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A ‘DANGEROUS’ and ‘manipulative’ former Islander has been jailed for more than 17 years for a string a child sex offences in the UK.

Kevin Giannoni – who is believed to be a former Le Rocquier student – used alcohol and cigarettes to lure teenage girls to his home and groomed his victims to the point where they regarded him as an ‘uncle’.

The 53-year-old’s abuse spanned eight years until one of his victims told her mother, Wolverhampton Crown Court heard.

He was jailed for 17½ years for eight counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, three counts of causing a child to watch a sexual act, one count of sexual assault and two counts of making indecent images of children. He denied the offences but was convicted by a jury.

Once at his home, Giannoni would sexually abuse the victims despite them rejecting his sexual advances.

Giannoni would allow the girls to drink and smoke, which their parents would not permit, give them ‘lessons’ in sex and threaten to tell their parents what they were doing at his home to control them.

Giannoni, who lived in Coseley, West Midlands, at the time of his arrest, had pictures of the girls naked on his computer, which were taken after he had plied them with alcohol.

Claire Nicholls, district crown prosecutor with the West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service’s Rape and Serious Sexual Offences Unit, said: ‘Kevin Giannoni is a very dangerous and highly manipulative individual who preyed on young vulnerable teenage girls for his own sexual gratification.

‘He took advantage of the situations that the victims found themselves in and gave them alcohol and cigarettes and bought them gifts in order to carry out his crimes.

‘During these sexual assaults, the victims rejected his advances and refused to consent to his actions, yet he continued with his abuse over a period of nearly eight years.

‘I would like to praise the bravery of the victims in supporting this prosecution and their courage in helping us bring this dangerous sexual predator to justice.’

One of Jeffrey Gene Anderson’s victims called him a monster who preyed on three children who have to live with the lasting effects of sexual abuse.
The victim told a Stanislaus Superior Court judge on Thursday that Anderson raped her. The woman, standing a few feet away from the man who sexually assaulted her, said the repeated abuse she suffered as a child has left her with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
“He attempted to teach me that what he was doing was okay,” she said in court standing next to “Honor,” a trained assistance dog provided by the Stanislaus County District Attorney’s Office to comfort witnesses and victims.
She said she no longer trusts men, feeling like she can never love a man or be loved. She said just hearing the name “Jeff” or “Jeffrey” makes her shiver.
The victims were given an opportunity to speak in court before Anderson, 48, of Modesto, was formally sentenced to 24 years in prison for sexually abusing two girls and a boy over two decades.
The woman, identified in court as “Jane Doe 1,” said 24 years in prison will not give her back what Anderson stole from her. But his prison sentence gives her some solace, she said, knowing Anderson will never do this to another boy or girl again.
The abuse occurred in Amador County in Ione starting in the early 1990s and continued in Stanislaus County in Ceres and Modesto. The victims were related to Anderson.
Judge Shawn Bessey said the sex abuse described has produced the type of emotional scars the victims will have to live with for the rest of their lives. He said the 24-year prison sentencing he was imposing is what was agreed upon by the prosecution and the defense, but it’s not enough in the minds of many.
Anderson was scheduled to go trial this week but agreed to a plea deal, said Deputy District Attorney Merrill Hoult, who prosecuted the case. Anderson pleaded no contest to three counts of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
Judge Bessey ordered Anderson to register with authorities as a sex offender for the rest of his life. The defendant has already served about five years of his sentence while in custody at the county jail.
The Modesto Police Department Special Victims Unit started investigating Anderson in May 2012, when a teen believed to have been a victim started posting information on social media alluding to her abuse.
The teenager attempted suicide and then confided in counselors at her church and a volunteer at a suicide prevention hot line that she had been molested from the time she was a child until she was 14, according to Modesto police.
At the same time, others believed to have been victims who knew the girl and learned of detectives’ involvement in her case came forward to police.
One of the other victims testified in Anderson’s preliminary hearing in June 2014 the the defendant was her baby sitter. She said in court he sexually abused her when she was from 4 to 8 years old.
She testified that Anderson sexually molested her more than 30 times. “He told me that if I ever told anybody, he would kill me and my family,” she said in court about the defendant.
The mother of Jane Doe 1 and John Doe, the boy sexually abused by Anderson, wrote a letter to the judge the prosecutor read in court. She says Anderson destroyed her family, and he’s solely responsible.
She wrote that the day police launched their investigation of the defendant is “the day I found out that Jeff Anderson is a monster.”

