NSW pedophile gets 18 years in prison for filming himself assaulting boy and sharing footage on Snapchat

‘Wish I Had A Son To Play With’: Read the vicious posts of a deranged pedophile who filmed himself abusing a prepubescent boy sent to other perverts – as his litany of crimes are revealed

  • Justin Kenneth Radford Abused The Same Boy Since At Least 2019
  • He shared videos of the abuse online, including as the boy tried to stop him
  • The boy’s family found out after the arrest and are worried he will never recover










Pictured: Justin Kenneth Radford, 30

A ‘sad and lonely’ pedophile who filmed himself sexually assaulting a young boy and shared the depraved footage on Snapchat has been sentenced to 18 years in prison.

Justin Kenneth Radford was arrested last February at his home in Wyong, on the central coast of NSW, after police received a tip from US authorities that the popular media-sharing app was being used to promote sexual abuse material. distribute children.

In a series of sick messages discovered by police, Radford sent six videos to another pedophile asking if they had “baby stuff.”

Another user told Radford that he has a son that he “loves to play with,” to which Radford replied, “I wish I had a son to play with” and “I’m so jealous of you.”

The 30-year-old pleaded guilty to 17 charges, including seven charges for sexually touching a young boy, along with a series of charges related to distributing thousands of images and videos of child abuse and bestiality to 19 people.

Judge Tanya Bright read parts of a heartbreaking victim impact statement in Gosford court on Tuesday in which the boy’s family explained that they only learned about their son’s abuse after Radford was arrested.

Justin Kenneth Radford (pictured) was jailed for 18 years on Tuesday for abusing a young boy

Justin Kenneth Radford (pictured) was jailed for 18 years on Tuesday for abusing a young boy

“There’s no real way I can explain the pain, the pain, the sadness. We compete every day and find ways to overcome the experience as much as possible,” the statement said, according to news.com.au.

The family said they initially noticed the boy’s behavior had changed – he was “clearly upset” and began to refuse affection, such as hugging and kissing.

After learning about the abuse, they were forced to move and the father quit his job to make sure he was home more often.

Radford sent images of the boy to online pedophiles and said he hoped to “get more from him soon.”

Judge Bright said: “They describe their concern for (the victim) as he gets older and they are saddened that they don’t know if (the victim) will remember the events.”

Pictured: Police raid a house during Operation Arkenstone, arresting 17 men

Pictured: Police raid a house during Operation Arkenstone, arresting 17 men

The court heard that the former Nine Network tape library assistant had 10 videos showing him abusing the boy on four separate days from about January 2019.

Each disturbing video ranges from about nine to 51 seconds and shows Radford sexually assaulting the boy – trying to stop him.

In one video, the deranged pedophile stops his victim from leaving the room before abusing him.

Speaking to another child molester via email, Radford said he had “a lot of” footage but said he’d “prefer not to share them online” — ending the message with a smiling emoji.

Pictured: A man with his head in his hands after being arrested during a police operation

Pictured: A man with his head in his hands after being arrested during a police operation

Pictured: A man arrested after a crackdown on pedophiles using Dropbox

Pictured: A man arrested after a crackdown on pedophiles using Dropbox

“Please hide or delete this one as well because my names are on it haha,” he wrote, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Agents downloaded only nine links of illegal material from the Dropbox folder due to the sheer volume available.

Because the links were available for interested parties to download, the police closed the remaining links.

After he was arrested, AFP officers set up Operation Arkstone and arrested 17 men in NSW, Western Australia and Queensland.

More than 800 charges have been filed.

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