Jafar Adeli - Leicester

Pleaded Guilty To Attempting To Meet A Child (14) Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved 27 Months Custodial Sentence, 10 Years On The Sexual Offenders Register & Faces Possible Deportation More »

Peter Hyam - South Ockendon

Pleaded Guilty To Two Counts Of Arraging To Meet A Child For Sex & Making Indecent Images Of A Child, He Was Sentenced To 32 Months Custodial & 10 Years On The Sexual Offenders Register More »

James Stone - Nottingham

James Stone, 24, pleaded guilty to: • two counts of sexual assault with a child • one count of sexual activity with a child • two counts of possession of indecent photographs of a child • one count of possessing an extreme pornographic image, showing a sexual act between a human and an animal. More »

Terry Matthews - Leamington Spa

Convicted For Attempting To Meet A Child Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved A 13 Months Suspended Prison Sentence & Must Sign The Sex Offenders Register For 10 Years More »

Tom Watson - Leicester

Convicted For Attempting To Meet A Child Following Sexual Grooming, Recieved An 8 Month Suspended Sentence & Must Sign The Sex Offenders Register For 10 Years More »

Quisar Yousaf - Coventry

Convicted of 2 counts of arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence. Sentenced To 12 months custodial & is to be deported. More »

Petr Juranek, Leicester

A man from the Czech Republic who sent sexually explicit images to what he believed to be a 14 year old girl has walked away from Leicester Crown Court today (3/3/16) with a 12 month sentence (suspended for 12 months), 5 years on the sex offenders register and barring list – DESPITE activly pursuing a child with sexual advances, indecent images & a video of himself masturbating. More »


Monthly Archives: August 2016

Paedophile downloaded ‘most extreme pictures imaginable’ of newborn babies

Court hears Mark Anders, who also encouraged a six-year-old boy to be raped, has been “terrorised” in jail.

A paedophile who encouraged a six-year-old boy to be raped and downloaded the ‘most extreme pictures imaginable’ of newborn babies was jailed.

Mark Anders, 47, shared his sick stash with other perverts online and urged them to carry out abuse, telling one: “Rape kind of goes with the territory.”

He was today sentenced to six years in prison after prosecutors told Liverpool Crown Court: “More extreme [pictures] it is difficult to contemplate.”

Police found 1,150 indecent images on Anders’ mobile phone when they raided his home in Ingleton Drive, St Helens on June 14 this year.

Robert Jones, prosecuting, said they included 402 Category A – the most serious category – 328 Category B and 420 Category C pictures.

His collection featured videos of newborn babies being raped and he traded 175 of the files.

He was a member of a group called ‘Pics and Vids of Boys’ and chatted with fellow paedophiles on Kik Messenger.

On November 6, 2015 he discussed the abuse of a 15-year-old boy and received images of him.

He encouraged the other man to sexually assault the child and said: “If he’s 14, so much the better.”

On December 25 last year, Anders talked with another pervert about the abuse of a six-year-old boy, saying: “If you’re a boy lover as we are, then rape kind of goes with the territory.”

He gave another paedophile advice about abusing a 12 or 13-year-old boy on June 12 this year.

Mr Jones said: “It was a very depraved state of affairs.”

Anders admitted three counts of downloading, one of possessing and one of distributing indecent images of children.

He pleaded guilty to three counts of encouraging sexual assault of children. He has no previous convictions.

Robert Haygarth, defending, said Anders had already sought treatment and counselling.

He said: “He says ‘what I’ve done is appalling – if you look at the word remorse in the dictionary that is me’.”

Mr Haygarth described him as a “lonely and isolated” man, who helped his mum care for his dementia-suffering grandmother.

He said Anders, who considered suicide, had a heart condition which prevented him from working.

Mr Haygarth told the court Anders was “not of any great stature” and had been “bullied considerably” in prison, adding: “He has been terrorised.”

Judge Neil Flewitt, QC, said there was no evidence the boys referred to in the messages were actually molested.

However, he said: “You acknowledged the conversations were not just fantasy and were conducted in the belief that a child would be abused somewhere in the world.”

The judge said Anders was “in many ways an inadequate man” who would find prison difficult, but was an “offender of particular concern”.

This means he will serve at least half of his sentence in jail and only be released if a parole board deems he is no longer a risk.

He must serve an extended year on licence, comply with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and sign on the Sex Offenders Register for life.

Online ‘how to be a paedophile’ guide gives advice on how to groom, abduct and abuse children

The National Crime Agency is now investigating the sick abuse manual after it was discovered on the Dark Web by Sunday People investigators

A sick “how to” guide for ­paedophiles is being probed by investigators in “Britain’s FBI”.

The National Crime Agency is studying the depraved child abuse manual – which was discovered by the Sunday People .

The warped guide details how to groom children and even ways to capture youngsters off the street.

It recommends puncturing bike tyres or kidnapping pets.

We were alerted to the 270,000-word document which is being distributed on the Dark Web – a part of the internet which can be seen only with special software.

A source said: “The contents of this guide are depraved. It is like an A to Z of paedophilia.”

The 28 chapters tell child-sex fiends how to find and befriend youngsters and go into stomach-churning detail on abuse.

The guide highlights the vulnerability of single mothers and ­children who have special needs.

The author says: “My first and very best recommendation for finding children is to find and engage romantic ­relationships with single mums.”

Possessing paedophile manuals was outlawed last year, with offenders facing jail.

A Crime Agency spokesman said: “We know child sex offenders engage with like-minded individuals and the internet allows them to communicate.

“We will continue to work with our partners, sharing intelligence and information to identify, locate and arrest those who pose a risk to children.”

Paedophile jailed after Peppa Pig World sting

A paedophile has been jailed after being caught in a sting operation at the Peppa Pig World theme park.

Andrew Sealey, 39, ran an online theme parks forum which he used to lure children to attractions, Southampton Crown Court heard.

He was arrested following a sting by a “vigilante paedophile hunter” who posed as a 15-year-old girl arranging to meet for sex in a toilet at the Hampshire park.

Sealey was jailed for 40 months.

He pleaded guilty to eight charges of attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity and one of attempting to meet a child after sexual grooming.

‘Thin line’

Sealey’s behaviour came to light after he talked to another forum member about performing sex acts.

Gary Rogers Brennan became concerned and set up fake profiles of three teenagers.

In messages to them, the defendant sent them pictures of his penis and said to one: “It’s OK you being a virgin and 15, I don’t mind.”

Mr Rogers Brennan got in touch with self-styled paedophile hunter, Shane Brannigan, who confronted Sealey at the entrance to the park in May.

Judge Peter Henry said he had concerns about such sting operations.

‘Fraught with dangers’

“On the one hand I can fully understand the obvious concerns of the public and people who may therefore have been abused,” he said.

“On the other hand, to rely upon this activity of self-styled paedo hunters as a base for criminal prosecutions is fraught with dangers.

“In particular, there is a thin line between someone being entrapped or evidence not being admissible for some reason and a legitimate inquiry.”

Rob Griffiths, defending, said the defendant was “highly over-sexed” but there was “never any risk” to children at the park.

In addition to the prison term, Sealey, of Manor Road, Milborne Port, Somerset was given a sexual harm prevention order and had his mobile phone and laptop destroyed.