Law enforcement agencies in Pennsylvania say they've imprisoned a vicious child sexual predator, who not only molested a teenager but had in his possession 14 million illicit files of child pornography.
The Department of Justice made an assist in this case, where 59-year-old Lawrence “Larry” Jamieson of Willistown, who had begun stockpiling enormous amounts of child pornography more than fifteen years ago, according to court documents.
Jamieson was into perverse molestations to first, then to more sadistic sexual assaults of children, where he finally progressed to horrendous and brutal torture pornography.
The Willistown Police Department and Chester County Detectives first learned of Jamieson nearly two years ago, where there were allegations made that he and another unknown individual were stalking children online.
To those who knew Jamieson, such a statement would have been unbelievable, and even law enforcement thought they were subject to a prank in relation to Lawrence Jamieson’s alleged perversion.
“He seemed like a harmless guy,” one neighbor said. “Just an old man who always said hello.”
As authorities were about to uncover, Jamieson wasn't just the elderly companion he had seemed, but instead operated through the shadows with precision to manipulate the minds of the innocent.
23-year-old John Christopher Brown, of Norristown, Pennsylvania was the sidekick, police say, who worked at a tire and lube service where Jamieson often had his cars worked on.
Much like Jamieson, Brown had a sexual in attraction to children, and together the pair would stalk their prey before plunging headfirst into an assault.
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The pair selected a fifteen-year-old girl, who Jamieson wanted, and Brown would brainwash after contacting her on Facebook.
The victim has not been identified, but federal prosecutors said she was "in his care" and "well acquainted" with Lawrence Jamieson, who knew she was on the Autism spectrum, had learning disabilities and mental health issues.
He would tell the girl that he was in high school, despite Brown being 23, and she fell for the trap.
Over the course of several months, Brown coaxed the child into developing emotions for him, making endless promises of financial and heart-filled support to gain her trust.
Eventually being her “boyfriend," co-defendant John Christopher Brown then engaged the child in sexual activity.
"Jamieson targeted this underage girl by first recruiting another adult male to pose as a teenaged boy so that they could dupe the victim into believing he was her boyfriend and gain her trust," federal prosecutors said.
During these sex romps with the child, he photographed and videotaped her, only to distribute the videos and images back to Jamieson.
Jamieson would then sell the videos and images to other pedophiles over the internet.
At some point during the degeneracy, Brown was able to convince the girl to have sex with Jamieson, to which she eventually agreed.
Jamieson also recorded those occasions, she testified.
That would lead to Jamieson sexually assaulting the young teen on a regular basis.
After these incidents had occurred for nearly a year, the girl's mother found a message on her computer that peaked her suspicions.
She made a call to a child sexual abuse hotline, who then were able to get a full confession from the child as to what she'd endured.
The victim told authorities during an interview that she and Brown were dating and that he was “everything she ever wanted in a boyfriend," according to prosecutors.
When law enforcement was tipped off to the abuse, they immediately sought a search warrant for Jamieson’s residence and arrested Brown at his workplace.
Once inside, authorities found a stash of <i>14.4 million child pornography images,</i> the largest online distribution of child pornography in the continental United States of America.
Jamieson had collected off the internet over the 15 years of his pedophilia obsession.
Prosecutors said he kept the illicit child pornographic images and videos of prepubescent children on thousands of DVDs, thumb drives, and other digital storage devices.
The devices containing thousands of images and videos allegedly depict naked children, sexually explicit images of children, adults sexually assaulting children, even violent beatings, as well as the rape of children by animals.
That's not a typo. Jamison had videos of children being raped by other species, in bestiality child porn.
Officials say Jamieson and Brown told the victim that Brown was a 17-year-old cyber school student.
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They say Brown changed his appearance to look younger.
As evil and they were they even took pictures and videos of this sexual activity, stored them on the electronic devices, and exchanged them via text messages and email.
"Even after decades of serving in law enforcement, the scope and nature of these crimes are staggering. I have never seen as large a trove of child pornography in the history of Chester County, and the rest of the conduct is unspeakable. I do not know what kind of a depraved mind could possibly enjoy this sickening abuse of innocent children," Willistown Police Chief John Narcise said in a statement.
The alleged incidents took place at multiple locations in Willistown Township, Chester County, and Conshohocken, Montgomery County between 2015 and July 2016.
The collection was believed to be the largest discovered by law enforcement in Pennsylvania history.
It contained "some of the most demented images imaginable of toddlers and infants being sexually assaulted by adult men and women, and in some cases, by animals," federal prosecutors said.
Lawrence Jamieson is the son of a multimillionaire, and a well-known family in Willistown, Pennsylvania.
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His father was Lawrence Jamieson, a former member of Downingtown Borough Council who worked as an insurance tycoon, owning the Massachusetts Life Insurance Co. in Paoli, Pennsylvania.
When he died in 2010, Jamieson's mother, Kathleen Casey Jamieson, who is already the owner of Mock Fox Interiors, an interior design business in Haverford, left Jamieson with the financial prowess.
Using his wealth to his advantage, Jamieson dragged the case out for as long as humanly possible, before finally agreeing to plead guilty in exchange for eventual freedom, if he survived prison.
“Lawrence Jamieson is the worst of the worst type of criminal – a child predator who derives satisfaction from abusing society’s most vulnerable members,” U.S. Attorney William McSwain said in a statement announcing the sentence.
“The details, in this case, are horrific. … He concocted and carried out a plan to sexually abuse a child within his care – someone he knew was susceptible to his influence,” McSwain said.
McSwain closed in saying, “For more than 18 months, Jamieson and his co-defendant repeatedly lied to his victim and engaged in an unconscionable course of sexual abuse and exploitation.”
Jamieson is now serving a 100-year-prison sentence, with Brown facing life.
"Evil exists, even in places we least expect it. We are concerned that there may be other victims out there," District Attorney Hogan said in a statement.
In addition to the term of imprisonment, the court ordered that the defendant have no contact with the victim or her family for the rest of his life.
The case was investigated by the FBI, the Willistown Police Department, and the Chester County District Attorney’s Office. It was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Michelle Rotella.
Anybody with information about either Lawrence Jamieson or John Brown should contact the Willistown Township Police Department immediately at 610-251-0222 where you can remain anonymous.
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