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.

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