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giovedì 6 luglio 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 10

A head teacher who was in charge of child protection at his school has been jailed after he downloaded hundreds of thousands images of youngsters being abused.
Richard Williams stored more than 160,000 of the sordid images on his computers and other devices before ensuring he was caught as a “cry for help”.

The married 48-year-old former head of St Mary’s C of E Primary School in Chilham downloaded the pictures and videos over a three-year period.

His lawyer submitted that because he had taken great steps towards rehabilitation he could escape being sent to prison.

But before jailing Williams for 12 months, Judge Adele Williams said: “The problem is the public will rightly feel revulsion that a man charged with the care and education of children should engage in this activity.”

Maidstone Crown Court heard police raided his home in Alexander Drive, Faversham, on November 8 last year after receiving “intelligence” that images had been downloaded there.

Williams admitted to officers he had accessed the images while head of the school.

Computer equipment was seized and the material from the “dark web” was discovered.

He declined legal representation and described how he had become addicted to adult pornography for most of his adult life, but in the last three years had turned to indecent images of children and extreme porn.

Williams claimed he was more interested in saving them than viewing them.

He found them sexually attractive because he liked girls’ forms of all ages,” said prosecutor Donna East.

He was interested in girls aged nine and above.

“He had acted already with his addiction. He didn’t want to feel this way towards children, given his occupation.”

He admitted six offences of possessing indecent images including 293 in the highest category, 737 in the next highest and 159,446 in the lowest.

A probation officer said Williams had the support of his wife. They had no children. “My concern is rehabilitation is the key here,” he added.

Williams, who has since moved to Midhurst in West Sussex, had received help from the Lucy Faithfull child protection charity and was helping them with their research.

Judge Williams told him: “Possession of child pornography is a great mischief in our society. "They are, of course, real children here being subjected to real sexual abuse in these images.

“The public rightly feels revulsion that these images should exist, let alone be viewed.

You were the headmaster of Chilham Primary School and had responsibility for child protection issues when you engaged in viewing this material.”

The judge said Williams’ letter to her set out the revulsion he himself felt about his behaviour and his remorse.

“I am impressed with the steps you have taken to rehabilitate yourself, but these offences are simply too serious to be dealt with in any other way than an immediate sentence of imprisonment,” added Judge Williams.

Williams’ name will appear on the sex offenders’ register for 10 years.

A sexual harm prevention order was made for the same period and he will be barred form working with children and vulnerable adults.

An NSPCC spokesman said: "As a headteacher, Williams had a clear child safeguarding role. But despite this he has helped to fuel the growing problem of child abuse images being distributed online.
"Each one of these images represents a crime scene and a visual record of an assault on a child and it is right that Williams has been brought to justice for his actions.
"To help deal with the escalating demand for this material, the NSPCC is calling for technology companies, government and law enforcement to commit resources and expertise to prevent this sickening material being published in the first place.
Anyone concerned about a child can call the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000. Children can call Childline on 0800 1111 or visit www.childline.org.uk.

Head teacher Richard Williams jailed for downloading more than 160,000 child abuse images Keith Hunt 28 June 2017




A former chairman of West Yorkshire Police Authority has been jailed for 32 months after building up what a judge described was a “library” of child abuse images.

Neil Taggart, 65, a city councillor for more than 30 years and also former Lord Mayor of Leeds was also chairman of the West Yorkshire Police Authority between 1998 and 2003.

Today his life is in tatters and his reputation disgraced as he was ordered to register as a sex offender for life.

Leeds Crown Court heard officers executed a search warrant at his home in Garforth, Leeds on September 23 last year while he and his family were abroad on holiday.

They seized a desktop computer, five hard drives and two USB memory sticks on which more than 35,000 indecent images had been downloaded.

Files recovered also showed he had shared some of the images with other perverts and chatted online and in phone calls with some of them.

Taggart admitted three charges of making indecent images of children, three of distributing indecent images, one charge of possessing prohibited images and one of possessing extreme pornography.

Anthony Dunne, prosecuting, said 5,488 images including 856 movies were found at Category A, the most serious involving adults and children as young as four and one involving a baby aged eight to 12 months.

