British paedophiles jailed after global investigation into app which posts shocking live child rape
Two British men have been jailed after a global investigation found they had watched “warped” shocking live films of children being raped with other paedophiles on a clandestine app.
Stephen Stott and Dean Jones have been jailed for a total of 41 months after an investigation by US Homeland Security into child abuse.
Police found that groups of up to 50 paedophiles were accessing video conference software on mobile phone apps to view explicit child abuse images, the court was told.
Using ten-digit pin codes to access the chat rooms, the disgusting videos showed boys and girls, aged as young as 12 months, being raped live.
In 2015, Stott from Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, was seen writing and replying on the chat rooms, Minshull Street Crown Court, Manchester, heard.
On one video of a five-year-old girl being raped the hospitality worker wrote: “Would love to see boy”, “anyone snuff?” and “who wants tiny?”.
Disturbingly the 23-year-old asked fellow perverts about actual participation in child sex abuse by asking: “Anyone had real?”, “anyone with access” and “any UK with access.”
The National Crime Agency (NCA) arrested Stott in July 2016 and analysed his phone to discover he had sent to Jones video clips of girls and boys, as young as ten, being repeatedly raped and abused.
Jones, from Stockport, was later arrested after a WhatsApp exchange where the 34-year-old said: ”You child minding soon?” to which Stott replied: ” Hopefully. What you wana (sic) do then? What if he said something?”.