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#OpRingRoad – Ten people including six women, Female paedophile Marie Black of Norwich, found guilty of running a paedophile ring – forcing children to have sex with one another – the adults threw parties and played card games to decide who would abuse which child

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Female rapist faces jail after being found guilty of running paedophile ring which subjected five young children to horrific abuse over more than a decade

  • Marie Black, 34, of Norwich, found guilty of running a paedophile ring
  • Ten people – including six women – stood trial for the child sex abuse
  • Black denied 26 offences but was convicted of 23 of them including rape, conspiracy to rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity
  • She played an instrumental role using children as ‘sexual play-things’
Marie Black, 34, (pictured) played an 'instrumental role' in using the five children as 'sexual play-things'

Marie Black, 34, (pictured) played an ‘instrumental role’ in using the five children as ‘sexual play-things’

A female rapist has been found guilty of running a paedophile ring which subjected five young children to sexual and physical abuse over more than a decade.

Ten people – including six women – were on trial accused of the child sex abuse which is said to have centred around Marie Black, 34, of Norwich.

She denied 26 offences at Norwich Crown Court but today, after 19 hours of deliberations and a three-month trial, the jury convicted her of all but three counts.

She was found guilty of offences including rape, conspiracy to rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Black sobbed uncontrollably in the dock as the verdicts were delivered.

Michael Rogers, 53, from Romford, Essex, was also found guilty of 14 counts including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Jason Adams, 43, from Norwich, was found guilty of 13 similar counts.

Carol Stadler, 59, from Norwich, was found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm but cleared of nine other charges, including serious sexual assaults.

The remaining defendants – Anthony Stadler, 63, Nicola Collins, 36, Andrew Collins, 52, Judith Fuller, 31, Denise Barnes, 43, and Kathleen Adams, 85, all from Norwich – were cleared of all counts.

Prosecutor Angela Rafferty QC said Black, previously known as Marie Adams, played an instrumental role in using the five children as ‘sexual play-things’.

The abuse, which is said to have happened in and around Norwich and London, included forcing the children to have sex with one another.

Michael Rogers, 53, (pictured left) was found guilty of 14 counts including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity. Jason Adams, 43, (right) was found guilty of 13 similar counts

Michael Rogers, 53, (pictured left) was found guilty of 14 counts including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity. Jason Adams, 43, (right) was found guilty of 13 similar counts

On some occasions, the adults threw parties and played card games to decide who would abuse which child, Mrs Rafferty said.

In interviews the victims described how they were abused in front of one another and other adults.

They said the abuse became so routine the victims came to accept it as normal.

Describing Black, Mrs Rafferty said: ‘Was she a helpless victim of abusive males or was she herself deeply involved with the children’s ill treatment?

‘Many of the defendants have become good at appearing normal and respectable.

‘This is what you would have to do in order to be child abusers to the extent alleged here.’

All of the defendants, including Black (left) and Rogers (right) denied ever abusing the children involved

All of the defendants denied abusing the children, and claimed it simply did not happen.

During the trial it emerged that police had launched an investigation in to the conduct of Norfolk County Council social workers involved in the case.

The court heard that the trial had originally been due to start last year only to be delayed when prosecutors raised concerns over changes made by social workers to statements taken from the children.

This resulted in Norfolk Police launching an investigation into alleged misconduct.

Sarah Elliott QC, representing Black, told the court that at the time the county’s children’s services department had recently failed an Ofsted inspection, being ranked ‘inadequate’ in all areas.

The guilty defendants will be sentenced this afternoon.

Carol Stadler, 59, (pictured) was found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm but cleared of nine other charges, including sexual assaults

Carol Stadler, 59, (pictured) was found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm but cleared of nine other charges, including sexual assaults

Speaking outside the court, Detective Chief Inspector Pete Hornby praised the bravery of the victims and said he was satisfied with the result of a 28-month investigation.

He added: ‘This case provides a sickening glimpse into sexual abuse on a large scale.’

He said the force had concluded its investigation into the allegations made against social workers and no criminal charges would be brought.

Mr Hornby added: ‘In their tender years, these children were subjected to sexual abuse beyond most people’s imagination by adults they believed were telling the truth.

‘It is the most harrowing case I have dealt with in 23 years of policing.

‘Marie Black has been found to be at the centre of this abuse and incited others to commit abuse against them. She thought they would never speak out.

Today’s verdict is testament to the children’s bravery and to the hard work of dedicated professionals from a range of agencies in this case.

It has brought them the knowledge they are believed and, I hope, will encourage other victims of abuse to find their voice and come forward.’

