Anti-child sexual abuse activist 'had sex with 15-year-old boy and kept child abuse images of kids younger than 12'

Anti-child sexual abuse activist 'had sex with 15-year-old boy and also kept child abuse images of kids younger than 12'

18.1.2020

Anti-child sexual abuse activist 'had sex with 15-year-old boy and also kept child abuse images of kids younger than 12'

AN ACTIVIST who worked to end child sex abuse — and claimed he was once in line for a Nobel Peace Prize — has admitted to having sex with a boy and owning child abuse images. Joel Davis, a 24-year-…

: 17 Jan 2020, 13:58 AN ACTIVIST who worked to end child sex abuse — and claimed he was once in line for a Nobel Peace Prize — has admitted to having sex with a boy and owning child abuse images. Joel Davis, a 24-year-old former Ivy League student, yesterday to arranging “to meet a 15-year-old boy for sex” and to having sex with him, according to officials. 1 Joel Davis, 24, pleaded guilty to having sex with a boy and owning child abuse pictures and videos Credit: Facebook Davis admitted to owning child abuse images and videos “that included children under the age of 12,” Geoffrey Berman, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of , said. He also received and sent out child abuse material through a cell phone, prosecutors said in a statement . In June 2018, Davis texted undercover investigators that he was "sexually interested in children of all ages," the prosecutor's office said. The then-22-year-old sent the officer sexually explicit pictures of infants and children, including photos of them engaged in sexual activity with adults, according to the FBI. Davis, officials said, tried getting the officer to "send sexually explicit video of his nine-year-old daughter, and even to set up a sexual encounter between himself and a two-year-old." Davis attended Columbia University, an Ivy League school in Read more: The Sun

Can’t trust nobody! 😡 Sickening Those who yell the loudest, have the most to hide 🤬They hide in plain sight. TDanevirke Hang him from the nearest tree, and use the same rope for the next one. Zero tolerance for these bastards. Whodda thunk it ٠٠٠

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