A judge has described a man’s actions as predatory, appalling and disgusting as she jailed him for the brutal rapes of at-risk homeless teenage girls. 

Jason Andrew Green, 45, was sentenced to 13 years in prison for his horrific crimes In the WA District Court on Tuesday.  

Judge Linda Black said ‘torture’ was not an inappropriate description of his unspeakable sexual assaults of the girls.   

Green was one of more than 20 men, including 11 alleged paedophiles, arrested in 2020 during Operation Timing Belt which targeted online predators in Perth.

The operation unearthed a paedophile ring accused of using Facebook and Instagram to groom 140 teenagers.

The teenagers were aged as young as 13, with 23 girls allegedly abused.

Earlier this year, Green stood trial in the District Court over allegations he targeted and preyed on young girls in 2019.

Green was charged with one count of aggravated sexual penetration without consent, two counts of encouraging a child to engage in sexual behaviour, four counts of sexual penetration without consent and one count of unlawful and indecent assault.

Green was one of more than 20 men, including 11 alleged paedophiles, arrested in 2020

Green was one of more than 20 men, including 11 alleged paedophiles, arrested in 2020 

Operation Timing Belt unearthed a paedophile ring accused of grooming 140 teenagers

Operation Timing Belt unearthed a paedophile ring accused of grooming 140 teenagers

He denied all charges but following a long trial, was found guilty on seven of the eight offences. 

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Green was acquitted of one of the charges of encouraging a child to engage in sexual behaviour.

It was revealed during Tuesday’s sentencing how Green sexually and indecently assaulted two 16-year-old girls. 

Green groomed both girls and gave them methylamphetamine before raping them in his home in separate incidents.

In one vicious ordeal, the court heard how one of the girls screamed in pain and was unable to breathe as she was being choked.

The court heard one of the victims had an intellectual disability and both were either homeless or from troubled backgrounds. 

Green’s actions were targeted and persistent, State Prosecutor Kade Rosenthal told the court.

‘The offender didn’t care if the girls were consenting or not.

‘He felt entitled to take what he wanted from these vulnerable girls.’

The court was told a third girl aged 15 at the time rebuffed Green after he attempted to entice her into sex in exchange for drugs or a phone.    

In sentencing Green, Judge Black said she was satisfied Green had not expressed any remorse for his crimes.

‘There is no evidence before me that you appreciate the incredible harm you have caused to these girls,’ she said.

‘You had no right to do what you did. I hope you are ashamed of yourself.

‘It is hard to imagine more serious examples of this kind of offending.’ 

Judge Black said there may have been even more victims if it weren’t for the bravery of a girl who reported Green’s actions.

Green has previous convictions for dishonesty, drugs and aggravated armed robbery and was made eligible for parole.

His sentence was backdated to January 10, 2024.

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