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venerdì 1 settembre 2017

CHILD RAPISTS 174

Two brothers from Newton face multiple sex abuse charges after they were accused of sexually abusing the same child, according to criminal complaints. 
Dustin Cooper, 39, and Shawn Cooper, 41, were arrested and booked into Jasper County Jail on Thursday.
Between December 2016 and March 2017, Dustin Cooper sexually abused a girl under the age of 12 five separate times at his home at 813 N. Fourth Ave. W., according to the criminal complaint. He also admitted to performing lascivious acts on the girl, according to the complaint.
Shawn Cooper admitted to sexually abusing the child 12 separate times at his place at 1800 S. Fourth Ave. E. and Dustin Cooper's place between May 2016 and December 2016, according to the complaint.
Dustin Cooper was charged with five counts of second-degree sexual abuse and one counts of lascivious acts with a minor.
Shawn Cooper was charged with 15 counts of second-degree sexual abuse.

A DROITWICH man has been sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to child sex offences.
David Jackson, aged 48, of Blackfriars Avenue was convicted of four counts of attempting to arrange or facilitate the commission of a child sex offence and one count of attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity.
He also admitted one count of making indecent photographs of children and one count of distributing an indecent photograph of a child.
Jackson has also been given a Sexual Harm Prevention Order until further notice and will be placed on the sex offender register for the rest of his life.
Jackson was arrested on June 8 by officers from the Operation Safenet team and specialist officers who investigate those committing online child sexual exploitation within West Mercia policing areas.
Det Insp Gavin Kinrade said: “I hope that this sentence gives a clear warning to other offenders that we are absolutely committed to protecting children from sexual abuse and online child sexual exploitation and offenders will be brought to justice.
“We understand cases such as this may cause our local community concern, particularly parents.
“We would like to offer reassurance that we are committed to doing everything within our power to protect children and vulnerable people.”
He urged anyone who has any concerns about a child being a victim of online child sexual exploitation or abuse to call the police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
“Specialist officers, working together in partnership with support agencies across our region are here to investigate and to bring perpetrators of these horrific crimes before the courts,” he added.
Following the case, the police are also raising awareness of The Lucy Faithfull Foundation which is a registered child protection charity dedicated to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused.
It works with entire families affected by sexual abuse, including adult male and female sexual abusers, young people with inappropriate sexual behaviours, victims of abuse and other family members.
Anyone concerned about their own behaviour or that of someone they know should visit www.stopitnow.org.uk 


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At 10-years old, a boy told his mother he no longer wanted to live according to an investigation by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.
His mother reported to authorities that her son suffered from constant headaches and rampant fear and anxiety. Additionally, the boy could only sleep if she was by his side says a PBSO report.
Through further investigation, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Deputies found that the source of fear stemmed from the brutal sexual battery the boy endured at the hands of Juan Pablo Suazo Funez.
Detectives say the child detailed the encounters between him and Suazo Funez, 54, of Lake Worth.
The victim says Suazo Funez established a molestation routine, which was referred to as “the naked thing,” where the man would touch and penetrate the boy.
The PBSO report also describes how Suazo Funez would force oral stimulation to and from the boy.
According to the affidavit, Suazo Funez would also show pornography by tricking the victim by calling them “good movies.”
In the report, the victim stated that Juan Pablo Suazo Funez expressed interest in engaging in similar behavior with the child’s cousins.
At times he told the child to not tell his mother or he would go to jail says the report.
When Suazo Funez reported to an interview with PBSO’s Special Victim’s Unit, he gave a full confession, admitting to at least five encounters according to the affidavit.
Suazo Funez is charged with five counts of Sexual Battery on a child, showing obscene material to a minor, and lewd or lascivious molestation.

A Boynton Beach man admitted to police that he sexually assaulted a 7-year-old child. He called it a “mistake.”
Boynton Beach police arrested 36-year-old Jason Robyor after he admitted to sexually assaulting the child while the child was asleep.
According to the police, the child woke up during the assault because of pain and pretended to sleep while Robyor forced inappropriate actions on the child.
In the morning, the victim reported the assault to the parents, police say. The parents then took their child to an emergency room where the story came out, according to the affidavit.
According to BBPD, the account was later retold to a victim’s case coordinator in grisly detail.
Robyor was called into a police station for his account. After signing a Miranda Warnings card, he volunteered that he was sharing a bed with the victim and admitted to putting his hands down the victim’s shorts, police say.
Robyor told police he only did it once and that it was a mistake.
Robyor, of the Renaissance Commons community, was charged with sexual battery on a child less than 12-years-old.

