Everyday thousands of children are being sexually abused. You can stop the abuse of at least one child by simply praying. You can possibly stop the abuse of thousands of children by forwarding the link in First Time Visitor? by email, Twitter or Facebook to every Christian you know. Save a child or lots of children!!!! Do Something, please!

3:15 PM prayer in brief:
Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
Pray for God to stop 1 girl from becoming a child-bride.
If you have the faith pray for 100 children rather than one.
Give Thanks. There is more to this prayer here

Please note: All my writings and comments appear in bold italics in this colour

Tuesday, 21 August 2018

US Airman in SK; Scottish Councillor; UK Teacher; Vancouver Cop; NZ Grampa Lead Today's Global PnP List

Ex-U.S. airman convicted of child molestation
in South Korea, Japan
ByWooyoung Lee

A U.S. 'stealth' fighter jet taxis on the runway at a U.S. Air Force base in Kunsan on South Korea's central west coast. File Photo/EPA

SEOUL, (UPI) -- A former U.S. airman was convicted of molesting teenage boys in South Korea and Japan and sentenced to a 15-year prison term, according to a U.S. Air Force court document.

The USAF court found the senior airman guilty of molesting two South Korean orphan boys and possessing child pornography.

He was discharged dishonorably and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He was also reduced to a lower rank and stripped of pension benefits.

Yonhap News reported the airman had sexually abused two teenage boys while he was stationed at a U.S. Air Force base in Kunsan, 150 miles south of Seoul. He met them at an orphanage during volunteer work between 2012 and 2013.

Authorities said he transferred to a U.S. Air Base in Okinawa in 2013. There, officials said he was caught molesting a teenage boy in 2014 and the U.S. Air Force began investigating the case.

The probe revealed that he had sexually abused boys and possessed child pornography. Officials said he offered money and gifts in exchange for their silence.

In the document, written by the U.S. Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals, the former airman appealed the court decision in January and said he received an "inappropriate sentence" and was mistreated during post-trial confinement.

Scottish councillor banned from internet
over child abuse images

A former Tory councillor from Perth has been given an internet ban after he admitted downloading 219 images of child sexual abuse.

Retired music teacher Michael Jamieson, 69, can only use the internet with the approval of social workers and has also been banned from having contact with children under 16.

He was also ordered to carry out 180 hours of unpaid work.

Some of the images and video he had were in the most serious category.

Jamieson, a former Rotary Club president, has been placed on the Sex Offenders Register for three years.

Fall from grace

Perth Sheriff Court heard he had been a pillar of society who had suffered a spectacular fall from grace.

Sheriff William Wood said: "As someone who has been very prominent in the community one way or another, this will have caused you a distinct amount of embarrassment.

"It may be argued that your loss of position in society may be punishment enough, but it does seem to me that because of the nature of the charge - including the possession and retention of these images - that there ought to be some further punishment element.

"I have formed the distinct impression from all I've read about you in the reports that you are a man who is full of regret and remorse in relation to your conduct."

Jamieson - who helped to organise the Perform In Perth children's music festival - was arrested soon after being elected to Perth and Kinross Council in May 2017, following a tip-off to police.

Most serious categories

He admitted having more than 200 indecent images of children at his home between 8 August 2014 and 28 April 2016.

The court was told that images - including a video of a sex act involving a young boy - were found on a number of storage devices.

"Police received information that someone at the accused's address may be in possession of images of children. Officers carried out a search while the accused was there with his partner. He made an unprompted reply that there were no images on the computer. When his partner asked what was happening, he said: 'I looked at a couple of photos.'"

UK man admits child sexual abuse images

A man has pleaded guilty to possessing more than 1,000 photos and videos of child sexual abuse.

William Walker, of Workington, admitted five charges, including separate charges of having extreme pornographic images involving dogs and squid.

Carlisle Crown Court heard 80 of the 1,000 images featuring children were in the most serious category.

Walker, 53, was bailed to appear for sentencing at the court on 17 September.

The court heard Walker collected the images between June 2010 and February 2018.

Banned: UK teacher who viewed child sex abuse

Former head of computing is struck off after he admits viewing indecent images of children on his computer
By John Roberts

A computing teacher has been banned from the profession for life after viewing indecent images and videos of children at his home.

James Glazebrook, 38, admitted to police that he had used a chatroom that involved the live streaming of child sexual abuse and viewing indecent images.

A Teaching Regulation Agency panel said that Mr Glazebrook had viewed one or more indecent images or videos between December 2015 and February 2016. The panel ruled that his actions were sexually motivated.

