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giovedì 2 marzo 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 3

Honesty has been Michael Wilson’s personal policy since police found pornographic images, including child pornography, on his computer last February.

Since then, he says he has not hesitated in telling the truth to his family, friends or anyone else who enters his home – that he has a 35-year-long addiction to pornography.
The theme of openness and honesty continued Wednesday as a judge sentenced him to prison on four counts of possession of child pornography in the Williamsburg-James City County Circuit Court.
“I said I would be honest about my addiction, honest about what happened, and honest about what got me there,” Wilson, 47, told the court.
“This felony conviction – it’s a bit of a blessing in a way. If I had a choice to go back before this [case], but had to go back to the way I was, I wouldn’t do it,” he said.
With nearly a dozen of Wilson’s friends and family occupying the courtroom, Judge Michael McGinty sentenced Wilson to 20 years in prison, with all but three years and six months suspended. 
Wilson, a former William & Mary research assistant in the Center for Conservation Biology, pleaded guilty to four counts of possession of child pornography Nov. 2. Wilson was put on administrative leave from his job with William & Mary after he was charged Feb. 19, and was later terminated.
Wilson appeared in court Wednesday wearing a light blue sweater and an ankle bracelet – evidence of his in-home incarceration – and embraced his wife for several minutes during a court recess.
Testimony from defense witnesses centered around Wilson’s decades-long struggle with pornography addiction and the steps he has taken for treatment and medication.
When asked by defense attorney Jason Anthony how he felt being in court Wednesday, he said he felt “shameful.”
While McGinty took all factors into consideration when deciding Wilson’s sentence, he said the most important factor was the crime itself, which he described as “not a victimless crime in any way.”
Wilson’s sentence will also include 20 years of supervised probation following his release from prison, all psychosexual evaluations ordered by probation and registration as a sex offender.
Following the sentencing, Wilson’s loved ones gathered tearfully in the hallway outside the courtroom.
Clicking through without control 
Despite psychiatrist James Sellman’s testimony that Wilson is “definitely not” a pedophile, prosecutor Cathy Black said the children involved in child pornography are abused “because of people like him.”
“We are not here because he was looking at general pornography,” Black said. “He was looking at child pornography … downloading it and putting it on a thumb drive to bring to his work computer.”
Sellman, who has seen Wilson as a patient since July 2016 and has 43 years of practice experience, said Wilson’s social and interpersonal behavior became “isolative” as his pornography addiction intensified – the opposite of a typical pedophile’s behavior.
“His addiction to pornography has been almost entirely exclusively adult porn,” Sellman said.
Wilson described his addiction as clicking through images, links and web pages on the internet without control.
Wilson told the court he is a heterosexual man, but admitted he had seen “hundreds of thousands” of images of pornography involving two men, transgender individuals and multiple partners despite having no sexual interest.
The psychology of addiction
In court, Sellman described the changes in brain chemistry that occurs in pornography addicts, including a desensitization to stimuli and abnormal levels of dopamine in the brain.
The addiction accelerates dopamine levels in the brain, creating a response for seeking and searching “to the point it’s like a monster has taken over your body,” Sellman said.
Wilson told the court he has viewed “millions” of pornographic images over the span of his addiction.
You’d just be clicking and clicking and clicking,” Wilson said. “People think it’s watching one video for an hour, but that’s not what it really is. It’s the number of places you go in an hour.”
You have virtually no control in this addiction,” Sellman said. “You use in spite of the consequences, and without treatment, it’s an uncontrollable disorder.”
When Black asked whether an addict’s brain can ever fully revert to its original state, Sellman said there is “some restoration eventually,” but added that medication and therapy can help return the brain to a more normal state.
Wilson previously attended group therapy in Florida for sex addiction, but Sellman said pornography addiction differs from sex addiction.
Since Sellman first started seeing Wilson in July, they have worked to develop a treatment plan. Developing the plan has involved Wilson, his wife, and his family, he said. The plan includes treatment and medication regimens that replicate larger pornography addiction treatment programs, as well as a computer-free household.
A personal sentencing
Although the sentencing focused around Wilson, his mental health and personal history, his defense attorney, Anthony, also revealed some personal details about himself during Wilson’s testimony and the defense’s closing statement.
“I’ve told my family members many times that you’re the best attorney I’ve ever had because you have a connection to addiction yourself,” Wilson told Anthony while he testified.
Anthony used his own personal struggle with alcoholism as a platform in his closing statement to describe the gravity of Wilson’s addiction.
Anthony admitted to the court that even he did not understand Wilson’s addiction for the first six months he represented him.
“What I was shocked by was my lack of empathy toward Mike, despite the fact I’m an alcoholic,” Anthony said. “I’m ashamed to admit I didn’t even get Mike until halfway through this case.”
Since he has represented Wilson, however, he has begun to understand the nature of the addiction, as well as Wilson’s family.
“This is a terrible crime. I don’t have to look at Mike to know he knows that. I don’t have to look behind me to know Mike’s mother is crying,” Anthony told the judge.
In her closing statement, Black argued Wilson had a choice in what he viewed, and he made a choice that objectified children.
Anthony told the court he agreed with Black’s statement, saying the images perpetuate an industry “that deals with unimaginable objectification of children.”
Anthony said he also did many things he was morally opposed to while he was drinking, adding that he believes the world is a better place with “Mike in it, not incarcerated.”
“Michael Wilson is an extraordinary man that did a very bad thing,” Anthony finished.