Sheila Lock, interim executive director of Norfolk children’s services, said: ‘Sexual abuse against children is an horrific crime and still often goes under-reported or unnoticed.

‘The victims in this case have shown tremendous courage in speaking out and I hope that this verdict will give other victims or witnesses the confidence to report abuse – because agencies in Norfolk will listen and act.

‘This was a complex case brought by the Crown Prosecution Service, with our staff among several witnesses who gave evidence in the proceedings.

‘The needs of the children, who were central to the prosecution case, have always been at the fore of our minds and have been the main focus of all of the agencies involved.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3176340/Woman-faces-jail-guilty-running-paedo-ring.html

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Woman, 34, at the centre of child abuse gang is jailed for life after orchestrating ‘utterly depraved’ sex parties where children were ‘raffled off’ to be assaulted

  • Marie Black, 34, was instrumental in the abuse of two boys and three girls 
  • Black, her ex-husband Jason Adams and former boyfriend Michael Rogers hid behind a ‘veneer of respectability’ while inviting adults to abuse parties
  • Judge told Black her conduct towards children was ‘utterly depraved’
  • Black introduced children to their abusers and was the ‘one common denominator’ in abuse ‘beyond most people’s imagination’, say police 

An ‘utterly depraved’ woman at the centre of a sex abuse ring where children were ‘passed around like toys’ was jailed for life today.

Former insurance worker Marie Black, 34, from Norwich, was told she would not be eligible for parole for at least 12 years after she orchestrated the abuse of five young children over six years.

Black, her ex-husband, hospital porter Jason Adams, 43, and former boyfriend, coach driver Michael Rogers, 53, were found guilty of a string of abuse charges earlier this year.

Black was convicted of 23 offences, including rape, conspiracy to rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, after the trial at Norwich Crown Court, while her former partners were found guilty of a total of 27 counts – including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Both Rogers and Adams were sentenced to 24 years and made subject to sexual harm prevention orders.

Rogers’ and Adams’ terms are ‘extended’ sentences, meaning they will not be considered for release for at least 16 years.

Sentencing Black, Judge Nicholas Coleman, said: ‘The case is the most harrowing it has been my misfortune to try. I and the jurors had to listen to the truly gruesome detail of what took place.

‘Your conduct towards these children can only be described as utterly depraved – the children were subjected to sexual abuse of the worst kind.

‘They were simply passed around like toys.’

Black sobbed uncontrollably throughout the sentencing hearing.

Her trial had heard that Black was instrumental in abuse against the two boys and three girls in and around Norwich and London, and that on occasions children’s toys, such as Barbie dolls, were used in the attacks.

The trio are said to have hidden behind a ‘veneer of respectability’ as they invited other adults to parties where the children were abused and played card games to decide who would abuse which child.

The trial heard that the attacks were so frequent that the children came to accept it as a normal part of daily life.

Judge Coleman said: ‘You, Marie Black, were the constant factor in all of these crimes.

‘The offences included adults conspiring to rape children at so-called sex parties.

‘You used them for you own, and for others, sexual gratification.

Black, her ex-husband hospital porter Jason Adams, 43, (pictured) and former boyfriend, coach driver Michael Rogers, 53, were found guilty of a string of abuse charges earlier this year
Rogers, (pictured) from Romford, Essex, was found guilty of 14 counts including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and Adams, 43, from Norwich, was found guilty of 13 similar counts

Black, her ex-husband Jason Adams, 43, (left) and former boyfriend, coach driver Michael Rogers, 53, (right) were found guilty of a string of abuse charges earlier this year

‘It amounts to child sexual abuse of the most serious kind.’

He added there was evidence the children were taken to other parts of the country where they were ‘raffled’ for abuse by others.

All three defendants denied that any abuse happened.

Sarah Elliott QC, mitigating for Black, said her client had been the victim of ‘very serious’ domestic violence at the hands of Adams.

“The case is the most harrowing it has been my misfortune to try. Your conduct towards these children can only be described as utterly depraved
Judge Nicholas Coleman

‘He was and is a very manipulative man,’ she added.

She told the court that evidence was found on Rogers’ telephone suggesting he was a paedophile who exploited Black.

Ms Elliott added that Black did not have the ‘intelligence or the wit’ to be part of a ‘clever Machiavellian scheme’ to cover up the abuse.

She said that Black had herself been the victim of sexual grooming at the age of 13.

‘She was clearly a vulnerable, corrupted woman,’ Ms Elliott added.

‘The impetus for abusing the children comes from Adams and Rogers.

