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'Unspeakable': 79 charged in N.J. with child predator crimes

When 36-year-old George Castillo of California drove to Los Angeles International Airport in April, law enforcement says he expected to meet a 4-year-old and a 9-year-old girl. Castillo had a stuffed animal. And various sex toys.

Around the same time, Joseph Donohew, 26, of Indiana, shelled out $100 downpayment to a man he thought was the father of a 9-year-old girl. The deal? It was for sex with the child, police said. Donohew brought a girl's nightgown with characters of the Disney movie "Frozen" on it, police say. 

Neither Castillo or Donohew met their intended targets, officials said. Instead, they were both arrested after two of the people they spoke with were New Jersey State Police officers -- not a child trafficker or fathers of young girls.

They were among 79 arrested in a massive, 9-month child predator operation by state authorities that extended beyond New Jersey's borders, state Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced Friday.

The charges range from child trafficking to sexual assault, and manufacturing child pornography to possession of child pornography.

The dozens arrested include a Trenton police officer, a swimming coach, a captain in the Air Force, a piano teacher, three brothers and an IT professional who  could end up having more than 1 million files of child pornography once a full examination of his computer equipment is complete, according to the state's attorney general.

"The men we arrested lurked in the shadows of the internet and social media, looking for opportunities to sexually assault young children or to view such unspeakable assaults by sharing child pornography," Porrino said in a news conference with other law enforcement officials at the State Police Technology Complex in Hamilton Township.

Porrino described the sexual exploitation of children as a "horrific problem" that doesn't "appear to be subsiding."

It was also a chance for State Police to show what technology and new methods they're using to catch people, including dogs who can sniff out hidden thumb drives or cell phones inside the homes of suspected offenders.

The demonstration came with a stark warning for people who prey on children or share child pornography.

"If you're lurking in a chat room or on social media looking to exploit a child, ... our investigators are lurking alongside of you," Porrino said.

Porrino said those who have children should "trust your instincts" and "pay attention."

"Are they behaving differently? Are they being secretive or protective of their cell phones?" Porrino said.

Parents and guardians should educate their children and tell them about the risks of the internet and online phone apps and video games.

The attorney genral's office didn't say whether any of the arrested men had lawyers.

Castillo faces federal charges of transportation of a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity and production of child pornography, as well as New Jersey charges including first-degree conspiracy to commit child trafficking.

Donohew was charged in Indiana with attempted child molestation.

Eight people were charged with various "hands-on" crimes, Porrino said, that include sexual assualt and luring a child or manufacturing pornography, according to the attorney general's office. They are:

-- William Esker, 22, of Bayonne, charged on Sept. 7 by the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office with aggravated criminal sexual contact for allegedly engaging in sexual conduct with a girl, 14, over whom he had direct supervision as a camp counselor, police said. He also is charged with providing obscene material to a child and endangering the welfare of a child.

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-- Donald Beckwith, 34, of Browns Mills, charged in Delaware with sexual solicitation of a minor and attempt to commit unlawful sexual contact with a minor, police said. Beckwith is a captain in the Air Force stationed in New Jersey.

-- Michael DeBlock, 22, of Hopatcong, a youth minister, arrested on Oct. 10 and charged by the Sussex County Prosecutor's Office with possession of child pornography and conveying obscene materials to a child.

-- Brandon Morris, 24, of Hammonton, arrested on Oct. 17 and charged by the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office with manufacturing child pornography, endangering the welfare of a child by sexual conduct, conveying obscene materials to a child, and possession of child pornography.

-- A 17-year-old student from Bergen County, whose name is not being released due to his age, arrested on Aug. 17 and charged by the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office with manufacturing, distributing and possessing child pornography, as well as invasion of privacy.

-- Craig Kirschner, 39, of Marlboro, arrested on Aug. 21 and charged by the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office with luring a child, attempted sexual assault of a minor, and conveying obscene material to a minor.

-- Isaac Toney, 40, of Trenton, arrested on July 17 by the New Jersey State Police and charged with luring a child.

-- Robert Elmi, 63, of Gillette, arrested by the New Jersey State Police on Nov. 9 on a charge of luring a child.

Forty-one people were charged with second-degree distribution of child pornography, which carries a sentence of five-to-10 years in prison, and 66 people were charged with third-degree possession of child pornography, which carries a sentence of three-to-five years in prison, according to the attorney general's office.

Eleven would be considered "super-possessors" under a new law set to take effect in 2018. They are:

-- William Camargo, 48, of Millington, an IT professional, accused of having more than 138,000 files of suspected child pornography, and possibly more than one million files.

