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, 7 February 2017

Incest, Pedophile Ring, Really Disturbed Perverts on P&P List Today

Deviate sex / Sodomy on child <12 - Alabama
Guilty on 54 counts over 10 years on boy - Pennsylvania
Councilman gets reverse sentence for rape / sodomy - Alabama
School band teacher facing 17 CSA charges - Oregon
Firemen/clown & mom feed 7 y/o to pedo ring - Oklahoma
Deeply disturbed mobile home park perv arrested - Pennsylvania
Man plea deals sodomy & incest of 12 y/o - Missouri
Pervert finally gets 25 years for CSA of 6 y/o - Alaska

Hoover man charged with sodomy, sex abuse of a child
Carol Robinson, al.com

A Hoover man is under arrest, accused in multiple sex crimes against a child.

Authorities in Shelby County arrested Geramy Shane Kutsch, 38, on Friday, according to court records made public Monday. He was taken into custody on four felony charges.

The warrant against Kutsch said that the crimes happened between January 2011 and March 2014 and that the suspect "engaged in deviate sexual intercourse" with the victim, who was under the age of 12.

Because of the victim's age and the nature of the crimes, no additional information is available.

Kutsch is charged with two counts of first-degree sodomy and two counts of sex abuse of a child less than 12. He was booked into the Shelby County Jail on Friday, and released the same day after posting $180,000.

Court records indicate Kutsch was already awaiting trial on a 2016 charge of unlawful possession of drugs with intent to distribute. He is set to appear in a Shelby County courtroom for the sex abuse charges on March 1. 





Jury finds Johnstown man guilty on 54 of 58
child sexual abuse counts
By Jocelyn Brumbaugh

EBENSBURG — A Cambria County jury found a Johnstown man guilty Tuesday on 54 counts of child sexual abuse based on allegations that he engaged in a relationship with a boy for 10 years.

The jury of seven men and five women returned the verdict in 75 minutes to presiding Judge David Tulowitzki.

David King, 40, was charged with 18 counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a child; eight counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse with a person less than 16 years old; 16 counts of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years old; eight counts of indecent assault of a person less than 16 years old; and eight counts of endangering the welfare of children.

King was found not guilty on two counts each of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse and indecent assault, and guilty on the remaining counts.

Prosecutors said they intend to seek a prison sentence of 25 years.

During Monday's proceedings, the victim testified that he had been molested from the time he was 6 years old until he was 16 and disclosed the sexual abuse to his girlfriend, mother and a guidance counselor.

The victim testified that by age 8, he had been raped on two occasions and performed sexual acts to get out of chores or to spend time with friends.

King took the stand Tuesday morning and adamantly denied the charges against him.

"It never happened," he said.

King testified that the alleged victim, now 19, decided to tell authorities he had been sexually abused out of anger for being punished after King found him trying to sneak out of the home past his curfew.

"(The victim) wanted all the benefits of being a young adult, but none of the responsibilities," King said.

King had custody of the alleged victim through a court order issued in 2001. King said the two had a physical altercation after which a children and youth agency was called and did not find abuse.

Justin Hickox, King's prison cell mate in 2015, testified that King confessed to abusing and raping the alleged victim during a discussion of his case and possible defense strategies.

King denied this version of events and testified that after having an argument with Hickox about his innocence, Hickox threatened to help the district attorney's office with the case.

King's attorney, Tim Burns, said the case came down to who the jury determined to be credible during closing arguments.

Burns challenged jurors to think about why King and the alleged victim had arguments that turned into physical altercations, but the victim did not push King away during the alleged sexual abuse.

"He had every opportunity to fight," Burns said.

The alleged victim also had numerous opportunities to disclose abuse to coaches and other trusted adults, Burns said. And when the investigation for the case first began, King was cooperative with Cambria County Children & Youth and complied with giving caseworkers a tour of his home. "(King) had nothing to hide," Burns said.

Burns described King as a struggling but strict man whose efforts to create boundaries for the alleged victim lead to the charges. "That doesn't make him a monster," he said.

During her closing arguments, assistant district attorney Beth Bolton Penna explained each of the charges against King and summarized the testimonies of the Commonwealth's seven witnesses, including that of Hickox and Lance Alfano, who testified on Monday that King also admitted to molesting the alleged victim when they were in the same prison cellblock.

"(King) adamantly denied it to (the jury), but he confessed to people in prison," Bolton Penna said.

She also discussed the findings of a scar on the alleged victim's anus during a forensic exam performed by Dr. Regina Kupchella, and testimony Monday from King's ex-girlfriend of more than 9 years, who said King and the victim showered together until the boy was 11 years old.

No DNA evidence was presented. Bolton Penna said that was impossible because the alleged victim came forward a month after the last occurence of abuse.

"I'm asking you to focus on what we did present," she said, calling the victim "robotic and mechanical" due to King's strict instruction to show no emotion and training to perform sexual acts with and on King.

Tulowitzki revoked bail and King was remanded to the Cambria County Prison. His sentencing is scheduled for May 1.

