Jeffrey Brisson – BoyChat Pedophile – sentenced to 45 years – Raped 3 month old

BoyChat BabyRaper

One of two men charged last year with raping several children, including a 3-month-old girl, was sentenced today to 45 years in prison and 25 years of special parole.

Once he completes his sentence, Jeffrey Brisson, 31, will be required to register as a sex offender for life. It was among a host of parole conditions set by the judge.

Relatives of the victims did not attend the proceeding in Superior Court in New Britain.

Brisson thought the sentence was harsh because people don’t understand sexual fascination with children, his public defender, Ken Simon, said.

“This was a very difficult case. I feel sad for him because he was victim as a child and that is very typical,” Simon said.

Brisson pleaded guilty in March to seven counts of first-degree sexual assault and three of risk of injury to a child. His roommate, Harold Spurling, is on the trial list, according to court records.

Police started investigating the two men in early January 2008 after receiving an anonymous tip that pedophiles were sharing an apartment on Washington Street.

Police searched their apartment and found child pornography on their computer. They also found a 3-month-old girl in the apartment and a video of one of the suspects sexually assaulting her, police said.

Jeffrey Brisson, AKA Edward Buzzard AKA The Night Raven AKA tnraven is a longtime BoyChat member, longtime member and Co-Webmaster of Common Ground and a LifeLine volunteer. He has lived with Aztram, another well-known BoyChat poster, for about 7 years.

The Night Raven is not especially choosy when it comes to boys or girls – he likes them both. His age of attraction is 2 – 6 for boys, and 3 – 8 for girls. However, he does admit that he is 89% a little boy lover, and 11% a little girl lover.

Jeffrey Brisson – BoyChat Pedophile – sentenced to 45 years – Raped 3 month old

BoyChat BabyRaper

One of two men charged last year with raping several children, including a 3-month-old girl, was sentenced today to 45 years in prison and 25 years of special parole.

Once he completes his sentence, Jeffrey Brisson, 31, will be required to register as a sex offender for life. It was among a host of parole conditions set by the judge.

Relatives of the victims did not attend the proceeding in Superior Court in New Britain.

Brisson thought the sentence was harsh because people don’t understand sexual fascination with children, his public defender, Ken Simon, said.

“This was a very difficult case. I feel sad for him because he was victim as a child and that is very typical,” Simon said.

Brisson pleaded guilty in March to seven counts of first-degree sexual assault and three of risk of injury to a child. His roommate, Harold Spurling, is on the trial list, according to court records.

Police started investigating the two men in early January 2008 after receiving an anonymous tip that pedophiles were sharing an apartment on Washington Street.

Police searched their apartment and found child pornography on their computer. They also found a 3-month-old girl in the apartment and a video of one of the suspects sexually assaulting her, police said.

Jeffrey Brisson, AKA Edward Buzzard AKA The Night Raven AKA tnraven is a longtime BoyChat member, longtime member and Co-Webmaster of Common Ground and a LifeLine volunteer. He has lived with Aztram, another well-known BoyChat poster, for about 7 years.

The Night Raven is not especially choosy when it comes to boys or girls – he likes them both. His age of attraction is 2 – 6 for boys, and 3 – 8 for girls. However, he does admit that he is 89% a little boy lover, and 11% a little girl lover.

Benjamin S. Rzadca – Repeat Sex Offender – BoyChat Pedophile


A convicted sex offender was sentenced to almost 22 years in federal prison today for secretly filming boys in a Florissant recreation center.

Benjamin S. Rzadca, 28, pleaded guilty in federal court in St. Louis in October to two felony counts of child sexual exploitation and admitted filming two different boys, one on Dec. 26, 2007 and one on Jan. 7, 2008.

Rzadca was arrested that January on suspicion that he exposed himself to children and adults at the James Eagan Center.

“Mr. Rzadca, the offenses you committed are just beyond the pale,” U.S. District Judge Charles Shaw said, before sentencing Rzadca to 262 months in prison and 30 years of supervised release after his release.

The man who triggered Rzadca’s arrest was the father of one of the boys to whom Rzadca exposed himself. The father told Shaw Monday morning that he no longer takes his family to the center and is paranoid about his son being alone in public.

He also read defiant online postings in which someone identifying himself as Rzadca suggests ways for pedophiles to target children, writes that opposition to pedophilia is a form of discrimination and says, “I’m proud to be who I am.”

Rzadca’s public defender said that Rzadca denied authorship of those online writings.

Rzadca still faces state felony charges of sexual misconduct involving a child under 14 and invasion of the privacy of multiple individuals.

