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lunedì 20 novembre 2017


A 31-year-old Hallsville man was sentenced to 20 years in prison in the aggravated sexual assault of three young children.
The defendant, James Paul Stewart, pleaded guilty to four counts of the offense before 71st Judicial District Judge Brad Morin, who accepted a plea bargain agreement between the state and the defense.
According to Stewart's indictment, on or around April 1, 2016, he performed sexual acts on the children, his relatives. One of the victims, a boy, was 10, at the time. The two girls were ages 8 and 6. Additional court documents show that the children said the defendant also made them have sex with each other.
Katherine Betzler, the ad litem attorney, who represented the children in the case on behalf of Child Protective Services, described to the judge the extensive psychological trauma that the defendant's actions caused the victims.
"If the jury found him not guilty that could be very traumatic for the children as well," Betzler said, explaining why she didn't think it was in the best interest for the case to go to trial.
Not a dry eye was in the courtroom as two of the young victims and their mother's victim impact statements were read in court and directed to the defendant. Loved ones of the victims cried "justice has been served," as the defendant was remanded into the custody of the Harrison County Jail, following his sentencing.
Kristin Kaye, sexual assault prosecutor for the Harrison County District Attorney's Office, said she worked with the victims' ad litem attorney as well as their mother, extensively, to come up with a plea bargain agreement that would ensure justice was served in the case.
"When we work cases like this we always try to do what's in the best interest of the kids," Kaye said. "The evidence in this case was just the word of the children versus the word of the defendant. There wasn't DNA; there weren't any physical injuries or an independent witness or anything like that.
"Historically, when we've tried cases like that, juries have come back and said that there just wasn't enough evidence," she said. "The kids, their mental health has been very fragile since this happened. The youngest girl is in a residential treatment center and the boy, he has had several attempts to harm himself and has been in treatment for that, and so I was very concerned that a trial would be just too hard for them.
"I thought having to get up and testify in front of strangers and everything would just be too much," Kaye reiterated. "(And) of course, when you go to trial, there's never a guarantee, and so we worked out this plea."
Stewart will have to serve a minimum of 10 years before he's eligible for parole.
"The youngest would be an adult (by then)," Kaye pointed out.
Additionally, he'll have to register as a sex offender for life. Kaye said all were in agreement with the terms of the plea bargain.
"I could say that the judge contacted their (CPS) counselor before he agreed to accept the plea because he wanted to make sure that it was what was best for them and the counselor said she felt like the closure and everything was what was best for them, so everybody was on board," Kaye said following the hearing.
Representatives from CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates, who are appointed by the judge to advocate in the best interest of children who are in CPS care) were present at the hearing as well as Bikers Against Child Abuse (BACA).
"Particularly they were there to support (the male victim). He's really formed a fantastic relationship with them and they make him feel safe," Kaye said of BACA.

Two cousins have been jailed after they raped and indecently assaulted two children when the defendants themselves were under the age of 16.
David Jones, 32, and Daniel Woodbridge, 31, were convicted by a jury of several counts of rape and indecent assault of two girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, following a trial at Cardiff Crown Court.
The offences occurred when Jones was aged 15 and under Woodbridge was aged 13 and under.
The court heard that the defendants were “close” to each other and carried out the sexual offences against the two complainants both in the company of each other and alone.
In total Woodbridge was found guilty of seven counts of rape and one count of indecent assault while Jones was found guilty of five counts of rape, one count of attempted rape, and two counts of indecent assault.
A victim impact statement was read out on behalf of one of the victims by Judge Thomas Merfyn Hughes QC, who appeared via video link from Caernarfon Crown Court.
He said: “In her teenage years she struggled to live with her memories and she self-harmed. She has lost trust in forming relationships and finds it hard to engage in physical activity.
“She has become protective of her own children but she hopes to rebuild her life.”
A statement read out on behalf of the other victim said she had difficulty during her teenage years and struggled with her mental health. She said she could not commit to a relationship, was left feeling “insecure”, and she could not not achieve closure until the defendants admitted their offending.
Susan Ferrier, representing Woodbridge, said her client continued to maintain a “staunch denial” of his offending but accepted the jury had found him guilty of the charges against him.
The two men are from from MaestegBridgend.
She said the court should take account of his age at the time of the offences as he was still attending primary school when the abuse began.
Andrew Davies, representing Jones, also asked the court to take into account his client’s age at the time of the offending. He said Jones had learning difficulties and described him as “not a man of high intellectual function”.
Sentencing, Judge Hughes said: “You totally dominated each of the victims.”
He added: “Both of you continued to sexually abuse the victims and did for many years get away with it.
This is a case of sustained and constant sexual abuse of two young girls when they were powerless to prevent it.
Both Jones, of Duffryn Street, and Woodbridge, of Brynllywarch, were sentenced to five years imprisonment.

