This woman deserves to be put in prison for a very long time. She is the worst kind of sexual predator. She broke a child’s trust, she deceived the child, she laughed as she sexually abused her, and then she sent the images of the crime to a man she met online.
Not only is she a sexual abuser of children, this woman contributes to the degenerates who profit from, and get off on, sexually abusing children for online child porn.
I am going to try and write the prosecutor in this case and tell him to go for the toughest sentence possible.
“A New Jersey waitress has been accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl she was baby-sitting, laughing and chatting with someone as she filmed the assault and streamed video of it over the Internet.
Jennifer Mahoney is charged with sexual exploitation of a minor on three occasions last fall. During one assault, in which the girl was abused in a bathtub, Mahoney told her she needed to be rinsed “like a mermaid,” according to documents filed by prosecutors.
Mahoney created three pornographic videos using a video chat session with a man in Texas, prosecutors said. She is partially naked in the videos, and in one clip she touches herself while sexually abusing the sleeping child, they said. In another clip, they said, she tells the girl to bend over so she can rinse her off.
“Like a mermaid?” the girl says, according to court documents.
“Like a mermaid, sweetheart,” Mahoney replies, according to an FBI agent.
U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman said Mahoney “sexually assaulted a child, cavalierly recording and sharing the girl’s humiliation over video chat.”
“We cannot forget that for every image or video of what we call child pornography, a child will carry the lifelong scars of rape and abuse recorded for others’ gratification,” Fishman said. “Whether making, distributing or viewing child pornography, the depraved appetites of offenders create a market for the destruction of a child’s innocence.”
U.S. Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer, of the U.S. Department of Justice’s criminal division, called the charges against Mahoney “shocking in their depravity.”
Mahoney, 32, has been in custody since Dec. 14, the day after the videos were found on the computer of a Texas man to whom she streamed them, prosecutors said.
She is due in federal court Jan. 30, when she plans to plead not guilty, defense attorney Herb Ellis said.
But court documents indicate that when Mahoney was questioned by the FBI in December, she acknowledged performing a sex act on the child while she was baby-sitting. She also told investigators she streamed live video of one of the sexual assaults to two men using an online chat service and acknowledged filming another assault with her cellphone and sending video of it to two other people, the documents say.
According to an FBI affidavit, authorities recovered three videos showing her sexually assaulting the girl in October and November. The affidavit describes the sexual assaults in graphic terms. On one, the FBI agent notes, there is no audio. But, the agent notes, “it appears that the adult female is talking and laughing during the video, and it appears that the adult female is talking to another person over the Internet via a webcam.”