A 45-year-old man is accused of sexually abusing children, and Las Vegas police are seeking information about other possible victims.
Police said they arrested Tegrin Shelley after investigating sexual abuse of three children by someone they knew. Shelley is being held at the Clark County Detention Center on multiple counts of lewdness with a child under the age of 14 and two counts of sexual assault against a child under the age of 16.
Detectives ask that anyone with information about the case call 702-828-3421 or, to remain anonymous, call 702-385-5555.

Las Vegas police arrest man on child sex charges Mike Shoro Las Vegas Review-Journal August 25, 2017




A 30-year-old Odessa man will spend 40 years in prison after pleading guilty to six felony charges accusing him of raping his daughter, who was 6 years old at the time of his arrest last year.
Jeramy Sanchez pleaded guilty on Aug. 23 to five counts of aggravated assault of a child and one count of continuous sexual assault, according to a release from the Ector County District Attorney’s Office. Sanchez will have no possibility of parole.

Odessa police began investigating the sexual assault when the girl acted out in class by asking other students if they wanted “to have sex like boyfriends and girlfriends,” which resulted in the students telling a teacher, who then alerted authorities.
The girl later told interviewers that her father abused her sexually and “that she told her father to stop, and he told her not to tell anyone,” a probable cause affidavit stated. The affidavit also reported that the girl said her father recorded a video of the reported sexual abuse.


A sofa surfer has been jailed for abusing a boy while staying at a friend's house.
John Norman was homeless when the boy's family took pity on him but he abused their trust by sneaking into the boy's bedroom and abusing him.
He was jailed after a Judge told him he caused the child to 'lose his sparkle' as the boy struggled to cope with the confusion and embarrassment.
He stayed silent for years before telling his parents, who consulted an NSPCC helpline before deciding to contact the police.
The NSPCC have welcomed the conviction and sentence, which they say highlights the value of their work.
Norman, aged 39, of Esplanade Road, Paignton, denied sexual assault of a child under 13 but was found guilty by a jury at Exeter Crown Court.
He was jailed for three years by Judge Graham Cottle, who ordered him to sign on the sex offenders' register for life and imposed a Sexual Harm Prevention Order which restricts his future contact with children.
He told him:"Having seen the boy giving evidence, it is perfectly obvious that he was an entirely truthful boy who wrestled with what happened and simply did not understand it at the time or know what to do subsequently.
"As is often the case with young children, he was confused, embarrassed and simply did not know how to respond to an incident involving the touching of his private parts.
"He had no idea what was going on or why it was happening. There is a degree of abuse of trust because you had been allowed to stay at the house.
"The consequences for the boy have been very significant. He was an outgoing child but is said by his mother to have lost his sparkle after this incident."
The child, now aged 15, told the jury that Norman had woken him up by nudging him, and then put his hand and his head under the covers. He thought he had been drinking before the assault.
The boy did not tell anyone about what had happened until he was almost 14, when he told first his mother and then his father.
His family called an NSPCC helpline anonymously for advice and then went to the police, Exeter Crown Court was told.
Norman denied having any sexual interest in children. He said the incident never happened and he had never been alone with the boy.
After the case, an NSPCC spokesperson said: "This case highlights the importance of the NSPCC Helpline for any adult worried about a child.
“The Helpline provides a safe space for people to talk through concerns, seek advice and be reassured that a child will be helped.
“Both the victim and his family have showed huge bravery in speaking out. Sexual abuse has a long-lasting effect and we hope the victim in this case is being given the right support to recover.”
The NSPCC Helpline is available for free, 24/7, on 0808 800 5000 or by emailing help@nspcc.org.uk .

Sofa surfer who stole 'sparkle' from boy when he abused him is jailed RICHARD BOOTH 25 AUG 2017

