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Porn Addicted Rapists 49

A Madras man was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the production and trading of child pornography and the sexual abuse of a young child.
Jeffrey Worley, 54, was sentenced after he pleaded guilty June 6. Under the terms of a plea agreement, Worley pleaded guilty to first-degree sodomy, using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct and three counts of first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse. Seven other counts of first-degree encouraging child sexual abuse were dismissed.
Worley was arrested Dec. 19 after Google and AOL reported he was using the email addresses jeffreyworley69@gmail.com and wantahavefun69@aol.com to trade sexually explicit photos of children. According to court documents, Worley had used the accounts to send or receive at least three sexually explicit photos involving children.
According to court documents, Worley also had sex with a girl under 12.
Jefferson County Circuit Judge Annette Hillman went along with the plea deal, which was agreed to at a June 6 settlement conference in which she participated. Worley will not be eligible for early release based on good behavior or participation in prison programs. If he is still alive at the end of his sentence, he will have lifetime post-prison supervision.
Jefferson County District Attorney Steven Leriche said the negotiations took a few hours and that his office operated with leverage due to solid evidence.
“They had photographic evidence of the charged crimes,” Leriche said. “That’s really hard to overcome. Then there was a recorded confession.” Leriche added that Oregon State Police also searched Worley’s phone and computer and found additional child pornography.
The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office also played a role in searching electronic devices and analyzing forensic evidence as it was determined Worley was exchanging illegal photos with a Three Rivers man, Grover Dean Cockrum. Cockrum was arrested Dec. 20 and has a plea hearing July 25.
Leriche said the work of OSP and the sheriff’s office allowed him to go after a lengthy prison term.
“When it comes to cases with kids, with such egregious types of conduct, we do not give a lot of consideration towards the longevity of the sentence because it’s that bad of conduct,” he said. “You can’t; it’s probably as bad of conduct as you can find in a case involving kids.”
The plea deal resolved not only the original child pornography case but also a second case against Worley, which was opened Friday. Worley was arraigned on that case Monday morning, when he was charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault and one count of using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct stemming from the sexual abuse of a 7-year-old boy. At the same hearing, those charges were dismissed and the case was closed.
Leriche said the plea deal will allow for the prosecution of any of the dismissed charges if the original sentence is ever modified by an appellate court.
“It’s just more or less an insurance policy,” he said.
Leriche said Worley spoke at Monday’s hearing, saying he was remorseful and ready to take accountability for his actions. Leriche said Worley cried and said he did not want to make things more difficult on the victims by taking the case to trial.
A former soldier who subjected a three-year-old to “appalling” abuse has been jailed and branded a danger to children.
Keith Brady ordered the girl to keep quiet about her ordeal, which happened at her Solihull home , or the police would come.
After his arrest, officers found more than 500 pictures of extreme pornography, featuring bestiality, on his phone and 40 rounds of ammunition he kept from his Army days.

Police also found what Brady called his ‘fishing book,’ which contained a number of disturbing entries, including some websites and a list of sexual words, Warwick Crown Court heard.
Brady, 31, of High Street, Norton Canes, near Cannock , was jailed for seven years and two months after admitting two charges of sexually assaulting a child and two of possessing extreme pornography.
Jailing him, and ordering him to register as a sex offender for life, Judge Andrew Lockhart QC told him: “You subjected her to the most appalling abuse, and in the background was the most sinister and worrying material.”
He said that Brady had gained sexual satisfaction from the “most depraved images”.
“Day after day these courts hear of material which is disturbing, but this is in a different category,” the judge told him.
“You were in possession of 500-odd images of bestiality.
“You were also in possession of ammunition you plainly held on to after a shooting exercise when you were a soldier.
“Let us hope this child does not have life-long problems as a result of the actions by you.
“This case shows you can, and did, cause serious psychological harm.
“I am wholly satisfied you present a real and present danger to young children.
“This is a danger I can see no real end to.