His arrest prompted the Florissant City Council to bar registered sex offenders from being within 500 feet of city parks or recreation centers.

In 2003, Rzadca was convicted in military court of transportation and possession of child pornography and committing an indecent act in the presence of a child and sentenced to more than five years in prison.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

Benjamin S. Rzadca – Repeat Sex Offender – BoyChat Pedophile


A convicted sex offender was sentenced to almost 22 years in federal prison today for secretly filming boys in a Florissant recreation center.

Benjamin S. Rzadca, 28, pleaded guilty in federal court in St. Louis in October to two felony counts of child sexual exploitation and admitted filming two different boys, one on Dec. 26, 2007 and one on Jan. 7, 2008.

Rzadca was arrested that January on suspicion that he exposed himself to children and adults at the James Eagan Center.

“Mr. Rzadca, the offenses you committed are just beyond the pale,” U.S. District Judge Charles Shaw said, before sentencing Rzadca to 262 months in prison and 30 years of supervised release after his release.

The man who triggered Rzadca’s arrest was the father of one of the boys to whom Rzadca exposed himself. The father told Shaw Monday morning that he no longer takes his family to the center and is paranoid about his son being alone in public.

He also read defiant online postings in which someone identifying himself as Rzadca suggests ways for pedophiles to target children, writes that opposition to pedophilia is a form of discrimination and says, “I’m proud to be who I am.”

Rzadca’s public defender said that Rzadca denied authorship of those online writings.

Rzadca still faces state felony charges of sexual misconduct involving a child under 14 and invasion of the privacy of multiple individuals.

His arrest prompted the Florissant City Council to bar registered sex offenders from being within 500 feet of city parks or recreation centers.

In 2003, Rzadca was convicted in military court of transportation and possession of child pornography and committing an indecent act in the presence of a child and sentenced to more than five years in prison.

“25% of all sex offenders re-offend within 15 years”

………Sarah Tofte

Jeffrey Brisson and Harold Spurling – 5 year old victim speaks


Police said a 5-year-old victim who was allegedly sexually abused by two New Britain mean earlier this year told them he would go to the men’s apartment and watch movies on the computer of children having sex with adults.

The two men — Jeffrey Brisson and Harold Spurling — were arrested earlier in the month after police spent 10 months reviewing computer evidence confiscated from their apartment. The men have been charged with sexually assaulting several children, including a 3-month-old baby.

The 5-year-old victim said Brisson and Spurling would also make him look at pictures of naked children between 5 and 8 years old.

He also told police the two men would masturbate each other.

Another piece of evidence the court has is a letter listing quotes from Brisson and Spurling, including one that says, “I love 5-year-old boys and am very attracted to them.”

Jeffrey Brisson and Harold Spurling – 5 year old victim speaks


Police said a 5-year-old victim who was allegedly sexually abused by two New Britain mean earlier this year told them he would go to the men’s apartment and watch movies on the computer of children having sex with adults.

The two men — Jeffrey Brisson and Harold Spurling — were arrested earlier in the month after police spent 10 months reviewing computer evidence confiscated from their apartment. The men have been charged with sexually assaulting several children, including a 3-month-old baby.

The 5-year-old victim said Brisson and Spurling would also make him look at pictures of naked children between 5 and 8 years old.

He also told police the two men would masturbate each other.

Another piece of evidence the court has is a letter listing quotes from Brisson and Spurling, including one that says, “I love 5-year-old boys and am very attracted to them.”

Jeffrey Brisson – Baby Raper – Faces 100 new charges


Police said they have identified more underage victims of sexual abuse by a 30-year-old man already charged with sexually assaulting several children.

Jeffrey Brisson, who lived at an apartment on Washington Street, faces more than 100 new counts of sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor.

Investigators identified new victims after combing through computer-related evidence seized from Brisson’s apartment in January. Police continue investigating the identities of more potential victims and said they expect to file additional charges.

Brisson and his roommate, Harold Spurling, were arrested in January during a raid of their apartment that was prompted by a tip and evidence that the suspects had sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy, police said.

They were charged with multiple counts of first-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor, as well as tampering with evidence and interfering with a search warrant. It was unclear Tuesday whether Spurling would face additional charges.

Officers arrived at their apartment with a search warrant in time to stop the men from encrypting the child pornography on their computer, police have said. They also found a 3-month-old girl in the apartment and a video of one of the suspects sexually assaulting her, police said.

The girl is the daughter of an acquaintance of the suspects. She was taken to a hospital for a medical exam and then released to her mother, police said.