-- Callen Kapschock, 55, of Hamilton, a mechanic, allegedly had more than 10,000 files.

-- Md F. Uddin, 43, of Elizabeth, an engineer, allegedly had more than 5,000 files.

-- Kody Knotts, 22, of Millville, along with his two brothers, Alexander Knotts, 27, and Kyle Knotts, 23, allegedly had a combined total of nearly 5,000 files.

-- Laurence Duque, 42, of Dayton, allegedly had over 4,000 files.

-- Gregory Piszczek, 35, of Woodbridge, an IT professional, allegedly had over 4,000 files.

--Kevin Groeger, 63, of Cranford, a postal worker, allegedly had over 2,000 files.

-- Pasquale "Charles" Albano, 75, of Point Pleasant, allegedly had over 1,000 files.

-- Juvenile Male, 17, allegedly had over 1,000 files.

According to the attorney general's office, the following were charged with possession and/or distribution of child pornography:

-- Paul Marinelli, 52, of South Brunswick, a Trenton police officer (possession).

-- James Cutrone, 54, of Hazlet, a youth swim coach (distribution).

-- Bryan San Andreas, 37, of Toms River, a piano teacher (possession).

-- John Parsons, 50, of Vineland (possession).

-- Donald Williams, 39, of Camden, (distribution).

-- Kevin Wenng, 35, of Cliffwood Beach (possession).

-- Victor Kurynow, 58, of Bedminster (attempted possession and conveying obscene materials to a minor).

-- Paul Fuhs, 44, of Laurel Springs, (possession).

-- Ryan Stemetzki, 26, of Maple Shade, (possession and distribution).

-- Robert Ruff, 56, of Delran (possession).

-- Robert King, 63, of North Wildwood (possession and distribution).

-- Jason Locke, 42, of Manchester (possession).

-- Stephen Slawinski, 60, of Morris Plains, (possession and distribution).

-- Herbert Ferreira, 43, of Dover (possession and distribution).

-- Joseph Maruca, 26, of Berkeley Township (possession).

-- James Gilbertson, 60, of Manchester (possession).

-- Christopher Todd, 49, of Lyndhurst (possession and distribution).

-- Alexis Gonzalez, 28, of Hackensack (possession).

-- Raul Rodriguez, 33, of Jersey City (possession).

-- Dhanendhran Govender, 32, of East Windsor (possession and distribution).

-- Luis Pacheco-Loja, 30, of Belleville (possession and distribution).

-- Robert White, 66, of Morristown (possession and distribution).

-- Jonathan Latiff 40, of Jersey City (possession and distribution).

-- Anthony Gerace, 43, of Egg Harbor Township (distribution).

-- Antonio Baang, 26, of Galloway Township, (possession).

-- Richard Lake, 65, of Trenton (possession and distribution).

-- Federico Flores, 29, of Rahway, (possession and distribution).

-- James Agin, 69, of Westwood, (possession and distribution).

-- Fortino Rosales-Rodriguez, 22, of Oaklyn, (possession).

-- Justin Saavedra, 22, of Clifton, (distribution).

-- Daniel Braz, 39, of South River (possession and distribution).

-- Nelson Cintron, Jr., 54, of Collingswood, (possession and distribution).

-- Michael Brown, 28, of Pennsauken, (possession and distribution).

-- Erik Baez, 38, of Sicklerville (possession and distribution).

-- Larry Gonzalez, 45, of Elizabeth (possession and distribution).

-- Erik Johnson, 49  (charged by Union County Prosecutor's Office with possession and distribution).

-- Marco Biason, 68, of Dover (possession).

-- Brian Neilson, 55, of Metuchen (possession).

-- Thomas Smith, 54, of Woodstown (possession and distribution).

-- Zachary Brawer, 31, of Paramus (possession and distribution).

-- Brian J. Gardner, 74, of Nutley (possession and distribution).

-- John T. Ruffner, 37, of Lumberton (possession).

-- John Skubiak, 62, of Deptford (possession and distribution).

-- Nicholas J. Novak, 66, of Ocean Township (possession and distribution).

-- Eric MacAfee, 41, of Seaside Heights (possession).

-- Jeison Padilla, 29, of Somerville (possession and conveying obscene materials to a minor).

-- Justin England, 31, of North Plainfield (possession and distribution).

-- Eric Yourish, 61, of North Plainfield (possession).

-- Christopher Dunham, 22, of Rockaway (possession and distribution).

-- Justin Piccola, 23, of Randolph (possession and distribution).