“I therefore find you are a dangerous offender.”
Brady will serve at least two-thirds of the sentence and will only be freed before serving the whole term if a Parole Board considers it safe to do so.
He will remain on licence for the rest of his sentence – and then for another six years, during which time he can be recalled to prison.
HEBER CITY – A man accused of sexually abusing two children, who is also facing child pornography charges, appeared in court for a bail hearing Wednesday, where his attorney argued he be released under strict conditions.
Bryce Johnson stood silently next to his attorney inside the Fourth District courtroom. The 33-year-old was arrested earlier this month for child sex abuse. Police say there are at least five victims.
The operator of a bounce house is now facing new charges that include 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Investigators say they found pornographic images of pre-pubescent children inside his home, some of whom were involved in sexual acts.
His attorney, Susanne Gustin, pleaded with the judge to release him as his case goes through the process. Gustin reassured the judge her client would not contact any of the victims.
But prosecutors say this case is extremely disturbing on multiple levels. McKay King told the judge that the youth sports coach, ice skating teacher and foster parent is a threat to the community and should remain in custody.
Mr. Johnson has crafted his entire life to place him in contact with children on a regular basis," King said.
In the end, Judge Jennifer A. Brown set bail for $150,000, cash only.

Heber City man accused of sexual abuse, child pornography appears in court for bail hearing JUNE 28, 2017 TAMARA VAIFANUA

PALMER — Judge David Zwink sentenced a 29-year-old Wasilla man to 28 years in prison on child pornography and sexual abuse charges at a sentencing hearing in Palmer District Court Tuesday afternoon.
Dylan Paul was arrested Oct. 10, 2014, without incident. He was convicted  following a two-week trial in Palmer where a jury handed down a guilty verdict on charges of sexual abuse of a minor, second-degree sexual assault, two counts of third-degree sexual assault, exploitation of a minor and nine counts of possession of child pornography.
Paul was originally charged with 23 felonies. Included were 13 counts of possession of child pornography, four counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a minor, three counts of second-degree sexual assault, two counts of third-degree sexual assault and one count of exploitation of a minor-making child pornography. Paul and 24-year-old Brenhon Curry, also of Wasilla, were arrested by Alaska State Troopers in October 2014. The arrests followed an almost nine-month investigation into the sexual abuse of a minor female in April of 2013 at the home of a family friend, according to police.
Curry, originally charged with two counts of first-degree sexual assault and one count of second-degree sexual assault, pleaded guilty to a single count of second-degree sexual assault in March 2016. According to court documents, he was sentenced to 15 years in prison with seven to serve and eight suspended.
Police say a subsequent investigation corroborated the allegations and identified additional potential juvenile victims. During his sentencing, Zwink referenced five minors involved in all the charges stating he didn’t think ill of Paul himself.
“The term arrogant was thrown around a lot (during the trial). I don’t think that fits you,” Zwink said. “I don’t think you’re a bad person. I do think you are a significant danger.”
During the sentencing, the judge made light of Paul’s apparent alcohol addiction. During the trial, one of the pieces of evidence offered into the record was a picture of Paul’s bedroom which apparently was filled with empty liquor bottles. Zwink remarked that Paul had decreased his alcohol consumption from 1.5 liters to a liter a day suggesting that was still an extreme amount.
“You numbed yourself up,” Zwink told the defendant.
Paul’s public defender Paul Maslakowski said during his address to the court, that Paul had been socially ostracized in his teens and his involvement in the ordeal stemmed from a need for friendship.
Your addiction to young victims may very well be a reflection of the image you have if yourself,” Zwink said prior to announcing sentence. The judge noted one of the victims was 12  at the time of the offense.
“Twelve years old is a really delicate time,” Zwink stated, adding it’s a time when a girl is dealing with all the psychological and physiological changes in herself as she progresses into womanhood. Zwink also stated he was concerned with the fact that Paul held on to the child pornography pictures he had apparently taken for so long — more than a decade, and had categorized them into folders on an electronic device.
