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giovedì 13 luglio 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 11

A paedophile who crept into a child's bedroom in the middle of the night to sexually assault and photograph him as he slept has been jailed for five years.

Bradley Challis24preyed upon the young boy, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, in February 2016.
Challis, of Lodge Road, Braintree, pleaded guilty to nine offences on May 30 this year. They were two counts of sexual assault of a child under the age of 13, one count of taking indecent images of a child, four counts of making indecent images of children and two counts of distributing indecent images of children.
He was arrested on March 14 last year after police attended his mother's property which was situated close to his own home.
On arrival, officers explained they were there as an IP address from that property had been used to access indecent images of children.
Challis, who happened to be at the property at the time, admitted he was the person police were looking for, saying: "I have been doing this for a while now, I have been stupid."
In subsequent interviews with police, he admitted accessing the vile photographs and films on his various devices by using his mother's WiFi connection.
"He said he had been viewing indecent images of children for two or three years," said prosecutor Jamie Sawyer at Chelmsford Crown Court today (July 11).
"He gave the web address of a site he would use around three of four times a week.
"He said that once he logged onto that site he could view other users' films or photographs.
"He also made admissions to contacting other users on that site in order to exchange indecent images of children."
The court heard how Challis admitted to viewing both moving and still images of boys and girls ranging from Category A, the most serious category, to Category C. Some of the Category C images included babies.
"He said he would get sexual gratification by looking at these images," said Mr Sawyer.
"He was asked about using these sites to chat to children and he described building up what I would call a relationship with someone called Rocky."
Although Challis had admitted speaking to this child online, no meeting ever took place between them.
But the most sinister of Challis' crimes were the horrific sexual assaults on a sleeping youngster last spring.
Mr Sawyer said: "He said he lowered the boy's pyjamas, he said he put his finger in the boy's mouth and kissed him on the lips."
But not only had Challis abused the young child as he slept, he had taken bursts of photographs on his phone so he could view them at a later date.
A victim impact statement read out to the court revealed the boy has no recollection of the event, nor has he been told what happened to him.
Steven Levy, in mitigation, said: "It's very important considering this sentence what went on that day.
"The IP address was being used to access indecent images of children, police spoke to the family, as soon as this defendant heard what was going on he didn't just stay quiet.
"He lived next door but he immediately said to the police, 'It's me.'"
Mr Levy went on to say how Challis had attempted to curb his sick tendencies by completing modules created by Stop it Nowan organisation that aims to prevent the sexual abuse of children.
"He stopped these offences of his own accord," said Mr Levy, referring to the period between December 2015 and March 2016 when Challis did not view indecent images of children.
"He had a difficult upbringing. From a young age he witnessed violence in the home.
"During his young age of 10, he was on a bridge with his father. His father contacted his mother and said he was going to kill himself and he was going to take him with him.
"As he grew up he couldn't comprehend of understand what was going on."
Judge Christopher Morgan was also told how Challis had initially started viewing adult pornography before turning to images of young boys and girls.
Mr Levy also asserted the images that were distributed online were not the same images Challis took of his sleeping victim.
After a short adjournment to consider the case, Judge Morgan turned to sentence a snivelling Challis in the dock.
Judge Morgan said: "You had kept from your family the fact that you had developed a taste for viewing child abuse images.
"You had sought some treatment for that addiction.
"You had turned your viewing of abuse images into actual physical abuse of a child.
"That is a step that many who view images simply do not make."
Challis was sentenced to four-and-a-half years in prison for the first count of sexual activity with a child, two years for the second count of sexual activity with a child and 12 months for making indecent photographs of a child, all to run concurrently.
On the four counts of making indecent images of children he was given one sentence of three months in prison and three lots of six months in prison, as well as six months and three months for the distribution offences, all to be served concurrently to each other but consecutively to the first count.
In addition, a Sexual Harm Prevention Order has been made against him which will last for ten years.
Finally, Judge Morgan ordered the forfeiture and destruction of the devices which contained hundreds of still and moving abuse images.

