WANTED: Bill Dwayne Dulen – Child Molester and Producer of Child Porn


A Roosevelt man missing since January and suspected of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of production and possession of child pornography.

Bill Dwayne Dulen, 40, has been missing since Jan. 5, when his wife confronted him in a phone call with allegations of child sex abuse after she found a note from the alleged victim to her husband in the couple’s home. There is an outstanding warrant for Dulen’s arrest on two state counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child.

According to a two-count indictment handed up Wednesday in U.S. District Court, Dulen convinced his alleged victim — for a period of two years — to engage in sexually explicit conduct while he photographed her. He is also accused of having child pornography on a computer seized from his home following his disappearance.

Roosevelt Police Lt. Ben Lemmon said investigators have had no luck tracking down Dulen since his abandoned truck was found in a remote area of Uintah County two days after the confrontation with his wife. Several searches of the area turned up footprints leaving the vehicle’s passenger side and walking back to another set of tire tracks. There were no other footprints in the freshly fallen snow.

Published in: on February 24, 2008 at 9:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

WANTED: Bill Dwayne Dulen – Child Molester and Producer of Child Porn


A Roosevelt man missing since January and suspected of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of production and possession of child pornography.

Bill Dwayne Dulen, 40, has been missing since Jan. 5, when his wife confronted him in a phone call with allegations of child sex abuse after she found a note from the alleged victim to her husband in the couple’s home. There is an outstanding warrant for Dulen’s arrest on two state counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child.

According to a two-count indictment handed up Wednesday in U.S. District Court, Dulen convinced his alleged victim — for a period of two years — to engage in sexually explicit conduct while he photographed her. He is also accused of having child pornography on a computer seized from his home following his disappearance.

Roosevelt Police Lt. Ben Lemmon said investigators have had no luck tracking down Dulen since his abandoned truck was found in a remote area of Uintah County two days after the confrontation with his wife. Several searches of the area turned up footprints leaving the vehicle’s passenger side and walking back to another set of tire tracks. There were no other footprints in the freshly fallen snow.

Published in: on February 24, 2008 at 9:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

WANTED: Bill Dwayne Dulen – Child Molester and Producer of Child Porn


A Roosevelt man missing since January and suspected of sexually abusing a 7-year-old girl has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of production and possession of child pornography.

Bill Dwayne Dulen, 40, has been missing since Jan. 5, when his wife confronted him in a phone call with allegations of child sex abuse after she found a note from the alleged victim to her husband in the couple’s home. There is an outstanding warrant for Dulen’s arrest on two state counts of aggravated sex abuse of a child.

According to a two-count indictment handed up Wednesday in U.S. District Court, Dulen convinced his alleged victim — for a period of two years — to engage in sexually explicit conduct while he photographed her. He is also accused of having child pornography on a computer seized from his home following his disappearance.

Roosevelt Police Lt. Ben Lemmon said investigators have had no luck tracking down Dulen since his abandoned truck was found in a remote area of Uintah County two days after the confrontation with his wife. Several searches of the area turned up footprints leaving the vehicle’s passenger side and walking back to another set of tire tracks. There were no other footprints in the freshly fallen snow.

Published in: on February 24, 2008 at 9:40 pm  Comments (1)  

Timothy Lawless – Pedophile tells judge Child Porn is his ‘therapy’

A 24-year-old Calais man told a Washington County Superior Court judge that looking at child pornography served as a form of therapy for him after working with abused children helped him confront his own demons of child abuse.

Under cross-examination by First Assistant District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, Lawless didn’t have an answer for why he disseminated the pornographic images to two others with comments such as “Hope you’re not disappointed,” and “Hope you like it.”


Judge E. Allen Hunter nonetheless sentenced Timothy Lawless on Wednesday to three years in prison with all but 120 days suspended. Lawless could have been sentenced to up to 10 years behind bars.

Lawless was placed on six years probation and ordered to perform 600 hours of community service. He also has to register as a sex offender for the next 10 years and complete a psychological evaluation from a mental health professional trained in sexual abuse issues.