Steven Letts, who had sex with a pre-teen girl after snatching her from a city centre street and plying her with drugs and drink, was jailed for a total of 18 years.
Letts, 39, of Barton Street, Gloucester, had met the girl earlier this year when she was being accompanied on a shopping trip in the docks area of the city by a support worker.
The girl, had a row with the support worker and then approached Letts and asked him for a 'fag'.

Despite the support worker's protests, the girl walked off with Letts as he cycled away, Gloucester Crown Court heard.
When Letts got the girl back to his flat he plied her with cocaine, cannabis and vodka and then had intercourse with her, a jury heard at his trial last week.
Letts, who is the nephew of Gloucester serial killer Rose West, pleaded not guilty to abducting the girl and raping her but after a six day trial was convicted of both charges.
At court he was sentenced not only for those offences but also for an earlier terrifying aggravated burglary of a house in Gloucester when a young couple and their two children were threatened with a knife.
He also had to be sentenced for a series of other unrelated crimes of possessing a knife in public, theft of bicycles, going equipped for theft, possessing heroin, having an offensive weapon, handling stolen goods, and breaching a suspended jail sentence.
Letts refused to be transported to court today for sentencing and instead watched via video link from Bristol Prison.
But during the hearing he got angry and started ranting when Judge Jamie Tabor QC suggested he was lying about having himself been the victim of assaults before both the rape and the burglary offences.
The judge ordered Letts' microphone be turned off and the hearing continued with him apparently still shouting until he stormed out of the prison video suite.
Announcing Letts' sentence the judge said he had studied him during the course of two trials and had concluded that "he is a very volatile man, he is a compulsive liar and a man steeped in the use of drugs".
The judge said he had no doubt that Letts should be classed as 'dangerous' within the meaning of the law - and also should be categorised as an offender 'of particular concern'.
That would mean he would not be released from his rape sentence until the Parole Board thought he was safe. He would also have to spend an extra year on parole licence at the end of his sentence.
The judge passed a term of 10 years for aggravated burglary and eight years consecutively for rape. A two-year concurrent sentence was imposed for abduction.
An NSPCC spokesperson for South West England said: “This is a disturbing case in which Letts preyed on a vulnerable young girl for his own sexual gratification.
“Not only did he abduct her from a street, he plied her with drink and drugs with the sole of intention of taking advantage of her.
“The victim has shown huge bravery in speaking out and we hope she is being given appropriate support to recover.”
Any adult worried about a child can call the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000. Children can call Childline on 0800 1111.

