A predator who gave narcotics and physically assaulted seven women took over 20,000 photos of the unconscious.
32-year-old Builder Jamie Rogers gave intoxicants to them and sometimes their partners after drinking sessions at his house.
On one moment, he recorded himself molesting a woman as her husband lay senseless nearby.
Rogers called his victims to stay after drink sessions — giving them headache pills to ward off hangovers.
His wife had no thought what he was doing, and many victims discovered the truth only after police showed them Rogers’ pictures.
Police Arrested Rogers And Discovered Over 20,000 Pictures Of Victims
Officers discovered a secret stash of 21,000 pictures and 600 videos after Rogers, of Hanworth, West London, initially detained on doubt of having lewd images of children.
The offensive images stored by Rogers on a secret smartphone app and revealed him committing more than 100 separate physical assaults at his London house.
He denied spiking sufferers with pills, but a judge ordered the 44 crimes done after he gave narcotics to them.
The judge also criticized an extraordinary two-year delay in Rogers being brought into custody after he first captured by police.
Jailing Rogers, Judge Jonathan Davies said to Rogers that after his capture: “You remained in the community for two additional years, in actuality, you should have been in custody.”
No further offenses reported in that period, throughout which Rogers moved to Sheffield after separating from his innocent wife.
He was imprisoned for 21 years on Friday after he confessed 12 cases of abuse and more than 30 physical assaults over eight years.
Judge Jonathan Davies said to Rogers at Kingston crown court: “You are a predator who did critical psychological harm.”