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mercoledì 6 settembre 2017


A Waco man who sexually abused a young family member for seven years beginning when she was 6 was sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Jurors in Waco’s 54th State District Court recommended that Judge Matt Johnson sentence Guadalupe Roberto Munos to 30 years in prison for continuous sexual abuse of a young child and to three years and a $10,000 fine on his conviction for indecency with a child by contact.
Jurors deliberated about three and a half hours Wednesday before convicting the 21-year-old Munos on both counts.
The judge ordered that Munos serve the sentences consecutively, meaning Munos will have to serve a minimum of 31 years in prison before he can be released. Those convicted of continuous sexual abuse of a young child are not eligible for parole.
Munos, who did not testify during either phase of his trial, rejected a plea bargain of 20 years that included the possibility for parole before trial.
Prosecutors Christi Hunting Horse and Sydney Tuggle asked jurors to assess a significant prison sentence, saying the victim, who is now 15, has been traumatized by years of abuse that will linger long into her adult years, if not forever.
Munos’ attorney, David Martinez, of Lubbock, asked jurors for the 25-year minimum. He said Munos is a young man who will have to serve every day of his sentence for continuous sexual abuse with no hope for parole.
The girl testified she was 6 the first time Munos abused her. She said he was hiding in a closet in her room and emerged to molest her. She said the abuse continued on a regular basis until she reached the eighth grade. She reported him after she feared she was pregnant at 13.
“We tell our kids who are scared at night that there are no monsters in the closet,” Tuggle told jurors in summations Thursday. “We tell them it is not real. But we know that he is the monster in her closet. She will never be the child she could have been. She will never be the woman she could have been, and it’s all because of his actions. Think about what it is for a 13-year-old to wake up every day and pray she isn’t pregnant. That was her reality.”
Martinez said after the four-day trial he thinks the sentence was fair.
“He has never admitted his guilt,” Martinez said. “Of course, the jury heard the evidence. I am not displeased with the punishment, with the minimum being 25. I thought it was a fair punishment under the circumstances.”
Hunting Horse told jurors it would be appropriate to consider a life sentence.
“Consider the level of deviance,” she said. “This defendant had access to other girls his own age and those who weren’t his family members. But that’s who he chose, a 6-year-old relative. That shows just an incredible level of deviance.

A previously convicted sex offender accused of raping two young children in Clark County has been indicted.

Charles C. Skelton, 44, faces three counts of rape and three counts of gross sexual imposition.

The victims were 6 and 4 years old at the time of the offenses, according to court records, which deputies alleged occurred in Pleasant Twp. continuously between May of 2016 and March of this year.

Skelton is currently listed as a tier-2 sex offender by the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, court records say. He was convicted of indecent liberties with a child in 2009 in Beaufort County, N.C.

A Little Woods man is accused of molesting and later raping a young girl over a six-year period, starting when the girl was 9 years old, New Orleans police said.
Ricky Hookfin, 52, was booked Thursday (Aug. 21) on a charge of first-degree rape after the victim came forward to NOPD years after the alleged sexual abuse., according to Hookfin's arrest warrant. The victim told NOPD Sex Crimes Det. Claudia Bruce she decided to come forward after recently learning Hoofkin inappropriately touched her 3-year-old male relative, states the warrant, sworn by Bruce. In a forensic interview with the child, the warrant states, the 3-year-old said Hoofkin touched his genitals.
The girl said when the abuse began, Hookfin would come into her bedroom and touch her private areas and masturbate in front of her. The first time he had intercourse with her was when she was 9 or 10 years old, she estimated to police, the warrant says. The abuse ceased when she was 15 years old, the warrant says. 
The warrant, sworn by Bruce on Monday, did not specify how old the victim was when she came forward to police or when she first reached out regarding the allegations.
The girl told police she spoke to her cousin about the abuse back in 2008 or 2009, the warrant says. Police interviewed the cousin, who said she told the victim's mother, which the mother confirmed to NOPD, the warrant says. Additionally, the victim's brother, when interviewed by police, said that he once saw Hookfin inappropriately touching his sister on the sofa. 
The Orleans Public Defender's Office was appointed to represent Hookfin in magistrate court Thursday. Orleans Parish Magistrate Judge Harry Cantrell set his bond at $50,000 and ordered him to sign a protective order barring Hookfin from contacting the victim. Cantrell also ordered Hookfin to report to Orleans Criminal District Court's domestic violence program. 
A child rapist from Spring Valley has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for attacking an 8-year-old girl twice.
The Rockland County District Attorney's Office also announced that Eduardo Najera, 34, of Ohio Avenue will serve 20 years of post-release supervision as part of his March guilty plea to one count of first-degree rape, a felony.
The two rapes happened between June 1 and Aug. 28, 2015, in Najera's residence.
"Today's sentence is a measure of justice for the young victim in this case who endured a traumatic ordeal at the hands of the defendant," Rockland County District Attorney Thomas Zugibe said in a statement.

