Queens Court Officer Guilty of 647 Counts of Owning Kiddie Porn

Former girls assistant basketball coach at city powerhouse sports program and Queens housing court officer, Kerbet “Kirby” Dixon, was convicted on 647 counts of owning child pornography.

Dixon was arrested in mid-March during a court case when law enforcement officials found that Dixon’s blog had a number of posts with kiddie porn. Dixon denied owning them, but police were able to track the posts to Dixon’s current address in Springfield Gardens, Queens.

“It’s hard for me to believe he didn’t have a hand in this in some way, the blog is breaking the law,” said Richard Buchter, Queens Supreme Court Justice.

The blog, whatwhatwhatwhat.com, was run by Mark Anderson, a freelance journalist. Anderson, a constant presence in Dixon’s trial, was absent during Dixon’s last hearing.

“I have five wonderful children and was married for 25 years,” said Dixon.  “I never ever hurt a child.  It is inconceivable to ever hurt a child. I never downloaded child porn. These charges are all false.”

The case began on June 28, 2011 when Dixon was arrested for allegedly raping his three nieces over a period of two years. The girls lived in the same Springfield Gardens neighborhood he lived in.

In one of the complaints Pauline Bonner Millings told detectives that Dixon abused her daughter, who was “between five and seven years old,” and that the abuse went on “not less than three months in duration.”

In another complaint, Dixon was charged with “sexual conduct, which included at least one act of sexual intercourse, oral sexual conduct, anal sexual conduct and aggravated sexual contact” with a girl who was 10, according to the mother Rohan Martin.

The third complaint against Dixon claims that he “did engage in sexual intercourse” with a girl who was 14 at the time of

The judge declared a mistrial on two of the victims’ cases due to a hung jury.

Dixon faces up to 25 years in prison, according to Kevin Ryan, a spokesman for the Queens District Attorney’s office. His sentencing will take place on April 9.

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