GoPro rape guilty Adam Butler, she smiles and avoids jail time

Adam Butler, 24, smiled in the Downing Centre District Court on Friday, as he was given the reduced sentence of a 10-month intensive corrections order for his role in the gang rape.

Butler, who has written a letter of petition to the judge saying: “he is not “consumed alcohol in the last 12 months, not even on Anzac Day,” then left with his mother.

Taken May, 2015 GoPro video, the sickening 17-minute assault shows the teenager on a bed as men say, “You will make us, one by one,” and “next, next, next”.

The victim, who sometimes, during the movie of assaults seems to be in a coma, he has the verbal skills of eight-and-a-half-year-old girl.

Adam Butler was sitting near the girl as she was raped and hit in a small bedroom in a party in which she was the only woman present.

His presence in the rape room, sitting in a chair next to the bed, as the other has had sex with the girl, came to light when “an improved version of the GoPro video revealed another person in the room,” the court has heard.

The home of Sydney, an impaired girl was gang-raped and filmed on a GoPro camera. Picture: Dylan Robinson.

Sydney man, Adam, Butler, smiles, has avoided prison for hiding the nauseating GoPro gang rape of a teenage girl. Photo By Glenn Chapman.

Tristan Carlyle-Watson appeared in a video from jail but will be sentenced in the month of January. Photo: Facebook.

The video, which is only found when the police interviewed one of the offenders on a different offense, and also contains comments such as “are you ready for the next one” and “just bend over the bed”.

Butler pleaded guilty in July of this year to one count of hiding the indictable offence of sexual violence is aggravated in respect of the girl.

Butler’s letter to Judge Sharron Norton pleading for a non-custodial sentence, said he had “done some thinking about his life” over the course of nine months in jail before his release on bail.

He had been in jail after his arrest on GoPro rape because of a previous conviction for assault causing actual physical harm.

Butler had been given an order of service for the community, after which he was sentenced for hitting a victim in the face with a big stick in 2014 in Penrith Train Station.

Judge Norton noted Butler’s letter to her about the GoPro rape“, which in reality did not apologise to the victim”.

Butler is one of seven men convicted over the GoPro rape of a 16-year-old girl at a party in St Clair in Western Sydney.

Some of the men who stood in line to have sex with the girl who had been exercised with alcohol and cannabis and stripped naked.

The girl was aware of the incident, but was tracked down by investigators of the NSW Abuse Team after the video, the GoPro has come to light.

Kurt Stevenson has been found guilty of sexual violence, which is compounded of the intellectually disabled 16-year-old girl who was drugged and raped.

Ayden Devereux, that he filmed the assaults, and the owner of the GoPro camera Frank Kordis were arrested by the police for vandalism charges in 2015, and the device has been seized.

Officials discovered the video of the GoPro, and found the girl that said that has overshadowed the party and had no memory of the assault.

Devereux pleaded guilty to two charges of sexual assault-aggravated in the company and was sentenced to a maximum of seven-and-a-half years in prison.

Devereux can be heard in the video GoPro urging the others saying: “come on, who is it?” “no bro, one by one we will all get a f***,” “let’s get this party started c*** * * * s, with respect to the line, respect the line”.

A young, ML, has received a five-and-a-half years in prison and Frank Kordis, who has hosted the St Clair party has been fined $3000 and given a two-year good behaviour bond.

Three others, convicted of more serious offences, appeared one by one via audio visual link from the Metropolitan remand and Reception prison in Silverwater in Western Sydney.

Judge Norton described the GoPro video of the assault as “gross and revolting”.

Abuse Team Detective acting superintendent Peter Yeomens and his team tracked down the young victim.

Tristan Carlyle-Watson is in jail.

The GoPro video is sickening 17 minutes.

The girl was drunk, and he later told a beer spiked with a drug that has been “poured down my throat” before she was raped in the bedroom.

Judge Norton described the “vile” series of attacks “with the criminals to exhort and encourage each other”.

The three men, appeared on video link from Silverwater jail on Friday, will be sentenced on January 19.

Tristan Carlyle-Watson, 26, Kurt Stevenson, 26 years old, and Andrew, and Waters, 25, were found guilty of sexual violence is aggravated in the company.

Waters and Stevenson have been found guilty of multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault.

Stevenson looked pale in his prison green, his hair cut short as he had been told to go back to the beginning of the next year.

Water she yawned and smiled, while her attorney has discussed the condemnation of the remarks about the authors, “dysfunctional, tough background” with the Court of Norton.

Asked if he wanted to be condemned in person or through a video link, Waters said: “Whatever is easier, yes, I am happy with the AVL.”

“Alrighty, thanks,” he said, as he was dismissed, and has given the thumbs-up, before returning to his prison cell.