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San Bernardino police officer gets 25 years for sexual assaults

Jose Jesus Perez is sentenced to 25 years for forcing prostitutes to have sex with him while he was in uniform
A former San Bernardino police officer was sentenced Monday to 25 years in federal prison for forcing prostitutes to have sex with him while he was in uniform.

Jose Jesus Perez, 47, of Menifee was convicted in May of two felony counts and one misdemeanor count of deprivation of rights under color of law for sexually assaulting two women in 2011. Perez worked in the vice division, which investigates prostitution, among other things.

I may have developed a shut-off switch to separate myself from the realities of law enforcement and normal family life. I may have developed a callous attitude.
- Jose Jesus Perez
Two prostitutes, whose identities were not released, told investigators they engaged in sex acts with Perez out of fear of arrest, according to acting U.S. Atty. Stephanie Yonekura's office.

One woman testified at trial that Perez forced her to perform oral sex on him in his patrol car. Another said Perez lured her to a vacant lot and forced her to have sex with him next to his car and again in motel rooms, prosecutors said.

Police GPS records showed that Perez's patrol car wa
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Federal investigator probing Secret Service prostitution allegations resigns over his own sex scandal: report
Department of Homeland Security investigator David Nieland was allegedly seen in a Broward County, Fla., building suspected to be used for prostitution. A prostitute also reportedly said he paid her for sex, but he denies the allegations.

October 29, 2014,

Department of Homeland Security investigator David Nieland had been investigating a Secret Service prostitution scandal.

Department of Homeland Security investigator David Nieland had been investigating a Secret Service prostitution scandal.
The federal investigator probing allegations that Secret Service agents and a White House volunteer hired prostitutes in Colombia has resigned over his own problem with a prostitute in Florida, it was reported Tuesday.

Department of Homeland Security investigator David Nieland left the agency Aug. 9, according to The New York Times.

He cited health as the reason — but department officials said he left after refusing to answer questions from officials at Homeland Security about the Florida incident, The Times reported.

Nieland was allegedly seen in a building under surveillance for prostitution in Broward County, Fla.

A prostitute later identified him and said he paid her for sex, The Times reported.

In an email to the paper, Nieland said the allegations were not true.

Nieland was in charge of probing the 2012 scandal that involved Secret Service agents bringing hookers back to their hotel rooms ahead of President Obama’s arrival in Colombia.

A White House volunteer also brought a prostitute to the hotel, The Washington Post reported — but the information was quashed because it would embarrass the administration ahead of November elections.

Thirteen Secret Service agents were implicated in the international imbroglio, which cost some of them their jobs.

Nieland told staff members of a Senate Homeland Security subcommittee that he was asked to delete derogatory information about the volunteer from the 65-page public report, The Times reported.
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Why wasn't this perp charged with rape?

Maybe you can find out,eh?


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Ohio trooper pleads guilty to civil rights charges
Created: 10/29/2014 7:21 PM

A former state trooper accused of forcing female motorists into sexual acts in exchange for dropping traffic charges pleaded guilty on Wednesday to violating their civil rights.
Bryan Lee, who was a member of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, also pleaded guilty to cyberstalking involving threatening messages sent to a woman pulled over twice within a month's time, the U.S. Department of Justice said.
Lee's guilty plea in federal court in Columbus followed an investigation into traffic stops performed by him from 2006 through October of last year.
The government said Lee acknowledged forcing women into sex acts while they were under arrest or handcuffed and photographing some of the acts. A message was left with Lee's attorney. No sentencing date was set.
Lee, 30, worked out of the patrol's Lancaster post, with the incidents happening in Fairfield and Licking counties, the patrol said.
A routine inspection of dash cam video uncovered the wrongdoing, said patrol spokesman Lt. Craig Cvetan. Lee was seen asking two women questions inconsistent with a traffic stop involving possible impaired driving, such as where the women had come from and where they were going, Cvetan said. Lee later turned off the microphone so no audio was recorded, Cvetan said.
Lee also took a photo of a female passenger without her shirt on in exchange for dropping charges against the driver, Cvetan said.
The patrol asked the FBI for assistance, and Lee was placed on desk duty when the investigation began, then he resigned in November 2013 ahead of being fired, Cvetan said.
"Public trust is one of our No. 1 priorities, and individuals like this tend to compromise that trust," Cvetan said. "That's exactly why we moved swiftly to have him removed from our organization and pursued the criminal charges against him."
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Deputy Moses Baker: Former PBSO deputy accused of having sex with prostitutes in patrol car

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Oct 30, 2014

PBSO deputy resigns after prostitution allegations

A former Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy was told to either give up his badge, or possibly face criminal charges for allegedly having sex with prostitutes in his patrol car.

