Pervert who incited young girls to perform sex acts on DOGS is jailed
A vile pervert who persuaded young girls to perform sex acts on dogs has been jailed.
Vile Brian John Moore sunk the the “depths of depravity” in his “very explicit” conversations with children.
Moore, a former pet shop manager, wept openly as a details of his crimes were read out to Mold Crown Court
It heard he had been prowling the internet and making contact with girls as young as 12, inciting them to indulge him.
Moore, 48, who had never been in trouble with the law before, claimed it was “fantasy chat” and “faceless fiction.”
But judge Geraint Walters told him it wasn’t, because the girls involved were real and someone’s daughters.
Indecent images of children had been found on his computer, but the examination of the machine showed he had “sunk to greater depths of depravity”, engaging in “very explicit conversations with young girls aged about 12”.
Prosecuting barrister John Philpotts said that when officers arrived at his then home, the defendant became very distressed and made gradual admissions over three interviews.
It became clear that he had used search terms which showed an interest in young girls and the chat logs showed how he incited young children to indulge in sex acts.
Moore sat with his head in his hands in the dock throughout the sentencing hearing and cried for most of the time.
Judge Walters told him: “No child should ever be exposed to such vulgar exchanges.
“It is, quite frankly, hard to imagine a more depraved thing to do to someone so young. They will not forget.”
He was sentenced to 32 months and ordered to sign the sex offender register indefinitely, and was made the subject of a ten year sexual harm prevention order.
The offences took place between 2008 and 2014.
Moore, now of Aldford Road in Upton, Chester, was said by defending barrister Gareth Roberts to be thoroughly ashamed and contrite.
He said his client sat in the dock a “thoroughly broken man”.
Mr Roberts said Moore appreciated that what he had done was completely wrong and had a devastating effect on the people he loved, and more importantly on the young women whose lives had been affected by his behaviour.
For most of his life he had been a law abiding and productive man. He had been married 22 years, he had a young daughter, had for 19 years been manager of a Pets at Home store where he was well liked and respected.
He lost that job and for the last 11 months had been a litter picker until details of the offences he had admitted got into the public domain and he lost that job as well.
His problems began in 2008 when he started to access lawful pornography, it then extended to illegal child images and more seriously still he started to engage with children in the way described.
The defendant had been open and honest and admitted what he had done, had tried to rehabilitate himself, had been provided with some assistance by the Lucy Faithful Foundation and also had counselling via his GP.
He had not touched a computer since his arrest a year ago and he did not want to go near on in the future