Another American Homosexual Pedophile Arrested
Homosexuality and pedophilia usually go hand in hand. Male homosexuals chase boys. Professors of Gender Studies are no exception to this rule. In fact, many of them us e the university system to promote the pedophile cause and legitimize it.
Yesterday the American Walter Lee Williams, a Professor of Gender Studies at the University of Southern California, and described as an eminent member of the Californian LGBT community, was arrested by the Mexican police.
He was in a locality south of Cancun, where he was engaged in illegal activities with under-age boys.
Williams is the author of several books promoting homosexuality, including Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia and Gay and Lesbian Rights in the United States.
His personal website hints how he has travelled to many parts of the world, including Thailand and the Philippines, in search of boys to molest. He has been for some time under investigation by the FBI in relation to more than ten charges of this kind.
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Walter Lee Williams is taken into custody in June 2013 by the FBI at Los Angeles International Airport.
Richard Winton, Kate Mather
September 6, 2014, 7:53 a.m.
A former USC professor once on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted fugitives list pleaded guilty Friday to flying to the Philippines and sexually assaulting underage boys he groomed online.
Walter Lee Williams, 65, admitted engaging in illegal sexual contact with minors in foreign places, entering the plea during a brief appearance before U.S. District Judge Phillip S. Gutierrez.
As part of a plea, federal prosecutors agreed to recommend that the onetime eminent professor of gender and sexuality studies serve no more than five years in a federal prison. He also would be subject to 10 years supervision upon release and must pay $25,000 in restitution to his seven victims. Williams will be sentenced Dec. 15.
He was apprehended within a day of making the FBI’s Most Wanted List in June 2013 after he was indicted on sex crimes involving two 14-year-old boys in the Philippines. He was captured in the Mexican coastal town of Playa del Carmen after a resident recognized his photo from a newspaper.
Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Michel Moore said Williams’ conduct came to light three years ago when a person concerned about the safety of children contacted authorities.
Williams taught anthropology, gender studies and history at USC for about two decades until he quit in 2011. Under the guise of academic research on sexuality in the Southeast Asia/Pacific region, he repeatedly traveled to the area.
Federal prosecutors alleged that the author and Fulbright Award winner used those trips to sexually assault underage boys. Investigators believe he has at least 10 victims across Southeast Asia, aged 9 to 17.
Williams engaged in webcam sex sessions with two boys, aged 13 and 14, in the Philippines in 2010. The next year, he traveled to the country and sexually assaulted both boys and a 15-year-old boy, according to the plea agreement. He was 62 at the time.
While there, he also had sexual contact with three other 16-year-old boys, records show.
When he returned to Los Angeles International Airport on Feb. 11, 2011, he was “intercepted,” and child pornography was found on him. The professor fled Los Angeles a week after being interviewed by the FBI.
An attorney for USC last year provided the FBI with materials the professor donated to the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives that contained “lascivious visual depictions of minors,” according to the plea agreement. FBI agents also obtained similar images from Williams’ former home.
Recognition for Williams’ work included the USC General Education Outstanding Teacher Award in 2006.
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A former USC professor named to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list – and captured a day later – pleaded not guilty federal court in Los Angeles Thursday to charges related to allegations he flew to the Philippines to have sex with two 14-year-old boys he met online.
Walter Lee Williams, 64, once a Palm Springs resident, was detained late Tuesday in the Mexican beach resort town of Playa del Carmen. He was deported and arrived in Los Angeles Wednesday night.
At his Thursday afternoon arraignment hearing at the Roybal Federal Building in downtown LA, Williams appeared in handcuffs and strongly stated “I plead not guilty.”
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A federal judge deemed Williams a flight risk and ordered him held without bail.
The FBI and Los Angeles police said investigators had spent more than two years building a case against Williams after receiving a tip from a University of Southern California student who suspected Williams of traveling to have sex with underage boys abroad, authorities said at a news conference Wednesday.
After getting the tip to a crime phone line, authorities then learned that Williams was returning to the country after a two-week trip to the Philippines, prompting a judge to issue a search warrant.