Former Deputy Moses Baker resigned in July after an internal affairs investigation started in February.

According to the internal affairs investigation report, several prostitutes told investigators they had sexual relations with Baker.

The Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office contacted the governor's office because they felt uncomfortable handling the case due to Baker's law enforcement ties in the county.

Baker's father is a judge and his sister is a prosecutor with the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office.

The Martin County State Attorney's Office was selected to handle the investigation.

According to their executive assignment disposition memorandum: "During the week of February 23, 2014 PBSO Internal Affairs received information that Deputy Baker had engaged in sexual activity with known prostitutes while on duty."

A letter was sent to Governor Rick Scott on Oct. 23rd stating that the investigation was finished.

According to the letter, Baker had to:

1. Immediately relinquish his certificate as a law enforcement officer.
2. Take an HIV test and submit the results to the state attorney's office.
3. Complete a five hour class called "Prostitution Impact Prevention Education Class."

According to the letter, "As a result of this, no charges will be filed against Mr. Baker. Mr. Baker has completed these requirements, therefore this case is closed."

Former FBI Agent and attorney Stuart Kaplan reviewed the reports for WPTV.

"Clearly any deputy or any law enforcement officer having sex in a marked patrol car under any circumstances is inappropriate," Kaplan said.

He says the situation was handled correctly.

"I think they did an excellent job on the
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Gulfport police officer faces on-duty sex charge
Grand jury to hear charge against Mario Hill

October 31, 2014

GULFPORT -- A former Gulfport police officer turned himself in Friday on a charge alleging he tried to sexually assault a woman he was helping while on duty the night of June 8.

Mario Hill, 32, of Gulfport, faces a charge of attempted sexual battery from an incident that reportedly involved a woman who was in the back of his patrol car but was not under arrest, Harrison County Sheriff's Sgt. Joe Strum said.

A grand jury will review the case.

Strum said Hill had responded to a passer-by's complaint of a domestic dispute near the Legacy condominiums. Hill went to Beach Drive and Mockingbird Lane and put two women in the back of his patrol car, Strum said, and was driving them to a Motel 6 when he took a detour and stopped the car at Johnson Drive just east of 8th Avenue.

A Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics agent drove by the patrol car. The agent recognized Hill and believed he was urinating outside his car while a passenger was in the back seat, Sturm said. The agent at first didn't realize a second woman was there.

One of the women, a 21-year-old from Hattiesburg, alleges Hill forced her out of the patrol car, pushed her against the cruiser and touched her private parts through her clothes. The woman claims Hill then pulled out his penis and said, "Hey, look at this."

When the MBN officer drove by, Hill zipped up his pants and drove the women to their hotel, Sturm said, and the agent called police officials.

Papania said he reassigned Hill to non-enforcement duties pending an internal investigation.

Read more here: http://www.sunherald.com/2014/10/31/5886947/ex-gulfport-police-officer-faces.html#storylink=cpy
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CHP officer charged with two felonies in nude-photo sharing case
CHP officer charged for sharing nude photos stolen from female suspects' phones

CHP officer resigns, is charged in arrestee photo-trading scandal
CHP officer accused of copying arrestees' personal photos from phones charged with two felonies
A California Highway Patrol officer who resigned after he was caught sharing nude photographs taken from the cellphones of female suspects has been charged with two felonies.

Sean D. Harrington, 36, resigned from the CHP's Dublin office Wednesday and has apologized to the department, his victims, and the public, according to a statement released by his attorney, Michael Rains.

lRelated CHP chief calls alleged nude photo trading among officers 'disgusting'
CHP chief calls alleged nude photo trading among officers 'disgusting'

Harrington’s actions were “simultaneously improper, impulsive, and entirely insensitive to the privacy rights” of his victims, the statement said. Rains said that his client was “embarrassed” that he tarnished the CHP’s reputation.

“It is his sincere hope that members of the public will not fasten mistrust on his former law enforcement colleagues in future encounters,” Rains said.

According to the criminal complaint filed against Harrington, he went through the phone of a 19-year-old woman who was in custody on suspicion of DUI on Aug. 6 while she was being treated at a local hospital. Harrington sent photos from her phone to his, according to Contra Costa County prosecutors.

On Aug. 29, Harrington allegedly searched another woman’s phone while she was in jail for a DUI arrest and sent revealing photos to his phone.

