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“Ghillie suit rapist” Troy Johnson has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping a 12 year old girl and sex offences against another 11 year old girl. 😓

“Ghillie suit rapist” Troy Johnson has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and raping a 12 year old girl and sex offences against another 11 year old girl.

The man who abducted and molested a girl in bushland while she begged for mercy has been pictured and named. Troy Johnson pleaded guilty to a total of 10 offences in Gosford District Court on Thursday. The charges were in relation to the assault of a 12-year-old girl as well as other sex offences against an 11-year-old girl between August 2016 and January 2017.

During Thursday’s court appearance he also pleaded guilty to two other charges that related to separate attacks on an 11-year-old girl between August 11 2016 and January 1 2017. Johnson admitted using a weapon and exposing the child to indecent material to make it easy to procure her for sex, and producing child abuse material.


The NBN contractor’s name was initially suppressed by the courts, but The Daily Telegraph confirmed that this was a mistake and allege the families of his victims wanted to share his identity. Johnson camouflaged himself and hid in bushes that he knew were frequented by school children and snatched a 12-year-old girl when she walked past. He then dragged her into the dense bushland and sexually assaulted her for up to an hour.

We at FACAA have held off sharing this information until he was found guilty and doing so could not affect his case either way. To share this information will not affect the case now, so we ask that everyone shares his face far and wide in case he gets a suspended sentence.

The little girl was on her way to school when the attack occurred. On the same day, a court document said how his victim said ‘stop, stop, stop’ as the father-of-three forced her from a footpath in Narrara on New South Wales’ Central Coast.

But according to the agreed statement of facts, Johnson told the girl ‘don’t scream or I will hurt you’. The married man, who lay in wait in a green and brown ghillie suit, then used cable ties and duct tape to tie up her hands and feet and cover her mouth.

After the horrifying attack at 7.45am on Monday, May 15 2017, the 12-year-old fled and made her way to school where her teacher raised the alarm with police. ‘She was dirty and dishevelled … she had swollen marks on her wrists and ankles,’ the documents said.

The girl’s harrowing ordeal lasted close to one-hour, at which point Johnson told her to get re-dressed. The rapist was arrested in August 2017.

Just a month after he was placed in custody, Johnson was viciously attacked by one of his fellow prisoners. Not sure why this was included in the report, are they trying to make us feel guilty for him ?

At the time of the prison attack Johnson’s father claimed his son had been ‘smashed to pieces’ and said he would never ‘abandon my boy’ despite the alleged charges. We can’t help but wonder what his father thinks now ? Who on earth wouldn’t question their own parenting if they have raised a multiple time child abuser, kidnapper, rapist…..

A lot of this story was cut and pasted to preserve the facts, our source a Daily Mail story which we double checked against other news sites we will link below the hashtags.

This thing is no man, he is a vile pathetic coward who gets off on hurting children. His file should be marked never to be released !

If anyone knows the girls involved in this case please tell them we at the FACAA would love to help them with our Phoenix Program. We can only hope they get the help they need to heal.

Troy Johnson you are no man !
You do not deserve to breath free air ever again !

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A 78 Year old Illawarra Grandfather charged with sexually assaulting his granddaughter from the age of 8 to 11 years has appallingly tried to claim…….. “She made me do it.”…. Just let that sink in for a second….


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“How to” guide on seeking justice for historical child sexual offences. This information does not relate to sexual offences against children who are currently under the age of 18.

A FACAA “How to” guide on seeking justice for historical child sexual offences. This information does not relate to sexual offences against children who are currently under the age of 18.

Recently FACAA attended a meeting with the head of NSW Sex crimes and a Police Superintendent and we asked them “What is the best way for the FACAA members to seek justice for their sexual abuse ?”

They were awesome and gave us some great advice and backed it up with an email packed with info that will help all survivors seeking justice for crimes committed against them.

Firstly if the sex crime has just occurred ring 000 and ask to speak to the police.
If you need medical attention then go to the hospital and they will make the report for you (if you want of course).

