10 Years in Jail for Online Child Abuse OffencesAdded: Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
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Dean Farrar, 50, from the United Kingdom, pleaded guilty to contacting about 11,000 minors all over the world on social media, including inciting a child under the age of 13 to engage in sexual activity and watch sexual activity. He also pleaded guilty to possession and distribution of indecent images of children. As a result, he was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
The investigators revealed that Dean Farrar contacted nearly 11,000 kids via using the video chat apps like Skype over the past 3 years. 308 of these children across the world have been identified. Farrar was charged with 41 offences against 19 girls, including one aged 8. Farrar had shared imagery with other 157 offenders. The man used false profiles of teenage boys in order to contact underage girls and persuade them to perform sex acts on camera and share indecent images of themselves.
Dean Farrar was sentenced to 10 years in custody, and he will serve at least half of his term before being eligible for release on license. The judge described the extent and nature of the crime astonishing and said that the defendant had not fully accepted the “emotional upset, fear and guilt” he had caused his victims. Apparently, Farrar was, to some extent, addicted to such activity. He was caught after contacting a 14-year-old girl who showed his abusive messages to her mother. The police was called immediately, and after the investigation they have passed their findings to law enforcement agencies across the world in order to track down other potential victims.
In the meantime, research made by the NSPCC showed that the worldwide web was used to commit an average of 8 sex crimes against children in the UK every day in 2015, including rapes, grooming and live streaming of abuse. The police revealed that they regularly dealt with the online abuse of children and recommended parents to monitor what children are doing in their bedrooms with their computers, without being too intrusive. In this particular case, one man targeted 11,000 children from his smartphone. The suggestions are that platforms also had a responsibility to think about how to protect children. The problem is that children are usually one step ahead of adults when it comes to computers and new technology.
Wednesday, June 29th, 2016
|posted by (2016-06-29 22:00:47)|
|Oh the hysteria...|
|Seems like a light sentence in comparison to what they give copyright infringers there.|
|11,000 kids and they did not catch him sooner..|
|They give less for murder|
|10 years and he serves 5 is both an insult to the law and justice what about the damage this twat inflicted lets all hope and pray he gets his during his easy stay at her majestys pleasure.|
My own preference to punish these kind of scum is the implementation of medieval stocks in the city centre and leave the punishment to the peoples imagination
|posted by (2016-07-01 05:15:09)|
|Lets not forget the parole boards letting these guys out too early!|
|posted by (2016-07-01 19:45:38)|
|I can only say that the ruling is insanity. 11,000|
365 x 5 = 1825
365 x 5 = 1185
11k ^ 1185 = 9.2827 in the j ail
11k ^ 1185 = 9.2827 released, prob ancle monitor or something
The investigators revealed that Dean Farrar contacted nearly 11,000 kids via using the video chat apps like Skype over the past 3 years. 308 of these children across the world have been identified. Farrar was charged with 41 offences against 19 girls, including one aged 8. Farrar had shared imagery with other 157 offenders.
so he produced, groomed, manipulated, lied, coarsed, bullied, shared, molested, and only got 5 freaking years for 11k. WTF??????????????????????????????
Its like Jimmy Saville.
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