Harrington forwarded the photos to two colleagues, prosecutors said. Investigators examined the phones of Harrington’s coworkers and have so far decided not to charge anyone else.

In a statement Friday, Contra Costa
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Was the fix in for State Police Director Demers?

How can a smart criminal justice consumer
detect when the fix is in?

What can the Alert consumer do to prevent
this from occurring?

can you smell the sulphur....


Yes the child was 4 years old
Yes Demers will be released in 1 year
No he will not go to Prison, he will go to the County Jail
and serve his sentence in protective custody

To view over 1,000 arrest records of police arrested for pedophilia
see. http://www.copwatch.net

Former Maine State Police chief to serve 4 years in prison for sexually assaulting child


Nov. 04, 2014, at 6:27 p.m.
PORTLAND, Maine — A former chief of the Maine State Police will serve four years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to charges that he repeatedly sexually assaulted a young girl earlier this year.

Under the terms of a plea agreement, Andrew Demers, 74, of New Gloucester, pleaded guilty to Class B unlawful sexual contact and Cumberland County District Attorney Stephanie Anderson agreed to drop a Class A charge of gross sexual assault.

Justice Thomas Warren sentenced Demers to five years in prison with all but four years suspended, and three years of probation. Demers must turn himself in at the Cumberland County Jail at 9 a.m. on Nov. 11.

Demers, who served 26 years with the Maine State Police and held the position of chief from 1987 to 1993, was arrested on March 17 and initially charged with Class B unlawful sexual contact with a person younger than 12. But in April, a Cumberland County grand jury indicted Demers on the more severe count of Class A gross sexual assault and Class B unlawful sexual contact.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges in April.

But on Tuesday, Demers told Warren that he was guilty of the lesser charge. His attorney, Walt McKee, acknowledged in a sentencing memo that after his arrest, Demers attempted suicide by overdosing on medication prescribed for a heart condition. While in the hospital, he confessed “to touching the victim and having her touch him” between 5 and 10 times in February and March 2014.

McKee asked the judge to consider factors, including Demers’ “exemplary” career, in determining a sentence, but Anderson asked for nine years in prison.

Anderson pointed to a key piece of evidence, a two-minute videotape of the victim, taken by the victim’s father on a cell phone.

Anderson said the two were in the car one day when the girl began describing the sexual acts. The father stopped the car and asked the child to repeat what she’d said while he videotaped it.
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Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Emerges As Top Candidate to Replace AG Holder
By Steve Neavling
The next U.S. attorney general may be the deputy secretary of the Homeland Security Department, the New York Post reports, citing “well-placed sources.”

The short list of candidates to replace Attorney General Eric Holder is Alejandro Mayorkas, a Cuban-American lawyer.

“He’s one of the top candidates. He has all the qualifications needed to succeed in the job,” one insider said.

Mayorkas is backed by the National Fraternal Order of Police, which is the nation’s largest law enforcement officers’ organization.

“The FOP enthusiastically supported his nomination to his current post as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

- See more at: http://www.ticklethewire.com/2014/11/05/homeland-security-deputy-secretary-emerges-as-top-candidate-to-replace-ag-holder/#sthash.12okEkug.dpuf
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The criminal justice crime family protecting it's in house
no jail time for this perp, Hey it is not you mother
he fondled. Not to worry.
just keep paying those taxes

New Mexico Man Pleads Guilty to Charges of Sexual Assault of Female Inmates In His Custody

Published: Thursday, 06 November 2014 22:44
Washington, DC - John Greene, 70, a former captain at the Gallup-McKinley Adult Detention Center (GMADC), entered a guilty plea to charges related to the sexual assaults of female inmates in his custody. Greene pleaded guilty to three counts of violating each of the victim’s right to bodily integrity by engaging in sexual contact against their will. Greene also pleaded guilty to two counts of making material false statements to the FBI when he denied both touching the breasts of one female inmate and having personal contact with another female inmate.

According to court documents, Greene admitted that in his capacity as a captain at GMADC, he had regular access to female inmates when he accompanied them to court hearings, transported them to other facilities, and had them brought to his office. This regular access gave him the opportunity to engage in unwanted sexual contact with three different women in December 2008 and January 2009. Greene committed these acts, knowing it was wrong, against the law and without the victims’ consent, but he did so anyway for his own gratification.

Greene also admitted that he lied to the FBI about his conduct on two occasions.

