooper tore into Google, Facebook, and Twitter for effectively "grooming" users by suggesting unsuitable content. "Your algorithms are doing that grooming and radicalising," she told executives from the three firms.
The Times found that Google had actually recommended the paedophiles' channels in its "recommended channels" section, and displayed one channel as a "related link." This, according to one lawyer, is potentially illegal because YouTube is helping abusers find illegal content.

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A spokesman for YouTube told The Times: "Content that endangers children is abhorrent and we never want it on YouTube. We have clear policies against videos which endanger children and we enforce them aggressively."

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