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mercoledì 29 marzo 2017

Porn Addicted Rapists 39

High risk sex offender Christopher Neil, known as ‘swirlface’, plans to reside in the City of Vancouver.
Neil served time in Thailand several years ago for a string of sexual offenses against children.
He was arrested when he flew back to Canada in 2012 and Vancouver police later announced 10 fresh charges against him.
Six involved sexual touching and producing child porn in Cambodia.
The others related to accessing and possessing child porn here in the Lower Mainland.
He became known as ‘Swirl Face’ because police had come across pictures of child abuse in the initial overseas investigation, but the man’s face was obscured by a swirl.
The 42-year-old is 5’10”, weighs 190 pounds, and is described as Caucasian with balding brown hair and blue eyes.
Officials say he has a pattern of sexual offending against both pre- and early pubescent boys.
Neil is subject to 18 court-ordered conditions, including a ban on contact with anyone under the age of 16, not engaging in any activity that would bring him in contact with someone under 16 – including through a computer, and staying away from schools, playgrounds, pools, and parks.

B.C. pedophile known as ‘Swirl Face’ to live in Vancouver Jon Meyer March 26, 2017

(KUTV) A Davis County relative and girlfriend tried to cover up a man's child porn addiction from law enforcement, according to court records.
However, police eventually arrested and prosecutors charged him with possessing more than 100 images of child pornography after another relative turned him in, according to court records.
Scott McNiven Wilson, 39, was charged on March 7 in 2nd District Court in Farmington with eight counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, a second-degree felony.
Wilson’s live-in girlfriend told a relative of Wilson that her boyfriend was “addicted to child pornography,” and that she was hiding disks that contained child porn from her boyfriend, according to court records.
In an email exchange, the relative directed the girlfriend to destroy any evidence of child porn in their home, court records state.
"I want you to do this today," the relative wrote in the email included in court records.
He said a psychologist who was his friend gave him the advice and also said not to report the child pornography addiction to any counselors, because those counselors would be required to report Wilson to authorities, court records state. He encouraged the girlfriend to continue working with Wilson in a 12-step addiction program instead.
"We are totally supportive of what you are doing," he wrote at the end of the email.
Farmington Police Chief Wayne Hansen told KUTV in a phone interview that the alleged direction from a psychologist, a relative and the girlfriend were "very troubling."
"If you know something like that about somebody and try to hide it, to me that's troubling behavior," Hansen said.
Currently, the relative and girlfriend have not been accused of any crime, however, Hansen said the investigation is not yet over.
The girlfriend replied in an email to the relative that she was getting rid of the evidence.
“I am right now currently working on destroying/deleting what I do have in my Possession,” stated an email from the girlfriend to the father, according to court records. “As far as I know Scott is probably doing the same. I appreciate you sharing some good advice from your psychologist friend, your (sic) very thoughtful.”
Some time later, another relative somehow obtained the emails that detailed what the girlfriend planned to do and forwarded them onto authorities on Feb. 17.
On Feb. 22, police served a search warrant at Wilson’s Farmington home after he was pulled over and stopped for driving on a suspended license, according to court records. Police found more than 100 child pornography photos on Wilson’s cell phone and other devices that belonged to him, the documents state. A number of laptops, cell phones, tablets, flash drives, a few dozen hard drives, glass pipes, needles, a plastic container of heroin, unidentified prescription pills, and about four ounces of meth, were all seized as part of the search warrant, court records state.
The girlfriend said she started seeing child pornography on Wilson’s computer in April 2016. She estimated that there were possibly thousands of images on Wilson’s computer, the search warrant states.


This is the face of a paedophile who claimed his sick stash of child abuse images were part of his own “investigation.”
Married dad-of-two Iain Harrison, 58, was busted by an undercover National Crime Agency (NCA) officer posing as a 13-year-old girl on the social media app Kik Messenger.
Harrison, of Norris Road in Prescot , began a sexually explicit conversation with the fake profile and was later found to possess pictures and videos of “very young” children being raped and abused.

However Harrison claimed the images were part of his own personal investigation and had even reported some child abuse images to police.
He was jailed for nine months at Liverpool Crown Court this week after admitting three counts of making (downloading) indecent images of children, two counts of distributing an indecent video and one count of possessing extreme pornography involving adults and animals.
Peter Hussey, prosecuting, told the court: “Some of these images were of very young children. There is one particular video where the child is quite discernibly distressed by the sexual experience she is undergoing.”
He told the court the offences came to light when the NCA officer’s fake profile began receiving dozens of messages from Harrison, who was using the name ‘Alfie’.
One message, described as “sinister in intent” by Judge David Aubrey, QC, said: “Keep in touch won’t you? Who knows, one day you might be old enough for me to corrupt you.”

Mr Hussey said although Harrison was not charged in relation to the messages, concerned officers knocked on his family home and seized computer equipment.
Analysis of the computers revealed 10 child abuse images classed as Category A - the most serious according to sentencing guidelines - along with eight Category B images and 73 Category C images.
The court heard Harrison had also created two chat groups on Kik Messenger where he had shared a video of a naked young girl with other users.
But Mr Hussey said despite initially flagging up sick material he came across online, Harrison went on to actively download child abuse images onto his computer.