Under the terms of the plea agreement, Greene will be sentenced to five years of probation. As part o

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November 12, 2014Last Update: 3:19 PM PT
Groping Suit Against U.S. Park Rangers Will Proceed
A visitor to Yosemite National Park can pursue a malicious prosecution claim against three park rangers who allegedly groped her breasts and crotch during an unwarranted search, a federal judge ruled.
Michelle Mazzetti was in a park campground with friends when Yosemite park rangers approached them to address complaints about a vehicle whose male occupants had been acting disrespectfully and driving too quickly through the campground, according to Mazzetti's complaint.
The rangers - including defendants Christopher Bellino, Brendan Bonner and David Sanchez - rounded up Mazzetti and her friends at a picnic table and questioned them.
Mazzetti says Bellino and Sanchez told them they were not free to leave and threatened to use handcuffs. After a few minutes, one of the male members of the group admitted that he had been driving the vehicle.
Mazzetti told the rangers that she had just walked up from the river, had not been in the vehicle, and did not want to be part of the investigation. The rangers ordered her to sit down, then asked for her identification. When Mazzetti got up to retrieve her identification, Bellino and Sanchez grabbed her, she says.
Mazzetti claims Bellino threatened her with a Taser, and that the rangers continued to physically and verbally threaten her, though they had no reason to believe she had been involved in any criminal activity.
An audio-video recording shows that after Bellino threatened Mazzetti with a Taser, he told Bonner that Mazzetti was being "uncooperative," but that she had begun being cooperative. However, Bellino and Bonner still agreed to arrest Mazzetti and take her to jail, the complaint states.
The rangers walked Mazzetti - who was wearing shorts, a bathing suit top, and a loose fitting T-shirt with its sleeves cut off -to one of their vehicles, where they handcuffed her, she says.
Ranger Michael Hastings was sent to watch the other members of Mazzetti's group at the campsite, while the other rangers decided to search Mazzetti. Although Bonner stated that a female ranger would be on duty soon, he and Bellino moved Mazzetti to the other side of the Ranger's video, out of the view of her friends, to search her, according to the complaint.
The two rangers allegedly taunted and touched Mazzetti and ran their hands through her hair. Bellino told Mazzetti he would have to search her breasts, at which point Mazzetti was placed in a stress hold and Bellino and Bonner groped her, Mazzetti says.
Mazzetti says she screamed at them to stop and that they were hurting her. Bellino told Mazzetti he had to search her groin area and the rangers forced her to the ground, the complaint states.
The video shows Bellino and Bonner grabbing Mazzetti's bare knees and prying her legs apart so that they could touch her groin, while Mazzetti screamed for them to stop, according to the complaint.
The two rangers removed Mazzetti's shoes and put her in the back of the ranger vehicle.
Mazzetti claims that Bellino, Bonner and Sanchez filed false reports, failed to provide exculpatory
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Corporations and Colleges who partner with the
organization that assassinated President Kennedy and
Martin Luther King.

let god sort out the truth


More press releases» Press Release
Child Safety Training by InfraGard Delaware/FBI at Wilmington University

November 14, 2014
Wilmington University will host a day of Child Safety Training by InfraGard Delaware and the FBI from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on December 4, 2014, in the Doberstein Admissions Center auditorium on the New Castle campus of Wilmington University.

Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. Presentations will start promptly at 9:00 a.m. A schedule of the day's events will be provided. Continental breakfast, lunch and Certificates of Attendance will be provided to each attendee.

Click here to register for this event.

The training, made possible by InfraGard Delaware, is presented as a public service to members of the child welfare community and law enforcement.

Presentations will include:

· Enhancing Response to Incidents involving Special Needs Residents, by Brian Focht, Chief of the Willow Grove, Pennsylvaina, Volunteer Fire Company

· Gangs and Juvenile Sex Trafficking, by FBI Special Agent Jeffery Johannes

· Crimes Against Children, by FBI Supervisory Special Agent Mark Mackizer

"We are pleased to partner once again with the FBI, InfaGard and the College of Technology of Wilmington University to present important training and education on critical issues that affect the safety and welfare of our children," said Dr. Christian Trowbridge, Assistant Professor and Dean, College of Behavioral Science. "From learning basic autism recognition techniques that can improve the effectiveness of first responders to understanding the role of technology in combating juvenile sex trafficking, attendees will gain knowledge from recognized experts in the field."

InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and the private sector. It is an association of persons who represent business, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the U.S.
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For rape victims, hurt and anger in dealing with New Orleans police

on November 15, 2014 at 7:44 PM, updated November 15, 2014 at 11:11 PM

A 20-year-old Georgia Tech student awoke groggy and in pain in a French Quarter hotel after a May 2013 fraternity formal. She felt like she'd been drugged and raped. Beside her, someone had left a box containing a morning-after pill.

