WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT Police have stormed the sickening living quarters of an accused child predator finding children’s underwear, toddlers’ shoes, webcams and bondage cuffs.
David Timothy Deakin, 53, was arrested at his Philippines home last month in what was potentially the largest ever seizure of illicit digital content in the country.
The American has been charged with cybercrime, child pornography, child abuse and child trafficking after vile images and video streams were discovered on 30 different hard drives ready for selling.
In the wake of his arrest, authorities shared the confronting images which also showed filthy mattresses, discarded children’s clothes, amid sex toys, cigarette butts and cameras.
A further image showed the sweaty suspect himself, shirtless with his hands tied behind his back.
“You know what you’ve done in this room,” an investigator told Deakin at the scene, showing him several photos of several children.
After momentarily pleading ignorance, he said one of them was probably a few doors away with her cousin.
Minutes later, two girls, 9 and 11 years old, were rescued by police.
The FBI and United Nations said the alarming growth of child sexual exploitation was becoming an epidemic and that any given moment, 750,000 child predators are online.
“This should serve as a warning,” NBI anti-human trafficking chief Janet Francisco said.
“We will really put them in jail and they will die in jail.”