Peter Whitmore has a long, long history of abducting and molesting little boys and girls.
A 20-year history in fact.
Peter Whitmore started young, in 1988, when he was 18 years old.
Peter would lure young boys in with promises of quick, easy money in exchange for running an errand for him, then molest them.
He was sentenced back in the early 90’s to 16 months for molesting five boys whose ages ranged from 11 to 13.
Peter Whitmore was released from prison on July 29, 1994, after serving two-thirds of that sentence.
Of course he was given strict orders to avoid any kind of contact with children under 14. Of course he ignored these orders.
Nine days after he was released from prison for sexually assaulting five boys, Peter Whitmore posed as a child protective services worker and was able to convince a mother of an 8-year-old girl to turn her daughter over to him.
Peter Whitmore took the little girl to Toronto and raped her repeatedly, sending the 8-year-old back to her mother in a taxi when he was done with her.
A 9-year-old boy who lived next door was Peter Whitmore’s next victim, when Peter somehow talked the 9-year-old’s parents into letting the boy sleep over at Peter’s house.
For those crimes, Whitmore got 56 months in prison.
While in prison, Whitmore would stare at images of kids on television, sometimes reaching out and touching the screen where their genitalia would be. Peter Whitmore admitted to psychologists that he had either 10 or 11 “relationships” with boys who were less than 12 years old, and refused to participate in any kind of treatment programs. In March of 1997, pictures of half-dressed children were found hidden in his room.
Do you think he maybe, maybe would pose a threat to children if he ever got out?
Turned down for parole in 1998, Peter Whitmore was released in 1999 when his sentence was up.
He was thrown back into prison for a year after he disobeyed a court order and went down to Mexico. Got out in 2000 and was found a month later in a hotel room with a 13-year-old runaway.
Another 12 months.
Peter Whitmore continued to violate his court order to stay away from children, was arrested again and sentenced to three years. During his prison stay, he insisted that he’d done nothing wrong, stating things like “I am not hurting children by performing oral sex on them” or “I am not hurting them because I do not beat them” or “I am not hurting them because they consent to it and they like it.”
He was out in June of 2005.
Peter paid a kid $40 to touch him in June of 2006, but was never charged.
What happened to two kids after that was right out of a parent’s nightmare.