“He needs some professional health intervention to deal with these issues,” the judge said.

On Feb. 5, Lawless entered guilty pleas to two counts of dissemination and two counts of possession of sexually explicit material. The incidents occurred from November 2006 until May 2007 when he was caught. Some of the images police confiscated were of children under the age of 12, while others were of minors under the age of 18. Lawless admitted he sent two e-mails with sexually explicit images attached to them — one to an individual in the United Kingdom and the other to someone in Scotland. In all, 300 pictures were found in Lawless’ Internet accounts.

On the witness stand Tuesday, Lawless said he was 9 years old when he was sexually abused over a three-day period by a 17-year-old. He said he was ashamed and never told anyone.

In May 2004, Lawless said he was hired first part time and later full time as a behavioral tech at the Calais Children’s Project, a residential treatment program for children who suffer from a variety of medical, emotional, neurological and behavioral problems. He is no longer employed there.

He testified that working at the treatment center brought back memories of his own abuse. He said he felt a connection with the children and felt he could help “fix” the kids, especially those who had been sexually abused.

“I felt my experience would help them,” he said.

Lawless went on the Internet in 2006. He said he looked at the child pornography as a kind of therapy because the images disgusted him and made him cry. He denied he had received sexual gratification from the pictures.

On May 7, Calais police told Lawless they had found the porn in his Internet account and confronted him. He told police his computer had crashed, so they were unable to examine it. After he was arrested, Lawless accepted responsibility and sought counseling. Lawless said he would prefer probation to jail.

“I’d rather be dead than sit in prison,” he told the judge.

Under cross-examination by First Assistant District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, Lawless didn’t have an answer for why he disseminated the pornographic images to two others with comments such as “Hope you’re not disappointed,” and “Hope you like it.”

When asked why he hadn’t sought counseling from trained professionals at the treatment center, Lawless said he didn’t feel he could trust them because of how they treated the children. He said they “hollered” at them.

Lawless’ psychotherapist, John Helmstadter of Alexander, testified that in the past Lawless kept his problems “bottled up” inside, but with counseling he had confronted them.

Helmstadter suggested Lawless be placed on probation and allowed to participate in community service. “I think this is a man well on his way to being salvaged,” he testified.

Lawless’ mother, Carmen Small of Robbinston, said her son never confided in her that he had been molested. Had she known, she said, she would have sought help for him. She said her son was a “24-year-old virgin” who did not abuse drugs or alcohol. “He was a victim. I wish he’d told me. He has owned up to it and sought help,” she said.

During closing arguments, Lawless’ attorney, Jeffrey Davidson of East Machias, noted his client was not a predatory individual.

“This is not a case of a person seeking out children and preying on them. This is not for profit. Three hundred images is not a lot of pictures in the Internet world,” he said.

Davidson also noted the images were not of youngsters engaged in sexual acts with adults, but were of naked youngsters sitting in various positions. “Tim did make victims of these children but not for self-gratification. He did it to deal with his own issue,” he said.

Cavanaugh disagreed. He said Lawless frequented child pornography sites and forwarded those images on to others. To say the children were just posing, Cavanaugh argued, minimized how serious the incident was.

During sentencing, the judge noted that Lawless had taken responsibility for what he had done, but believed the Calais man was in denial. He rejected Lawless’ argument that he had received no sexual gratification from the images.

“His statement lacks the ring of truth,” the judge said.

He also rejected Lawless’ argument that working with children with problems similar to his helped not only him, but also the children.

“That just doesn’t compute,” the justice said. “[And] his criticism that the staff abused children was not believable … and undermines his credibility.”

Although Lawless’ attorney asked for time before his client had to report to jail, the judge rejected that request. “The day is here, he needs to go,” Hunter said.

Lawless was placed in handcuffs and taken to the Washington County Jail.

