NYPD Boss Jailed For 28 Years By Elite Pedophile Ring Investigators

Alberto Randazzo, a former New York City Police Department boss, was sentenced to 28 years in jail for sexual exploitation of kids and receipt of kid pornography, because the Trump administration’s investigation into the elite pedophile ring that has infiltrated politics and legislation enforcement nationwide continues taking down high-profile perpetrators.

Randazzo was caught concentrating on moms, persuading them to sexually abuse their youngsters and ship him photos and movies of the acts.

The federal investigation into the elite pedophile ring is transferring full steam forward and heavy hitters have been employed to steer prosecutions. Randazzo’s sentence was introduced by Bridget M. Rohde, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, Angel M. Melendez, Special Agent-in-Charge, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), New York, and James P. O’Neill, Commissioner, New York City Police Department (NYPD).

Alberto Randazzo lived a double life, publicly serving as an NYPD police officer whereas privately participating in conduct to take advantage of essentially the most susceptible members of the group – our youngsters,” acknowledged Acting United States Attorney Rohde.  “Together with our legislation enforcement companions we’ll proceed to try to guard essentially the most susceptible amongst us.” 

Special Agent-in-Charge Melendez mentioned the times of elite pedophiles getting away with their heinous crimes due to their positions in society are formally over.

“Randazzo held a place with the only objective to serve and defend the individuals of this metropolis. Instead, he focused sure girls, persuaded them to sexually abuse their youngsters and had them ship him photos and movies of the acts,” mentioned Special Agent-in-Charge Melendez.

His conduct is a minimum of deplorable. It is with continued joint legislation enforcement efforts that we are able to goal a majority of these offenders and be certain that they’re punished for his or her heinous deeds.”

After the conviction, Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill took the chance to ship a shout out to Trump’s crew of elite pedophile ring busters.

“Alberto Randazzo’s exploitation of harmless youngsters is unconscionable. I’m grateful to our detectives in Internal Affairs, Homeland Security, and the U.S. Attorney’s Office within the Eastern District of New York for his or her work in bringing Randazzo to justice for these horrific crimes,” mentioned O’Neill.

According to the Department of Justice: On July 12, 2016, the defendant pleaded responsible to 2 counts of conspiracy to sexually exploit a baby and one rely of receipt of kid pornography.  According to court docket filings, from as early as 2010 by way of 2013, Randazzo focused girls by way of web sites similar to Ashley Madison and Match.com and persuaded them to sexually abuse youngsters to whom they’d entry, so he may watch the abuse.

Randazzo was caught in February 2013, when a witness discovered disturbing textual content messages on Randazzo’s telephone and uncovered emails from girls sending Randazzo photos of them molesting their youngsters.  When the witness confronted him, Randazzo admitted his sexual curiosity in moms having intercourse with their youngsters.

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At sentencing the federal government offered proof that not less than 5 girls complied with Randazzo’s solicitations and sexually abused youngsters with a purpose to fulfill his sexual needs.  Randazzo’s victims ranged in age from just a few months to eight years outdated, and he traveled out of state to observe two of them be molested in individual.  Randazzo organized to have the eight-year-old sufferer drugged in order that he wouldn’t bear in mind the abuse.

Three of the ladies Randazzo solicited have additionally been charged within the Eastern District of New York. Two have pleaded responsible, one in every of whom was sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, one in every of whom is awaiting sentencing, and one other is awaiting trial.