Burns said he plans to file an appeal after sentencing.

Johnstown, PA




Former councilman pleads guilty to attempted
child sex abuse

By William Thornton, al.com

A former Cedar Bluff town councilman has pleaded guilty to attempted sexual abuse of a child less than 12 years old.

George William Mobbs, 64, who was elected to the council in the early 90s, entered the plea before Circuit Judge Shaunathan Bell, according to court documents.

According to the terms of the agreement, Mobbs received a 10-year reverse sentence, split to serve three years, with the probationary period coming first. He must also pay $20,000 in restitution, court costs and bail bonding fees.

Mobbs was arrested in 2015 on a grand jury indictment of sexual abuse, first degree rape and two counts of first degree sodomy. He pleaded guilty to a lesser charge on the first count, and the other three charges were dismissed.

What the Hell?

Cedar Bluff, AL




Springfield middle school band teacher facing
child sex abuse charges
By The Associated Press 

A 34-year-old middle school band teacher in western Oregon is facing multiple felony child sexual abuse charges.

Matthew McKinley Woodford on Sunday remained in the Lane County Jail with a $1.7 million bond.

The Springfield Police Department arrested Woodford on Friday. He faces 17 charges that include luring a minor.

Springfield School District spokeswoman Jenna McCulley on Saturday told The Register-Guard that Woodford has been placed on leave from his job as Thurston Middle School's music director.






Muskogee Investigators Going Through Evidence
In Child Sex Ring Case
BY: EMORY BRYAN, NEWS ON 6 

MUSKOGEE, Oklahoma - Muskogee police say a 7-year-old girl is one of two victims they've identified in a child pornography and sexual exploitation case. They said they believe there could be more victims.

Police said they have no indication there are more than the two victims they've already identified, but added they don't really know. They said they've only gone through about 25 percent of the content and already identified thousands of images of child pornography.

The case, police say, swamped investigators with the amount of pornography created, sent and received by Zackery Perry; now, investigators have connected Melissa Skelton to the case.

Skelton was arrested in Stilwell Friday, accused of trading child porn and allowing a 7-year-old in her care to be sexually exploited by Perry.

Officer Lincoln Anderson with the Muskogee Police Department said, "Once they started processing the electronic side of the case, then that led them to where they got to Friday with a search warrant and arrest warrant."

Perry was a Muskogee firefighter until his arrest a month ago. He resigned the same day, and, despite his work there as a clown promoting fire safety, police said the accusations only involve his time off-duty.

Perry now faces a human trafficking charge for driving the 7-year-old victim from Fort Smith to Muskogee.

Skelton faces charges for allowing the sexual abuse of the girl and getting paid for it.

"Until they get completely done with the electronic evidence, we're not going to know how far this reaches," Anderson said. Muskogee police are unsure how long it will take to wrap up the case.

Perry is still jailed awaiting a bond hearing. That was set for this week, but it's been delayed until next week.






Details of Abuse, Written on Plywood, Lead to Pennsylvania Man’s Arrest
By MITCH SMITH

William C. Thomas was charged with 13 counts of various sex crimes on Monday. The authorities in Bucks County, Pa., tied him to the sexual assaults of multiple children. Credit Bucks County District Attorney's Office

What became an expansive investigation into decades of child rape began last year when a man moving into a Pennsylvania mobile home found lurid descriptions of sexual abuse scrawled on a piece of forgotten plywood.

The authorities in Bucks County said on Monday that investigators tied the plywood to a handyman who had helped renovate the home, and later discovered evidence suggesting many more young victims stretching back about 40 years. The handyman, William C. Thomas, 58, was charged with 13 counts of various sex crimes; prosecutors said more counts were possible.

“We are merely scratching the surface of those conquests today,” the district attorney, Matthew D. Weintraub, said at a news conference. “To be blunt about it, this is a real-life boogeyman. This is your parents’ worst nightmare.”

Mr. Thomas repeatedly used his job as a handyman at mobile home parks to meet children as young as 2, prosecutors said. He would abuse the children and seize trophies such as photos and underwear that he would display in his own mobile home.

The human race hasn’t come up with words to describe what we saw in that trailer,” said Lt. Henry Ward of the Falls Township police, which investigated and seized hundreds of photos. “It was horrific.”

The charging documents revealed that the authorities in Bucks County, north of Philadelphia, had received scattered reports over the years of sexual misconduct involving Mr. Thomas, a longtime resident of the area. But the documents make no mention of any past charges resulting from the complaints, and Mr. Thomas is not listed in the Pennsylvania sex offender registry.

According to the charging documents, officers investigated in 2000 after Mr. Thomas was accused of soliciting sex with a 9-year-old girl. In 2009, a man told the authorities that Mr. Thomas had abused him decades earlier when they were both children, but he did not pursue charges. And in 2010, a man who moved into Mr. Thomas’s old house told the police he had found a homemade child sex doll and graphic accounts of child sexual abuse written on drywall.