Published in: on February 24, 2008 at 7:59 am  Leave a Comment  

Timothy Lawless – Pedophile tells judge Child Porn is his ‘therapy’

A 24-year-old Calais man told a Washington County Superior Court judge that looking at child pornography served as a form of therapy for him after working with abused children helped him confront his own demons of child abuse.

Under cross-examination by First Assistant District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, Lawless didn’t have an answer for why he disseminated the pornographic images to two others with comments such as “Hope you’re not disappointed,” and “Hope you like it.”


Judge E. Allen Hunter nonetheless sentenced Timothy Lawless on Wednesday to three years in prison with all but 120 days suspended. Lawless could have been sentenced to up to 10 years behind bars.

Lawless was placed on six years probation and ordered to perform 600 hours of community service. He also has to register as a sex offender for the next 10 years and complete a psychological evaluation from a mental health professional trained in sexual abuse issues.

“He needs some professional health intervention to deal with these issues,” the judge said.

On Feb. 5, Lawless entered guilty pleas to two counts of dissemination and two counts of possession of sexually explicit material. The incidents occurred from November 2006 until May 2007 when he was caught. Some of the images police confiscated were of children under the age of 12, while others were of minors under the age of 18. Lawless admitted he sent two e-mails with sexually explicit images attached to them — one to an individual in the United Kingdom and the other to someone in Scotland. In all, 300 pictures were found in Lawless’ Internet accounts.

On the witness stand Tuesday, Lawless said he was 9 years old when he was sexually abused over a three-day period by a 17-year-old. He said he was ashamed and never told anyone.

In May 2004, Lawless said he was hired first part time and later full time as a behavioral tech at the Calais Children’s Project, a residential treatment program for children who suffer from a variety of medical, emotional, neurological and behavioral problems. He is no longer employed there.

He testified that working at the treatment center brought back memories of his own abuse. He said he felt a connection with the children and felt he could help “fix” the kids, especially those who had been sexually abused.

“I felt my experience would help them,” he said.

Lawless went on the Internet in 2006. He said he looked at the child pornography as a kind of therapy because the images disgusted him and made him cry. He denied he had received sexual gratification from the pictures.

On May 7, Calais police told Lawless they had found the porn in his Internet account and confronted him. He told police his computer had crashed, so they were unable to examine it. After he was arrested, Lawless accepted responsibility and sought counseling. Lawless said he would prefer probation to jail.

“I’d rather be dead than sit in prison,” he told the judge.

Under cross-examination by First Assistant District Attorney Paul Cavanaugh, Lawless didn’t have an answer for why he disseminated the pornographic images to two others with comments such as “Hope you’re not disappointed,” and “Hope you like it.”

When asked why he hadn’t sought counseling from trained professionals at the treatment center, Lawless said he didn’t feel he could trust them because of how they treated the children. He said they “hollered” at them.

Lawless’ psychotherapist, John Helmstadter of Alexander, testified that in the past Lawless kept his problems “bottled up” inside, but with counseling he had confronted them.

Helmstadter suggested Lawless be placed on probation and allowed to participate in community service. “I think this is a man well on his way to being salvaged,” he testified.

Lawless’ mother, Carmen Small of Robbinston, said her son never confided in her that he had been molested. Had she known, she said, she would have sought help for him. She said her son was a “24-year-old virgin” who did not abuse drugs or alcohol. “He was a victim. I wish he’d told me. He has owned up to it and sought help,” she said.

During closing arguments, Lawless’ attorney, Jeffrey Davidson of East Machias, noted his client was not a predatory individual.

“This is not a case of a person seeking out children and preying on them. This is not for profit. Three hundred images is not a lot of pictures in the Internet world,” he said.

Davidson also noted the images were not of youngsters engaged in sexual acts with adults, but were of naked youngsters sitting in various positions. “Tim did make victims of these children but not for self-gratification. He did it to deal with his own issue,” he said.

Cavanaugh disagreed. He said Lawless frequented child pornography sites and forwarded those images on to others. To say the children were just posing, Cavanaugh argued, minimized how serious the incident was.

