Two British men arrested in Yorkshire have been charged with multiple crimes of sex abuse of underage boys. One of the men, Anthony Marsh, 53, knew he was HIV positive yet went on pursuing and exploiting victims as young as 13 without informing them of the risks.
Anthony Marsh and Lee Davis.
Lee Davis, 39 was the younger of the pair of accomplices. They used social websites such as Facebook and Bebo, as well as “gay”-networking sites, to contact vulnerable young males, aged 13-17, whom they then lured to meetings where their homosexual activities were secretly filmed. The two men would frequently exchange partners and share their videos.
Marsh and Davis, both from the Doncaster area, have been described by police as “paedophiles” but they are nothing like the profile of a “paedophile” as defined by homosexuals (i.e. impotent with adults, and interested in children of both genders). Both men were in fact married, with families, and both were interested in casual relations only with young males. Neither was interested in girls. It would be more accurate to call them pederasts.
They used a number of false identities to make the job of tracing them and bringing charges harder. Marsh and Davis may get life terms when they are sentenced in December after admitting a string of offences against boys aged 13 to 17, going back as far as 2005. Detective Inspector Delphine Waring, who led South Yorkshire Police’s Operation Klan to bring the two men to justice, said Marsh and Davis “searched various websites, trawling for impressionable, young, vulnerable boys”.
Police investigators said that Marsh and Davis would seek out young teenagers who were unsure or confused about their sexual identity, and encourage them to experiment with homosexuality.
VGB says: This why gay clubs and gay indoctrination in schools are so dangerous. Precisely because many teenagers are unsure about their sexual identity and can be led astray and taken advantage of in just this kind of way. What the queers want is to abolish the age of consent and set up LGBT clubs in every school and neighbourhood, to recruit more kids…
The investigation was launched after North Yorkshire Police received a call in May reporting that a man named Tony was in a hotel room in Scarborough and may have been in possession of indecent images. Marsh, 53, from Hatfield, South Yorkshire, who also used the names Tony Taylor and Tony Smith, was arrested and a number of electronic items in his possession were examined by detectives.
Days later, after South Yorkshire Police took over the case, Davis, 39, from Conisbrough, who went under the name James Parkin, was also detained. At Davis’s home address, 300 DVDs were found which appeared to contain images recorded on a camcorder of him engaging in sexual activity with children.
Davis was charged with five counts of sexual activity with boys aged 13 to 15, appeared before magistrates in Rotherham and was remanded into custody. In July both men were taken from prison for further interviews and went on to make further admissions about their crimes, leading to some of the charges they later admitted in court.
“Marsh and Davis would pick victims up and take them somewhere discreet, such as woodland. Occasionally they’d use hotels. Davis recorded a lot of the sexual activity, which we’ve had to view in order to identify people. Davis, who is unemployed, took some of the victims to the family home while his wife was at work.
“A lot of the boys didn’t perceive themselves to be victims at the time. They consented to meeting, to the sexual activity, but some of them have been particularly disturbed to find out they’ve been filmed.”
It is thought that Marsh and Davis met online, as they met their victims online, but police believe they went on to trade their victims between each other using illicit mobile phones and computers.
South Yorkshire Police said Davis filmed teenagers at his home or in his van. Officers believe some of the footage shot by Marsh has been distributed by him over the web.
Posted on November 2, 2013 by clairethinker