Posts Tagged ‘West Australian District Court’


Age:   Al Maialy  25,  Shgahy 24  ( 2018 )

Location:  Kings Park,  Perth,  WA

Offence:  Both found guilty of aggravated sexual penetration without consent

Sentence:  Sentenced to 5 years jail. Shgahy’s sentence was backdated to September 2015 & is already eligible for parole. Al Maialy will become eligible for parole in August 2020.

Other:  In 2015,  Al Maialy & Shgahy approached the victim outside a pub in Northbridge. They then drove to Kings Park and each raped her in the backseat of the car.  They were sentenced to five years in jail after a trial in 2016 but the WA Court of Appeal quashed their convictions & ordered a retrial.




Age: 42 (2008)

Location: Kimberley region / WA

Offence: Charged with four counts of indecently dealing with a child and seven counts of sexually penetrating a child.

Sentence: Sentenced in the West Australian District Court to three-and-a-half years in prison.

Other: Waina lured two girls aged 11 and 14 to his bedroom with the promise of cigarettes, showed them a pornographic DVD and then had sex with them. Eligible for parole after serving half his sentence. Brother of Bruno Waina.

Man ran child-sex travel service from his retirement home, court told

February 22 2003

A 71-year-old man had incriminated himself of organising child-sex tours to Thailand by outlining, in phone calls and letters, his ability to arrange boys and girls of any age for sex, a court was told yesterday.

In one letter, former Perth schoolteacher Jonathan Kaye allegedly had inquired of a contact in Thailand as to whether a boy, aged between 12 and 14, had “nice buttocks” and whether he had reached puberty.

Kaye has been on trial in the West Australian District Court, charged with offering to help someone engage in indecent conduct with a person under 16 outside Australia. It is the first trial involving this charge.

The court was told by the Crown that the calls and letters supported evidence given by a prospective traveller, Graham Adair, 70, leaving no doubt Kaye offered to set up children under 16 for sexual conduct in Thailand.

The four-day trial has been told Kaye was running an informal travel business from his retirement home. He would advertise cheap accommodation, and receive calls from people genuinely interested in that service.

But while on the phone, he would also put out feelers to see if callers were after “additional services” such as Thai children.

The Crown prosecutor, Graeme Allen, told the jury Kaye met Mr Adair and spoke to him specifically about providing children aged under 16. One of the boys, Mex, was between 12 and 14.

Mr Allen said Kaye was in control of planning a trip with Mr Adair to Thailand, arranged for February 5, 2001. This was clear from a letter Kaye had sent to a contact there, in which he said he could take up to two boys in his apartment but “more than two I will give to Graham”.

Police investigated Kaye after an ad was placed in a Perth newspaper. They intercepted 1323 phone calls to and from Kaye’s home in January 2001.

The jury has been told Kaye is not on trial for his own sexual activities in Thailand, but that evidence about his sexual proclivities was relevant to his ability to provide underage boys.

To this end, the court was read letters Kaye had written to Thai contacts. One was to someone he described as a Buddhist monk, known as Mo, whose son, Moo, was among boys whose services Kaye had procured for himself.

“Mo, tell me more about Mex. What is his correct age? Is he tall, small? Body? Does he have … nice buttocks and has he reached puberty?” the letter read in part. “I need a boy who’s sexy and horny.”

Kaye’s counsel David Moen has said Kaye’s business, JK Imports, was a legitimate, registered business. The jury was expected to retire late yesterday.