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A child rapist from Swansea who ‘revelled in sadomasochistic sex with children’ has been jailed for 20 years.

Anthony Malcolm Roche, of Birchgrove, was jailed at Swansea Crown Court on March 18 last year.

Police found documents detailing the sick fantasies which he had acted out on a young boy when they arrested the 54-year-old.

Roche told his terrified victim that he was his ‘pet’ or his ‘slave’, Sir John Griffith Williams told London’s Appeal Court.

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He raped the boy and made him pleasure him and perform sex acts on him.

He made him dress up in a girl’s school uniform and forced him to walk around naked wearing a collar and lead.

Roche gave the boy cannabis to smoke, assaulted him with a sex toy, chained him to a banister for hours and secured him to a bed with handcuffs and belts.

He was convicted of 14 counts of indecent assault and eight counts of rape.

Police found chains, leads, restraints and sex toys at his property.

There were also ‘pages of sexual scenarios’ written by Roche which ‘chimed exactly with what the complainant said had happened’.

The judge who jailed Roche described his crimes as ‘repulsive, shocking and pitiless’ and the impact on the victim as ‘profound’.

“You revel in and lust after sadomasochistic sex with children’, he told Roche.

But his barrister James Hartson today argued his jail term was far too tough and should be cut.

Sir John said the victim was ‘subjected to a level and extent of corruption which in many places beggars belief’.

Roche had ‘ruined this victim’s life’, added the judge, who was sitting with Lord Justice Treacy and Mr Justice Gilbart.

He ruled there could be ‘no criticism whatsoever’ of the sentence passed and that it was ‘well-justified’.

Child rapist from Swansea 'revelled in sadomasochistic sex with children' STRAND NEWS  9 MAR 2017

WAYNESBURG – Eric Stull, who pleaded guilty last year to raping a young girl for nearly a decade, should be considered a sexual violent predator who is likely to offend again if ever released from jail, a counselor investigating his case testified Friday.
Julia Lindemuth, a member of the state Sex Offenders Assessment Board, testified Stull showed many signs of sexual deviate behavior and diagnosed him with pedophilic disorder, which she called a “lifetime condition.”
He could not stop himself from this,” Lindemuth said.
State police arrested Stull last April after finding 35 videos at his Morgan Township residence showing him molesting and raping a young girl beginning in May 2006. Police said he was producing child pornography and shared some of the videos on the internet through file-sharing groups.
Stull, 49, pleaded guilty Oct. 12 to 34 felony counts each of child rape, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child and unlawful contact with a child, along with another 30 counts of corruption of minors. He also faces federal charges for producing and distributing child pornography, including the videos he took while abusing the girl.
The victim expressed pain after multiple instances, but the abuse continued,” Lindemuth said.
Friday’s proceeding before Greene County Judge Lou Dayich was to hear testimony on whether Stull is a sexually violent predator, which would not change the sentencing guideline, but determine reporting standards if he’s ever released.
Stull, shackled and wearing an orange prison jumpsuit, quivered as he listened to Lindemuth’s testimony.
Lindemuth said she drew her conclusion from evidence that Stull showed interest in the prepubescent girl over several years. He also had power over her because the abuse started when she was a toddler. She added Stull’s claims of PTSD while in the military were unlikely to have caused the pedophilia.
There’s no cure for pedophilia,” Lindemuth said.
Dayich said he will “consider all factors” and is expected to rule by Wednesday on whether to label Stull a sexually violent predator. A sentencing date has not been set, but Stull faces as long as 20 years in prison for each child rape charge.
Stull is being held without bond in Washington County jail.

Jerald D. Medders, 51, of 6 Zelda Place in Palm Coast, was arrested on three counts of rape on a 16-year-old girl, a first-degree felony. Medders, who also spells his first name “Gerald,” was arrested at his home and booked at the Flagler County jail on $300,000 bond. He was to have his first-appearance hearing before a judge this morning.