She would spend the next year and a half trying to get the New Orleans Police Department's Special Victims Section to investigate her complaint. Her ordeal is emblematic, victim advocates say, of the police department's longstanding and widespread problems in handling rape and abuse investigations.

A new report by the city's inspector general singled out five detectives, outlining findings that suggest over the course of three years they largely ignored hundreds of reports of rape and child abuse. The inquiry focused on those detectives' cases from 2011 through 2013.

But the experience of the Atlanta college student, detailed this week by a crime victim advocate, and the stories of other women who have come forward suggest problems extend beyond those detectives.

Not knowing what to do, the Georgia Tech student returned home and tried to report the rape to New Orleans police. But no one returned her calls. She hired a lawyer and a private investigator, and they both tried calling the NOPD. Still no response.

Finally, the investigator, a former FBI agent, called the Metropolitan Crime Commission, a nonprofit watchdog group. The group contacted then-Superintendent Ronal Serpas. Last August, the woman flew back to New Orleans for a 90-minute interview with two sex crimes supervisors, Lt. Louis Gaydosh and Sgt. James Kelly, at the crime commission's office on Poydras Street. Since that day, however, the woman, her lawyer and her investigator have not been able to get any information out of the department -- not even an initial report.

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Boston Police Dept has offered him a job...
90 % of police come out of military.

Captain of San Diego-based warship relieved of duty
Capt. Wayne Brown
Capt. Wayne Brown was relieved as commander of the San Diego-based amphibious assault ship Boxer after an investigation concluded that he had "lost the respect, trust and confidence of his subordinates." (U.S. Navy)
The captain of one of the Navy's premier warships has been relieved of command after an investigation found that he routinely used foul and abusive language toward crew members and engaged in inappropriate touching and questioning of women.

Capt. Wayne Brown was relieved as commander of the San Diego-based amphibious assault ship Boxer after an investigation concluded that he had "lost the respect, trust and confidence of his subordinates" because of his temper and his behavior toward female crew members that
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Police Constable Charged for Offence of Carnal Knowledge
November 21, 2014 Posted in Crime & Accident |
On Monday we reported of an incident of carnal knowledge, where it was reported that a 15 year old runaway child from the Cayo District, reported missing by her father, and was later found in Dangriga in the company of an interdicted police officer in Dangriga, identified as 28 year old PC Rupert Thomas.
According to reports Police Constable seduced the 15 year old minor, who during their time together allegedly had sexual intercourse with her at Seine Bight Village, Stann Creek District.
A medical examination was conducted on the minor that certified that the child is carnally known.
28 year old Police Constable Rupert Thomas has since been charged for the offense of Carnal Knowledge, and will be spending the next three months on remand at the Belize Central Prison.
It also must be noted that this is not his first offense of this nature. In December 2013 PC Rupert Thomas was arraigned in court for allegedly fondling a 14 year old girl while she slept. The fourteen year old girl had allegedly run away from home and had spent the night at the resid
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Hungarian police accused of victim-blaming in safety video
Video depicts three friends on a night out and closes with slogan: ‘You are responsible’
Daniel Nolan in Budapest
Monday 24 November 2014 12.43 EST

Women’s groups and civil rights organisations in Hungary have expressed anger over an official public safety video that appears to partially blame women for sexual assaults against them.

The video depicts three friends on a night out, dressing up, drinking, dancing and flirting, before one of them is approached by a hooded assailant outside a nightclub. It closes with a shot of the woman lying on the ground, and the slogan: “You are responsible, you can do something about it.”

The film was one of three commissioned by Baránya county police in a £9,000 crime-prevention initiative, and premiered at a cinema in Pécs, Hungary’s fifth largest city, last Friday.

“Official copies have been handed over to local school board representatives so that they can show it to students during crime prevention discussions,” the police said in a press release. “The films feature popular local actors and Fanni Weisz, an equal opportunities activist and the ‘official face’ of Pécs.”

The Association of Hungarian Women launched an online petition calling on the police to make public safety education videos that “address the offenders, not the victims”.

Éva Cserháti, of Hungary’s Women United Against Violence (NaNe), told the Guardian the video caricatured female sexuality “almost to the level of a soft-porn movie” and suggested “that women should not drink or have fun in a way that is not completely acceptable to men, because this sort of behaviour is provocation”. She said the video “intentionally spreads some of the worst ideas of an extremely socially conservative and patriarchal society”.