“I never found myself hating you through the case,” Zwink said. “I hated what you had done. I can’t shake the feeling that you still don’t have a full comprehension of (what you did).”
Under state guidelines, Zwink had to order a minimum 25 years prison sentence on the first-degree sexual assault of a minor charge.
Zwink ordered 35 years in prison with 25 to serve on the SAM I charge. On the SAM second-degree charge, Zwink handed down a 15-year term with 10 to serve — seven suspended and three to be added on at the end of the first 25 years. On the two counts of third-degree SAM, Zwink concurrent three-year terms with one year suspended. He also ordered a 15-year sentence on the child exploitation charge with five to be served concurrently and 10 suspended. On the remaining child pornography charges, Zwink handed down three-year consecutive time all served concurrently.
“If I did my math correctly, that’s a total of 95 years with 35 suspended,” Zwink said after announcing sentence. “You will be slightly older than me when you get out.”
Zwink also stated Paul will have to file as a lifetime sex offender upon release, and will be on 15 years supervised probation. The judge said there was no sense in imposing any fines.

A Florida man was sentenced to 20 years in prison after what prosecutors say was years of regular sexual abuse that caused a child to commit suicide.
Thomas Matassa, 24, was sentenced on one count of receiving child pornography, a charge to which he pleaded guilty in April, the Pensacola News Journal reported.
In February 2016, Matassa was charged for sexual battery of a child, relating to a minor relative’s allegations that Matassa had sexually assaulted him from a young age.
Matassa was arrested, but prosecutors were forced to drop the battery charges when the victim committed suicide four days before his deposition in the case.
The federal court then pursued the case, aiming to get justice for the child.
Matassa was charged with child pornography crimes after investigators found 30,000 messages on his computer related to child sex, in addition to 200 images depicting sex acts with children.
Matassa had previously been convicted of a child sex offense as a juvenile.
The doctor who evaluated him reportedly said there was an “excellent prognosis for not being a repeat offender,” the News Journal reported.
The victim told investigators that he was 7 years old when Matassa first assaulted him, the News Journal reported.
The assaults took place at a family home in Gulf Breeze and elsewhere.
Matassa admitted to the crimes in February 2016, but charges were dropped on Nov. 8, after the child committed suicide, Santa Rosa County Court records show, the News Journal reported.
The victim’s mother spoke during sentencing and described how Matassa had robbed her son of his childhood.
She said there was “no coincidence” he took his own life days before his deposition in the case.
Before Matassa was sentenced, he apologized for his crimes and said he trusted the court to determine his future, the News Journal reported.
“I’ve hurt so many people, a life cannot just come back into existence,” he said, according to the report.
He also said he should have “made better decisions.”
Judge M. Casey Rodgers imposed the maximum penalty for Matassa’s child pornography crimes, taking into account the dropped sexual battery charges, according to local media reports.
“The fact is, you did not pull the trigger ... but you might as well have ... You destroyed that young man,” Rodgers told Matassa, according to the News Journal.
Matassa will remain on lifetime supervision once he’s released from prison.
He will also be prohibited from accessing all forms of pornography, and will need prior approval from his supervisor to access a computer.
A Phoenix man was sentenced to 121¼  years in prison Friday after a jury found him guilty of multiple sex crimes and possession of child pornography.
Donald Linville was found guilty on two counts of surreptitious photographing, videotaping, filming, or digital recording, one count of sexual conduct with a minor and 11 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. 
Linville will receive 1,579 days credit for time served already. He would be required to register as a sex offender if ever released and is not allowed to have any contact with the victims, under terms imposed by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Chris Coury.
Linville, 27, was arrested in 2013 by Phoenix police on suspicion of videotaping himself having sex with girls and women without them knowing. One of the females involved was 15, police said.
Officials said three of the women claimed they didn’t know they were being videotaped. In addition, numerous pornographic images also were recovered from Linville’s home computer involving children under age 12, officials said.