-- Nicolas Bencze, 36, of Maywood (possession and distribution).

-- Michael Yosco, 70, of Garfield (possession).

-- Male Juvenile, age 14, of Bergen County (possession).

-- Julio Garcia, 29, of Bridgeton (possession and distribution).

-- Joseph Lawitz, 34, of Hamilton (possession).

-- James Livas, 22, of Hopatcong (possession and distribution).

-- Robert Fuscarino, 27, of Hopatcong (possession and distribution).

-- Donovan Roots, 19, of Pilesgrove (possession and distribution).

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Comment by Robin on January 1, 2018 at 8:36am

Thank you for posting that link, Bruce. 

Comment by Robin on March 12, 2018 at 6:55pm

This is awesome news! Way to go, my NJ State Troopers! Our cyber crimes unit is one of the best in the country!

New Jersey: 40 Pedophiles and Child Porn ‘Kingpin' Taken Down

03-11-2018 News

A monumental victory for law enforcement to report coming out of Ocean City, New Jersey where a global pedophilia-enabling child pornographer has been apprehended by authorities and will now be sentenced for his crimes against innocent children.

The case involves 31-year-old Anthony White, of Lakewood, New Jersey, who authorities say was running a global child pornography ring that victimized thousands of children.

Pedophile Child Porn Kingpin, 31-year-old Anthony White. Credit: New Jersey State Police / Attorney General

The New Jersey Attorney General's office said that White was one of 40 pedophiles who were under investigation as part of "Operation Statewide," where joint operations involving the New Jersey State Police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and various other law enforcement agencies were determined to take down the network of disgusting pedophiles as part of their efforts.

During the investigation, a Detective from the New Jersey State Police's Digital Technology Investigations Unit was monitoring a peer-to-peer (p2p protocol) network that was being used by pedophiles across the globe to share sexually explicit images and videos of prepubescent children being sexually assaulted by adults, oftentimes in horrific situations of sexual abuse and torture, a disturbing fetish that's increasingly profitable across the globe.

While monitoring that network, the Detective discovered an IP address that led back to the residence or Anthony White, which was transmitting numerous videos of child pornography.

A search warrant was finally executed on White's home on July 20th, of 2016, where law enforcement seized hard drives, mobile phones, laptop computers, desktop computers, SD cards and expandable memory, among other electronics to send to their digital forensics lab for analysis.

On those devices, White was found to be in possession of over 36,000 videos and pictures of child pornography, as reported by the news website, who wrote the "Lakewood man admits to one of biggest child porn collections in NJ history," describing the massive trove of vile child porn.

White also admitted that he attempted to "reproduce" those images, according to police.

White has since made a deal in the case to enter a guilty plea before Ocean County Superior Court before Judge Linda Baxter on second-degree charges of distributing child pornography and attempting to manufacture child pornography.

White will appear before Judge Baxter in the Ocean County Superior Court late next month for sentencing.

New Jersey authorities have been leading the charge in the fight against child pornography, engaging in numerous takedowns in the past several years including "Operation Safety Net," a December sweep which apprehended an additional 79 pedophiles, as reported by Local PIX Channel 11.

New Jersey Police Detectives are still engaged in a search for potential victims or one of those pedophiles, who they believe may have sexually assaulted children in several other states in which he resided.

The Goldwater interviewed Detective Sergeant P. Sciortino of the New Jersey State Police; who stated that the suspect, 42-year-old Ethan Chandler, is a vicious pedophile that attempted to find employment around young children in multiple states across America in order to groom his victims as if they're his prey.

‍♂️ Detectives in New Jersey Need Help Locating Victims of a Pedophile who Raped Children Nationwide‍♀️
NEW JERSEY STATE POLICE NEED YOUR HELP LOCATING VICTIMS!#PedoGate#PedoGateNews#BackTheBlue#BlueLivesMatter#SaveTheChildren#RedPill

— ⱤɆĐ ₱łⱠⱠ (@IWillRedPillYou) December 30, 2017

Chandler is both a former youth pastor and ran a film production company in which he sought out parents of children involved in school sports to produce and edit videos for them.

Also in December authorities in New Jersey apprehended an employee of the state's Child Protection Agency (CPA), in a case which shook the foundation of children's services across the country by showcasing that someone who's tasked with protecting children was instead abusing them sexually.

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office in New Jersey charged 55-year-old Voorhees resident Charles Borrelli, a longtime employee of the Philadelphia Department of Human Services, with third-degree possession of child pornography.