During sentencing, the judge noted that Lawless had taken responsibility for what he had done, but believed the Calais man was in denial. He rejected Lawless’ argument that he had received no sexual gratification from the images.

“His statement lacks the ring of truth,” the judge said.

He also rejected Lawless’ argument that working with children with problems similar to his helped not only him, but also the children.

“That just doesn’t compute,” the justice said. “[And] his criticism that the staff abused children was not believable … and undermines his credibility.”

Although Lawless’ attorney asked for time before his client had to report to jail, the judge rejected that request. “The day is here, he needs to go,” Hunter said.

Lawless was placed in handcuffs and taken to the Washington County Jail.

Published in: on February 24, 2008 at 7:59 am  Leave a Comment  

Judge Richard T. Moses – Wimp Judge Endangers Children

a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
….. Sarah Tofte


The serial sex fiend busted for allegedly stalking a woman in a Braintree bookstore bathroom left a trail of escalating depravity encompassing nearly a dozen incidents over seven years, including a violent attempted rape.

Judge Richard T. Moses knew twisted sex freak David Flavell’s history of arrests from New Hampshire to Fairhaven when he set free the Level 3 offender in 2006, ruling he posed no danger to the public, according to court filings obtained by the Herald.

In Moses’ written decision, he noted that five medical experts consulted to help decide whether to civilly commit Flavell as a sexually dangerous person agreed that he was not a threat.

“It really is Russian roulette when you make these decisions. And in this case, there happened to be a bullet in the chamber,” said Dr. Marc Whaley, a Cape Cod psychiatrist who has evaluated sex offenders facing civil commitment.

Flavell remained held yesterday on $10,000 cash bail for allegedly ambushing a Holbrook woman in the ladies room of the Borders bookstore in Braintree Jan. 29. He carried a backpack later found to contain a ski mask, gloves and duct tape.

On Wednesday, Flavell will be arraigned in Boston on charges last year that he used pay phones on the Esplanade and at Massachusetts General Hospital to place “several lewd and disturbing” calls to a national center that helps missing and exploited children.

The sexually graphic alleged calls and the Borders incident happened subsequent to Moses’ order.

But a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

Yesterday, the woman Flavell attempted to rape said she couldn’t believe her attacker was not behind bars all these years.

“He obviously keeps doing the same thing over and over again. There’s something really wrong with this man,” she said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Moses came under fire earlier this month after it was revealed that Corey Saunders, 26, another registered Level 3 sex offender the judge refused to civilly commit in 2006, was arrested for allegedly raping a 6-year-old boy in a New Bedford library.

In the Flavell case, Moses acknowledged that the pervert was an exhibitionist, but his demented acts did “not rise to the level of conduct which would make him a menace to the health and safety of others.”

Moses declined comment. But Whaley, who agrees with the judge’s decision, said exhibitionists like Flavell generally repeat the same obsessive behavior without necessarily moving up to physical attacks.

“The big problem with all of this is predicting future behavior,” Whaley said of civil commitments.

Defense attorney Edward P. Ryan Jr., whose clientele has included sex offenders and who is now chairman of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Task Force on Fair and Impartial Courts, also agreed with Moses’ decision.

“The tragedy of these high-profile cases is, somebody gets skewered because they operated in good faith when the evidence wasn’t there,” Ryan said. “And in this case, it just wasn’t there.”

13% of all new sex crimes are committed by
registered sex offenders.
Currently registered sex offenders are
one fifth of one percent of the population


0.2% of the population is committing 13%
of all NEW sex crimes
per Sarah Tofte

Judge Richard T. Moses – Wimp Judge Endangers Children

a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
….. Sarah Tofte


The serial sex fiend busted for allegedly stalking a woman in a Braintree bookstore bathroom left a trail of escalating depravity encompassing nearly a dozen incidents over seven years, including a violent attempted rape.