Felony conviction ‘blessing in a way’ for man addicted to pornography Sarah Fearing on   

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- An Elbridge man convicted of downloading child pornography on his home computer will be allowed to keep his nursing license even though the state Education Department said it should be revoked because of his "egregious" misconduct.
The state Board of Regents, which oversees the Education Department, voted to indefinitely suspend the nursing license of Dennis A. VanZandt for no less than 30 days until he is deemed fit to return to practice.
VanZandt, 49, a licensed practical nurse, was charged with possessing child pornography in 2013 after members of the state police, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Secret Service executed a search warrant at his home. VanZandt had the pornography on his personal computer.
He pleaded guilty in 2014 to one count of possessing a sexual performance by a child, a class E felony. He was sentenced to 10 years of probation and 24 weekends in jail.
The state Education Department automatically charges nurses and other licensed health professionals with professional misconduct if they are convicted of crimes.
Board of Regents documents show the Education Department's Office of Professional Discipline argued at a hearing that VanZandt's behavior was so bad and his risk of recidivism so great he should not be allowed to remain a licensed nurse, even if not working around children.
At the hearing a therapist testified VanZandt's child pornography addiction cannot be cured, but only "contained" to the point where he no longer poses a threat to society.
VanZandt and his attorney testified that he has made significant progress in overcoming his addiction through psychiatric therapy. Evidence also was introduced at the hearing showing VanZandt's on-the-job performance as a nurse was excellent.
It is unknown where VanZandt worked as a nurse because the state Education Department redacted  his employer's name from a Board of Regents review committee report.
That review committee said that while it took "an extremely serious view" of the misconduct, VanZandt's license should not be revoked because of his efforts to rehabilitate himself and his low risk of recidivism.
As part of its disciplinary action, the board said VanZandt cannot return to work until a psychiatric specialist determines he is fit to practice. If and when he returns to practice, VanZandt will be put on probation for three years.
It often takes New York years to discipline nurses charged with professional misconduct.
New York is one of a minority of states in the country that does not perform background checks on its nurses. Instead, it relies on nurses to self-report any criminal history on their license applications, and then update this information to the department once every three years.

NY lets child porn convict keep nursing license James T. Mulder March 02, 2017

WORRIED people from Worcestershire have sought a charity's help to tackle their addiction to child porn.
Figures show 171 people from Worcestershire sought a charity’s help to stop online viewing of indecent images of children last year.
The majority of these people (89) were from Worcester, 25 were from Redditch and 57 from other parts of the county.
The figures cover the period from January 1 to December 31 last year.
They visited the 'Stop it Now! Get Help' website, run by charity the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, in the last 12 months to access help to stop either their own viewing of online sexual images of children, or that of a loved one.
The figures also reveal that 16 men from Worcestershire called the confidential Stop it Now! helpline over the same period to get help – with nine of those calls from people concerned about someone else's online behaviour.
Chris Singer, assistant chief constable protective services for West Mercia and Warwickshire Police, said: “Changing offending behaviour is a critical part of efforts to reduce the sexual exploitation of children, and Stop It Now has proved to be a very effective tool to help offenders and potential offenders step away from the path they are on, and gain access to the help that they need to address their behaviours.
"The fact that other people can also use the service where they have concerns is also critically important, helping to create an environment where the safety of children is the primary concern, and where those who are having inappropriate thoughts about sexual behaviour with children can be afforded the opportunity to change.
"We welcome this work, which can help to change lives for the better and crucially, keep children safe.”
The 16 calls to the Stop it Now! Helpline from Worcestershire in 2016 make up one per cent of the 1,504 calls received from across the UK in the period.
Across the West Midlands, 115 calls were made to the helpline during 2016 – an increase of 35 per cent over the 85 calls made the previous year.
A further 62 adults from the West Midlands rang over the same period to express their concerns about the online behaviour of another adult. These calls are typically from wives or parents.
Police say online viewing and sharing of indecent images of children is on the rise in the UK.
In 2013 the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) estimated that as many as 50,000 individuals in the UK were involved in downloading or sharing sexual images of children.
But in a BBC TV interview in October 2016, National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) lead for child protection, Chief Constable Simon Bailey, said that at least 100,000 people in the UK were now regularly viewing online sexual images of children.
The Stop it Now! website can be accessed at get-help.stopitnow.org.uk. It offers self-help tools and resources to help users address their behaviour, as well as information and support to partners and friends of people arrested for, or suspected of, accessing online child abuse images.