‘She was vilified throughout the trial and was blamed by everybody to exculpate themselves.’

However, barristers representing Adams and Rogers rejected the notion that they had manipulated Black.

Isabella Forshall QC, for Adams, said he had no previous convictions for sexual offences.

She added: ‘Although Marie Black seeks to transfer the full load of blame onto Mr Adams, one of the counts reflects her as the only participant, so we don’t accept it is entirely his fault.

‘She is the common denominator between all the offences.’

Co-defendant Carol Stadler, 59, from Norwich, was found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm and jailed for six months

Co-defendant Carol Stadler, 59, from Norwich, was found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm and jailed for six months

Ann Cotcher QC said Rogers was a ‘naive’ man who had sought to help Black.

She added: ‘He still maintains his denial of any wrongdoing.

‘Whatever he did do, he was not the instigator of sexual and physical abuse.

‘Marie Black had abused the children before he was ever on the scene.’

Speaking ahead of the sentencing hearing, Detective Chief Inspector Pete Hornby, said Black was the ‘one common denominator’ and at the centre of all of the abuse. In each case she introduced the children to their abusers.

He added it was particularly unusual for a woman to play a lead role in abuse which was ‘beyond most people’s imagination’.

‘She simply denies that this abuse happened so it is very difficult to offer any explanation for her behaviour,’ Mr Hornby said.

‘She played an active part in the abuse and facilitated abuse by others.

‘She was at the centre of the spider’s web of abuse.’

Mr Hornby added that all three were convicted of specimen counts – meaning the actual number of abusive incidents was likely to run into the hundreds.

Mr Hornby said the police investigation suggested Black was a ‘willing and active participant’ in the abuse.

When interviewed by police, she denied that she had ever been involved. According to investigators, she showed no pity for the children and no emotion.

Officers found no evidence that she had been coerced or pressured into the abuse.

Black met Adams through a lonely hearts advert in a newspaper and they quickly married in 2002. The abuse began soon after the start of this relationship.

Their relationship broke down in 2008 and within months she had met Rogers through an internet dating site.

He moved into her home in Norwich within three weeks, and police said the abuse started almost immediately.

There is no evidence that either man had been involved in child abuse before meeting Black and she was also of previous good character.

‘Like most criminal activity, their behaviour happened in the shadows,’ said Mr Hornby.

Black was convicted of 23 offences, including rape, conspiracy to rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, after the trial at Norwich Crown Court (pictured)

Black was convicted of 23 offences, including rape, conspiracy to rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, after the trial at Norwich Crown Court (pictured)

‘They had normal jobs and there whole lives were set up to appear normal and hide their paedophilic activity.

‘Maybe at some point in the future through rehabilitation or the probation process she will offer some acknowledgement and explanation for what happened. Until then we cannot say how this began.

‘It seems they ended up viewing the children as sexual playthings and lost sight of the fact that they were kids.

‘All the normal instincts of an adult protecting a child went out of the window.’

He added that five years after the police investigation began and the children were taken to safety they were now beginning to put their ordeals behind them.

‘They are in a safe place now and are living the kind of normal life they deserve,’ he added.

‘They are remarkable children considering the darkness they have experienced.’

Speaking after the case, he said: ‘The children involved will carry the burden of these crimes for life and these sentences reflect the gravity of this case.’

After verdicts were delivered, Black, from Norwich, sobbed uncontrollably in the dock as the verdicts were delivered. She was heard saying: ‘I’ve been stitched up.’

Rogers, from Romford, Essex, was found guilty of 14 counts including cruelty, rape and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and Adams, 43, from Norwich, was found guilty of 13 similar counts.

Co-defendant Carol Stadler, 59, from Norwich, was jailed for six months after being found guilty of assault causing actual bodily harm but cleared of nine other charges, including serious sexual assaults.

Claire Matthews, representing Stadler, said her involvement was ‘isolated’ and at a ‘low level’.

Six others – Anthony Stadler, 63, Nicola Collins, 36, Andrew Collins, 52, Judith Fuller, 31, Denise Barnes, 43, and Kathleen Adams, 85, all from Norwich – stood trial but were cleared of all counts.

An NSPCC spokesman said of Black: ‘This woman inflicted unimaginable distress and pain on to these defenceless young people, and we welcome a sentence that reflects her despicable behaviour. We must not forget that real children endured horrific abuse at her hands, and will undoubtedly spend years recovering from the cruelty they endured.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3251733/Woman-34-centre-spider-s-web-abuse-orchestrated-sex-parties-children-assaulted-paedophile-ex-boyfriends-hid-veneer-respectability.html

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