Medders blamed his victim.
The victim, according to Medders’s charging affidavit, reported to a counselor last week that Medders had been having sex with her for three months at his home on Zelda Place—in the backyard, in the garage and, the last time it occurred, in his daughter’s bedroom. The girl was 15 when the assaults began, after he had made several advances toward her. She had told him it wasn;t right, according to a case report, but he went on.
Medders has known the victim for many years, and according to the affidavit, had been telling her that he was attracted to her since she was 13. He had a relationship with the victim’s parents, and “used his relationship with her parents to get close to her.” (Most instances of child sexual crimes involve perpetrators who are either family members of the victim, or who are known to the victim through friends or relatives, with the perpetrator using those relationships to get close to the child.)
Medders “would come to her house, talk to her parents, and then become ‘touchy feely’ with her,” the victim told the Child Protection Team when she was interviewed on March 10. According to the victim, Medders “has constantly told her that she has ‘provoked’ him to have sexual intercourse with him, and that it would be her fault if they got caught,” a common ploy among adults who prey on children. It apparently worked: the victim’s mother in an email to investigators subsequently said her daughter blamed herself. The victim said she tried to walk away from the encounters, but he would encourage her to remain with him.
Flagler County Sheriff’s investigators set up a controlled phone call between the victim and Medders, as the two had spoken about the sexual relationship over the phone in the past. The call was placed from the victim’s home to Medders in the early evening of March 10. Somehow he knew that law enforcement had been to the victim’s house recently. He asked why. He’d tried speaking with the victim’s mother, but she’d walked away from him. The victim evasively told him she’d been in trouble, but that she was fine.
She then tells him that her parents have been thinking that she and Medders were “doing something,” finding it strange that Medders is always around the girl. “Well, we can stop that shit,” Medders tells the girl, “and be friends, you know what I mean?” Incredulous, the girl asks him how he could take back everything that had happened. Medders laughs. “Come on, man” he tells her, assuring her that there’s nothing to figure out, and that the two will always be friends. When the alleged victim tells him that her parents will “figure out the whole sexual situation,” Medders replies: “I don’t think so.”
Perhaps sensing something, he then tells her he won’t speak on the phone about it anymore, tells her to speak with him in person, and hangs up. Earlier in the same conversation, Medders had told the girl that he has been “an outlaw” his entire life and that he knows law enforcement “down to a science.” (Medders faced a felony charge in Flagler in 2000 for attempting to elude a cop; he completed a pre-trial intervention program and the charge was dismissed. He was found guilty of a misdemeanor charge of driving on a suspended license in 2007. In 2013, a woman filed for an injunction against him for protection against repeat violence. She was denied. Medders divorced in 2008. )
On Tuesday afternoon (March 14), the victim went to Medders’s house on Zelda Place, wired, as investigators monitored her. Medders was home. She asked to speak with him outside. He complied. In the recorded conversation, the victim tells Medders that she fears being pregnant. (The fear was not unfounded: she had spoken of it to her parents.)
Medders, constantly using expletives throughout the conversation, is disbelieving. “You know all I want to do is be your friend and shit man,” he tells her. “You know fucking every fucking thing that we’ve done is wrong baby, you know that. These motherfuckers will lock me up and throw me away the rest of my fucking life man! I fucking raised babies man, I’m in here now with my two fucking grandbabies. I mean… I… it’s just, you know that’s why I said, ‘wait till you’re 18, wait ‘till you’re 18,’ we talked and talked and talked about that 100 fucking times.” She asks him why he’s blaming her. He says he’s not. He suggests they should stop what they had been doing.
He tells her he’s a “smart man,” and, again turning the conversation to himself, said, referring to the girl’s feared pregnancy, “never had this happen to me” in 20 years of marriage. He tells her he can get a pregnancy test for her, then, again deflecting responsibility, suggests medication she was taking could be causing her to have missed her period.
In the March 11 email the alleged victim’s mother had written investigators, she said her daughter had asked Medders: “How do you look my parents in their face and talk to them after knowing what we’ve done?” His reply, the mother claimed, was: “I feel bad, but I’d do it anyway. I’m a career criminal and this is what I do.”
Detectives were able to gather key forensic evidence that will be analyzed for DNA.
On March 15, Circuit Judge Dennis Craig signed a warrant for Medders’s arrest. At 7 p.m. Wednesday, Flagler County Sheriff’s deputy George Hristakopoulos served the warrant to Medders at his house and booked him at the Flagler County jail. His initial bond had been set at $150,000, according to a sheriff’s release issued Wednesday evening. After his first appearance before a judge this morning, the bond was doubled, to $300,000.