A manhunt was underway for a 57-year-old man who is accused of raping two girls, both under age 13, in Virginia.
Police in Front Royal identified the suspect as Mike Edward Haymondthe News Virginian reported. The crime happened in October, authorities said.
Haymond, who faces charges of rape and sodomy, has apparently fled the Front Royal area, the newspaper reported. The town of about 14,400 people is located in Warren County, about 70 miles west of Washington, D.C.
Authorities were unclear about the circumstances of the crime, or whether the suspect had any prior relationship with the victims.
Police were offering an unspecified reward for information leading to his arrest. The public is encouraged to contact Landin Waller of the Front Royal Police Department at (540) 636-2208 or

CLAYTON — State police charged Gregory W. Morse with first-degree sexual abuse, forcible touching and endangering the welfare of a child after he touched a child younger than 13 years old.
Troopers said Morse, 55, Clayton, had sexual contact with the victim between July and August.
The investigation was prompted by a mandated report from the Thousand Islands Central School District, troopers said.
Morse, arraigned in Clayton Town Court, had his bail at the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building set at $10,000 cash.
Also aiding the investigation were Jefferson County Child Protection Services and the Jefferson County Child Advocacy Center.
Those with information about Morse are asked to contact Investigator Adam Swenson at 315-482-2080.

George Joseph Ramp, Jr. will be 86 the next time he can call himself a free man. On the day he was set to go to trial, the Harrison County man decided to plead guilty to charges of Touching a Child and Exploitation of a Child. 
The investigation into Ramp began by chance in October 2015 when he was selling electronic equipment in a Saucier parking lot. Two Harrison County Sheriff’s deputies stopped to talk to him, and check out the equipment. While they were talking, Ramp allowed them to look at one of the device's SD card. The deputies immediately saw what they believed to be child pornography and called investigators.
Over the course of the next two weeks, Investigator Jason Walker obtained search warrants for each device and began searching for more images of child pornography. During his investigation, Walker found more than 4,000 images of child pornography
In addition, Walker was able to identify three victims, all under the age of six, who live on the Gulf Coast.   
"Were it not for the good work of our Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, these children might have suffered further abuse," Harrison County District Attorney Joel Smith said. 
And it's not the first time he's acted. Ramp previously served 10 years day for day for a 2003 conviction for Touching of a Child. 
"Within two years of being released from prison, he had already found and sexually abused three victims," said Assistant District Attorney Alison Baker, who prosecuted the case against Ramp. 
After pleading guilty to the charges, Circuit Court Judge Lawrence Bourgeois sentenced Ramp to 45 years in prison. Ramp quickly asked the judge to suspend at least part of the sentence, and the judge just as quickly refused. 
"You were a friend to these children and took advantage of that situation to indulge your sexual desires and to exploit defenseless children," said Judge Bourgeois.   
The 41-year-old will have to serve all 45 years due to the nature of the charge being a sex offense

MADISON — A Norfolk man accused of raping a 10-year-old child is being held on a $1 million bond.
Tate Pirnie, 24, pleaded not guilty to first-degree sexual assault of a child under the age of 12 in Madison County District Court, and his attorney asked for a reduction in the 10 percent of $500,000 bond that had previously been set.
If convicted of the Class 1B felony, Pirnie faces 20 years to life in prison, with a mandatory minimum sentence of 15 years, during which he would not accrue any good time.
Madison County Public Defender Matthew Headley said his client’s family likely could come up with 10 percent of a $100,000 bond and that Pirnie had resided in Madison County for a number of years. Headley said Pirnie had no prior felony offenses and was planning to reside with his fiancee and child.
Deputy Madison County Attorney Matthew Kiernan asked that the court take judicial notice of the affidavit for arrest warrant as well as the fact that the victim in the case was a 10-year-old at the time time of the incidents.
“The allegations are very disturbing. The state believes that bond has been set appropriately and should continue as-is,” Kiernan said.
According to court records, the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Child Abuse Hotline received a report from Alicia Dorcey of Grace Counseling who is working with the victim. The victim and her siblings had been removed from their parents’ home and placed into foster care in January 2017.
Before the placement, the children were left in different homes by their homeless parents, including the home of Tate Pirnie at 215 N. Ninth St. in Norfolk.
In a September interview with the Northeast Nebraska Child Advocacy Center, the victim said Pirnie had raped her in September 2016 and indicated she could remember all or part of two separate incidents involving sexual contact.
An older sister of the victim was interviewed as well and stated she had observed Pirnie going into the victim’s bedroom at night and staying in there for about 20 minutes. The sister said she then went to the victim’s bedroom and found her sitting in her closet and crying, though the victim wouldn’t say why at that time.
In an interview with Norfolk police, Pirnie “suggested he did not remember doing anything to (the victim).” Later, Pirnie suggested he would consider admitting to the assaults “just to get it over with” if he knew he wouldn’t end up on a “pedophile list,” court records say.
In court, Judge James Kube took several minutes to read from a file in front of him before making his decision on Pirnie’s bond request.
Judge Kube then said that based on the information in front of him and the content of the probable cause affidavit, he would be increasing Pirnie’s bond to 10 percent of $1 million. Pirnie was also ordered to have no direct or indirect contact with anyone under the age of 16, including the victim.
Pretrial in the case was set for Dec. 18 at 9 a.m., and trial is scheduled to begin on Jan. 9, 2018, at 9 a.m. Pirnie remains incarcerated at the Madison County Jail.