A man who played a role in a government-backed regeneration scheme has been jailed for historic sex offences against a young boy.
Zamurrad Khan, 57, of St Luke's Close, Little Horton, Bradford, was convicted of two serious sexual offences and one of indecency with a child.
He was cleared of a third serious sexual offence. The offences dated from the 1970s and 1980s.
Khan was jailed for 17 years with an additional year on licence.
Recorder Sophie Drake said Khan had hid the secret of his offending for years.
Bradford Crown Court heard the abuse began when the complainant was about 10 or 11.
Khan put himself forward as some form of religious teacher and had asked the victim's parents if he could take their son to the mosque.
The abuse took place in secluded areas and Khan had "groomed" the youngster before moving on to more serious offending, Recorder Drake said.
"It is clear your abuse of him has had a significant adverse impact on his life," he said.
The complainant, in his victim impact statement, said the abuse had affected his education and caused him physical problems.
A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Police said: "We would like to thank the victim for his courage in reporting Khan's crimes and we hope this outcome will give him some closure and allow him to move on from the abuse he suffered as a child."
In addition to his prison term, Khan was ordered to register as a sex offender for life.

On August 30, 2017, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts filed criminal charges against a man reportedly from Bay Springs, Mississippi for raping a 15-year-old boy on a NCL cruise ship during a seven-day cruise from Boston to Bermuda. T

he sexual assault reportedly occurred on August 14, 2017 while the cruise ship was docked in Bermuda, according to the U.S. Attorney's office in Boston.* 
The federal court filing in federal court in Boston indicates that the United States charged Adam Christopher Boyd, age 30, with one count of sexual abuse of a minor. Mr. Boyd was arrested in Bermuda and faces extradition back to the United States. The court filing indicates that the cruise ship where the rape occurred is the Norwegian Dawn. According to an affidavit from a FBI agent in support of the criminal charges and arrest warrant, the Dawn arrived at the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda on August 13, 2017 where it was scheduled to spend three days before returning to Boston.
The FBI affidavit states that before the rape, the 15-year-old boy was drinking alcohol on deck 13 of the ship with other passengers who he met during the cruise.  Mr. Boyd met the child and informed him that he was an hairdresser and offered to braid the child's hair. Mr. Boyd reportedly asked the child his age and the boy said he was 15-years-old. The FBI reportedly later interviewed another passenger who stated that Mr. Boyd asked him if the boy was really just 15-years-old, and the passenger confirmed that the minor was, in fact, 15-years-old and not 18 as Mr. Boyd later claimed.  
According to the court filing, Mr. Boyd volunteered to escort the boy back to his cabin and offered the boy to stay in Mr. Boyd's cabin which the child declined. The ship's surveillance footage reportedly showed Mr. Boyd and the boy leaving deck 13 early in the morning of August 14th; another passenger verified that the boy appeared to be intoxicated at the time. 