Anyone with information regarding Brisson or Spurling is asked to call New Britain police at 860-826-3065.

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Jeffrey Brisson – Baby Raper – Faces 100 new charges


Police said they have identified more underage victims of sexual abuse by a 30-year-old man already charged with sexually assaulting several children.

Jeffrey Brisson, who lived at an apartment on Washington Street, faces more than 100 new counts of sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor.

Investigators identified new victims after combing through computer-related evidence seized from Brisson’s apartment in January. Police continue investigating the identities of more potential victims and said they expect to file additional charges.

Brisson and his roommate, Harold Spurling, were arrested in January during a raid of their apartment that was prompted by a tip and evidence that the suspects had sexually assaulted a 14-year-old boy, police said.

They were charged with multiple counts of first-degree sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor, as well as tampering with evidence and interfering with a search warrant. It was unclear Tuesday whether Spurling would face additional charges.

Officers arrived at their apartment with a search warrant in time to stop the men from encrypting the child pornography on their computer, police have said. They also found a 3-month-old girl in the apartment and a video of one of the suspects sexually assaulting her, police said.

The girl is the daughter of an acquaintance of the suspects. She was taken to a hospital for a medical exam and then released to her mother, police said.

Anyone with information regarding Brisson or Spurling is asked to call New Britain police at 860-826-3065.

Published in: on October 10, 2008 at 3:34 pm  Leave a Comment  


Jon Schillaci, highly educated and articulate, was 28 years old and had already served a 10-year sentence for sexually molesting two young boys when he was accused of assaulting a 5-year-old boy in 1999.

With a $100,000 bounty on his head and the FBI hot on his heels, he fled to Mexico.

He traveled the country using various false names, including Jon Willis, Dylan Pierce, Christopher Keegan and Cody Keegan. He ran a pro-pedophile Web site, and he hosted an Internet radio show associated with the site.

And there he remained — with his picture on the FBI’s Top 10 Most Wanted List, right up there with Usama bin Laden — until the law finally caught up with him last month.

Tips and hard-nosed detective work led the FBI to Schillaci’s home in San Jose de Garcia. Police commander Salvador Elisea said he didn’t know how long Schillaci had been living in the dairy town of about 10,000.

Upon contact with officials, Schillaci confirmed his identity and, assisted by Mexican authorities, turned himself in for the arrest, said FBI spokeswoman Gale Marcinkiewicz.

“He showed no resistance whatsoever,” Marcinkiewicz said.

Schillaci is educated in philosophy, religion and politics. He is a skilled musician, computer savvy and he speaks three languages.

So it was no wonder there was an instant connection when he began a pen-pal relationship with his 5-year-old victim’s family in New Hampshire after he submitted a poem to a literary magazine the family worked on.

“Everyone who meets him likes him,” said FBI agent Laura Hanlon.

According to police, Schillaci and the New Hampshire family — whose name has not been released for safety reasons — started writing back and forth. Writing regularly from his jail cell when he was serving the 10-year sentence, he told of his hopes for life after prison and his desire for a new beginning. He promised he could change, and the family believed him.

“He’s a very eloquent person and he wrote very nice letters, talking about how he was studying in prison and how he [was] regretting the mistakes of his youth,” the mother told America’s Most Wanted.

“They became quite close, to the point where the family felt strong enough about him that they wanted to give him a chance,” Hanlon said. “They offered for him to come up and stay at their home in New Hampshire with their family.”

In 1999, fresh out of prison, Schillaci headed not for Oklahoma, where he was born, or his adoptive state of Texas, but instead to the New Hampshire town of Deerfield, where his pen-pal family lived.

He registered as a sex offender, and the family offered him a room in their home until he could get back on his feet. He stayed there while working part-time at a music store and taking classes at a nearby college.

Schillaci, an accomplished pianist, gave the family’s 5-year-old son piano lessons.

One night at the dinner table, the boy told his parents he had a dark secret to share.

“One night, when we were at supper, and Schillaci wasn’t around, our son said, ‘I have a secret. I have a secret with Jon that I think I should tell you,’” the mother told America’s Most Wanted.

The boy told his parents that Schillaci, who wasn’t there that night, had sexually assaulted him during piano lessons. Some of the assaults occurred in a bedroom in the family home.

“They (the family) had befriended him, had given him a great opportunity, and yet that friendship and bond meant nothing to him,” Hanlon said.

The family went to the police, and authorities served Schillaci with a restraining order to stay away from the home. Schillaci reported to work the next day, but he left in the afternoon, leaving behind his computer and the car he abandoned near a bus station — but few clues to where he had gone.

