18 year old faces child pornography charges

child porn


On May 17, members of the Toronto Police Service Sex Crimes Child Exploitation Section executed a search warrant in the Sheppard Avenue East and Hwy 404 area.

As a result of the search, 18 year old Bailey Butler-Antoine of Toronto was arrested.

According to police, Butler-Antoine was in possession of child sexual abuse videos and had uploaded sexual abuse videos to a website.

The 18 year old has been charged with
1) two counts of Possession Child Pornography
2) Make Available Child Pornography
3) Access Child Pornography

Butler-Antoine was an employee of Toronto’s Parks and Recreation Department for the past four years, primarily worked in the aquatics, sports and youth programs.

He most recently worked at the Dennis R. Timbrell Recreation Centre and Parkway Forest Community Centre.


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Sandra says:

Well not good if the trend for such is younger and younger!!!

Vernon says:

Addressing the wider issues beyond the allegations in this news report, it should be noted that scientific studies based on credible empirical evidence do not support the mass hysteria and moral panic that currently surrounds so-called “child pornography.” According to several objective research reports, some of which are discussed in the essay linked below, the viewing of this material is most often harmless and does not always lead to behaviors which are currently considered to be criminal. Many – perhaps most – of those charged with possessing and viewing “child pornography” have never been involved with a child. Also, the conjecture that all “pornography” is taken without consent is not borne out by empirical facts, and the concept that children are hurt every time their image is viewed simply is not rational – the child most likely never knows about such viewings. For an essay discussing this subject published in a reputable scientific journal, see http://www.shfri.net/effects/effects.cgi

For a free downloadable 94 page book on these issues which includes voluntary anonymous testimony from now grown former child “actors,” see http://www.shfri.net/shfp/beyond/beyond.html