“I don’t even know what you’re frigging doing here! A member of the National Bureau of Investigation anti-human trafficking division displays bondage cuffs used for sexual acts during a raid at the home of suspected child webcam cybersex operator David Timothy Deakin.Deakin grew up in Peoria, Illinois, he said, “around the corn fields.” His family was splintered, his sister hated him and he didn’t finish high school, he said.
The charges were dismissed, and he was supposed to leave the country.
But he stayed, remotely running computer systems for clients around the world, and hosting, he said, tens of thousands of websites as well.
“I’m just a costumer,” he said at first, as if the leather wrist restraints and ropes in the second bedroom were just for dress-up.
“I’m schizophrenic, you know,” he later told the AP, looping his finger at his temple.
He was licensed as a roofing contractor in his 30s, seasonal work which left winters free; he used the time to study computers.