Palm Coast’s Jerald Medders, 51, Held on $300,000 Bond Over Child Rape Charges FLAGLERLIVE | MARCH 16, 2017

A man who raped a child was caught after his young victim told nursery staff she had been abused.
Paul Moffat, 30, of Hopeman, Moray, began abusing the girl when she was just four years old.
At the High Court in Glasgow, he wept after he was found guilty of raping and sexually abusing the child between January 2014 and May 2015.
Moffat was remanded in custody by judge Lord Matthews and placed on the sex offenders register.
He will be sentenced next month.
Moffat denied the charges against him and claimed the girl was lying.
The court was told that searches of his computer and phone revealed searches had been made for "pre-teen sex", "Lolita" and "pre-teen underwear model".

'Very serious offence'

Moffat denied that he had made the searches and claimed anyone could have accessed his phone or computer because they had no passwords on them.
The court heard that the offence came to light after the girl told staff at her nursery that Moffat had abused her.
Prosecutor Sheena Fraser said: "The police were called in and the girl then revealed more information to her mother about what Moffat had done."
The young girl did not have to give evidence in court.
The jury was shown a video interview of the girl's interview by police and social workers. They were then shown another recorded video of her being asked questions by defence advocate David Moggach.
Judge Lord Matthews told Moffat: "The jury has convicted you of a very serious offence."
After the verdict, he told the jury: "It was a relatively short case, but a particularly unpleasant one."

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CHRISTIANSBURG — A Blacksburg man’s pleas on Monday brought two convictions of raping a child — and prevented a jury trial that could have brought a mandatory sentence of life in prison.
Michael Lashawn Brown, 35, entered Alford pleas to two charges of raping a child under the age of 13. In an Alford plea, a defendant maintains his or her innocence but admits the prosecution has enough evidence to win a conviction. An Alford plea is treated as a guilty plea.

Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Robert Turk accepted the pleas and found Brown guilty on both charges. The judge ordered a pre-sentencing report and set a sentencing hearing for June 19. Brown faces maximum terms of life in prison on each charge but not the mandatory life in prison that could have resulted.
The difference in sentences stemmed from the details of the charges against Brown. Prosecutors had amended the initial rape charges to also include Brown’s age under a Virginia law that mandates a life sentence for such convictions.
Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Dean Manor explained that the prosecution was basically un-amending the charges, returning them to the original counts and leaving it to the judge to decide a sentence — which would add to the lengthy prison term that Brown is already serving for other convictions.
A charge of forcible sodomy was nol prossed, or dropped, Monday.
All of the charges involved a single victim, the daughter of a former girlfriend of Brown’s. The convictions were for acts that occurred in 2009 and 2011.
Brown had been charged in Pulaski County with more attacks against the same girl. He was acquitted in 2014 in Pulaski County on two charges of raping a child under the age of 13. After a 2015 jury trial in Pulaski County Circuit Court, Brown was convicted of two charges of aggravated sexual battery against a child younger than 13. He was sentenced to serve 40 years in prison.
Montgomery County Commonwealth’s Attorney Mary Pettitt wrote in an email after Monday’s hearing that the victim’s family was glad that she did not have to testify again.
A jury trial had been scheduled for Monday on the Montgomery County charges. A pool of potential jurors waited down the hall as Brown made his pleas.
After Brown was led away by sheriff’s deputies, Turk left the bench and hurried from the courtroom to personally thank the would-be jurors for coming in — and to tell them they did not have to spend the day in court after all.


RAJANPUR: A 13-year-old rape victim gave birth to a child, which will be the sole evidence that will lead the court to the rapist.

The victim’s family said that the girl used to take tuitions at a house in the neighbourhood where 40-year-old Kashif raped her.

When the family went to court the case could not proceed further due to lack of evidence. It was then the girl’s father decided that he needed to bring his daughter’s unborn child in this world.

The minor girl gave birth on November 17, 2016 following which the local court had ordered a DNA test to determine parenthood.

However, the key accused in the case failed to appear in the court during the last two proceedings.

KINGSTON (WATE) – A Roane County man was sentenced to 120 years in prison on child rape charges.
John Paul Little, 40, was convicted by a Roane County jury in December after a two day trial on four counts of rape of a child, a Class A felony that carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years. He was sentenced to 30 years for each count and all four must be served consecutively.
Prosecutors said the abuse started when the female victim was five years old and continued until she was nine. She is now 14 years old. Evidence at trial showed Little used a position of trust to take advantage of the girl.
Little was first indicted in 2013 and convicted on drug charges. He has therefore been in state custody since January 2016. The 120 years for child rape will begin when his sentence on the drug charges ends.

