Daycare Rapist Takes Advantage Of Prison Classes To Continue Pedophile Pursuits After Release

John March is a Washington pedophile and child rapist who was caught and punished for his sexual affinities for children, landing him in prison back in 2000.

The convicted pedophile, John March, was found guilty of sexually assaulting three children that were, unfortunately, enrolled in a daycare in his home that was run by his wife, reports Rare.

However, once in prison for these sexual assault on children, John March found an ultimately complimentary undertaking for his pedophilia in prison: computer science classes. Upon his release from prison in 2012, March’s computer skills helped him start putting together an extensive digital library of child pornography that reportedly showcased at least 13,000 sexual images of children, using a site called BitTorrent to share them with fellow pedophiles.

March, 45, recently pleaded guilty to the child pornography charges he faced and is now looking at up to 25 more pedophile-inspired years behind bars for his allegedly out-of-control pedophilia.

“I feel that I’m not a bad person. I just make very bad choices,” March told the judge, revealing what prosecutors believe is a severe lack-of-remorse issue for the repeat pedophile offender, reports Komo News.

According to the prosecution, proven pedophile March continues to show that he has no clue of the damage he’s caused. March even wrote a letter to the court saying that he was just a man “arrested on a sex offense” back in 2000, and now his biggest concern is that his latest pedophile pursuits have let down the people that supported him.

“Simply stated, March cannot be deterred,” said Assistant U.S. Attorney Erin Becker. “March began collecting these images almost immediately after his release from prison after serving a 12-year sentence for molesting a child receiving care in his home.”

According to prosecutors, the images March had of rape and bestiality on his computer were “among the vilest recorded by law enforcement.”

Authorities zeroed in and raided John March’s home back in October, his computer coughing up and revealing the pornographic images of mostly babies and toddlers being raped.

While March’s defense attorneys are arguing for a lighter 15-year sentence, claiming that pedophile child pornography collectors like March aren’t the real problem, but rather it’s the “criminals with the cameras,” Prosecutor Becker discounted the notion.

“Despite years of sex offender treatment, March demonstrates little insight into his conduct and virtually no remorse for the harm he caused to the victims of his crimes… There is no tool available to this Court, short of incarceration, that could possibly protect the public from him… He will re-offend if the opportunity presents itself.”

March awaits his pedophile, child pornography sentencing this week from behind bars.

[Image by Washington Department of Corrections via SeattlePi.com]