When they reached a secluded area of deck 14, Mr. Boyd kissed the child and put his hands down the minor's pants and felt his genitals, following which he anally raped the child, according to the affidavit.  After the incident, the boy told a group of other teenagers who he previously met during the cruise, that he had been sexually assaulted. He also he told the police in Bermuda, who later came onto the ship to investigate the incident, that he had been "raped."
Sexual assaults of minors on cruise ships is an issue which I write about often; last month NBC News aired an investigation into the sexual assault of minors on cruise shipsNBC News: Hidden Dangers for Children on Cruise Ships. We have written about boys as well as girls being victimized during cruises, not only by crew members but by other adult passengers. Cruise lines are in the business of selling carefree, dream vacations to idyllic destinations; the cruise industry will never warn passengers of the dangers of their children encountering predator crew members or pedophile passengers. 
The U.S. government has jurisdiction to prosecute cases of rape on cruise ships when a U.S. citizen is involved, as either the victim or the assailant.  The criminal charge in federal court in a case of rape of a child is characterized as the "sexual abuse" of a minor; there are no criminal federal statutes for "rape" or "sexual assault."  

Passenger Charged with Raping Boy on NCL Cruise Ship September 1, 2017 Jim Walker

ANCHORAGE (KTUU) - The Anchorage Police Department has arrested 31-year-old James Moen on multiple charges of Sexual Abuse of a Minor.
MJ Thim, APD's Communications Director, says detectives received a report of child sex abuse, on Aug. 25.
An investigation discovered "the abuse occurred in several locations between Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough for two years," writes Thim.
Thim says at the time of the abuse, Moen was in his early-20's, and "the underage female victim was under the age of 10."
Moen confessed to the crime and was arrested.
"He also confessed to sexually abusing other girls," said Thim.
"As a result of Moen’s confession, there could be other victims in the communities of Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough."
If you believe you could be a victim, or if you have children who have spent time with Moen, please call APD Dispatch at 786-8900 (press “0” to speak with an operator).

APD: Child sex abuse suspect arrested, more victims possible Sean Maguire Sep 01, 2017

GREAT FALLS, Mont. — A Montana man has been arrested and charged with felony sexual intercourse without consent involving a 7-year-old girl.
Court charging documents state Gerardo Reyes Jr., 23, was arrested and taken into police custody after the girl told a teacher about the abuse.
A Great Falls Police Department affidavit filed Aug. 31 states that the unidentified victim reported the abuse on the second day of school.
According to the affidavit, school officials called the Department of Family Services, who in turn called the Great Falls Police Department. The little girl was taken to the Cascade County Child Advocacy Center, where investigators completed a forensic interview.
The victim’s recorded testimony was both graphic and detailed, and she told investigators that the assaults had occurred on a number of occasions.
The police affidavit states that the victim claimed to have told her mother about the assaults, but her mother told her that “it must have been a mistake” and that Reyes, Jr. “must have just placed his hand on her butt.”
Reyes also told the little girl not to tell anyone about the incidents, and that it was a secret.
After the interview with the victim, police detectives spoke with the mother. The police affidavit states that the mother confirmed her daughter had told her what had happened, but she only understood this to mean that Reyes had placed his hand on the girl's hip.
Detectives spoke with Reyes, who agreed to come to the police department for an interview.
Reyes was arrested and charged with felony sexual intercourse without consent. He was transported to Benefis Health System for a suspect sexual assault examination, then taken to the Cascade County Detention Center.
Under Montana law, if an offender 18 years of age or older is convicted of felony sexual intercourse without consent with a victim who is 12 years old or younger “the offender shall be punished by imprisonment in a state prison for a term of 100 years” and may be fined up to $50,000. Such an offender would not be eligible for parole for the first 25 years of imprisonment.