There were also 4,580 still and moving images at category B and 25,935 at Category C. Also found were 30 images involving adults and animals classified as extreme pornography and 431 indecent computer images, some dating back to 2010. Deleted data suggested it might have gone back to 2007.

Jailing Taggart, Judge Robin Mairs said his offending had gone on for a prolonged period.

He said: “Behind those arithmetical totals the reality was this, they were children, pre-pubescent children, one was a baby eight to 12 months, who were subjected to penetrative sexual activity with adults. Girls described as aged four to six years of age.”

He said some of the children were shown in pain, in distress, restrained or gagged.

He added: “You describe how your sexual fantasies or desires were just that fantasies and that they were not real life. Well what makes this offending so serious is that those images were real, they featured real children who suffered real pain and will have to live with the real trauma that created.

Those images are made and distributed because people like you want to see them and want to see them for your own sexual gratification. These are not offences of fantasy they are offences that cause real pain and real suffering.”

The judge said images he had distributed were also “of a depraved quality” showing children, some under five, receiving similar in return.

“This was the creation of a library of images of abuse,” the judge said. “This was extreme material even by the standards of the depraved scale that exists.

“I accept both your personal and public reputation, which at one time was so high in this city, now effectively lies in the gutter.”

Stephen Wood, representing Taggart, urged the court to take into account his many years of public service.

He said: “These convictions have utterly destroyed the personal reputation he had built over those 30 years of service.”

He said Taggart acknowledge his “deviant sexual interest” in looking at images and had stressed to police he had no interest in turning to reality. He did however realise the impact on each child depicted and expressed full remorse.

He had been diagnosed with a rare cancer and treatment was only now aimed at stabilising his condition not curing it.

Taggart became Lord Mayor of Leeds in 2003.


A PERVERT Scots cop caught with almost 900 indecent images of kids has dodged a jail sentence.
Liam Roberts, 35, has been placed under supervision on a Community Payback Order for three years.
He was also ordered to perform 180 hours of unpaid work within eight months and placed on the Sex Offenders Register for three years.
The vile perv from Edinburgh pled guilty to being in possession of 874 indecent images, 18 of them at Category A, the highest level, involving penetrative sexual activity.
The disgraced constable also admitted chatting online with other abusers and distributing indecent pictures to others between March 10 and September 27 last year.
Police officers raided his home and when asked if he had any indecent images, he replied: “Not that I can think of, no.
“I don’t know what to say to that”.
In Edinburgh Sheriff Court today, Roberts’ solicitor, Lena Docherty, told Sheriff Kenneth McGowan that the social work report described her client as at low risk of re-offending and that he had already taken steps to address his conduct.
The report suggested a community-based disposal.
Sheriff McGowan told Roberts: “As you will know, given your background, offending of this kind can lead to a custodial sentence, but it is quite clear from the guidance I have been given and the evidence of your undertaking rehabilitation, that the court can consider an alternative to custody”.
NSPCC Scotland has called for authorities to stamp out the ongoing problem and says tech companies should be preventing the publication of illicit material.
A spokesman for NSPCC Scotland said: “Roberts engaged in a course of criminal activity for years which he, as a police officer, was sworn to detect and stop.
“He downloaded, stored and distributed sickening images of child abuse with each picture featuring a real child in a real crime scene. Every time images such as these are produced or shared the demand for them increases and more children are put at risk.
“It is vital that the authorities continue to hunt and stop those responsible for the growth of this global criminal industry and tech companies prevent this vile material from being published on their platforms in the first place.”
Roberts was hailed as a hero in 2013 when he helped save the life of a young hockey player whose heart had stopped during a match.
He was credited with starting the man’s heart twice and keeping him alive until paramedics arrived on the scene at Peffermill Playing Fields in Edinburgh.
At the time Roberts said he had learned life saving techniques while he was coaching sports teams 20 years ago.

A Kettering man downloaded thousands of sick images of abuse involving children as young as six weeks old.

