Dawid Rozycki was using the social network site, Grindr (an app that allows the LGTBBQ to meet), to meet young boys.
He thought he was talking to a 15-year-old kid but instead, as he went to meet the would-be victim in person, was met by members of an organization known as “Dark Justice”.
Despite explicitly being told the kid’s age, he still wanted to meet the young man and even went as far as to ask for nude photographs of the what he thought was a 15-year-old boy.
When Dark Justice, again posing as the boy, refused the request, Rozycki sent pictures of his own junk instead.
Dark Justice is a two-man operation that started in 2014. They are specifically a pedophile vigilante who claims to have snare dozens (40+) perverts for law enforcement.
The Duo, thus far, remains anonymous. They set up fake profiles of children online and are soon approached by online predators who they begin chatting with.
One anonymous Dark Justice member told Sun Online: “We’ve done three in one day, so you just never know how it goes.
“A lot of them will wanna talk [before meeting] – a guy we caught the other day I’d been talking to for nine months.
“He talked to this girl just after she turned 13 to just after she turned 14 – over a nine-month period.
“But some of them have been a couple of hours – it depends how eager they are or how desperate they are.”
As reported by Daily Mail:
Despite again being told the teenager’s age, the pervert arranged to meet the boy near Chicken Cottage, in China Town, in Newcastle City Centre, but was instead confronted by members of Dark Justice. It is not suggested the fast food outlet had any connections with Rozycki or his actions.
Now, Rozycki, of Clifton Avenue, Billingham, in Teesside, is facing a jail sentence after he pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to meet a boy under 16 following grooming.
During a hearing at North Tyneside Magistrates’ Court, prosecutor Laura Lax said the co-owner of Dark Justice set-up the fake profile of a 15-year-old boy on Grindr on May 24 this year.
Rozycki first contacted the boy by sending a message saying ‘Hey’ and a conversation started.