Sussex police fail a victim of crime who is targeted by a convicted Sussex Cybercriminal – WARNING DISTURBING IMAGES

Chief Constable Jo Shiner of Sussex police has been made aware of sickening and illegal revenge attacks committed by (or incited by) Kyoji Mochizuki, aka Taz Ryder.

Kyoji was convicted of a sinister attack against Sussex police in 2016.

Sussex police pulled out all stops to arrest and convict Kyoji Mochizuki, however, now that the victim is someone else, Sussex police appear less determined to take any action.

The offences committed by Kyoji Mochizuki (Taz Ryder)  were reported to Sussex police 10 days prior to this article being posted.  Yesterday, a Sussex police officer said he was assigned to the case but said he was on nights and then had 4 days rest and would only start to look into it then.

Sussex police are aware of the offences being committed, they have been suggested as Computer Misuse, Distributing Explicit Images,  Stalking, Malicious Communications, Impersonating a police officer, Harassment.  It is also alleged that Kyoji Mochizuki is also enticing and encouraging others to partake in the same offences.

WARNING
Some of the images posted by or enticed to be posted by Kyoji Mochizuki are below.  They have been redacted and made very small due to their serious nature.  Clicking on them will show full size but they are still redacted.  Discretion advised.

 

A reward is being offered by this website to anyone who makes a (lawful) Citizens arrest of the suspect leading to conviction.

The law surrounding a Citizen’s Arrest in the UK is set out in Section 24A of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (PACE) 1984. It states that a person can legally arrest anyone:

“Who is in the act of committing an indictable offence; or whom the person has reasonable grounds to suspect is committing an indictable offence.”

At the most basic level, anyone can perform an arrest if they either know or reasonably believe, that an individual is in the process of committing a crime. You can also perform a Citizen’s Arrest if you reasonably believe that a crime has already been committed by said individual.

Since notifying Sussex police that a citizen’s arrest is being arranged, they have agreed to act a bit sooner.  I will not divulge any more unless they fail.

Anyone considering making a Citizens arrest must do so lawfully, and only reasonable force can be used where absolutely necessary.  Once the suspect is detained, the police should be notified immediately.  The police have all of the evidence and are legally bound to step in.

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