FBI指名手配の「創価学会員米人教授」のアジアでの
連続児童性虐待者に五年の禁固刑






 
「創価大学で講演したことがあり、池田大作がらみの賞を受賞した
創価学会員による途上国の貧しい児童を狙った悪質な性虐待事件です

この男は、ウォルター・リー・ウイリアムズという、南カリフォルニア大学で
人類学や歴史、ジェンダー(性別)学を教えていた。
いわゆる「人権派」の元教授
です。

2013
年、フィリピンで未成年の複数の男児への性虐待で、逮捕された。
(同年にメキシコでも同様の事件を起こした)

この人物は、ジョージア州立大学を卒業後、ノースカロライナ大学で、
人類学と歴史学の博士号を取得しています。

そして、1986年には、創価学会インターナショナルの学会員として
正式に登録
しています


そして、1996227日には、創価大学で「同性愛結婚」についての
講義を行い、2006324日には「モアハウス・カレッジ」という
アメリカの地方大学から「ガンジー・キング・池田賞」を受賞しています。

ここに出てくる「IKEDA」とは、池田大作のことです。創価大学で
講演したこともあり、池田大作がらみの賞を受賞したこともある米国の
創価学会員です。

エリート学会員による、貧しい途上国の児童を狙った、
悪質な性虐待事件です。


1986年、創価学会インターナショナルの学会員
1996
227日、創価大学で「同性愛結婚」についての講義
2006
324日、「モアハウス・カレッジ」アメリカの地方大学
から「ガンジー・キング・池田賞」を受賞
しています。

転載先

https://ameblo.jp/sacredokinawa/entry-12373578448.html?frm=theme


2018.9.30 記

 
英語版ニュース

Ex-USC professor and FBI fugitive
gets 5 years in prison for child sex


A former USC professor once on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted fugitives list was sentenced to five years in federal prison Monday for flying to the Philippines and sexually assaulting underage boys he had met online.

In addition to the sentence, Walter Lee Williams, 66, of Palm Springs, will be required upon release to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life and will be on 10 years of supervision.

Williams, previously known as a well-respected academic, had pleaded guilty and admitted engaging in illegal sexual contact with minors in foreign places. As part of a plea deal with prosecutors, he must also pay $25,000 in restitution to seven victims.

The professor was apprehended within a day of making the FBI's Most Wanted List in June 2013 after he was indicted on sex charges involving two 14-year-old boys in the Philippines.

He was captured in the Mexican coastal town of Playa del Carmen when a resident recognized his photo from a newspaper article.

Los Angeles Police Deputy Chief Michel Moore said Williams' conduct came to light three years ago when a person concerned about the safety of children contacted authorities.

Recognition for Williams' educational work included the USC General Education Outstanding Teacher Award in 2006. But his academic work was a cover for his criminal activity, according to prosecutors.

Williams taught anthropology, gender studies and history at USC for about two decades until he quit in 2011. Under the guise of academic research on sexuality in the Southeast Asia/Pacific region, he repeatedly traveled to the area, prosecutors said.

Federal prosecutors alleged that the author and Fulbright Award winner used those trips to sexually assault underage boys. Investigators believe he has at least 10 victims across Southeast Asia, aged 9 to 17.

Williams engaged in Webcam sex sessions with two boys, aged 13 and 14, in the Philippines in 2010, prosecutors alleged. The next year, he traveled to the country and sexually assaulted both boys and a 15-year-old boy, according to the plea agreement.

While there, he also had sexual contact with three other 16-year-old boys, records show. When he returned to Los Angeles International Airport on Feb. 11, 2011, he was stopped and child pornography was found on him.

The professor fled Los Angeles a week after being interviewed by the FBI. An attorney for USC last year provided the FBI with materials the professor donated to the ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives that contained "lascivious visual depictions of minors," according to the plea agreement.

FBI agents also obtained similar images from Williams' former home.

For more Southern California crime news, follow @katemather.

転載先
http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-usc-
professor-child-sex-crimes-20141215-story.html


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