Deputy County Attorney Elizabeth Reamer, who prosecuted the case, said the sentence needed to take into account the embarrassment and trauma to the victims in the case. Videos of the victims were played in court and Reamer said it caused them extreme discomfort. 
Reamer said that child pornography is a major problem in society and the sentence should reflect the "continued victimization" of minors that occurs in such cases.
Defense attorney Robert Dossey argued the state could not prove actual harm done to any of those appearing in the videos.
Dossey, in arguing for a less lengthy sentence, said Linville was young when the crimes occurred — 23 at the time of his arrest — and had served in the military and was honorably discharged. In addition, Linville had family and community support along with psychological problems that were not treated at the time of the crimes, Dossey said. 
Linville did not speak during the sentencing. No one other than the attorneys spoke for or against him.
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said Arizona has some of the harshest penalties for people who possess child pornography.
There are more than a dozen victims in this case consisting of women who were violated by someone they trusted and young children whose degree of victimization may never truly be known. This sentence is a clear demonstration of our commitment to hold the defendant accountable for all of his victims,” Montgomery said in a statement.
Police conducted a forensic report on Linville's desktop computer and laptop computer and found multiple child-pornography videos and photos on both devices, according to court documents. 
A Hammond man was sentenced Wednesday to more than six years in prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl.
Gregory Miller, 63, pleaded guilty in June to three counts of first-degree sex abuse. He will serve the mandatory minimum 75 months in prison concurrently for each count.
Miller was originally indicted in February on 16 counts of first-degree sex abuse along with individual counts of luring a minor, attempting to use a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct, private indecency and first-degree online sexual corruption.
He allegedly touched the girl inappropriately multiple times from January to October of last year and also texted her an intimate photo of himself. Miller kept more than 300 explicit pictures of the victim as well.
Though all the charges stemmed from alleged incidents in 2016, the girl said at the sentencing hearing Wednesday that she had lived in daily fear of Miller since 2011. After reaching a deal with the Clatsop County District Attorney’s Office in June, he pleaded guilty to three incidents that took place in April, May and June.
Before her daughter spoke, the victim’s mother presented a statement directed to Miller.
“I think you’re truly in denial, or at least I hope you are,” the mother said. “I can’t imagine why you would keep doing what you did, knowing it was sick and wrong. Our family is destroyed. You’re lucky for the sentence you received compared to what you could have gotten.”
She said she also hopes Miller, who drank an average of 15 beers a day before his arrest, seeks treatment for alcohol abuse while in prison. While saying she was sickened by the photos and other facts about the case, the mother still forgave Miller.
“I’m sorry that you’ve given in to this fantasy,” she said. “I’m not out to ruin you.”
The teenage girl said she doesn’t know if or when she will be able to forgive Miller, but she has developed a stronger relationship with her mother that has made her life happier and less stressful the past few months.
“You are sick,” the girl said to Miller. “I will always be scared around you. It will take me a long time to ever trust a man.”
Deputy District Attorney Dawn Buzzard said that, with the help of her mother, the girl is turning her life around.
Miller, a retired member of the U.S. Coast Guard, said he was “terribly, terribly sorry” for what he had done.
“I have been praying a lot,” he said. “I hope they can find it in their hearts some day to forgive me.”
Circuit Court Judge Cindee Matyas said she hoped Miller would take full advantage of treatment options during and after his prison sentence as part of his restitution to the victim and her mother.
“Their suffering, their transitions won’t have to be in vain,” Matyas said. “You started this, so you have to make it right.”
Two sexual assault victims presented tearful statements detailing how their lives had been upended by a 29-year-old Longview man who videotaped their assaults and was also involved with a child pornography website.
“During my meeting with (the FBI), not only was I made aware of the child pornography and videos of him sexually assaulting and raping multiple people … but I had to watch a video of myself being exposed without my permission, sexually assaulted and raped,” one of the victims said in a statement Tuesday in Cowlitz County Superior Court. “Even though this assault and rape happened 10 years ago, it was all brand new to me.