So this how to guide is for historical sex offences, offences that aren’t recent, but not necessarily decades in the past.

Now like anything preparation is the key, so either yourself or your support worker should ring the police station, preferably the one closest to where the offence occurred and ask to speak to the Crime Manager at the station. If you can’t do this it’s ok, but be aware it will add a delay to the proceedings.

From there you book an appointment to see them and speak with the appropriate investigator. The station’s Crime Manager will find you the best investigator for your case and ensure you only have to speak to and tell your story to one investigator, not over and over again as you go up the chain of command.

Please do not go to the desk and say, “Ï want to report my sexual assault,” as to do so would have you speaking to an officer with less experience. Now while they are usually great officers who do their job well, they are still limited to their experience.

If you work up the courage to make a report and find yourself at the police station without an appointment, ask to speak to either the sexual assault specialist officer, or ask to speak to “someone with stars on their shoulder.” This is usually the boss of the station who will be able to delegate better than the duty officer.
While you can take this option if you wish, it is not advised.

Now during your appointment you should be given a victim’s card that has :

  • An event number
  • Your next appointment time
  • The name of the officer you are dealing with.

Also during your appointment the duty officer at the station will ensure the victim:

  • Is advised that an investigation will be carried out by detectives.
  • Is advised of the services provided by the Sexual Assault Service.
  • Is advised that transportation can be provided to the Sexual Assault Service.
  • Is not required to repeat the details of the assault to multiple police officers.
  • The Investigations Manager has been notified.
  • That an assessment is conducted to determine the need to call out the Detectives.
  • Police Radio has been contacted and arrange for crime scene to attend.
  • He/She attends the crime scene and ensures its preservation if required.

After that the Investigations Manager will :

  • Appoint a Criminal Investigator to be the officer in charge of the case
  • Ensure quality of all investigations.

Then the criminal investigator will:

  • Liaise with the initial response officer and duty officer;
  • Ensure the victim of sexual/indecent assault is informed of;
  • The availability and purpose of a forensic medical examination.
  • The role of counsellors within sexual assault services and the availability of Counselling
  • The police role and the need for detailed statements and the use of Statements in later proceedings;
  • The expected length of time the statement taking may require
  • Their right to have a support person, (someone who is not likely to be a witness), present during the interview.
  • The likelihood of having to recount details of the police statement if the Matter goes to court.
  • The interviewing of suspects, the use of bail and Apprehended violence orders; and The court process and what is required of witnesses.
  • Conduct a full and proper investigation of the offence.
  • Establish a working relationship with the relevant government and non Government Sexual Assault Services to maximise the resources available when Conducting a criminal investigation.

The reporting of historical complaints must and will be taken seriously by the police, due to the personal nature of offending.

Additionally, and very importantly, these reports can be used by police to obtain valuable information about children currently at risk of harm.

We at FACAA and the NSW Police cannot stress enough the importance of coming forward and providing the police with as much information as you have, even if you would prefer your information was heard anonymously.

You can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and say what you want them to hear and then hang up. You would be shocked how many child rape rings have been busted wide open by a Crime Stoppers report.

This information was provided by the NSW Police, however we have been assured that all state police forces take child sexual assaults as seriously as NSW does and the procedures are roughly the same across the board.

Even if you don’t think it’s significant, reporting information you have about child abusers to police is of vital importance.

It will assist in protecting their future potential victims.

As survivors we at FACAA know that seeking justice can be stressful and challenging, it can be re-traumatising to open wounds that have scarred over, but it can also be very empowering.

Even if at the end of the day you don’t get the result you had hoped for from the courts, you have taken back your power. You have spoken out about what your abuser did and you have given information that may protect any potential future victims of your offender.

We hope this guide has helped you navigate the process of seeking justice for historical child sex offences. Should you have any further questions feel free to ask and if we can’t answer them we will email our contacts in the NSW Police force. (A)

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