According to investigators, the Camden County High-Tech Crimes Unit, conducted a full and detailed search of Borrelli's home after they'd received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Philadelphia Child Protection Agency Employee Now Charged with Child Pornography#RedPill#Goldwater

— ⱤɆĐ ₱łⱠⱠ (@IWillRedPillYou) December 15, 2017

Investigators say that during the search they seized multiple digital devices from his residence that all were found to contain child pornography, in which led to Borrelli being arrested at his home without incident.

Very disturbing that such individuals are placed into roles where they're around children or would have access to a child's information all while being a sexual predator.

In September of 2017, a locally popular Jewish Musician, Eric Komar, who performed folk songs for children was also charged with the possession of child pornography, shocking fans, and families of the traveling star.

Popular Jewish Children's Musician Eric Komar Busted for Child Pornography in New Jersey#RedPill#PedoGateNews

— ⱤɆĐ ₱łⱠⱠ (@IWillRedPillYou) September 25, 2017

With the arrest of Komar, it underscores that many of these children sexual predators are abusing their careers working around children if not intentionally taking a career where they could be around children in order to engage in their perverse and demented sexual fantasies.

It's important to note that each and every child who's portrayed in a child pornographic image or child pornographic video is a victim.

Somewhere, at some point in time, each of those children was sexually assaulted in the process of producing the child pornography to be distributed to thousands if not millions of pedophiles across the globe.

Pedophilia and child pornography are not victimless crimes, despite efforts to attempt to normalize such by the left.

According to New Jersey State Police Lieutenant John Pizzuro, commander of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, parents should be fully aware of whom their children are talking to online.

This case is expected to draw in analysts and experts from across the country as the debate as to how sex offenders and pedophiles should be prosecuted and sentenced begins to heat up, with numerous individuals pointing out that a sentence of imprisonment for child sexual predators is not justice.

In fact, there are countless cases in which after a pedophile is released from prison they then become a threat to the public offending again, oftentimes raping another child or indulging in the disturbing distribution and production of child pornography.

The taxpaying citizens end up paying to house a convicted pedophile or child sexual predator behind bars, feeding them daily, and it's a monumental waste of cash knowing that these sick individuals will one day be free to roam the earth again and prey upon children.

It's been suggested that the most beneficial act of sentencing for such a criminal would be the death penalty, a measure the would instantaneously remove the threat to children off the face or the earth, and also send a message to any would-be pedophiles that hurting the most innocent of children would result in their execution.

Psychology professors Elizabeth Jeglic of Cranbury and Cynthia Calkins Mercado of Union City are now raising new questions about Megan's Law, legislation which was enacted after 7-year-old Megan Kanka, a Hamilton Township girl, was viciously raped and murdered in 1994 by a sex offender who had been convicted twice but still released from prison.

It's hoped that this debate will rage on to a national scale, knowing that there is no rehabilitation for pedophiles, especially those who have acted upon their urges to harm a child.

Megan's Law won't stop a pedophile from raping a child. This is a fact. While it makes the information on convicted and registered sex offenders available to the public, it's not going to be a strong deterrent in halting the abuse from pedophiles.

Far too often do we see pedophiles placed back into the general population after their release, and commit additional crimes, sometimes which are more horrific than the first crime they've committed.

With progressive liberals taking the defense of pedophilia, suggesting that it's a victimless crime, even going as far as trying to normalize the demented behavior of pedophilia, it's one of the most important battles in the culture war.

I believe that convicted pedophiles / child sex predators should be publicly executed~
They are released from prison only to indulge in child porn or rape/molest children again~
Democrats seem to want to normalize it#PedoGate#DaylightSavings#IndyCar
Your stance on sentencing?

— ⱤɆĐ ₱łⱠⱠ (@IWillRedPillYou) March 11, 2018

Anyone who harms a child should cease to exist, and this is a firm stance that the majority of Trump Supporters and conservatives in America believe in, despite the mental illness of the Democratic Party who try and defend these heinous crimes.

Public executions for these pedophiles should be considered by Congress as a mandatory sentence, as a means of a deterrent in striking fear into those who would harm a child, as well as being the ultimate punishment for one of the worst crimes on the planet.

Making any sexual abuse against a child a federal crime punishable by death, whether it be rape, molestation, or child pornography, should be a keynote change introduced by one of our Representatives or Senators into their respective branches of Congress.

The fact that it's not already a law on the books is quite disturbing, and it needs to change.

No matter what your stance, prison or execution for pedophiles, you have to realize these crimes are both heinous and outright evil.