Daniel Canning, 22, was caught after police intelligence led them to his boyfriend’s address when an indecent image was uploaded to the internet.
Canning’s boyfriend was arrested on October 4 last year but the following day he handed himself in to the police.
Prosecuting, Caroline Bradley said: “On October 5 Mr Canning himself attended the police station and said that he had viewed a couple of images.
“He said he had been viewing them since the age of 11 and that he was using chatrooms.
Police searched his devices and found 866 images of the most disturbing category, category A, of which the majority were videos.
They also found 603 images in category B and 636 category C images, making a total of 2,105.
Miss Bradley added that one of the images showed a serious sexual assault on a six-week-old baby.
Canning was also found to have distributed 62 of the images online using software over the ‘dark web’, 51 of which were in category A.
Miss Bradley told Northampton Crown Court on Firday (June 30): “He accepts that he used the ‘dark web’ and looked for boys aged between 10 to 16 but he downloaded in bulk, which means there could be others.
“He said he did not recall sharing images but said he could have done in the chatroom.”
The offences took place between 2014 and 2016 and when he was arrested Canning lost his job as a printer’s apprentice.
He admitted three counts of possessing indecent images, three counts of distributing images, one count of possessing prohibited images and one count of possessing extreme pornography involving animals at a court hearing in May.
Mitigating, James Smith-Wilds said Canning was a ‘decent young man’ aside from his crimes.
He said: “Clearly this was a revolting set of images, moving or otherwise.
“In every other facet of his life he is a decent young man.
“I think it is fair to say that he did not fully comprehend the length of his actions.
“Daniel is concerned if he was to receive a prison sentence not only because he is unsure how he would cope, but how it would impact on his family.”
His Honour Judge Timothy Smith said Canning’s actions were no accident and sent him to prison.
He said: “The nature of these images is quite frankly appalling.
You became involved in the dark recesses of the ‘dark web’.
“You were looking for, finding and downloading the vilest of material.
“It was ill-considered but it was not accidental.
It was deliberate.
Canning, of Sackville Street, was sentenced to two years in prison.
He will serve half in custody with the remainder on licence.
He will also be made to sign the Sex Offenders Register for 10 years and made the subject of a 10-year Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

Kettering paedophile who downloaded more than 2,000 vile child abuse images jailed SAM WILDMAN 03 July 2017


CLEVELAND, Ohio -
In spite of claims of having a difficult childhood, bouts with depression and an addiction to pornography, a Howland teen is going to federal prison for more than five years after being convicted of child pornography charges.
David Hafely appeared before a judge in U.S. District Court on Friday where he was sentenced to a term of 97 months in prison, 37 months longer than the 60 months suggested by his attorney in a sentencing memorandum.
The 19-year-old former Howland High School student pleaded guilty earlier to charges of possession of child pornography, as well as receiving and transporting depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.
Authorities say the pornographic images and videos found on Hafely's Kindle Fire tablet did not depict local children.
However, investigators say they traced the pictures and videos back to 21 victims.
As part of his sentence, Hafely has been ordered to make $42,000 in restitution to those victims.
When Hafely completes his prison term, he'll be placed on probation for ten years.

Howland teen ordered to pay $42,000 to child porn victims Jul 01, 2017 Mike Gauntner


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N “isolated” man who viewed thousands of child sex abuse pictures while alone in his Carlisle bedsit has been sentenced.
Tadeusz Chechinski, 45, was caught out after police raided his city home in September last year.
His laptop was seized and analysed. Almost 4,000 illegal images, which had been downloaded, were recovered. Some 385 still pictures and 13 movies were classed in category A – the most serious.
Carlisle Crown Court heard some of the children depicted were of a “very young age”.
Chechinski admitted three charges of making indecent photographs of children. The factory worker was said to lead an “extremely isolated existence” having moved to the UK from his native Poland six years ago.
After hearing he would benefit from “support, assistance and guidance”, rather than prison, Judge Barbara Forrester suspended an eight-month jail term for two years.
Chechinski, of Finn Avenue, Carlisle, must complete a rehabilitation requirement and unpaid work. He must also sign the sex offenders’ register and abide by the terms of a sexual harm prevention order – each for 10 years.

Carlisle man had almost 4,000 child sex abuse images 04/07/2017



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