He told the court: “(Harrison) said all this material was because of his own personal investigation. However the NCA found there were specific typical search terms made by the defendant suggesting this was not a chance encounter. When this was put to him he was unable to explain why they were found.”
The court heard Harrison, who has no previous convictions, later admitted he had a “fascination” with child abuse images.
Duncan Phillips, defending, said: “This is a man who is conflicted. He has been conflicted between, on the one hand, his unhealthy fascination with these images... and knowing these images are wrong.”
Judge Aubrey, passing sentence, said: “You have mentioned the word corruption in those online messages.
“Well each and every image that you downloaded represents an element of corruption of a very young child; and each and every image that you distributed or watched on your computer represents the sexual abuse of a very young child.”
Harrison was ordered to sign the Sex Offender’s Register for ten years and was handed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order, banning him from contacting underage girls and restricting his internet use.

This is the pervert who claimed stash of child abuse images were part of own 'investigation' JONATHAN HUMPHRIES  
  •  23 MAR 2017

  • Francisco Javier Soledad, 24, was arrested by special agents with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations.

    Investigators said Soledad assumed the persona of two people - first a 13-year-old boy and then an adult woman - to convince a 13-year-old boy from Illinois to send him an explicit video through Snapchat.

    Soledad used the Snapchat handle "linkinparkrocks," according to authorities.

    When Soledad was blocked by the victim on Snapchat, officials said Soledad threatened to publish the video on social media unless the victim sent more videos.

    The victim's parents called police and an investigation was launched.

    Soledad admitted to sending threatening messages to the boy and to victimizing other children in a similar fashion, according to detectives.

    Investigators said Soledad's digital devices revealed five additional victims between the ages of 12 and 15 living in California, Illinois, Texas, Georgia and Tennessee.

    More than 5,000 images and videos of child pornography were discovered on Soledad's digital devices, officials said.

    The majority of the child porn appeared to be self-produced by the victims, according to authorities. Investigators said not all of the victims had been identified yet.

    If convicted of the crimes, Soledad could face a sentence of 15 to 30 years in federal prison, according to officials.

    Anyone with information about Soledad or his Snapchat handle "linkinparkrocks" was urged to call Homeland Security Investigations at 1-866-234-7423.

    EASTVALE MAN USED SNAPCHAT HANDLE 'LINKINPARKROCKS' TO TARGET BOYS FOR CHILD PORN, OFFICIALS SAY ABC7.com staff Thursday, March 09, 2017




    COLONIE -- Computer crime investigators charged a 23-year-old Schenectady man with three sex-related felonies Sunday, town police said.

    Daniel J. Planty is charged with possession a sexual performance by a child, attempted rape and attempted criminal sex act. He was arraigned in Colonie Town Court and taken to the Albany County Jail.

    Planty and his victim, who is under the age of 15, are "not known to each other," which is why the sexual assault charges are labeled as attempted, Colonie police Detective Sgt. George Thomaides said.


    Thomaides declined to describe how Planty allegedly communicated with the child or comment on how police knew to investigate.

    Colonie police's Computer Crimes Unit, lauded as a local powerhouse for digital crime arrests, is "deliberately vague" about how they identify and investigate suspects, Thomaides said.


    "There is a seriousness that goes along with this: These are our kids," the detective sergeant said.
    He added that computer crimes are on the rise nationwide, as people use the internet to trade child pornography, lure or entice children, embezzle funds and bully classmates.
    Thomaides said anyone who thinks they may have been victimized by Planty should call police at (518) 783-2754.

    Schenectady man charged with attempted rape, child porn possession Emily Masters March 21, 2017


