Pedophile nanny released from prison ...

Pedophile nanny released from prison after 13 years

There are 15 comments on the Stamford Advocate story from May 20, 2009, titled Pedophile nanny released from prison after 13 years. In it, Stamford Advocate reports that:

A convicted sex offender who molested two young boys while working as a nanny in Greenwich and Armonk, N.Y., was released from federal prison Monday after serving nearly all of his 14-year jail sentence.

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Terrible

Clifton, NJ

#1 May 21, 2009
Voluntary surgical castration, or at least chemical castration, could be slightly helpful. Of course the problem is in the brain also...

Too bad he could not remain in jail. These fellows are NEVER truly rehabilitated. At least he will now be on the sex offender's list so neighbors will be warned.

So sickening, someone who prays on children. Sub-human.
HELLO

Paris, France

#2 May 21, 2009
Pictures! Post Pictures of this creep.
ct citizen

AOL

#3 May 21, 2009
we the public need to see pictures of these felons,we need to protect our children, post pictures please??
nwalk

Pomona, NY

#4 May 21, 2009
well theres a good chance u'll find the ahole in norwalk somewhere
Terrible

Dallas, TX

#5 May 21, 2009
His photo will be on the CT State Police sex offender registry website.

I suggest all parents look up that website, and search their town to make sure they know who to keep away from. You never know, it could be the local kids sports coach, it could be a superintendent in your condominium complex who has keys to every unit, it could be anyone.
Lisa Poland

Torrington, CT

#6 May 21, 2009
I think this guy is sick and I just don't think these kind of people are every healed once a molester always one how scary. I feel for both families and hope to God he doesn't do it again.
Terry Smith

Torrington, CT

#7 May 21, 2009
I heard he used a fake name with the second child so the mother couldn't even go by the name we need pics and if he went to another state to pray he may well so do again.

Cause if he uses a fake name how can a family (employer look him up) too scary. I wish these kind of people would just rot in jail.
Info

Clifton, NJ

#8 May 21, 2009
You can look through all the photos of sex offenders in your city or town on the CT State Police dept website. That way even if you don't know the name, you will recognize the photo.

Before hiring a nanny for your kid (weird those people would hire a man as a nanny, instead of a woman) always have a private investigator verify the person's identity and run a background check. Get a copy of their drivers license, make sure the photo matches, and their social security number.

This not only helps to protect against molestation charges from the past, but even with women nannies, a background check may find they've been charged with child neglect or abuse for their own children or children they were a nanny for, or even theft charges.

A background check on someone can run between $30 for a public records search online to $150 or more to have a private investigator do a full workup on the person. With your kids, you can't be too careful. Schools run these checks on their teachers, parents should run these checks on nannies as well. Even if they come with recommendations by people you know.

Friends of ours hired a nanny with great references. Her past employers loved her. She was good with kids. Until they found she was doing heroin. They fired her immediately. Then they ran a background check to find out what the hell else this woman might have done around their baby. Sure enough, she had two prior arrests for drugs, and one for theft of credit cards. They found out later that the nanny had taken paperwork from their house to get the wife's SS# and date of birth, etc. and opened a credit card in the wife's name, having the bill sent to her own apartment instead of the wife's house. The wife spent the past year fighting the charges to finally get her credit score fixed.

One background check prior to hiring this nut case would have prevented this nightmare. No one could tell she was on drugs, she hid it well. Dressed nice, didn't appear drunk or drugged, just really mellow. Past employers liked her and gave her good references. You just never know.
From the wt neighborhood

Paris, France

#9 May 22, 2009
Info wrote:
You can look through all the photos of sex offenders in your city or town on the CT State Police dept website. That way even if you don't know the name, you will recognize the photo.
Before hiring a nanny for your kid (weird those people would hire a man as a nanny, instead of a woman) always have a private investigator verify the person's identity and run a background check. Get a copy of their drivers license, make sure the photo matches, and their social security number.
This not only helps to protect against molestation charges from the past, but even with women nannies, a background check may find they've been charged with child neglect or abuse for their own children or children they were a nanny for, or even theft charges.
A background check on someone can run between $30 for a public records search online to $150 or more to have a private investigator do a full workup on the person. With your kids, you can't be too careful. Schools run these checks on their teachers, parents should run these checks on nannies as well. Even if they come with recommendations by people you know.
Friends of ours hired a nanny with great references. Her past employers loved her. She was good with kids. Until they found she was doing heroin. They fired her immediately. Then they ran a background check to find out what the hell else this woman might have done around their baby. Sure enough, she had two prior arrests for drugs, and one for theft of credit cards. They found out later that the nanny had taken paperwork from their house to get the wife's SS# and date of birth, etc. and opened a credit card in the wife's name, having the bill sent to her own apartment instead of the wife's house. The wife spent the past year fighting the charges to finally get her credit score fixed.
One background check prior to hiring this nut case would have prevented this nightmare. No one could tell she was on drugs, she hid it well. Dressed nice, didn't appear drunk or drugged, just really mellow. Past employers liked her and gave her good references. You just never know.
He has to register first!
Terrible

Dallas, TX

#10 May 22, 2009
If he does not register immediately, a warrant will go out for his arrest.
Terrible

Dallas, TX

#11 May 22, 2009
Also, his photo will be placed online by police with a last known address, even if he does not register. It will state on the site that he has "failed to comply" with registration. That way his photo is still available to the public.
Relax

Clifton, NJ

#12 May 22, 2009
Terrible wrote:
Also, his photo will be placed online by police with a last known address, even if he does not register. It will state on the site that he has "failed to comply" with registration. That way his photo is still available to the public.
That's right. The police will put his mug shot up there even if he does not register. All parents should check out the state police website of sex offenders, to be safe. You never know who...
Sono

Paris, France

#13 May 26, 2009
His picture should be with the article.
Truth Teller

Brooklyn, NY

#14 May 26, 2009
Sono wrote:
His picture should be with the article.
Right. If I recall correctly, the Greenwich Time printed his pictures with the article a few years ago. I figure, either they lost the picture, or they decided it wasn't worth printing.. or wasn't fair to the pervert...?
Are you kidding

AOL

#15 May 26, 2009
What do you expect when you hire a male nanny? Of course little junior's pee pee is going to get touched.
Now that this creepy, perverted, bottom feeding predator is back on the streets trolling for more preadolescent tail how long before his name is back in the news for oh I don't know, TOUCHING KIDS!!!!!!! How long do we have to keep putting up with these animals being released back into society with warnings, websites, registering etc.? If all that stuff needs to be done then there's obviously a problem with them living amongst us.
It's not exactly a well kept secret the recitivism rate is way too hign and once a kid toucher always a kid toucher so why do we keep playing these games and not just be honest for once and acknowledge these people incapable of changing so they're either warehoused for life or exterminated like the predatory vermin they are.

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