Judge Richard T. Moses knew twisted sex freak David Flavell’s history of arrests from New Hampshire to Fairhaven when he set free the Level 3 offender in 2006, ruling he posed no danger to the public, according to court filings obtained by the Herald.

In Moses’ written decision, he noted that five medical experts consulted to help decide whether to civilly commit Flavell as a sexually dangerous person agreed that he was not a threat.

“It really is Russian roulette when you make these decisions. And in this case, there happened to be a bullet in the chamber,” said Dr. Marc Whaley, a Cape Cod psychiatrist who has evaluated sex offenders facing civil commitment.

Flavell remained held yesterday on $10,000 cash bail for allegedly ambushing a Holbrook woman in the ladies room of the Borders bookstore in Braintree Jan. 29. He carried a backpack later found to contain a ski mask, gloves and duct tape.

On Wednesday, Flavell will be arraigned in Boston on charges last year that he used pay phones on the Esplanade and at Massachusetts General Hospital to place “several lewd and disturbing” calls to a national center that helps missing and exploited children.

The sexually graphic alleged calls and the Borders incident happened subsequent to Moses’ order.

But a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

Yesterday, the woman Flavell attempted to rape said she couldn’t believe her attacker was not behind bars all these years.

“He obviously keeps doing the same thing over and over again. There’s something really wrong with this man,” she said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Moses came under fire earlier this month after it was revealed that Corey Saunders, 26, another registered Level 3 sex offender the judge refused to civilly commit in 2006, was arrested for allegedly raping a 6-year-old boy in a New Bedford library.

In the Flavell case, Moses acknowledged that the pervert was an exhibitionist, but his demented acts did “not rise to the level of conduct which would make him a menace to the health and safety of others.”

Moses declined comment. But Whaley, who agrees with the judge’s decision, said exhibitionists like Flavell generally repeat the same obsessive behavior without necessarily moving up to physical attacks.

“The big problem with all of this is predicting future behavior,” Whaley said of civil commitments.

Defense attorney Edward P. Ryan Jr., whose clientele has included sex offenders and who is now chairman of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Task Force on Fair and Impartial Courts, also agreed with Moses’ decision.

“The tragedy of these high-profile cases is, somebody gets skewered because they operated in good faith when the evidence wasn’t there,” Ryan said. “And in this case, it just wasn’t there.”

13% of all new sex crimes are committed by
registered sex offenders.
Currently registered sex offenders are
one fifth of one percent of the population


0.2% of the population is committing 13%
of all NEW sex crimes
per Sarah Tofte

Judge Richard T. Moses – Wimp Judge Endangers Children

a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
….. Sarah Tofte


The serial sex fiend busted for allegedly stalking a woman in a Braintree bookstore bathroom left a trail of escalating depravity encompassing nearly a dozen incidents over seven years, including a violent attempted rape.

Judge Richard T. Moses knew twisted sex freak David Flavell’s history of arrests from New Hampshire to Fairhaven when he set free the Level 3 offender in 2006, ruling he posed no danger to the public, according to court filings obtained by the Herald.

In Moses’ written decision, he noted that five medical experts consulted to help decide whether to civilly commit Flavell as a sexually dangerous person agreed that he was not a threat.

“It really is Russian roulette when you make these decisions. And in this case, there happened to be a bullet in the chamber,” said Dr. Marc Whaley, a Cape Cod psychiatrist who has evaluated sex offenders facing civil commitment.

Flavell remained held yesterday on $10,000 cash bail for allegedly ambushing a Holbrook woman in the ladies room of the Borders bookstore in Braintree Jan. 29. He carried a backpack later found to contain a ski mask, gloves and duct tape.

On Wednesday, Flavell will be arraigned in Boston on charges last year that he used pay phones on the Esplanade and at Massachusetts General Hospital to place “several lewd and disturbing” calls to a national center that helps missing and exploited children.

The sexually graphic alleged calls and the Borders incident happened subsequent to Moses’ order.