Jennifer Schorn, the deputy district attorney handling the case, declined to comment on the earlier investigations and on whether warning signs might have been missed. She credited Falls Township investigators for finding enough evidence to secure the search warrant that led to charges.

On the plywood that prompted the latest investigation, the police said Mr. Thomas bragged in detail about abusing two girls, one about 2 years old, another about 6 years old, who lived in the mobile home park. When the police revisited the scene of the 2010 report, they found detailed writings about sexual abuse on the walls of a shed.

“This man was a trophy collector and creator of monumental proportion,” Mr. Weintraub said. “He was a historian. He historically recorded all of his conquests.”

David Finkelhor, director of the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire, said it was not uncommon for abusers to keep detailed records of their crimes.

Professor Finkelhor said that as awareness of child sexual abuse has grown, cases like this one, where decades of crimes are suspected, have become less common. The three previous reports about Mr. Thomas should have raised red flags with investigators, he said.

The arrest of Mr. Thomas is the second high-profile sexual abuse case to emerge in Bucks County, population 627,000, in recent weeks. Last month, five people were accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy who the authorities said was forced to dress up in a tiger costume at “furry” parties and then molested over the course of several years.

In Mr. Thomas’s case, prosecutors said they hoped the publicity surrounding his arrest would prompt any additional victims to come forward.

“We fear there are more out there,” Ms. Schorn said.

Child abusers, she added, “perfect the art of manipulating, grooming, threatening and turning these children’s lives so upside down that oftentimes they don’t get reported.”

Bucks Co., PA




Joplin Man Sentenced In Child Sex Abuse Case

A Joplin man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison on child sex abuse charges. Police say 34-year-old James Laipple sexually abused a 12-year-old girl in 2015. Laipple was facing first-degree statutory sodomy and incest charges, but pleaded guilty to first-degree child molestation in November in a deal with the Jasper County prosecutor.






Eagle River man sentenced in 2014 child sex abuse case

By KTVA CBS 11 News 

An Eagle River man who was convicted of sexually abusing a 5-year-old girl and possessing child pornography was sentenced Friday to more than 25 years in prison, according to a release from the District Attorney’s Office. 

Timothy Lineer, 28, was first charged in November 2014 with multiple counts of first and second-degree sexual abuse of a minor, as well as two counts of unlawful exploitation of a minor and two counts of possessing child pornography.

At his sentencing, Superior Court Judge Jack Smith called the case “tragic” and accused Lineer of violating the trust of the “most vulnerable in our society.”

According to his arrest warrant, Lineer was a longtime friend of the victim’s family. Once the accusations were brought to police, the victim and her mother were interviewed.

The victim’s mother told investigators, Lineer had permission to take her, along with his own children, to the movies, swimming and then to a restaurant for the day.

The victim later told her mother that he had “touched her on her privates” while he was driving her home that day in his pickup. She told authorities that “she had to let him because he was nice,” the court document says.

The victim also told authorities that Lineer had taken a picture of her with his cell phone.

The victim’s mother confronted Lineer about her daughter’s comments prior to alerting police.

“He confessed that he has a problem and asked that she not call police,” investigators wrote in the warrant.

After he was arrested, Lineer admitted to the accusations and admitted to sexually abusing a 6-year-old on multiple occasions. He also admitted to viewing and downloading images of child pornography.

Lineer was previously arrested for second-degree sexual abuse of a minor in 2011, but that the charge was reduced to contributing to the delinquency of a minor, according to court records.

He was also arrested on charges of sexual abuse of a minor in 2001 and unwanted sexual contact in 2005. He was not convicted on either charge.

Good grief! How many kids did he molest in the intervening 13 years?

Eagle River, AK




Trial begins for former bus driver accused of
child sex abuse
By WLOX Staff

More shocking details emerge about a former Ocean Springs bus driver
JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) -
The trial of a former bus driver accused of committing sexual acts on a child began Tuesday morning in a Jackson County courtroom.

Sergio Sandoval used to drive a bus for the Ocean Springs School District. He was arrested in 2014 after an 8-year-old Oak Park Elementary student reported Sandoval touched her outside and inside her pants on several occasions.

The child told police Sandoval said it was “their secret” and not to tell anyone.

During opening arguments, prosecutors revealed graphic details of what the girl alleges Sandoval did to her. The alleged abuse happened on Sandoval’s bus between Sept. 15, 2014 and Oct. 7, 2014.

Prosecutors said surveillance video from the bus shows the girl frequently spent time up front with Sandoval.

Sandoval reportedly told the girl she was his bus monitor and even gave her a certificate for good behavior.

The district attorney’s office said the abuse escalated on Oct. 6, 2014. Sandoval reportedly gave the girl the certificate for good behavior the next day.

That night, the girl reportedly told her father about the alleged abuse, and they filed a report with Ocean Springs police.

Attorneys representing Sandoval said the girl spent time in the front of his bus because she was his bus monitor, and video from the bus does not show her being touched.

Sandoval’s attorneys also pointed out he didn’t have any other complaints from students in his six years as a bus driver.

Ocean Springs, MS