Phillip Kevin James Bruinsma, 42, was sentenced to two concurrent 100-year terms in Montana State Prison — accused of sexually abusing and raping children.
The sentence was issued by Judge Robert Allison in Flathead District Court as per a binding plea agreement on Aug. 25 following emotionally charged testimony from several victims. It was the conclusion of a more than two-year investigation.
Bruinsma, of Whitefish, won’t be up for parole for a period of 35 years. He was given credit for 889 days of time served.
Bruinsma was convicted by way of Alford plea to amended charges of felony sexual abuse of children and felony sexual intercourse without consent. An Alford plea convicts an individual who admits there is a chance that he or she could be found guilty at trial, but allows him or her to maintain innocence.
Bruinsma was designated as a level 3 sex offender, meaning that the likelihood of a repeat sexual offense is high and there is a threat to public safety. There was disagreement between the state and the defense regarding the designation, but ultimately Allison said, “If Mr. Bruinsma isn’t a level 3 sex offender, who is? This is the worst sex abuse case that I’ve ever seen in my career both as an attorney and judge.”
According to court documents, in 2015, Flathead County Sheriff’s Office was contacted by law enforcement in Texas on a tip that an individual had posted advertisements in an online message board reportedly offering underage girls for sex and to trade sexually explicit photos of them.
The user had posted an email address for other board members to communicate with him. A search warrant obtained by the Dallas Police Department showed emails had been sent to and from a Whitefish residence where Bruinsma lived.
Flathead County Sheriff’s Office Detective Jeanne Parker reviewed the emails. One email named individual victims between the ages of 8 and 15 and stated, “Have u ever had experience with a younger girl? I play around with all of them and will share them with likeminded guys. Let me know what you are interested in, should be able to set something up sometime. here’s some pics of the girls ...”
Parker reviewed the photographs identifying the victims and found the emails contained video files of a man having sex with a minor. The email described the videos, stating that with one of the victims, “I slipped her some ambien about an hour before I made these videos while she’s passed out ...” The email purportedly went on to discuss “trading” victims with other men to have sex with.
When Parker interviewed Bruinsma at the Whitefish residence, she showed him non-pornographic images of four victims that had been identified in the emails, whom he also identified, according to court documents. Bruinsma said he took at least one of the non-pornographic photos Parker showed him.
Parker subsequently identified thousands of pictures of child pornography contained in the emails that were sent from the Whitefish residence. The emails, stored on a server, were accessible by the owner of the email address, court documents state.
When law enforcement interviewed the minor who had been sexually assaulted by Bruinsma several years ago when she was 11 years old, she said he had reportedly given her alcohol before raping her.
Back in court, the first victim took the stand to testify and spoke to the broken trust and the destruction left in the wake of Bruinsma’s actions that affected not just her and her family, but “thousands of people.”
“I will never forgive you. I don’t have it in me. I will never forgive this and I will probably never recover — not fully — I’m going to have to deal with this for the rest of my life. And it’s because of you,” she said looking at him.
The victim said because of him she now faces each day with feelings of pain, anger and shame and that every day is a struggle just to get out of bed.
“But the fact that I am up here today ... I am rebuilding myself,” she said.
Through tears the victim tried to encapsulate the magnitude of her feelings.
“I can’t even describe how I feel,” she said, pausing, covering her mouth with one hand. Pushing her hair back she continued. “It’s a lonely existence being in the situation that we are in. It’s lonely. And it’s dark. And it’s terrible. And it’s terrifying.”
After voicing her hatred of him, his actions and the pain he inflicted, she said, “I will not let you destroy me. I will not let you take my life and I won’t let you take my family. We will get through this. We will stand together and get through this. We are strong. Even if you aren’t. You’re a coward.”
Another victim said she hadn’t planned to testify and looked downward, starting to cry. Looking up, her voice trembling, she said, “You ruined my life,” and tapped her chest. “I can never trust a man again. I dropped all my dreams and threw them in the trash.”
Kane County Judge D.J. Tegeler has rejected a bid by Noel Buhay — the Sugar Grove man convicted of sexually assaulting his foster son a decade ago — to have his 45-year prison sentence reconsidered.
Buhay, 50, claimed in a recent motion that the lengthy punishment was "excessive" and failed to consider his otherwise "law-abiding life" before being charged with predatory criminal sexual assault in 2014.
A jury convicted Buhay after Kane County prosecutors at a March trial outlined months of sexual abuse and assaults while the then-pre-teen boy was in the care of Buhay and his wife in Aurora in early 2004. A lawsuit against Buhay tied to that victim is currently pending with a September court date scheduled.
On Thursday, Tegeler set a February trial date for Buhay on dozens of similar charges filed in 2013 relating to a second foster child who prosecutors accuse Buhay of sexually assaulting. Authorities allege Buhay committed sexual acts between February 2004 and April 2005 with the child, who was approximately 11 years old at the time.
Buhay, who has pleaded not guilty to the multi-count indictment, returns to court in October for a pre-trial hearing on those charges.

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