But a Herald review of his 18-page decision shows the Superior Court judge knew Flavell had been arrested and convicted on a variety of sex offenses between 1996 and 2003, including masturbating in public, threatening children and brutally beating and attempting to rape a woman in Methuen. That 1996 attack took place just hours after he’d been arrested for masturbating in a department store.

Still, Moses ruled that prosecutors failed to prove “beyond a reasonable doubt” that Flavell would reoffend if he was sprung from prison.

Yesterday, the woman Flavell attempted to rape said she couldn’t believe her attacker was not behind bars all these years.

“He obviously keeps doing the same thing over and over again. There’s something really wrong with this man,” she said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Moses came under fire earlier this month after it was revealed that Corey Saunders, 26, another registered Level 3 sex offender the judge refused to civilly commit in 2006, was arrested for allegedly raping a 6-year-old boy in a New Bedford library.

In the Flavell case, Moses acknowledged that the pervert was an exhibitionist, but his demented acts did “not rise to the level of conduct which would make him a menace to the health and safety of others.”

Moses declined comment. But Whaley, who agrees with the judge’s decision, said exhibitionists like Flavell generally repeat the same obsessive behavior without necessarily moving up to physical attacks.

“The big problem with all of this is predicting future behavior,” Whaley said of civil commitments.

Defense attorney Edward P. Ryan Jr., whose clientele has included sex offenders and who is now chairman of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Task Force on Fair and Impartial Courts, also agreed with Moses’ decision.

“The tragedy of these high-profile cases is, somebody gets skewered because they operated in good faith when the evidence wasn’t there,” Ryan said. “And in this case, it just wasn’t there.”

13% of all new sex crimes are committed by
registered sex offenders.
Currently registered sex offenders are
one fifth of one percent of the population


0.2% of the population is committing 13%
of all NEW sex crimes
per Sarah Tofte

Jason Adam Fly – Repeat Sex Offender – Hid Camera in daughters room

The girls were friends with Fly’s 13-year-old daughter
in December 2005 when they discovered he had
a hidden camera in her room

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
….. Sarah Tofte

A man described as a “pedophile,” “deviant” and “serial sex offender” was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison.

Jason Adam Fly, a former deacon at Edmond Church of Christ, apologized to the people he has hurt with his terrible choices, but it probably wasn’t enough for the families who said they were betrayed by him.

Fly, 47, pleaded guilty Feb. 7 to seven felony counts stemming from pornographic pictures of his teenage daughter’s friends found by police in his possession more than two years ago.

There were more than 400 pictures of the nude or partially clothed girls on Fly’s electronic organizer, according to court papers.

The girls were friends with Fly’s 13-year-old daughter
in December 2005 when they discovered he had
a hidden camera in her room, the affidavit states.

Prosecutors said it was not an accident that Fly captured images of the girls, even though he still “pretends” it was inadvertent.

Assistant District Attorney Jimmy Harmon said there was no reason for Fly, who claimed he installed the hidden cameras to keep his son from sneaking out, to put one across from the toilet seat in his daughter’s bathroom.

“This took a great deal of planning,” Harmon said.

Victims make statements

Parents of the three girls whose pictures were taken by Fly expressed their outrage before District Judge Jerry Bass determined the sentence.

“No one ever thinks they will be the victims of a predatory pedophile,” one of the mothers said. “We thought we were doing everything right.”

She said she and her then-13-year-old daughter trusted Fly implicitly, only to be betrayed by him. Now her daughter is always worried she is being videotaped by some “deviant.”

The woman begged the judge to send Fly to prison for at least 20 years.

Another mother said she wanted Fly locked up so her family would be spared from running into him.

A third mother read a statement written by her daughter, who Harmon said was too emotional to read it herself.

“For all I know, they would do the same things you did,” she said. “Other people will forgive you, but I never will.”

The woman, who has known Fly since they were in elementary school, pushed her daughter to make friends with Fly’s daughter, according to her daughter’s statement.

