A perverted Australian cop has admitted trying to woo an American teenager with graphic online messages that included a picture of his genitals tucked into the side of his police shirt.
James Anthony Gwen was also caught using the encrypted social media app Whisper to send explicit content referring to indecency and brutality in conversations with other women.
The 30-year-old officer, from Liverpool, south-west of Sydney, used Whisper to contact women he had never met and shared his sick fantasies, including impregnating his own daughters.
Gwen, who said she doesn’t actually have children, bragged about being a cop and told a Female Whisper user ‘my secret is that my fantasies are illegal’.
A perverted Australian cop has admitted trying to woo an American teenager with lewd online messages that included pictures of his genitalia on the side of his police shirt.
In April last year James Gwen contacted a Whisper user and asked if she wanted ‘a cute Australian cop’ to get the woman and her 12-year-old daughter pregnant.
Most of Gwynn’s messages were sent while he was stationed at Waverley police station in Sydney’s east, which are too revealing to be published.
Gwynne’s fantasies were set out in a series of back-to-back exchanges in a statement of facts given in Campbelltown District Court.
In the first recorded conversation with another Whisper user, Gwynne asked, ‘What did you do that crossed a line?’ and then encouraged her to describe having sex with a boy when she was a babysitter
He asked one woman, ‘Would you ever want your dog to get you pregnant and have puppies of your own?’ Then said, ‘You will get no judgment from me’ followed by a smiley face emoji.
Gwen told another woman, ‘I also have a fantasy of having daughters one day and taking their virginity and impregnating them. Sorry if this is too much for you.’
In April of last year, officers from the US Human Trafficking Investigator Task Force conducted an undercover operation in Minnesota using the assumed online identity (AOI) of a 15-year-old girl.
When a third woman was asked what Gwen liked about the idea of her future wife engaging in brutality she replied, ‘Oh I like the idea that she’s so submissive that she’ll even bow to my wishes’.
In March last year, calling herself ‘Dad’, Gwen asked a Whisper user if she would send him a picture of herself, describing him as ‘her little breeding toy’.
He wrote, ‘My confession is that my imaginations are quite frozen and I told no one because I would go to jail’.
When the Whisper user – who claimed to be 17 – said he wouldn’t show his face to Gwen because ‘I’m still a minor’, she asked, ‘What if I tell you I do something that makes it worse? For father?’
Whisper User: ‘Is it Dad?’
Gwen: ‘Dad’s a police officer.’
Whisper User: ‘Police officers and pervs lol.’
In April last year Gwen contacted another Whisper user and asked if she wanted ‘a cute Australian cop’ to get the woman and her 12-year-old daughter pregnant.
Woman: ‘Are you really a policeman? Why would you be on this site?’
Gwen: ‘Yes I am but I’m from Australia. To be honest I’m a bit of an introvert outside of work and that’s how I talk to people.’
Woman: ‘Yes but aren’t you obligated as law enforcement to report or investigate activity on this site?’
When a teenager said she didn’t want to show her face to Gwen because ‘I’m still a minor’, she asked, ‘What if I tell you that I do something that makes it worse for daddy?’
In the same month, officers from the US Human Trafficking Investigator Task Force in Minnesota conducted an undercover operation using the assumed online identity (AOI) of a 15-year-old girl.
Gwynne contacted the AOI and told him he was an Australian policeman. He told her that he was in his second year of high school.
Gwynne asked the AOI to send him photographs of himself and he forwarded what the statement of information referred to as ‘intimate content’ of an unknown nature.
AOI: ‘You prove me a badass Aussie cop and hold your badge next to him then I will.’
Gwynne: ‘I don’t have my badge at home with me. It’s in my locker at work.’
AOI: ‘Guess you have to be creative to prove yourself. You look funny.’
At Waverley Police Station (above) investigators found property with a photo of Gwen wearing a tactical vest which she sent to a man who said she was a 15-year-old girl.
Gwynne sends AOI a photo of his erect penis next to his police shirt and another later that shows his face with the shirt over his face.
Police executed a search warrant at Gwynne’s home and Waverley police station in late April last year, according to a statement of facts submitted to the court.
Investigators at the police station found property including a tactical vest worn by Gwen in images sent to AOI.
In March this year Gwen pleaded guilty to three counts of using a car service to transmit child abuse material and three counts of grooming a child to engage in sexual activity outside Australia.
He pleaded guilty to using a carriage service as a felon and using the same means to solicit child abuse material.
Gwynne, who has been suspended without pay from the NSW Police Force since May last year, is listed to face a sentencing hearing in Campbelltown District Court in August.
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