    WORCESTER – A former Southbridge math teacher who admitted last fall to possessing child pornography and soliciting live online child sex shows was sentenced to 11½ years in federal prison.
    "I'm sorry that I brought shame on my name and on my family," Scott Peeler told the court just before he was sentenced for self-admittedly "horrendous" conduct that prosecutors said included speaking to child victims online and asking whether children could perform sex acts with animals.
    Mr. Peeler was 53, living in Worcester and teaching at a Southbridge middle school at the time of his June 2015 arrest. He has been in federal custody since that time, pleading guilty in November 2016 to three counts of attempted enticement of a minor to engage in unlawful sex acts and one count of possession of child pornography.
    At sentencing Monday, Mr. Peeler, dressed in tan prison garb, stared ahead as Assistant U.S. District Attorney Mark J. Grady summarized the graphic nature of his crimes. Members of Mr. Peeler's family – several of whom tried to intervene after catching him with child pornography in the past – listened as Mr. Grady detailed some of the messages the man admitted to sending online.
    In addition to being found in possession of child pornography, authorities uncovered correspondence between Mr. Peeler and people in the Philippines who made a business live-streaming shows in which they sexually assaulted children.
    Mr. Grady said although there is no evidence Mr. Peeler ultimately purchased a show, there are records of his disturbing correspondence with those who provided them.
    Mr. Peeler negotiated prices, sex acts and ages of children to be used, Mr. Grady said, sometimes requesting the children perform sex acts with animals.
    In some instances, Mr. Peeler literally spoke to children used in the videos, Mr. Grady said, telling them they were "pretty" and asking the adults controlling them to remove articles of clothing.
    In pleading guilty last fall, Mr. Peeler agreed to be imprisoned somewhere between 10 and 15 years. Mr. Grady argued he should get 15 years, citing the odious nature of his conduct and noting that demand for child pornography would not exist without consumers.
    "On the other end of these videos were real children," Mr. Grady said.
    Ian Gold, Mr. Peeler's lawyer, argued for 10 years, countering that Mr. Peeler quickly confessed his crimes to the FBI and provided agents with information that helped them free three children under age 10 who were being prostituted overseas.
    "They have used (my screen name) successfully to apprehend people exploiting children," Mr. Peeler penned in a recent letter to Judge Timothy S. Hillman begging leniency. In the letter, Mr. Peeler said he's been financially wrecked by his arrest, but that his fiancée has stuck by him and that he wants to provide for his family in the future.
    Mr. Gold said Monday that members of Mr. Peeler's family, including his daughter, tried to intervene after catching him before his arrest. He didn't stop, Mr. Gold said, but ultimately never paid for such a show to be produced.
    "A moral line (was) drawn" in Mr. Peeler's mind, Mr. Gold argued, likening his conduct to staring through the windows of a red light district featuring children but never stepping inside.
    "There is a callousness there ... in being able to do that," Mr. Gold said, but there is also a difference between that and "hands-on" offending.
    Mr. Gold said many of his client's problems stem from alcoholism. Mr. Peeler spent two years in jail decades ago for vehicular homicide, Mr. Gold said, but relapsed in 2008.
    In his letter to Judge Hillman, Mr. Peeler said he "isolated" himself at the time of his crimes and "drifted into a world that repulses me."
    Mr. Peeler's state of mind was reportedly examined as part of his pre-sentence memorandum, but Judge Hillman agreed to seal the report from public view at the request of Mr. Peeler.
    "They allowed me to come into their community to be a role model, and I failed them miserably," Mr. Peeler said before his sentence was imposed.
    After he gets out of prison, Mr. Peeler will be placed on 10 years of supervised release. He will also forfeit much of his electronic property seized by the government.
    Federal investigators said they found about a dozen videos and two dozen images depicting child pornography on Mr. Peeler's computers and other electronic devices.
    Mr. Peeler's family declined to comment outside the courtroom. Southbridge schools last year said Mr. Peeler was hired in 2003 and terminated in August 2016.

    FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) — Authorities say a northwest Alabama man has been charged with nearly 2,000 counts of possession of child pornography and almost 300 counts of production of child porn.
    The TimesDaily reports (http://bit.ly/2ocCvEC ) that 48-year-old Jeffery Dale Hunt of Florence was arrested on a warrant charging him with the crimes after he was indicted by a grand jury.
    Florence police detective Sgt. Brad Holmes said the investigation determined that Hunt had child pornography in his possession and was "actively producing child pornography in his home."
    Authorities said several of the victims are from the local area and all are younger than 12.
    Hunt was being held in the Lauderdale County Detention Center. It wasn't known early Friday whether he has an attorney who could comment on his behalf.

    Alabama Man Faces Nearly 2,300 Child Pornography Charges March 24, 2017

    GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE — Police Chief Tim Bruckman and Officer Sandra Davis were honored Monday for their work on a recent case involving the reported sexual assault of a minor.
    Mayor Dwayne Bennett issued a proclamation honoring the pair at the Monday evening village council meeting. Their work resulted in a 60-count indictment of Brian Mabb, 46, including charges of rape, sexual conduct with a minor, sexual battery, child endangerment and numerous other charges. The sexual assault was said to have taken place over seven years. 
    The investigation lasted a few months, and during that time Bruckman and Davis spent many hours gathering evidence, conducting interviews and completing paperwork, according to the proclamation.
    Bruckman said the arrest was the result of the entire police department and other law enforcement entities working together.
    An electronic crime expert has told a South Australian court an accused man searched for violent pornography online including “brutal rape”, in the months before an alleged attack on two backpackers at a remote beach.

    Police officer Jeremy Handley, who analysed the 60-year-old man’s computer and iPhone, told the jury of eight men and four women that 95 pornographic images and videos were found on the accused attacker’s laptop seized from under his bed.

    Mr Handley said dozens of images and videos were saved on the man’s laptop depicting naked and gagged women in sexual acts with their hands and ankles bound.

    He said a pornographic video on the accused’s iPhone, showing a woman with her limbs bound and mouth gagged, was accessed two days before the Salt Creek attack. 

    The court also heard the accused searched “women being brutally raped”. Other internet searches included browsing bondage products for sale.

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