The girl joined her mother as she struggled to read her statement, then took over reading it to the judge.

She said Fly is “messed up in the head” and deserves a long prison sentence so he won’t be able to hurt anyone else.

Fly has been in treatment with a counselor since a week after his January 2006 arrest. He also has been diagnosed and has begun treatment for bipolar disorder.

Defense sought mercy

Defense attorney Mack Martin asked the judge to consider sentencing Fly to probation so he could continue his treatment.

He said Fly, an Air Force veteran, poses a low risk of committing future crimes.

Fly acknowledged he has made some “terrible” choices in the past, including a misdemeanor indecent exposure conviction that ended his military career.

He asked Bass for mercy so he could continue supporting his family.

Bass considered Fly’s case in his chambers for about half an hour before sentencing the Edmond resident to six years.

Fly, who must serve at least 85 percent of that sentence before he is eligible for parole, also will be on probation for 20 years after his release.

Jason Adam Fly – Repeat Sex Offender – Hid Camera in daughters room

The girls were friends with Fly’s 13-year-old daughter
in December 2005 when they discovered he had
a hidden camera in her room

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”
….. Sarah Tofte

A man described as a “pedophile,” “deviant” and “serial sex offender” was sentenced Wednesday to six years in prison.

Jason Adam Fly, a former deacon at Edmond Church of Christ, apologized to the people he has hurt with his terrible choices, but it probably wasn’t enough for the families who said they were betrayed by him.

Fly, 47, pleaded guilty Feb. 7 to seven felony counts stemming from pornographic pictures of his teenage daughter’s friends found by police in his possession more than two years ago.

There were more than 400 pictures of the nude or partially clothed girls on Fly’s electronic organizer, according to court papers.

The girls were friends with Fly’s 13-year-old daughter
in December 2005 when they discovered he had
a hidden camera in her room, the affidavit states.

Prosecutors said it was not an accident that Fly captured images of the girls, even though he still “pretends” it was inadvertent.

Assistant District Attorney Jimmy Harmon said there was no reason for Fly, who claimed he installed the hidden cameras to keep his son from sneaking out, to put one across from the toilet seat in his daughter’s bathroom.

“This took a great deal of planning,” Harmon said.

Victims make statements

Parents of the three girls whose pictures were taken by Fly expressed their outrage before District Judge Jerry Bass determined the sentence.

“No one ever thinks they will be the victims of a predatory pedophile,” one of the mothers said. “We thought we were doing everything right.”

She said she and her then-13-year-old daughter trusted Fly implicitly, only to be betrayed by him. Now her daughter is always worried she is being videotaped by some “deviant.”

The woman begged the judge to send Fly to prison for at least 20 years.

Another mother said she wanted Fly locked up so her family would be spared from running into him.

A third mother read a statement written by her daughter, who Harmon said was too emotional to read it herself.

“For all I know, they would do the same things you did,” she said. “Other people will forgive you, but I never will.”

The woman, who has known Fly since they were in elementary school, pushed her daughter to make friends with Fly’s daughter, according to her daughter’s statement.

The girl joined her mother as she struggled to read her statement, then took over reading it to the judge.

She said Fly is “messed up in the head” and deserves a long prison sentence so he won’t be able to hurt anyone else.

Fly has been in treatment with a counselor since a week after his January 2006 arrest. He also has been diagnosed and has begun treatment for bipolar disorder.

Defense sought mercy

Defense attorney Mack Martin asked the judge to consider sentencing Fly to probation so he could continue his treatment.

He said Fly, an Air Force veteran, poses a low risk of committing future crimes.

Fly acknowledged he has made some “terrible” choices in the past, including a misdemeanor indecent exposure conviction that ended his military career.

He asked Bass for mercy so he could continue supporting his family.

Bass considered Fly’s case in his chambers for about half an hour before sentencing the Edmond resident to six years.

Fly, who must serve at least 85 percent of that sentence before he is eligible for parole, also will be on probation for 20 years after his release.