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – An East Tennessee man was convicted of raping a 12-year-old.
The Knox County District Attorney's office obtained the conviction against 41-year-old Anthony Demarcus Martin. According to the DA, the victim went to Martin's house four years ago to play video games, fell asleep and woke up to being raped by Martin.
Martin was previously convicted of several crimes against children. In March 2014, he was convicted of Statutory Rape by an Authority Figure for a case involving a different child. In April 2012, Martin was convicted of Aggravated Assault, after he punched a 16-year-old child and repeatedly kicked the child in the head until the child lost consciousness.
District Attorney Charme Allen said the following about Martin in a statement following his conviction: "This sex offender will not be able to harm another child because of the bravery of a young man who had the courage to come forward and confront his accuser."
Martin is due in court for sentencing on December 15 and he could be sentenced to between 25 and 45 years in prison.

Sex offender convicted of raping 12-year-old WVLT Nov 15, 2017

A PAEDOPHILE who committed a “catalogue of grave sexual crimes” over three decades has been jailed for 20 years.
Colin Stubbs, 65, was found guilty of rape, buggery, and 14 counts of indecent assault following a trial at Bradford Crown Court.
The jury heard that Stubbs had abused his first victim when she was aged between 12 and 13, including one instance where he raped her on a kitchen floor.
Stubbs abused a second girl over a period of nine years.
The court heard his actions progressed from sexual assault to rape, including one instance on a local cricket field.
The offences took place when Stubbs, of Moor Lane, Birkenshaw, was living in the Holme Wood area of Bradford. His offending came to light when his second victim made a report to police in 2015.
In impact statements read to the court yesterday, Stubbs’ first victim said the abuse had left her feeling “ashamed, dirty, and sick to the point of hurting myself”.
His second victim spoke of the “soul-destroying damage” Stubbs had caused, leaving her suffering from health problems including depression, OCD, anorexia and post-traumatic stress disorder.
She said: “The emotional scars that remain to this day cannot be measured. I get the compelling urge to run and hide. I feel like a wounded animal. I will carry this burden with me until I die. It is purgatory, a life sentence.”
Judge Jonathan Rose said Stubbs’ actions classed him as an “offender of particular concern”, meaning he would not be released at the halfway stage of his sentence.
He told the defendant he would be subject to an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order and must register as sex offender for the rest of his life.
Judge Rose said Stubbs, who the court heard had no previous convictions, had caused “substantial, significant, ongoing, and permanent damage” to his victims without showing any expression of remorse.
He said: “For nearly 20 years you engaged in perverted and disgusting paedophilic sexual activity. You have been convicted due to the courage of these women to come forward.
“You must reflect on the long-term damage you have caused to two innocent children.”



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