Worried Worcester folk seek help on 'Stop it Now! Get Help' website after viewing indecent images Feb 28 2017

A former IU administrator who pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography received a two-and-a-half year sentence Monday but will likely face no jail time.
Jon Riveire, who worked in the Office of Student Ethics from 2011 to 2015, will be eligible for home detention for the first year of the sentence and will then be on supervised probation.
Riveire was arrested in May 2015 after a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children led to police finding more than 30 images of child pornography on his computer. He was fired immediately.
He was charged with six counts of possessing child pornography and pleaded guilty in November to one of those counts. The state, believing one charge would be sufficient, dropped the rest.
During Monday’s sentencing, Riveire, speaking often of his family, testified.
“I have put them through a version of hell,” he said.
He focused on his two young children, whose lives he said will never be as good as they could have been had he not committed the crime.
He choked up as he told Judge Marc Kellams about how his children are too young to understand what is happening, but that he knows he will someday have to tell them about his pornography 
addiction.
“I’m dreading the school assignment that says, ‘Google your parents and write a research paper on your parents,’” he said.
He and his wife are in the process of divorcing, and he is moving out of their home in advance of his name being placed on the sex offender registry, he said.
“Speaking as a parent, would I want my children to go to someone’s house to play where there may or may not be a sex offender in the home?” he said. “I would be concerned about that. I think any parent would.”
He still has rights to unsupervised visitation of his children, though a precautionary “safety plan” from the Department of Child Services orders he not be around them while they’re naked, he said.
Kellams noted a recent psychosexual evaluation affirmed Riveire’s assertion he is “owning” his guilt, and while all child pornography offenders are by default labeled with a high risk of reoffending, the actual evaluation put Riveire at a relatively low risk of 
reoffending.
Riveire told Kellams he has been attending counseling sessions for three weeks, and his counselor believes he’ll require one and a half to two years of treatment to rehabilitate his pornography addiction.
When attorney Joshua Radicke, representing the state, pressed Riveire on his rehabilitation and his “owning” of the charges, Riveire stopped short of admitting to being aroused by the images of children.
“I understand the charges in the sense that I understand why I’m being charged and being held responsible,” he said. “I do not find sexual gratification from looking at children.”
Still, Kellams commended Riveire’s commitment to his family and the support he has received from friends and family, some of whom had previously appeared on his behalf. In his estimation, Riveire appeared to be “a nice man” who made a mistake, 
Kellams said.
“What I see here is a human being who’s failed,” he said, speaking directly to Riveire, who sniffled and nodded along. “And you’re a perfect example of the scourge of pornography on our country.”
He went on to call pornography addiction an “insidious disease” and told Riveire he’d have to surrender fully to treatment, rather than just comply, to be rehabilitated.
“There are a lot of people in your position who will deny everything and say they don’t have a problem and almost believe it,” he said.
Though the guilty plea on this charge would generally warrant a sentence of less than a year, Kellams said he wanted Riveire to be on probation until he could complete counseling. Kellams handed down the longer sentence.
Riveire continued to nod as Kellams read the sentence’s stipulations, including registering as a sex offender. When he reached an order prohibiting contact with minors under the age of 16, Kellams said Riveire’s children would be excluded from that order, and for a moment, Riveire put his head in his hands.
“Jon, you’ve got a lot of work ahead of you,” Kellams said at the end of the sentencing. “I hope you can get on with your life.”