Mr Glazebrook, who at the time was head of computing at Castle Donington College in Leicestershire, “unequivocally admitted” the allegations.

The panel report said that he had been arrested in September last year in connection with his private internet use at home, which had been intercepted by police. The internet use including his viewing of indecent images, streaming of images and sexualised electronic chats relating to boys aged 12 to 16.

'Viewing of sexual abuse'

As a result of his arrest, Mr Glazebrook was suspended by the middle school in September 2017 and resigned in October. 

No criminal proceedings were brought against Mr Glazebrook in connection with his internet use.

Hmmmm. and why is that?

The panel report said that Mr Glazebrook’s actions breached Teachers' Standards and amounted to unacceptable professional misconduct.

The report said: “While the panel noted that these allegations took place outside of the education setting, these were proven allegations by a teacher involving his viewing of the sexual abuse of children. It is inconceivable for these actions not to be taken into account when considering Mr Glazebrook’s profession.”

The panel recommended that Mr Glazebrook be given a prohibition order from teaching without a review period – meaning he is barred from the profession for life.

This was accepted by Sarah Lewis on behalf of the education secretary. She said: “The findings of misconduct are particularly serious as they include a finding of viewing indecent images of children.”

“I have also taken into account the panel’s comments on insight and remorse which the panel sets out as follows: ‘While Mr Glazebrook did admit the allegations at an early stage and some remorse has been indicated by him, which may indicate some insight into his actions, the panel saw no evidence of any other efforts of remediation.

“In my judgement, the lack of full insight means that there is some risk of the repetition of this behaviour and this risks the future wellbeing of children."

Good decision!

Mr Glazebrook has a right of appeal within 28 days.

Former Vancouver Police detective sent to jail
for sex-related crimes

James Fisher pleaded guilty to 2 counts of breach of trust
and 1 count of sexual exploitation
CBC News 

Attorney General and Minister of Justice Suzanne Anton awarded James Fisher a 2014 Community Safety and Crime Prevention award. 'This inspirational group of local heroes shows us that, year after year, our greatest crime fighters are often the people we see every day in our own neighbourhoods,' she said at the time. (Government of British Columbia)

A former Vancouver police detective has been sentenced to 20 months in jail for breach of trust and the sexual exploitation of a teenage girl.

James Fisher was sentenced in provincial court Tuesday, after pleading guilty to three criminal counts for kissing a 17-year-old girl and a 21-year-old woman.

Fisher's sentence includes 90 days for sexual exploitation, to be served concurrently with a 12-month sentence for one charge of breach of trust. Another eight-month sentence for a second charge of breach of trust will be served consecutively.

Earlier this summer, Fisher publicly apologized for his treatment of the two victims, telling the court he was "embarrassed and ashamed" by his behaviour.

The court heard he kissed the younger woman on three occasions for up to 10 minutes. She said Fisher's actions caused her to relapse into drug addiction and drop out of school.

Before he was arrested and charged, Fisher was a 29-year veteran of the Vancouver Police Department and a member of the team that investigates child sex abuse, exploitation and prostitution.

Upon his release from jail, Fisher will serve two years of probation.

NZ grandfather sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for sexual abuse of grandchildren
Emma Hurley

A High Court judge has called a 73-year-old grandfather's sexual offending "depraved" and "systematic".

He has been sentenced to 12 years and two months in prison for the rape and sexual abuse of his three young granddaughters.

The girls were aged between six and eight when the offending occurred as they stayed with him frequently between February 2016 and November 2017.

The offender pleaded guilty to 17 charges of sexual offending including sexual violation by rape, sexual violation by unlawful sexual connection, and indecent acts on a child.

"Staying with a grandfather should be the stuff of fond memory, not nightmare," Justice Downs said during sentencing at the Whangarei High Court on Tuesday.

Justice Downs noted the offender had shaken his head repeatedly while in court and said "lies" as he recounted the facts of the case. The grandfather blamed the kids' behaviour saying they were "naughty" and kept "jumping" on him while in his care. The Judge found this "troubling".

"You need to reflect on what you have done. Only you are to blame. Unless you come to appreciate this, you may be in prison for a very long time."

The sentence was discounted by 15 percent due to the man's age, and his difficulties with hearing and communication.

It was noted there had been "massive changes" in the behaviour of one of the victims, and the others had "become angry, defiant and less able to cope with life's demands".

"Sexual offending can cause incalculable psychological harm, particularly when the victim is a child or young person. This is one reason the law treats sexual offending so seriously," Justice Downs said.

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