Schillaci was born in Oklahoma in 1971. He was given up for adoption at an early age and he spent most of his turbulent childhood in Texas.

He excelled in school and went on to college. He holds two master’s degrees in Humanities and Literature, and he speaks French, Spanish and German.

He faces charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, aggravated felonious sexual assault, felonious sexual assault and 23 counts of possession of child pornography.

Schillaci was held without bail after his June 5 arrest and was arraigned the next day. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He has a status conference on Aug. 5, in which he and his attorney will be informed of the findings, the probable length of his trial and other federally mandated information.

Schillaci could face a life sentence if convicted.

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


Jon Schillaci, highly educated and articulate, was 28 years old and had already served a 10-year sentence for sexually molesting two young boys when he was accused of assaulting a 5-year-old boy in 1999.

With a $100,000 bounty on his head and the FBI hot on his heels, he fled to Mexico.

He traveled the country using various false names, including Jon Willis, Dylan Pierce, Christopher Keegan and Cody Keegan. He ran a pro-pedophile Web site, and he hosted an Internet radio show associated with the site.

And there he remained — with his picture on the FBI’s Top 10 Most Wanted List, right up there with Usama bin Laden — until the law finally caught up with him last month.

Tips and hard-nosed detective work led the FBI to Schillaci’s home in San Jose de Garcia. Police commander Salvador Elisea said he didn’t know how long Schillaci had been living in the dairy town of about 10,000.

Upon contact with officials, Schillaci confirmed his identity and, assisted by Mexican authorities, turned himself in for the arrest, said FBI spokeswoman Gale Marcinkiewicz.

“He showed no resistance whatsoever,” Marcinkiewicz said.

Schillaci is educated in philosophy, religion and politics. He is a skilled musician, computer savvy and he speaks three languages.

So it was no wonder there was an instant connection when he began a pen-pal relationship with his 5-year-old victim’s family in New Hampshire after he submitted a poem to a literary magazine the family worked on.

“Everyone who meets him likes him,” said FBI agent Laura Hanlon.

According to police, Schillaci and the New Hampshire family — whose name has not been released for safety reasons — started writing back and forth. Writing regularly from his jail cell when he was serving the 10-year sentence, he told of his hopes for life after prison and his desire for a new beginning. He promised he could change, and the family believed him.

“He’s a very eloquent person and he wrote very nice letters, talking about how he was studying in prison and how he [was] regretting the mistakes of his youth,” the mother told America’s Most Wanted.

“They became quite close, to the point where the family felt strong enough about him that they wanted to give him a chance,” Hanlon said. “They offered for him to come up and stay at their home in New Hampshire with their family.”

In 1999, fresh out of prison, Schillaci headed not for Oklahoma, where he was born, or his adoptive state of Texas, but instead to the New Hampshire town of Deerfield, where his pen-pal family lived.

He registered as a sex offender, and the family offered him a room in their home until he could get back on his feet. He stayed there while working part-time at a music store and taking classes at a nearby college.

Schillaci, an accomplished pianist, gave the family’s 5-year-old son piano lessons.

One night at the dinner table, the boy told his parents he had a dark secret to share.

“One night, when we were at supper, and Schillaci wasn’t around, our son said, ‘I have a secret. I have a secret with Jon that I think I should tell you,’” the mother told America’s Most Wanted.

The boy told his parents that Schillaci, who wasn’t there that night, had sexually assaulted him during piano lessons. Some of the assaults occurred in a bedroom in the family home.

“They (the family) had befriended him, had given him a great opportunity, and yet that friendship and bond meant nothing to him,” Hanlon said.

The family went to the police, and authorities served Schillaci with a restraining order to stay away from the home. Schillaci reported to work the next day, but he left in the afternoon, leaving behind his computer and the car he abandoned near a bus station — but few clues to where he had gone.

Schillaci was born in Oklahoma in 1971. He was given up for adoption at an early age and he spent most of his turbulent childhood in Texas.

He excelled in school and went on to college. He holds two master’s degrees in Humanities and Literature, and he speaks French, Spanish and German.

He faces charges of unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, aggravated felonious sexual assault, felonious sexual assault and 23 counts of possession of child pornography.

Schillaci was held without bail after his June 5 arrest and was arraigned the next day. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges. He has a status conference on Aug. 5, in which he and his attorney will be informed of the findings, the probable length of his trial and other federally mandated information.

Schillaci could face a life sentence if convicted.

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