People Don't Understand

Friday, May 29, 2009

By now we're probably all familiar with this face, it's the face of GirlChat & BoyChat poster "The Night Raven" A.K.A. Jeffrey Brisson. Back when Jeffrey wasn't in custody and was active posting on BoyChat, he made no secret of his sexual attraction to toddlers and infants, even Jimf3 (James Finn) found his behavior disgusting and objectionable:


"Aztram, (much as this saddens me and I AM SHOCKED), Night Raven and anyone else who finds babies and toddlers sexually attractive: I think you are totally fucked up. You have nothing to do with boylove. I personally despise you. I will personally work to see you stay far, far, far away from Boychat."

Jimf3 (in response to Night Raven):
And filthy, horrid pics of [cogged] BABIES. I'm disgusted that anyone involved with BC was involved with that disgusting, awful, putrid site. It was all about [cogged] babies and toddlers. Shame on you, you fucking freak!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND shame on AZZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jimf3 (in response to Night Raven again):
Ya just linked em. Like that MATTERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You are DISGUSTING. The naked baby pics you hosted ... ooooppppssss ./.. linked were DISGUSTING. YOU ARE NOTHING BUT FILTH.
After reading through that conversation on BoyChat, it probably would have come as no surprise to hear that when Jeffrey was raided by Law Enforcement, he was found in possession of child pornography which featured himself sexually assaulting a baby, only months old:
The pair was found in their apartment with a 3-month-old girl who had been sexually assaulted by Brisson. Police also found a computer encrypting a video tape of Brisson molesting the child.

The resulting search of the pair’s computers kicked off one of the largest child pornography investigations in state history, officials said. The city’s digital evidence unit, under the direction of Lt. James Wardwell, a nationally recognized computer crimes expert, recovered dozens of videos of nine other children being molested by the pair over the course of several years, according to the warrants issued for their arrests.
Earlier today Jeffrey Brisson was sentenced to 45 years in prison and 25 years of "special parole" upon his release:
NEW BRITAIN - 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.
He was originally charged with more than 150 offenses including dozens of counts of first-degree sexual assault and could have faced a 225-year sentence if convicted of the charges at trial.
If you ask me, Jeffrey should never be given another opportunity to offend. He had this to say about his "harsh" sentence:
Brisson thought the sentence was harsh because people don't understand sexual fascination with children, his public defender, Ken Simon, said.
Brisson admitted to the court Friday he was a pedophile with a compulsion that can’t be stopped. He also likened society’s fear of pedophiles to long ago fears of African Americans or gays and lesbians and said all adults have thoughts of having sex with children.

“We punish what we don’t understand,” Brisson said during a several minute tirade against police, society and the press. “Then when we’re released it’s to unjust regulations and stipulations.”
He was convicted for producing videos of himself sexually assaulting a baby and this is what he has to say for himself? - 45 years will never cure that level of distortion, he said it himself it's a "compulsion that can't be stopped," and even after being caught and sentenced Jeffrey doesn't seem to grasp that the problem isn't with "people not understanding."
“This is the most vile, disgusting, alarming and horrifying case I have ever handled or seen in this court,” Senior Assistant State’s Attorney Paul Rotiroti told court officials minutes before Brisson was taken off to begin serving his sentence. “We need to keep him separated from society.”
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