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Sick transcripts of convicted paedophiles discussing baby abuse plans

Crime WorldBy Sunday World
Shocking details emerged after closure of court case
Shocking details emerged after closure of court case

A gang of paedophiles have admitted abusing babies and toddlers and streaming the attacks live around the world.

Warning: This article contains details of planned abuse some may find distressing. 

Two convicted offenders have been found guilty of plotting sex crimes against children.

John Denham, 49, and Matthew Stansfield, 34, were convicted by a jury at Bristol Crown Court of conspiracy charges.

Denham, a married father of two, was acquitted of conspiracy to rape a child under 13 but found guilty of conspiracy to sexually assault a child under 13. Stansfield was convicted of two charges of conspiracy to rape a child under 13.

The jury of eight men and four women took nearly five hours to reach unanimous verdicts.

Denham and Stansfield were part of a gang of paedophiles who raped and abused babies, toddlers and children under five in attacks that were streamed on the internet.

The sex ring preyed on the families of the youngsters they targeted, in one case grooming a mother and father before their baby was born. Members would often travel long distances to carry out the sickening attacks together or watch the abuse over the internet if only one had access to a victim.

Chilling online chat revealed that members of the gang, who live across the UK, would offer advice and guidance to others on drugging their young victims.

Transcript 1
User A - How small you like mate?
User B - smaller the better buddy
User A - cool
User A - ASL?
User B - 37 m UK
User A - nice
User A - much experience
User B - yeah but nothing recent u
User A - a bit yeah
User A - how yng u had
User A - kinda have reg access
User B - how old
User A - 14 mo
User A - how yng u had
User B - 6 so far
User B - want yngr
User A - he cries a lot mate
User A - we give him poppers too

Transcript 2
User A - just need to be absolutely sure that in doing the right thing that's all
User B - sending pic
User B - proving I am into the same thing
User A - Don't wanna throw my life away
User A - I know mate
User B - If you don't want to do anything its fine
User B - I know ur worried
User B - I am gen
User B - discrete and into same
User A - I get myself into paranoia because read about guys snaired by cops pretending to be peds and arranging meets. One in paper last week LOL

Transcript 3

User A - shall we say hotel then?
User B - yes
User A - well I have the area now, let me look into it but its dates first
User B - try this site
User A - I'll be honest it will be so much easier if we just get a nice private cheap premier inn for the night
User A - and the next day
User A - caravan will be hard to book and prob all booked up and will be less discreet

Seven men - aged between 30 and 51 and including three convicted sex offenders - were brought to justice following an investigation led by the National Crime Agency.

The shocking details can be reported in full for the first time after the trial of Denham and Stansfield concluded today at Bristol Crown Court with their convictions.

The others - Robin Hollyson, 30; Christopher Knight, 35; Adam Toms, 33; David Harsley, 51, and Matthew Lisk, 32 - pleaded guilty earlier to the charges they faced.