Roane County man sentenced to 120 years for child rape WATE 6 On Your Side Staff

PITTSFIELD — Though she may never see a dime of the $2.6 million settlement awarded to her, a child rape survivor is still "ecstatic" about the ruling, according to her attorney.

On March 9, Judge John Agostini awarded the damages to a 28-year-old woman, identified in court documents as "Jane Doe," as the result of a civil suit brought against her attacker, Darrell R. Croshier Jr.

Croshier, who pleaded guilty in June 1998 to five counts of rape and abuse of a child, three counts of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 and one count of assault with the intent to rape, was sentenced to four years in prison, followed by eight years of probation.

The assaults began when Doe was 5 and continued until she was 9, according to her attorney, Robert A. DiTusa.

DiTusa said as Doe got older, she began to have a lot of questions about why the assaults happened. DiTusa said she remembers the rapes, but didn't have much to say in the criminal process due to her age.

"This was a way for her to get results," DiTusa said. "To give a voice to that 9-year-old child that was not heard."

He said the size of the award made Doe feel that the judge really listened to her.

DiTusa said the original complaint did not specify any amount of damages, but during the February hearing, he did make Agostini aware of the amount of damages awarded in similar cases.

Doe testified for about two hours during that hearing, DiTusa said.

Because there is not insurance involved in the case, DiTusa said the chances are slim that Doe will see much, if any, of the awarded damages, but it was still important to pursue the case in an effort to take back some control of her life, he said.

Doe was able to bring the claim due to a 2014 change in Massachusetts law which allows a victim of sexual abuse until the age of 53 to bring a civil suit against their attacker.

In his decision, Agostini said Croshier repeatedly raped and abused Doe as well as psychologically abused and terrorized her.

Agostini found Doe suffered significant physical and psychological injuries as a result of the abuse including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, insomnia and requires "considerable" medications.

"Her ability to have substantial personal relationships is greatly compromised and her self-esteem is minimal," Agostini wrote in his decision. "For a considerable period of time she has been lost, confused and essentially disoriented."

"However," he wrote, "there is a real sense of optimism that [Doe] can overcome some, if not all, of her present problems."

Doe felt, "my community listened to me," DiTusa said.

Croshier did not appear nor participate in the civil hearing, according to court files.

GREENFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – A Montague resident has been sentenced to four years in state prison, after pleading guilty in a child rape case.
Mary Carey, spokesperson for the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office, told 22News that 55 year-old Steven Willard pleaded guilty last week to one count of statutory rape and abuse of a child and one count of unnatural acts with a child under 16. Carey says that the abuse took place in Montague from January 2011 to January 2012.
In a statement sent to 22News, Assistant District Attorney Caleb Weiner said they are glad that the victim sought justice in the case.
“The Montague Police and the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office wish to acknowledge the courage of the victim in coming forward and seeing the case through to its resolution,” Weiner said.
At Franklin Superior Court in Greenfield on Monday, Willard was sentenced to four years in prison followed by 10 years of probation. During his probation, he will have to submit to GPS monitoring and may not have any unsupervised contact with children.

Montague resident sentenced to 4 years for child rape Anthony Fay March 20, 2017


TEMPO.COKaranganyar - Karanganyar Police arrested a man suspected to be a pedophile. The suspect, Fajar, has sexually abused 16 underage boys.
Karanganyar Police Chief Commissioner Ade Safri Simanjuntak stated that the case was revealed following a confession from one of Fajar's victims. "The victim confessed to his teacher, that he was once sexually abused by the suspect," said Ade on Monday, March 20, 2017.
School administrators immediately reported the discovery to the victim's parents, where they followed it by reporting the case to the police. "We acted swiftly by collecting initial evidence and witness statements," Ade said.
After police obtained enough initial evidence, including the victim's report, they immediately arrested the suspect who lives in the same neighborhood as the victim.
According to Ade, the suspect has been committing his crimes for 14-years between 2003 and 2016. "A victim was even sexually abused three times," Ade said.
Ade stated that the suspect targets 8 to 10-years old boys. "One of his [earlier] victims is now an adult," Ade added.
Ade explained that the Police are currently approaching other victim's families. Ade added that there are parents who were not even aware of their child being a victim of pedophilia.

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