Cserháti said the portrayal of the offender was also problematic. “A stranger attacking a woman on a dark street is very rare. Most sexual assaults are committed by somebody known to the victim, often from their inner circle of friends and family,” s
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By killing himself, my father denied me the relief of justice. That's why I can't remain silent about his abuse
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November 29 2014

FBI employee from Greene charged with child pornography


A fingerprint examiner with the FBI in Clarksburg, W.Va., was recently arrested on charges of disseminating child pornography from his Greene County home.

The charges were filed by the state Attorney General’s Bureau of Special Investigation — Child Predator Section after an agent was able to download files depicting children in sexual situations from the suspect’s computer through file sharing.

According to the affidavit, one video involved young girls under the age of 12, another showed a girl who appears to be between 11 and 13 years old and the third involved a boy who appeared to be between the ages of 11 and 13, all in various stages of nudity and engaged in various sexual acts.
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Former sheriff's deputy gets prison for sexual relationship with teen
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Alton officer indicted for misconduct

December 6 2014
MADISON COUNTY, Ill. – An Alton, Illinois police officer is accused of destroying evidence. Now, he has been indicted on a felony charge of official misconduct.

Jonathan K. Forrler, 38, is accused of destroying forensic evidence gathered as part of a sexual assault case. According to the indictment, the evidence included a rape kit and clothing.
The Madison County State's Attorney's Office says someone notified it over the summer that evidence was missing from the Alton Police Department. So the office, along with the FBI and Illinois State Police, launched an investigation. Authorities say they found missing evidence in 130 cases.
Forrler, who was working as an evidence officer, was charged in the sexual assault case because of the strict standards the law holds when it comes to handling rape kits. Madison County State's Attorney Thomas Gibbons says the missing evidence will allow felons to walk free in dozens of cases. His office notified the defendants in all 130 cases of the situation.
Gibbons says a very thorough investigation did not find any malicious intent behind the missing evidence, but investigators are convinced Forrler destroyed evidence on purpose. In the sexual assault case, Gibbons says investigators could not find any connection between Forrler and anyone involved in t
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LAPD detective commits suicide after molestation allegations, authorities say
A detective for the Los Angeles Police Department who once investigated sexual assault cases killed himself Thanksgiving morning after two relatives accused him of sexually abusing them, authorities said Friday.

The body of Dennis Derr, 52, a 17-year LAPD veteran, was found in his car in a Wal-Mart parking lot in Palmdale, law enforcement officials said. Derr died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Los Angeles County coroner's Assistant Chief Ed Winter
It's not because he was a policeman, or a bible teacher, or anything else. We can't see into the mind of someone in his extremity. I'm sorry for him, for his alleged victims, and for his family. May the victims and family find healing.

AT 10:31 PM DECEMBER 05, 2014
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J. Edgar Hoover and his FBI hated everything about the Kennedys,
including their boss, RFK, attorney general of the United States.,
A Vicious Racist Homosexual. J Edgar "Mary" Hoover controlled by the
Would you like to comment?

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I probably should also post this in the " FBI Octupus" post
because it details the FBI Octupus.

This news story is a case study of how taxpayer funded FBI agents reward people for covering up crimes FBI agents commit.

Facts of the case

In 1986 Winthrop Maine FBI agent John Kenoyer rapes 12 year old
babysitter Lucy Robinson. The crime is called pedophilia
in Maine but did Kennebec County DA David Crook filed lesser charges?

The victim Lucy Robinson was never allowed to testify on the stand.
The Robinson family brought a lawsuit against John Kenoyer for $850,000.00 in Civil Court.

The defendant FBI agent John Kenoyer jumped bail and became
a fugitive for one year but not before giving his son power of
attorney to liquidate his assets which were considerable.

Superior Court Judge Donald Alexander was the judge for both the
criminal and civil trial.
While very special FBI agent Kenoyer is a fugitive Judge Alexander
writes and publishes a paper loosely titled "Alternative Sentencing for Sex Offenders"

Shortly thereafter fugitive very special pedophile agent John Kenoyer
turns himself in, is sentenced to 9 months in the county jail
Judge Alexander then awards Lucy Robinson 's parents $45,000.00
to use for psychological treatment needs of victim.
Family attorney awarded much larger sum for attorney fees.

Judge Donald Alexander then promoted to judge on
the Maine Supreme Court by Maine Governor Angus King.
Testimony presented at Donald Alexander confirmation
hearings of material stated above.

