Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Boozy Banker Cruised Net To Hook Up With Underage Girls

Isleworth Crown Court
A Barclay bank employee, caught in an online police sting, has been jailed for child sex offences involving two girls, aged ten and twelve years-old, he wanted to abuse.

Michael Ray King, 38, of Victoria Road, Poole, was working in a branch of the bank located in the town before going home to his flat and spending the evening drinking heavily and cruising the net to chat with fellow paedophiles.

He was convicted at Isleworth Crown Court of arranging the commission of a child sex offence between November 10, 2013 and March 12, this year and attempting to engage in sexual activity in front of a child on March 5.

King was sentenced to four years imprisonment and must sign the sex offenders register for life.

The jury heard King, a first-time offender, indulged in sick online conversations with an undercover officer, known as 'Jez', on intenet forums entitled 'Incest' and 'Jailbait.'

The defendant discussed meeting 'Jez' and his two young daughters and having sex with them and encouraged 'Jez' to abuse the girls while chating online.

King also sent 'Jez' pictures of “scantily-clad” young girls and gave his phone number to the officer.

The jury also found the defendant pleasured himself in front of his computer's webcam, believing 'Jez' was forcing the girl to watch.

King tod the jury he was acting out fantasies for sexual kicks and never believed there were any young girls watching him via his webcam or in danger of being abused.

He claimed to be depressed and stressed and spent long evenings alone, often drinking five cans of lager a night and smoking cannabis.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How can I find out if the individual is on the sex offender register for life?