Modesto man convicted of child sex abuse called a ‘monster ROSALIO AHUMADA OCTOBER 12, 2017

FORDSVILLE, Ky. (WBKO) – An Ohio County man was arrested for sexually abusing a child.
The Ohio County Sheriff’s Office arrested Douglas Roach after an investigation into claims he sexually abused a minor less than 12 years old.
Roach was arrested and charged with first degree sexual abuse; victim under 12 years of age and first degree sodomy; victim under 12 years of age. 

Ohio County man arrested for alleged sexual abuse of a child WBKO News Oct 12, 2017

A man jailed for 15 years after being convicted of an “unspeakably wicked” catalogue of sex offences against children, including rape, has launched a bid to slash his sentence.
Eric Rafferty, 70, has lodged an appeal against his 15-year jail term.
A spokesman for the Scottish Court and Tribunal Service confirmed the case will call at the appeal court in Edinburgh next week.
Rafferty was found guilty after a trial at the High Court in Aberdeen earlier this year – and was later handed the jail term by Judge Lord Uist.
He denied the allegations against him, but was convicted of two charges of rape which involved him assaulting two girls over a number of years.
The offences, which began in the 1980s, took place over an eight-year period at addresses in the North-east and involved four young girls.
Rafferty was also convicted of a charge of attempting to rape one of the girls on various occasions over more than five years, as well as four charges of using lewd libidinous and indecent practices.
Rafferty was originally reported by one of his victims in the 1990s, but it was more than two decades before he faced justice.
On sentencing Lord Uist told Rafferty: “These offences consisted of calculated, systematic and depraved sexual abuse of these children when the opportunity arose for you to engage in such conduct.
These were unspeakably wicked crimes and your victims have all been deeply affected by what you did to them.
And the judge told him that due to the “gravity” of the offences he would have to impose a “very long sentence”.
Meanwhile, the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children Scotland said on Rafferty’s sentencing he had carried out a “campaign of depraved and horrific abuse against children”.
The organisation also said: “This case sends out the message once again that child abuse will not be tolerated, no matter when the offences took place.”
Rafferty was also placed on the sex offenders register for an indefinite period.

A former pastor at a large Lexington church is facing charges after accusations that he sexually abused children.
Police arrested Reid Buchanan. Buchanan used to work at St. Luke United Methodist Church. According to court documents, Buchanan faces two counts of sexual abuse.
Police say two teenagers have come forward claiming Buchanan touched them inappropriately on multiple occasions.
According to police, one of the victims told them the abuse started when she was 12. She says she didn't come forward until the latest incident that happened in July of this year. An arrest report says she told a family members what had happened
According to the police report, the other victim quote "disclosed that the sexual abuse began when she was in the 3rd grade." The document also says one of the incidents happened on a mission trip.
WKYT reached out to St. Luke United Methodist Church after details of the arrest were released. A church representative said any questions needed to be directed to the lead pastor of the church.
Cathy L. Bruce with the Kentucky Annual Conference with the United Methodist Church released the following statement following the incident;
"The Kentucky Annual Conference takes any allegations of misconduct very seriously. When the senior pastor at St. Luke learned of this allegation, the staff member in question, Reid Buchanan, was immediately relieved of his duties and suspended while child protective services investigated. He was suspended the day the church became aware of the allegations, July 23, 2017 and as of August 31, 2017 is on unpaid transitional leave. Mr. Buchanan will not be appointed to any position within the United Methodist Church while this investigation is active.
These allegations do not allege any wrong doing on church property, at church events, nor has the church had any previous complaints about Mr. Buchanan. We are unable to discuss the nature or details of these allegations in greater detail. This is the only statement we will make at this time."
In the police report, it says Buchanan declined to be interviewed but provided a statement denying any wrongdoing.
Buchanan was arraigned in district court. A judge ordered him to have no contact with the teens. He will be back in court next month for a preliminary hearing.

Lexington pastor accused of sexual abuse WKYT Newsroom October 13 2017

PARIS, Tex. (KXII) -- Three Lamar County men, all indicted on child sex crimes, are scheduled to appear in court.
Kerry Lynn Mann of Powderly as well as Ronald Duane Bishop and Eldon Paul Jackson of Blossom have pretrial hearings.
Mann has been indicted on one charge of sexual assault of a child along with indecency with a child and sexual contact.
His jury trial is set for next Wednesday.
Bishop's indictments include continuous sex abuse of a child as well as aggravated sexual assault of a child.

Lamar County trio indicted on child sex charges to make Friday court appearance  Oct 12, 2017

A Rhea County man has made a $150,000 bond after being arrested on child rape charges.
A grand jury indicted David Manser on three counts of child rape.
According to the indictment, Manser raped a girl younger than 13-years-old between the years 2007 and 2009.
Manser appeared in local newspapers and on television promoting his business, Ponds and Plants.