Governor Angus King promoted to US Senator

For more about FBI agents caught committing voter fraud google
leonard gates bob draise FBI voter fraud



note this link to document has been deleted


Deletion notice

The document Maine's Shameful State Secret Child Sex Abuse has been deleted.

FBI Agent Jailed for Assaulting Girl, 12
September 13, 1987


AUGUSTA, Me. — A judge sentenced a former FBI agent to nine months in prison and two more years of house arrest for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old neighbor girl.

Kennebec County Superior Court Judge Donald G. Alexander imposed the sentence Thursday on John H. Kenoyer, 65, the FBI's former Augusta bureau chief.

Kenoyer was charged early last year. He pleaded guilty in June to nine charges, including unlawful sexual contact, assault and gross sexual misconduct.
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Youth Center Guard sentenced for sexually abusing a minor
12/20/2014 By U.S. Department of Justice


During the summer of 2013, CID investigators learned that Williams may have had illegal sexual contact with at least one boy he met at the center. The boy’s mother found text messages between her son and Williams referencing sexual acts. When interviewed by officers of the Citrus County, Florida, Sheriff’s Office, and later by CID, the boy said he attended the center while in 7th grade and participated in the P2M programs. One day while at the center, Williams asked the boy to go to the attic of the center to get equipment. Once there, Williams asked the boy to take his clothes off. The boy refused. Williams put the boy’s hands on Williams’ genital area, and Williams then touched the boy’s genital area. Williams was about 25 years old, and the boy 12 years old, during this incident. Williams also sent the boy at least one photo of his exposed genital area.
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FBI Informant Faces Criminal Trial in Key West
Published on December 26, 2014.

Robert Childs, a convicted sex offender, worked as an FBI informant in Washington state before arriving in Key West earlier this year. (Photo circulated on social media.)
By Trevor Aaronson
Florida Center for Investigative Reporting
An FBI informant behind the controversial terrorism prosecution of two mentally ill men in Seattle, Wash., is now facing criminal charges in Florida for using a stolen credit card and failing to register as a sex offender.

Robert Childs, 38, is awaiting trial in Monroe County. Key West police arrested him July 3 on Duval Street, the main entertainment drag of the nation’s southernmost city.
Childs is one of the FBI’s more than 15,000 registered informants. Many of these informants join the FBI’s ranks after being convicted of crimes, enticed by reduced sentences and the potential for six-figure paychecks.
Childs was convicted of child molestation and child rape, court records show. After those convictions, he was arrested for failing to register as a sex offender in California, Oregon and Washington state.
None of those offenses prevented Childs, a baby-faced man who alters his appearance by changing his facial hair, from making a lucrative career as an FBI informant, earning tens of thousands of dollars per month.
His work with the nation’s lead law enforcement and domestic counterterrorism agency, which has an annual budget of $8.4 billion, began on the opposite end of the country.
On June 3, 2011, Childs called the Seattle Police Department and told detectives that a friend of his named Abu Khalid Abdul-Latif was interested in attacking a military installation in Tacoma, Wash. Abdul-Latif had already recruited an accomplice, Walli Mujahidh, Childs claimed.
Seattle police referred Childs to the FBI, which then launched an elaborate and months-long counterterrorism sting operation to nab Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh as would-be terrorists. Childs would be the agent provocateur.
Wearing an FBI wire, Childs recorded hundreds of hours of conversations with Abdul-Latif about launching an attack in retaliation for alleged U.S. atrocities in the Middle East. They initially plotted to attack a military base, but together deemed the target too risky, given the armed guards and fortification. Instead, Abdul-Latif suggested an incoming troop processing station.

“Imagine how many young Muslims, if we’re successful, will try to hit these kinds of centers. Imagine how fearful America will be, and they’ll know they can’t push Muslims around,” Abdul-Latif told Childs, according to FBI records.
Abdul-Latif bought a bus ticket for Mujahidh, who lived in Southern California, to come to Seattle. They needed to select a password for Mujahidh to collect the ticket. Abdul-Latif suggested “jihad.” He and Childs laughed about the word choice, and then Abdul-Latif settled on “OBL,” for Osama bin Laden.
But Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh had no contacts with terrorists overseas or in the United States. They also had no weapons, no access to people who could sell them weapons, and little money to buy weapons even if they found a black-market arms dealer. In fact, Abdul-Latif had filed for bankruptcy protection, listing $800 and a 1995 Honda Passport with 162,000 miles as his only assets.
The two men were also mentally ill. Abdul-Latif, whose birth name was Anthony Davis, had a history of huffing gasoline and had attempted suicide because he “felt lonely and had no use to live,” according to a psychologist’s report. Mujahidh, whose real name was Frederick Domingue Jr., had been diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, which made it difficult for him to distinguish reality from fantasy.