The New Jersey State Police and law enforcement across the state deserve an enormous round of applause for their endless efforts in stopping the plague of child pornography which is being spread by vile pedophiles.

Thank you, to all law enforcement in New Jersey, and across the nation who have fought hard to take these monsters down.

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Comment by kwicgov55 on March 13, 2018 at 5:49pm

Chemical castration could be an option when dealing with these vermin. Parents have to very diligent, knowing exactly who their children are in contact with. From the list of arrest in the article, not all bad guys look like monsters, some have jobs that put them in contact with children.

When my youngest grand daughter continually wondered up to strangers, even going into homes of neighbors my daughter didn't know, my daughter went to a website that listed convicted pedophiles, and showed my grand daughter that not all bad guys looked like bad guys. Visiting that site frightened my grand daughter, but she became a little less trusting when she realized bad people could be nice, and not look like bad people.

It is a shame that we have to frighten our children to help keep them safe, but if the kids are not made aware of the danger, they can become victims.

Comment by Robin on March 18, 2018 at 6:16pm

Now there are 18,574 SEALED Indictments nationwide.

Comment by Bruce O'Hara on March 18, 2018 at 6:54pm

Sometimes, the scope of evil that is perpetrated by people is appalling. I truly think that child sexual exploitation should be a capital crime. Or, at the least, put them all in an Alcatraz-like setting.
Congrats on your New Jersey enforcement folks, Robin, they ROCK!!!!

Comment by Jerseygal on March 18, 2018 at 8:08pm

It’s the left who keeps the very good suggestions for punishments stated above from becoming policy!  I agree...castration, incarceration, execution.  

Comment by kwicgov55 on March 19, 2018 at 5:51pm

You are right about the left protecting their pedophiles JG. Look at Hollywood for example. When the sexual abuse of women by people like Harvey Weinstein came to light, their was rightly a great outcry, with 24 hour media coverage. Then it came out from several former child stars that they had been sexually abused as children.

Corey Feldman had been alluding for years that he and Corey Haim had been sexually abused by powerful people in Hollywood, that if he were to expose them, would get him sued at the very least, and murdered in an accidental way was even more likely. Feldman was only one of several who came out about the abuse when they were children, yet, media quickly swept their allegations under the rug, effectively ignoring the alleged abuse and protecting powerful abusers. "Me too" movement started, and the abuse of the former child star's and the potential abuse of current child stars by the same powerful abusers were effectively swept under the rug.

We suspect there are many in powerful positions from Hollywood to politics, and those people will do whatever is necessary to protect themselves, while they continue to abuse and damage more children.

The abusers they are catching are people with little influence, and no threat to the leftist elites who are involved in the pedophilia lifestyle. It is good that there are authorities fighting this evil, helping to save helpless victims. It still comes down to parents, and their vigilantes in many ways. 

Comment by kwicgov55 on March 19, 2018 at 6:26pm

Agreed Bruce that these pedophiles are evil, their crimes heinous and life destroying. Also agree that the punishment for them is way to lenient and must be harsher to protect children.

Remember the case of Jessica Lunsford in Florida? I remember reading about the case, and that her murderer, John Couey, killed the little girl because he didn't want to be sent back to prison if people found out what he had done to her. Couey had been in trouble before for past sexual abuse. Why was he allowed to roam free, and live near children without their parents being aware he was there? As a repeat offender, why was Couey free from prison in the first place? And how much help has the law named for Jessica Lunsford, Couey's little victim, been useful in keeping children safe? While those laws are useful, more has to be done to protect our children and grandchildren. 

The prison system will not put these vermin into the general prison population, since they will likely be murdered when prisoners find out what they have done. I can not imagine how anyone could work to protect these evil people like leftist do.

Comment by kwicgov55 on March 19, 2018 at 6:30pm

Wow Robin! That is a lot of evil. Hope they are incarcerated then the key thrown away!  

Comment by Jerseygal on March 19, 2018 at 8:23pm

You know, Kwic, it’s interesting that all those stories about abuse by Hollywood power people have pretty much stopped.  I think it is more than a little curious that the headlines stopped the same time Roy Moore lost the Alabama senate election.  Call me a conspiracy nut, but really think the whole ‘me too’ thing was kept in the headlines because the left was going to use the Moore election (had he won) to make a ‘no tolerance’ case, and they sacrificed Al Franken to do so.  When Moore lost, their ulterior motives could not be played out, because their target was ultimately Donald Trump, but they had to destroy a duly elected Roy Moore to begin their assault on Trump, which they couldn’t do since he lost.  This is just my rambling thoughts on the issue....there is more, but for another time.


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