Braintree paedophile Bradley Challis jailed for sexually assaulting sleeping boy RichardDuggan  July 11, 2017

A perverted university student living in Carlisle has been jailed after a court heard how he offered offered cash in exchange for illegal images of boys.
At Carlisle Crown Court, Malcolm Porter, 24, of Roseberry Road, Stanwix, who went online to incite a child into taking part in sexual activity, was jailed for 28 months. His crime came to light after police seized his computer equipment.
That and his phone revealed a catalogue of offending – some of it committed while he ran a photography business that entailed taking pictures of children.
He admitted:
  • Nine counts of downloading indecent images of a child
  • Five counts of distributing indecent child images
  • Attempting to incite a 13-year-old child to engage in sexual activity.
Porter’s offending came to light following a referral from another police force in September 2015 about a child who had engaged in online conversation with Porter.
After his arrest, Cumbria police's Digital Media Investigation Unit seized his computer kit and found that between 2013 and 2015 he was accessing indecent images of children.
He then shared the images via social media apps and online chatrooms.
Evidence was also found of Porter using his photography company to engage with children and offer them money for indecent images.
As well as the jail term, Porter was put on the Sex Offenders' Register for 10 years.
Detective Constable Carolyn Willacy said: “Porter would use his own photography business to meet children and attempt to entice them into sharing indecent images with him.
In total Porter’s devices held over 1,500 indecent images of children which he would share with people for mutual sexual gratification.
“We will continue to prosecute those who abuse children by engaging in this sort of behaviour.
“It is important that young people realise the dangers that lurk online as there are people out there who are intent on exploiting children.
“We encourage anyone who has any suspicions of any sort of abuse to contact us so we can investigate."

If you wish to report a crime or speak to an officer about an incident, contact Cumbria police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
If you have been affected by rape or sexual assault, contact The Bridgeway Sexual Assault Support Service’s 24/7 free helpline on 0808 118 6432.

Perverted student jailed after police find 1,500 indecent child images on his computer 6 July 2017 


POMPANO BEACH, Fla. - A Pompano Beach man was arrested on multiple child pornography charges following a months-long investigation by the Broward Sheriff's Office.
According to an arrest report, detectives began investigating Kevin Macek, 41, in May after they were notified by an internet service provider that Macek was sharing child pornography images through an instant messaging service.
Detectives said Macek engaged in hundreds of chat messages with at least 185 other users.
The images showed explicit images of children from ages 3 to 14, the arrest report said.
Detectives said Macek also discussed the sexual abuse of a 3-year-old during chat sessions with a man, identified only as "David." 
A warrant was served Monday at Macek's home on North Riverside Drive and authorities found images of child pornography on his computer and cellphone, the report said.
Detectives said Macek confessed to searching the internet for child pornography and speaking with David and encouraging him to take photos and perform sexual acts on the toddler.
Authorities said David molested the toddler live on a webcam for Macek's pleasure and showed the toddler explicit photos of Macek.
Authorities said David and his wife were arrested on June 27. It's unclear whether they are from South Florida.
BATON ROUGE, La. (KLFY) – A Baton Rouge man has been arrested on 400 counts of possession of child pornography, according to Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry. 
Michael Toups, 60, was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on 400 counts of Possession of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children.
Toups’ arrest is the result of a joint investigation between the Attorney General’s Cyber Crime Unit, Homeland Security Investigations, the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, and the Baton Rouge Police Department.  
Landry issued a statement on Toups’ arrest saying:
“This egregious crime will not be tolerated by my office. We will continue to do all we can to rid our State of child predators.”
Attorney General Jeff Landry’s Cyber Crime Unit has investigated thousands of computer crimes that have victimized children from infants to 16 years of age.
To report child exploitation, call the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation at 800-256-4506.

Baton Rouge man arrested on 400 counts of child pornography possession KLFY Newsroom

A paedophile who encouraged the abuse of a young boy in America from his computer in Wales has been jailed today (July 12).
Darren Williams, 44, admitted encouraging or assisting the rape of a child and encouraging the distribution of indecent images at an earlier hearing at Cardiff Crown Court and was sentenced to 11 years in prison.
The court heard how Williams used online conferencing software to view and discuss images of serious sexual abuse being perpetrated against children, including live abuse.
Transcripts from the chat room during the sexual abuse of a six-year-old boy in the United States showed how Williams encouraged the abuse.
Laura Tams, from the CPS, said:
"Darren Williams clearly took sadistic pleasure in the pain and horrendous sexual abuse being inflicted on very young children.
"The prosecution built a case which showed how by watching and encouraging the abuse from behind his computer screen, Williams was guilty of encouraging the rape thousands of miles away.
"This conviction was made possible through close partnership working with the authorities both in this country and around the world."