Childs was law enforcement’s only source who claimed Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh were terrorists on the make. And he wasn’t an unbiased source. He owed thousands of dollars to Abdul-Latif and had even tried — unsuccessfully — to steal his wife, according to an interview Binta Moussa-Davis, Abdul-Latif’s wife, gave the Seattle Times.
Nonetheless, the FBI paid Childs $90,000 to lead the sting operation in which he provided Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh with three assault rifles as part of their plan to attack the military recruiting station. Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh didn’t know how to use the guns the FBI had provided as part of the sting.
“This is an automatic?” Abdul-Latif asked Childs as he held up the gun in a parking garage, according to the FBI affidavit.
Childs then showed him how to switch on the fully automatic setting.
FBI agents rushed into the parking garage and arrested Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh. They were charged with conspiracy to murder officers and agents of the United States, conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction, and four firearms counts.
Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh both pleaded guilty. Abdul-Latif received 18 years in prison and Mujahidh 17 years. They are two of more than 175 defendants since 9/11 who have been prosecuted following FBI counterterrorism stings — aggressive operations often led by undercover informants that a Human Rights Watch report in July criticized for targeting “particularly vulnerable people, including those with intellectual and mental disabilities and the indigent.”

After the counterterrorism sting, Childs resurfaced with shoulder-length dreadlocks and a scraggly beard as a member of the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army, a Seattle activist group whose members dress like clowns during protests. Childs’ cover was blown when activists there linked him to the case of Abdul-Latif and Mujahidh and exposed him on social media, posting photographs and warning others that he works for the FBI.
Childs then moved to Key West. It’s unclear whether he continued to work for the FBI while in Florida. FBI officials declined to comment for this story.
According to a police report from Key West, an officer responded to a call on July 3 from a Johnny Rockets restaurant about the fraudulent use of a credit card.
William Reed, the restaurant’s manager, said Childs was an ex-employee who rang up five transactions totaling $863.11 on a stolen American Express card. The security camera footage showed Childs at the register during each transaction, and all of the transactions were linked to Childs’ employee identification number.
The Key West police officer confronted Childs at his new job as a bartender at Pinchers Crab Shack. The officer also discovered that Childs was a sex offender and had not registered as one in Florida, as required by state law. Childs told police he did not register as a sex offender because “he was hiding from a previous case he worked with detectives in Seattle, Wash.,” according to the police report.
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After DEA agent pleads guilty to bribery, cases he investigated in limbo
Kevin Moore admitted this month he traded sexual favors to fake offers of reduced sentences

POSTED: 07:16 PM EST Dec 31, 2014

Lawyers taking fresh look at cases possibly mishandled by former Salem police officer

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What to do with large federal methamphetamine trafficking cases impacted by the guilty plea of a Roanoke DEA investigator? Two weeks ago, Kevin Moore admitted he got sexual favors in return for fake offers of reduced sentences.


Salem police officer pleads guilty to bribery charge, admits trading fake legal favors for sex
At least three meth distribution cases, some with nearly a dozen defendants have had delays because Moore was the case agent.

The one impacted the most is from Grayson County near Galax where Moore worked with the Twin County Drug Task Force. Traffickers from California allegedly brought in pounds of meth and buried it in the woods next to a stash house.

Moore wrote the criminal complaints against the ringleaders of the operation which now has 11 defendants. Four of them have a jury trial next year that still needs to be set because of the mess. Most of the others pleaded guilty right around the time Moore was first investigated for his own criminal acts.

Six were supposed to be sentenced around this time but that's now delayed and some lawyers are taking a fresh look at their cases to see if Moore maybe mishandled anything.

They tell WDBJ7 they don't have any evidence of that right now, but because Moore was meddling with other defendants, it certainly is due diligence.

"I want to know if there's more or not," said attorney David Damico, who represents one of the defendants. "I want to fully investigate it to see about any implications for my client."

Damico's client, Cristian Perez, pleaded guilty to two counts of conspiracy to distribute meth and four counts of actually dealing it. The plea happened in late September, a few weeks after the first woman came forward alleging Moore offered a possible lighter sentence for her crimes in exchange for a sex act in his DEA vehicle. Perez had a sentencing set for January 5, but it's been continued without any new date set.
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