Crucial evidence emerged in early 2011, when Williams returned to the United States at Los Angeles International Airport, where authorities questioned him and took two of his computers and a camera. Police said investigators later found the devices to contain child pornography and evidence of Williams other alleged crimes.
Still, Williams eluded investigators, leaving the country about a week after the LAX interaction. He abruptly left his job at USC, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said.
“He fled and we have been hunting for him since,” LAPD Assistant Chief Michel Moore said at a news conference Wednesday.
Moore called Williams a “heinous individual.”
Despite the finding of alleged child porn, investigators did not have enough evidence to file a criminal case until April of this year.
“It has been a two-year investigation because it’s been a matter of putting a puzzle together, all of which has not been offered by Mr. Williams,” Moore said.
Williams, pictured below at right, was indicted April 30 in LA federal court on one count of producing child pornography, one count of traveling for the purpose of engaging in illicit sexual conduct with a minor, and two counts of engaging in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places.
The federal indictment accuses him of traveling to the Philippines in January 2011 to engage in sex acts with two young teen boys he had allegedly met online the previous year.
Williams allegedly traveled to meet the teens, identified as “J.M.” and “A.C.”, in order to produce “a visual depiction” of sex.
The indictment was recently unsealed, and the FBI then publicized the case this week.
Federal prosecutors’ request to unseal the case last week states that an “acquaintance” of Williams had been taken into custody. Authorities had feared the person would flee once the case against Williams was made public.
That person was identified by Eimiller to NBC4 as a man named Richard Arlington, who had been living out of his car despite owning property in Bel Air.
According to federal court and inmate records, Arlington, 71, has been indicted on one count of possession of child pornography. He was arrested in May and is being held at the downtown LA Metropolitan Detention Center.
Arlington’s arraignment was set for Thursday as well, though court documents show he waived his right to appear in person.
On Monday, Williams was named the 500th person on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list since the creation of the program in 1950. Resulting news media publicity led directly to his capture, said Bill Lewis, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office.
A Mexican citizen who spotted Williams after recognizing him from a newspaper photograph tipped Mexican authorities, and the FBI lured Williams to a coffee shop where he was taken into custody without incident Tuesday, authorities said.
Williams had been a professor of gender and sexuality studies at USC until 2011. None of his alleged contact with boys abroad occurred on campus, authorities said, but the FBI did search his office at USC.
“We believe he was using his position, his credibility as a professor and his ideologies to lure his victims,” Eimiller said.
Moore and Lewis said they believe there are more victims, and they plan to search for them once they create a “timeline” of Williams’ travels. None of the victims are believed to be from the LA area.
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Dans sa dépêche, l’AFP « oublie » de le préciser : l’Américain Walter Lee Williams, l’homme arrêté dans la nuit de mardi à mercredi par la police mexicaine dans une localité au sud de Cancún, outre qu’il était un prédateur sexuel de mineur présumé figurant depuis lundi parmi les « dix fugitifs les plus recherchés » par le FBI, est, d’après le site LGBT FrontiersLA.com, « un membre éminent de la communauté LGBT de Californie du Sud », professeur à la University of Southern California en « études du genre », auteur de plusieurs livres de référence pour le lobby LGBT (Overcoming Heterosexism and Homophobia, Gay and Lesbian Rights in the United States, etc.) Ces derniers temps, il avait concentré ses recherches sur la Thaïlande, précise-t-il sans rire sur son site personnel sous cette photo :
L’individu est considéré comme « extrêmement dangereux ». « Recherché par le FBI pour exploitation sexuelle d’enfants » selon Gaspar Armando García, procureur de l’État de Quintana Roo, il a été « placé sous surveillance stricte ». Walter L. Williams est soupçonné d’avoir eu des actes sexuels avec au moins une dizaine de mineurs du tiers-monde (notamment des Philippines), produit de la pédopornographie et agressé sexuellement des étudiants ou des personnes sollicitées pour l’écriture de certains de ses livres…
« C’est l’un des pires cauchemars de la communauté LGBT », résume FrontiersLA.com.
Posted on June 19, 2013 by clairethinker Edit