Paedophile who encouraged abuse of boy in America jailed 12/07/2017

A 24-year-old Rolleston man was today sentenced to two years’ intensive supervision and ordered to attend the STOP programme for sexual offenders after pleading guilty in the Christchurch District Court to a range of offences involving child sex abuse images.
Vincenso Tyrone Wiremu, truck driver, of Rolleston faced 41 charges of making, distributing and possessing objectionable images, videos and texts depicting the sexual exploitation and abuse of children as young as toddlers.
Judge Jane Farish adopted as a sentence starting point 5-1/2 year’s imprisonment recommended by Internal Affairs prosecutor, Marty Robinson. However she imposed the supervision order after strong recommendations from a clinical psychologist and the probation service that prison was inappropriate due to Wiremu’s Asperger’s diagnosis and vulnerability. The judge also ordered that he be prevented from having unaccompanied access to children under 16 or use internet-capable devices for any reason.
Internal Affairs investigated Wiremu after he uploaded 20 objectionable videos to an international file storage site in February-March 2015. The Department uncovered the extent of his offending when it seized computer equipment and mobile phones from his home. He distributed non-sexual images of young children – taken mostly from social media sites ­– encouraging other traders and consumers within his network to interact with the pictures in return for access to his password-protected online albums. He also used a European-based website to store albums and photos and made 1162 objectionable images and videos available to 104 different people.
Judge Farish noted that two of the girls whose images were traded in this case had previously been rescued by law enforcement officers, yet their pictures were traded years later in a way that had ruined their lives, including ongoing attempts by sex offenders to locate and contact them. The judge commended the “excellent work by the Department of Internal Affairs” and its partner agencies in investigating and responding to this “abhorrent” conduct, and noted that penalties had recently been increased in New Zealand as a result of the public’s disgust at such offending.
Internal Affairs’ Censorship Compliance Manager, Stephen Waugh, said: “Child sexual abuse images posted on the Internet, whether created from physical abuse or, taken and sexualised, live on forever. They haunt the children depicted, who live daily with the knowledge that countless strangers use an image of their worst experiences for their own gratification.
Trading or viewing these images is not passive offending because it condones the abuse children suffer.
It was also concerning that ‘innocent’ images of children had been taken from social media and used in a sexual way.
People should be aware that once you post an image on the Internet you lose control over what happens to it.

Intensive supervision for child sex abuse images Department Of Internal Affairs


A knicker thief who collected child porn and filmed himself committing a sexual act while looking at pictures of children has been jailed for three years.
Authorities in the USA linked the downloading of child abuse images to Clifton-based William Fletcher's computer, Bristol Crown Court heard.
It transpired he had downloaded thousands of indecent child photos and distributed some via Skype to a like-minded paedophile overseas.
The 36-year-old, latterly of St Hilary in Cowbridge, South Glamorgan, pleaded guilty to three charges of making indecent images of children and three charges of distributing indecent images of children.
He also admitted possessing two extreme pornographic images and theft of 49 pairs of female underwear, 47 of which belonged to children.

Judge Euan Ambrose told him: “You had a chaotic lifestyle over several years, fuelled by cocaine use.
“That led to significant use of pornography and you started to download indecent images of children.”
Fletcher was told to register as a sex offender, indefinitely, and was handed an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order designed to stop him re-offending.
Mark Hollier, prosecuting, said Avon and Somerset Police acted on US intelligence and arrested Fletcher in August last year.
An entirely cooperative Fletcher told them: “I would never harm anyone.”
Analysis of his computer devices revealed that, over five years, he amassed a sordid collection of child abuse stills and movies.
They included 26,272 still images of children in the least Category C level of abuse, as well as 1,612 still images in the most serious Category A level, defined as those which show children being raped.
Mr Hollier said police found Fletcher had uploaded “non-indecent” child images to a file sharing site in Russia, apparently hoping for pictures in return,

Fletcher accepted he had filmed himself committing a sex act on himself whilst looking at “non-indecent” child photos.
He admitted stealing 49 pairs of female underwear, which the prosecution believed he used for sexual purposes.
Robin Shellard, defending, said his client’s substance abuse led him on a downward spiral to child abuse images.
He said Fletcher had already taken steps to address both substance abuse and his downloading of improper material.
He stressed Fletcher had stated: “I would never have gone on to abuse a child directly.”
Mr Shellard said: “He would like to express his shame, disgust and remorse.”



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