Judge Stephen Warning sentenced Brett Lee McCord to 12 months in jail and 104 months of community custody Tuesday as part of a special sex offender sentencing alternative. McCord pleaded guilty in May to four counts of forcible indecent liberties, four counts of first-degree possession of child pornography and six counts of voyeurism. The court will sign his sentencing paperwork at 9 a.m. on July 25.
According to prosecutors, the victims and McCord – who were all teenagers at the time – had been “partying” together when the two victims passed out and McCord assaulted them.
Prosecuting attorney Jason Laurine said the victims, prosecutors and defense agreed on a sentencing alternative because it was their best chance for a conviction and would give the victims some security by requiring McCord to register as a sex offender. Also, the statute of limitations to charge McCord with rape had run out, Laurine added.
In September 2015, the FBI and the Vancouver Police served a federal search warrant relating to child pornography at McCord’s home in Longview. The investigation revealed McCord had accessed more than 15 hours of explicit sexual content on a child pornography website.
The FBI had continued to operate the website undercover to gather information on the website’s users and material, according to court records. The legal standing of the FBI’s controversial actions have been challenged in federal court, and cases similar to McCord’s have been dropped.
FBI investigators also discovered that McCord had numerous photos and videos on his personal devices that depicted at least three females, later identified as friends or acquaintances of McCord’s, being sexually molested/assaulted while they slept on couches in McCord’s residence, according to court records.
“They (the victims) said what we want is the security to know that he is going to have to register as a sex offender. We recognize that we might lose, we may win, but this for us is a win. … They want the security of the convictions,” Laurine said. “It’s not the easiest recommendation to make, but it’s the recommendation that we got here with.”
Both victims said in court that their lives had been forever changed by McCord’s actions and that they couldn’t forgive him.
“I never knew …that anything horrible had ever happened to me, let alone anyone else. … Do I think classes would help or fix him? Absolutely not. He has dug a hole so deep that, in my eyes, it’s something you can’t get out of or even fix,” the second victim said in her statement.
Defense attorney Edward Debray said McCord regrets his actions and the assaults he committed, and that he would make a good candidate for a SSOSA and treatment.
“I was delusional in those views to think in any way that I wasn’t hurting your lives, that hopefully you will be able to heal your hearts from this pain I’ve inflicted. I’m especially sorry to (the victims). I truly cherish your friendships and you both helped such a lost person feel loved, important and accepted only to be repaid by these inexcusable acts being forced upon your lives,” McCord said as he addressed the court and victims.
Warning said McCord’s apology felt hollow. Ultimately though, Warning agreed to follow the recommendations of the attorneys and the victims.
“There’s an awful lot of reasons for everybody in this room, including me, to be real dissatisfied with this resolution. I understand why everybody reached it. I’m not faulting anybody for it, but you are just blind lucky the circumstances are what they are,” Warning said to McCord. “All that comes down to is you put a foot sideways, you’re going to go to prison for as much as we can give you.

A Milford man is behind bars for sexually assaulting a child and viewing child pornography.
In an affidavit, state police say Evan L. Baker, 54, of the 2000 block of Huber Drive, admitted to touching the child, who described the incident to investigators on June 7.
Police also said Baker told them he had an "addiction" to child pornography and had "incriminating evidence on his cell phone."
Police seized Baker's phone and an analysis revealed 208 websites in the device's history that were indicative of child pornography, according to the affidavit.
Baker was arrested June 29 and charged with a second-degree felony count of possessing child pornography, a third-degree felony of unlawful contact with a minor, as well as misdemeanor counts of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age, endangering the welfare of a child and related offenses, court records show.
He was sent to Bucks County prison in lieu of $500,000 bail set by District Judge Charles W. Baum, records show.
A preliminary hearing is tentatively set for July 12, according to records. Baker did not have an attorney listed on his criminal docket sheet as of Wednesday.

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