The man’s partner, who is also in her 40s, was also before the court, charged with more than 20 counts of sexual assault and sexual exploitation of the same girl.
Both are also facing a number of child neglect charges involving four other children.
The court appearances follow a garda investigation which has been ongoing for almost three-and-a-half years.
Both the man and the woman were arrested by gardaí this morning and were brought separately to the district court in Killarney.
Sergeant Bridget Foley described the charges as very serious, relating to alleged harm of a grave degree.
She outlined details of the 134 charges which the man is facing – including 17 counts of rape, 17 of aggravated sexual assault, 16 of sexual assault, five counts of sexual exploitation and one count of making a threat to kill.
These charges relate to a girl who was in her pre-teen and early teenage years when the abuse is alleged to have occurred.
The man is facing a further 22 charges of child neglect relating to four other children.
The man’s partner faces a total of 79 charges involving the same five children. These include sexual assault, sexual exploitation and child neglect.
For legal reasons it is not possible to identify the parties in this case.
Bail on strict conditions was granted to both by Judge David Waters, and both will be back before the court again next Tuesday, 19 November.
Family of Sheku Bayoh feel ‘totally betrayed’ by decision not to prosecute police over his death
Sheku died in May 2015 after being restrained by up to nine police officers near his Kirkcaldy home.
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The family of Sheku Bayoh today told how they felt “totally betrayed” by a decision not to prosecute anyone over his death.
Gas engineer Sheku died in May 2015 after being restrained by up to nine police officers near his Kirkcaldy home.
The 31-year-old, who had taken the drugs MDMA and Flakka, was found to have suffered 23 separate injuries.
His family met with prosecutors this morning at the Crown Office building in Edinburgh .
They were left devastated after being told no criminal charges would be pursued in the case.
Sheku’s mum Aminata Bayoh, 70, said: “I returned back to Scotland last week to attend this meeting. But my heart is broken again to hear this decision.
“My only son died in the hands of police who are supposed to have protected him.”
Colette Bell, Sheku’s partner, said: “I believe that if the police hadn’t treated my Sheku the way they did, he would be here today.
“I am fed up of the lies and the attempt to blame Sheku for his own death.”
The Bayoh family’s solicitor Aamer Anwar said: “They feel totally betrayed by the Lord Advocate, for not holding power to account, for his broken promises, his betrayal of justice and failure to act in the public interest.
“Neither the family or the legal team accept the Crown’s reasoning for no criminal charges.
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#AceNewsReport – Nov.10: A woman has admitted four child sexual abuse charges including live-streaming footage of herself sexually abusing a young girl over almost three years: Yesterday (Friday), Callaghan admitted four charges at Isleworth Crown Court: Petley, an automotive engineer, admitted 11 charges last month and was jailed at the same hearing yesterday for eight years: National Crime Agency officers discovered the duo’s offending through an investigation into Jodie Little, 30, who was jailed for 12 years and four months in August for sexually abusing children online: In July last year the NCA became aware of Little sexually abusing children under the online names ‘Devil Bitch 666’ and ‘DomTabooSlut’ on an adult services website from her home in northern Cyprus.
She admitted nine offences: She was convicted of eight using Section 72 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003 – legislation designed to prosecute British nationals in the UK for crimes committed abroad: The investigation into Little generated new leads: In October last year Petley, of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, was arrested after being identified as one of Little’s customers.
Christine Callaghan, 33, was paid £2,285 by Dean Petley, 30, to carry out the abuse over Skype: Online chat extracted from Little’s devices showed he had asked her to perform sex acts in front of young children and that he paid her £750 from January 2017 to February 2018 to see her sexually abuse two victims: Little, originally from Huddersfield, sent Petley 10 electronic files, one of which showed her sexually abusing a very young girl and talking graphically about the child being raped: He was rearrested in May this year after further evidence was found on an encrypted hard drive at his home: It contained screenshots of conversations with Callaghan, of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, over two years and full facial images of her abusing the girl with a small window of Petley watching it.
NCA officers discovered evidence of Callaghan discussing what she would do for money and of Petley instructing her how to abuse the victim: The hard drive also contained a video almost 10 minutes long of Callaghan abusing the young girl. Screenshots showed that on at least 10 different dates over three years, 2016 to 2018, she performed penetrative sexual activity in front of the victim and also sexually abused her: Five indecent images of children were also found on the drive.
Jason Booth, NCA operations manager, said: “Petley’s and Callaghan’s convictions were only possible because of our determination to make Jodie Little face justice: “Distance is not a barrier for the NCA in pursuing UK child sex offenders wherever they are. The investigation into Little has unravelled other leads that our policing partners are working on: “These were horrendous crimes, but they’re an example of what the NCA is seeing more and more with increasingly worsening cyber-enabled child sexual offending: “The NCA knows that the scale and severity of offending against children are worsening: “We and UK police arrest around 500 child sex offenders a month and safeguard about 700 children a month.
“There is no greater priority for us than protecting children.”
Child Protection Charity The Lucy Faithfull Foundation runs the Stop It Now! helpline which offers confidential advice to anyone concerned about their own or someone else’s behaviour towards children.
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