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RAYMOND ALFRED GAGNON (43) - Has a case of a missing girl turned into the discover of a sex ring?

Post  Gary Dee on Tue 19 Jun - 9:22



Coincidenses are starting to turn into a pattern of sick and twisted behavior in the case of missing 12 year old Brooke Bennett. Has a case of a missing girl turned into the discover of a sex ring?

The case of missing 12 year old Brooke Bennett just got even more bizarre as 40 year old Ray Gagnon was arrested by police . Ray Gagnon is being accused of obstruction of justice and is accused of destroying evidence in connection with the investigation into the disappearance of 12-year-old Brooke Bennett. Gagnon, who has family in Vermont, was arrested Monday night and was expected to be charged with sexually assaulting a minor last year in the Royalton area. However, his arraignment was canceled and federal authorities took over his case.



Now two people close to Brooke Bennett have been arrested on unrelated charges, as the investigation into her disappearance seems to be picking up steam.

Authorities say 40-year-old Ray Gagnon of San Antonio, Texas, is set to appear Wednesday in federal court in Burlington to answer a charge of obstruction of justice. Gagnon is accused of destroying evidence in connection with the probe into the disappearance of 12-year-old Brooke Bennett.

On Monday Brooke’s uncle, 42-year-old Michael Jacques was arraigned on an aggravated sexual assault charge.

Gagnon is scheduled to be arraigned in federal court Wednesday in Burlington, VT.



Earlier this week, the 42 year old uncle of Brooke Bennett, Michael Jacques, was arrested on an unrelated sexual assault against another minor. However, police consider Michael Jacques a “person of interest” in the disappearance of Brooke Bennett. Read the affidavit against Michael Jacques and the charges against him. (Warning: This document contains graphic and explicit content not suitable for children.) http://blackpearl.wcax.com/documents/Jacques_affidavit.pdf

While Brooke Bennett’s uncle, Michael Jacques, is charged in an unrelated child sex case, police are now calling him a “person of interest” in the disappearance of Brooke. State and federal investigators searched his home Monday.

Vermont State Police say it’s too early to know whether Brooke was part of the“Breckenridge” sex ring, that led to the charges against Jacques. But they say their investigation into Jacques drastically shifted the focus of their investigation into Brooke’s disappearance. SEE: http://www.wcax.com/Global/story.asp?S=8580434&nav=menu183_2_2_2

http://www.wcax.com/Global/story.asp?S=8584106&nav=menu183_16_10_3
http://www.cnn.com/2008/CRIME/07/01/missing.vermont.girl/

Baker said Gagnon is suspected of sexually assaulting another child in 2007. He would not provide details.

Federal agents are preparing to also charge Gagnon, of San Antonio, with obstruction of justice for destroying evidence in the Brooke Bennett investigation, FBI Special Agent John Pikus said.

Police said Gagnon’s arrest stemmed from the investigation of the missing girl’s uncle, Michael Jacques, 42, who has been charged for his alleged role in a sex ring known as “Breckenridge,” CNN affiliate WPTZ reported. The charge against Jacques, a registered sex offender in Vermont, does not involve his niece.

http://scaredmonkeys.com/2008/07/01/sex-ring-ray-gagnon-step-father-of-missing-brooke-bennett-is-arrested-accused-of-destroying-evidence-in-connection-of-disappearance-of-brooke-bennett/

Texas Man with Cullman Ties Sentenced Eight Years for Possessing Child Pornography

HUNTSVILLE—A federal judge today sentenced a former resident of Cullman County who was investigated in connection with the 2008 disappearance and murder of his stepdaughter to eight years in prison for possessing child pornography, announced U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance and FBI Special Agent in Charge Patrick Maley.

U.S. District Judge C. Lynwood Smith Jr. sentenced RAYMOND ALFRED GAGNON, 43, of San Antonio, Texas, for possessing a computer and related media containing images of child pornography. Gagnon pleaded guilty to the charge last year. Judge Smith ordered that the 97-month sentenced he imposed be served consecutively to a nearly 17-year prison sentence Gagnon is serving on a 2008 child pornography conviction in a federal court in Texas.

A Vermont man, Michael Jacques, is charged in federal court in Vermont with kidnapping resulting in death, production of child pornography, and possession of child pornography in relation to the murder of Gagnon’s stepdaughter, who was living in Vermont. The District of Vermont is seeking the death penalty in the case.

According to the government’s sentencing memorandum in the Alabama case, Gagnon had produced a pornographic video of his stepdaughter when she was 12 years old and he was living in Tallassee. Gagnon also admitted that in June 2007, he and Jacques sexually assaulted another young girl, Jacques’ stepdaughter, according to the memorandum.

“Gagnon’s long history with and vast collection of child pornography is typical of a child predator who would sexually assault a young girl,” Vance said. “His actions are morally reprehensible and he needs to be locked away,” she said.

According to information presented by the government as part of Gagnon’s 2010 plea hearing, he was part of an ongoing investigation regarding the disappearance of his stepdaughter, who was last seen at a convenience store in Vermont. The girl was later found murdered and buried in a shallow grave. During the initial investigation, Gagnon admitted that after he learned of her disappearance, he flew from San Antonio to Vermont by way of Cullman.

Gagnon owns a house in Cullman. The charges he pleaded guilty to involve child pornography found on a computer and related media at the Cullman residence. Gagnon admitted to possessing those computers.

Gagnon also admitted that while in Cullman, he went to the Cullman Public Library to attempt to access the missing girl’s MySpace account and Amber Alert information.

During the investigation, Gagnon instructed an acquaintance to dispose of a safe in his San Antonio residence. Gagnon stated that the safe contained a laptop computer that was used to access the missing girl’s MySpace page, and which contained vast amounts of child pornography he had downloaded from the Internet. Gagnon admitted to possessing sexual images of children as young as 5 years old.

In 2008, as part of the investigation, a federal grand jury in Texas indicted Gagnon for transporting child pornography. He pleaded guilty to that offense and was sentenced 200 months in prison.

Gagnon has remained in custody since his arrest in 2008.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Mary Stuart Burrell prosecuted the case.


http://www.justice.gov/usao/aln/News/December%202011/December%2014,%202011%20Huntsville.html



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Re: RAYMOND ALFRED GAGNON (43) - Has a case of a missing girl turned into the discover of a sex ring?

Post  Gary Dee on Tue 19 Jun - 10:26

Brooke Bennett: Timeline of a Tragedy

http://www.wcax.com/story/8615806/brooke-bennett-timeline-of-a-tragedy

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