Former IU administrator sentenced on child pornography charge Jack Evans 02/27/17

It’s no secret that young people are increasingly turning to internet porn to satisfy their curiosity about sex.
A recent study showed 10% of 12 to 13-year-old children in Scotland are worried that they are addicted to pornography online.
Yet most parents and teachers are scared to talk about what’s seen as a taboo or difficult subject.
Mary Sharpe, a lawyer from Edinburgh, is on the case.
In 2014, Mary set up Scottish charity the Reward Foundation to give young people, parents and professionals easy-to-access information about sex and the harmful effects of internet porn, from depression to impotence.
The charity has already delivered porn awareness talks to hundreds in high schools and plans to move into primary schools to work with pupils from age 10.
Mary, CEO of the foundation said, “It’s a massive problem yet most young people are not aware of the risks. Teens are at their peak of dopamine production and neuroplasticity so they are especially vulnerable to addiction. We give them a safe space to talk about porn.”
Through workshops and guides on their website, the charity also gives advice on health and relationships as well as practical guides to the laws around consent, sexting, revenge porn and webcam sex.
Their free resources include stress reduction guides, a three-step plan to help young people quit porn and a 24 screen-fast programme.
In early 2017, the foundation secured funding to develop a website with young people as well as books for boys and girls on sex and relationships.
Before setting up the Edinburgh-based charity Mary, 57, was a solicitor and advocate in Scotland. After post graduate work with the University of Cambridge, she worked with Nato on research into suicide bombers.
Shewas drawn into research on porn addiction after working with Gary Wilson of the viral TEDx talk The Great Porn Experiment.
“As a lawyer, I saw how addictions ruined families. Internet porn is ruining the lives of young people and their relationships. We need to act now.”
The Reward Foundation doesn’t campaign against porn, she stresses. “We want to educate young people and professionals and to promote recovery; it’s about building resilience and helping young people feel in control.”
Is watching porn online today so different to previous generations who stashed well-thumbed copies of Playboy under the bed?
Mary thinks it is. Last year, the foundation published a paper with US Navy doctors that proposed internet porn use could create sexual difficulties even in healthy viewers.
Too much solo screen time can have devastating effects on physical and mental health. For most, says Mary, it becomes compulsive and can spiral out of control.
“With constant novelty just one click away, obsessively looking for that next dopamine hit quickly turns to addiction. Ever more extreme images are needed to get aroused. After binging on porn, real life partners don’t cut it. It creates changes in the brain.”
Mary is in no doubt that internet porn addiction is in part fuelling the rise in sexual assaults, revenge porn and child on child sex abuse.
The risk of escalation is the biggest danger. Once addicted, more extreme material is needed to get the same hit from rape to torture porn, gang bangs or child porn.”
A distorted view of sex goes to the heart of the problem, says Mary. “Abuse and violence are confused as sex. Porn influences the perceptions of what is appropriate or ‘normal’ sexual behaviour. We focus on what respect looks like and why it’s important in relationships.”
Sex crime is at a historic high in Scotland, accounting for 80% of the case load in the High Court. There is significant evidence of sexual and other violence becoming more prevalent in young people’s relationships.
Studies also suggest around 12% of young people have taken part in or shot a sexually explicit video. “We hear from girls that feel coerced into acting out behaviour they see in porn and sharing explicit images of themselves. The images are shared online and it has a domino effect.”
Young people calling helplines or posting on forums report symptoms ranging from anxiety and depression to thoughts of suicide.
So what else can be done to tackle what the foundation and other leading charities are calling a major public health issue?
In a bid to restrict illegal access to porn, the Digital Economy Bill 2016-17 currently before the House of Lords will require users to provide ID.
“The new bill could introduce a requirement to verify legal age of 18 but in the face of a massive industry we have to be realistic about what limits to access can do. Instead, we focus on reducing the demand through education,” says Mary.
Getting the subject into sex education is not straightforward. In a recent survey, the Scottish Secondary Teachers Association said teachers fear “mishandling” the situation.
Mary says: “Officials are nervous about upsetting faith based voters or sexual minorities. It’s on the backs of teachers, in a curriculum ill-equipped to deal with it and already overloaded. Schools desperately need more training and investment.”
She believes robust evidence is the only approach. “We base the education on science. There’s growing research into how porn addiction affects the brain and reward circuit.
“We also make it practical. We look at how real sex is different to porn. That will help prevent addiction and promote recovery. It takes longer – but young people brains can recover.”
After delivering talks in private schools in Edinburgh and Stirling last year, the charity is booked to do sessions with schools in deprived areas of Edinburgh in 2017 and has started developing lesson plans that could be rolled out as part of the curriculum.
Developing education for parents is the next step. Mary says: “Parents are scared to go there. Some refuse to talk about it. We want to encourage them to supervise access, put boundaries in place and to talk openly. We are facing this huge societal change. It’s going to take more than a couple of filters to tackle that.”
For more information on the Reward Foundation, go here

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