ADRIAN — A Riga man will spend at least the next 22 months in prison on a sexual assault charge.
The sentence was handed down Thursday by Lenawee County Circuit Judge Margaret M.S. to Tracy Steven Alanko, 53, in a bifurcated hearing.
“I don’t think I’ve ever interrupted a sentencing before,” Noe said as she resumed the hearing Thursday afternoon. She paused the hearing in the morning as it came time for her to start the weekly felony adult drug court session. Defense attorney Bill McCririe of Brighton was in the middle of reviewing findings of an independent evaluator when Noe had him stop.
Noe told Alanko she wanted to make sure he and his attorney had the time they needed to have their say before she issued her sentence.
As the hearing concluded, Noe ordered that Alanko serve 23 months to 10 years in prison on the assault with intent to commit sexual penetration charge to which he pleaded no contest in May. The 10 years is the maximum penalty for the charge. She gave him credit for the 41 days he already has served in jail since being arrested.
She also ordered Alanko to register as a sex offender for life, have no contact with the victim or any minors younger than 17, complete a sex offender treatment program while incarcerated and pay $198 in court costs.
Alanko earlier asked Noe to “have mercy on me, please.”
He apologized to his family — “They had no part in this. It’s all my fault.” — and said he would like to apologize to the victim — “That’s my fault, not hers. I did it.”
The victim, who is now an adult, was not in court Thursday. She provided a written statement to Noe.
Alanko, who was visibly shaking at times during the sentencing, said he had also asked God for forgiveness.
Noe offered him the opportunity to sit during the hearing, but he declined.
Thursday’s pause was the final delay in a case that was filed in September 2015, alleging Alanko had molested a girl between Jan. 1, 2000, and Dec. 1, 2009, when the girl was 9 and 10 years old. A trial in January 2016 on the original three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct ended with a hung jury.
Alanko pleaded no contest in May to an added count of assault with intent to commit sexual penetration. The original charges were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.
Criminal sexual conduct cases that involve children are the worst,” Noe said.
“This child trusted you as a father-figure in her life,” she continued, saying she trusted him after he told her what happened was their secret. However, Noe said, the victim also felt confused and violated by what Alanko forced her to do.
Noe said the girl tried to tell Alanko “no.” She said Alanko then threatened to harm the victim or others in their home, and the victim became fearful because there were guns in the house.
“She acknowledges that you chose her to be your victim,” Noe said. “She wants you to know she turned out a lot stronger than you thought she would be.”
Noe said the victim also hopes that her words will help others.

Gasps were heard in a courtroom today as guilty verdicts were delivered for a host of sex charges against vulnerable young and disabled females.
The verdicts concluded the week-long trial of a male caregiver charged with sexually abusing children and youth with significant impairments, who had been placed in his care.
The man, who cannot be named, stood trial in the Napier District Court charged with five counts of sexually exploiting a person with a significant impairment, six of rape, two of indecent assault and three each of attempted rape and sexual conduct with a child under 12 years old.
Throughout the week the court heard each of the complainants were placed into the man's care through a variety of agencies including Child, Youth and Family and Idea Services.
Crown prosecutor Jo Rielly told the court the man would wait until the females were left in his sole care before he offended and later described the nature of his offending as "opportunistic".
Each of the victims were female, left in his sole care and vulnerable to the sexual abuse; two of them with significant physical and mental impairments.
The jury heard from one complainant with a severe intellectual impairment, who recalled feeling "scared" when the offending began.
She said she never told anybody what was happening because she thought she would get into trouble and the jury later learned she had an IQ level significantly below the population average.
A clinical psychologist testified to the complainant's understanding of power differentials, being that the person with less power in a relationship would be the one to get into trouble.
Another complainant testified she saw the man sexually abusing another female with impairments so severe she was unable to talk.
She remembered one incident when she was trying to change the female into her pyjamas when the defendant entered the room and insisted on changing her himself.
"I heard her making her noises . . . so I went down [the hallway] and he was on top of her,"
It took the jury just under six hours to find the man guilty of all of the charges, which were amended throughout the trial to reflect the evidence given.
Gasps were heard from the public gallery as, one by one, each of the guilty verdicts were read out, for a total of 15 sex charges.
The jury found him guilty of five charges of sexually exploiting a young person, five of rape, two of sexual conduct with a child under 12 years old and one each of attempted rape, indecent assault and unlawful sexual connection.

Caregiver guilty of raping disabled young in his care 1 Sep, 2017 



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