Two paedophile pensioners have had their far too soft jail terms massively increased by top judges.
Derek Dobson, 80, of Town Street, Treswell, had his six-month sentence raised to four-and-a-half years.
And ex-soldier, John Smith, 71, of West Hill Road, Ordsall, saw his five-and-a-half year jail term more than doubled to 12 years.
The Solicitor General, Robert Buckland QC, had referred their original sentences to London's Appeal Court arguing they should have been far tougher.
Both pensioners were locked up at Nottingham Crown Court on August 7.
Dobson admitted five counts of indecent assault, Lady Justice Sharp told the court.
His crimes included licking his young victim and shoving his tongue down her throat.
Smith admitted rape, sexual assault on a child under 13, inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and causing a child to watch a sexual act.
He molested one victim and made another perform a sex act on him, showed her pornographic DVDs and raped her.

Louise Oakley, for the Solicitor General, argued that both sentences were far too lenient and should be increased.
The duo had been given too much credit for their guilty pleas and personal mitigation, she claimed.
Martin Elwick, for Dobson, pointed to his age, otherwise good character and his crimes being 'many, many years ago'.
He was already 'in touching distance of being released' after serving his sentence, said the barrister.
Barry Kogan, for Smith, said the Crown Court judge was 'particularly influenced by the good aspects' of his character.

This included 12 years as a regular soldier, including six postings to Northern Ireland at the height of the Troubles.
He also pointed to his advancing years, remorse and otherwise good character.
Lady Justice Sharp said both pensioners' barristers had 'frankly acknowledged' that, when they heard the original sentences passed, 'they assumed that both cases would be referred' to the Appeal Court.
"The task for the sentencing judge was not particularly easy," added the judge, who was sitting with Mr Justice King and Judge Mark Wall QC.
But the duo's ages and good character 'weighed far to heavily in the scale of his consideration'.

And the credit given for their guilty pleas 'was far too generous'.
"The sentences passed on both defendants were unduly lenient," ruled Lady Justice Sharp.
Speaking after the hearing, the Solicitor General said: "I am pleased the Court of Appeal has recognised that the original sentences handed down were unduly lenient.
"The two offenders attacked their victims over a number of years and this abuse led to long-lasting devastating impacts.
"The increased jail terms now really reflect the severity of the offences."

MIDLAND -- A man has been sentenced to life in prison for Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child and Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child in Midland County.
According to the Midland County District Attorney's Office, 41-year-old Mark Odin Chambers was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison by a jury.
The charge of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child prohibits Chambers from being considered for parole.
According to the DA's office, the case first stemmed from allegations of sexual abuse of two children who were both younger than 14 in 2008 in Midland. The abuse continued even when the victims moved to the Dallas area in 2012.
The case was prosecuted by Midland County District Attorney Laura A. Nodolf and Assistant District Attorney Bonita Tribble. The defense was represented by Daniel Sarabia, Jr.

Man sentenced to life in prison for continuous sexual abuse of a child  Oct 13, 2017

SPRINGFIELD, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A 62-year old Calhoun County man is in jail accused of sexually abusing seven children ages 12 and under.
Calhoun County Sheriff Deputies found out about the alleged abuse in October, but investigators believe it's been going on for years at a home in Springfield.
Seven siblings revealed to investigators that they had been sexually abused for several years, but they were told not to tell anyone.
Calhoun County Sheriff Sgt. Kevin Callahan said, “A lot of anxiety in the children themselves. So for them to be able to, it speaks volumes about the interviewers and their ability to make the children comfortable enough to actually tell what happened.”
As a result of those interviews, Calhoun County detectives arrested a 62-year-old man and searched three different locations; His home, a business, and a storage unit in Pennfield.
Callahan said pornographic material was showed to the children and detectives suspect that material will be found in electronics.
He said, “A lot of computer hardware located at the residence. Hard drives, thumb drives, towers, laptops.”
At this time the parents of the children are not facing charges and it is not clear what if any knowledge they had of the abuse.
Callahan said one of the children told a grandparent what was going on and that grandparent went to Child Protective Services, who contacted the Calhoun County Sheriff's office.
The 62-year-old man faces numerous charges including criminal sexual conduct in the first and second degree and additional charges are expected as the investigation continues. He is expected to be arraigned on October 13.
Callahan says cases like this are extremely difficult for detectives
He said, “Most officers have children and when you dig into these types of cases, it breaks your heart.”




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