WND reports that according to St. Paul Pioneer Press on Dec. 27, 2016, two homosexual men — elementary-school teacher Aric Babbitt and his husband, Matthew Deyo — sexually abused eight underage boys since at least 2013.
Babbitt, 40, a teacher at Lincoln Center Elementary in South St. Paul, Minnesota since 2002, and Deyo, 36, came to the attention of local authorities on Aug. 14 after a 16-year-old former student of Babbitt’s revealed to his parents his “ongoing sexual relationship” with the two men.
The boy said Babbitt was his volunteer-work supervisor and had become his mentor when he came out to his parents as homosexual. Babbit gave him gifts of underwear and yoga shorts and requested images of the boy before he turned 16. The men asked to take him to a jazz concert but instead took him to a Minneapolis hotel where they provided him with alcohol, marijuana and had unprotected sex with the teen. He was told to “keep this our little secret.”
On August 16, in a search of the two men’s home, police collected a large amount of evidence of their crimes and clues that led to seven other victims, including photos and videos on phones, computers, media devices, and secret video from a camera hidden in a bathroom clock. Videos show Babbitt filming himself masturbating in a school bathroom, and in his empty classroom near a student’s desk.
On August 17, Babbitt was put on paid leave after news of the allegations became public.
The young victims described being plied with alcohol and marijuana at Babbitt’s and Deyo’s home, Babbitt’s family cabin and Deyo’s parents’ farm before “it got weird.” Text messages between the two men revealed the planning that went into their abuse of the boys:
- Referencing a boy staying overnight, Babbitt texted Deyo: “Make sure the alarm clock [containing the hidden camera] ends up somewhere good. I was going to surprise (boy victim) with hot tub … in case it improves chances of skinny dip.”
- In another text message, Deyo asked Babbitt, “Should I be expecting a scantily clad 40 yo and (victim) to give me some hugs and kisses this weekend? I just want to be able to hug and snuggle (victim) for a couple mins without (victim) feeling awkward.” Babbitt responded by texting, “You just need to grab him and make (victim) sit on your lap every once in awhile.”
Even as police were searching the pair’s home, Babbitt and Deyo were planning to flee the St. Paul area. On Aug. 16, the men drained their bank accounts, purchased $860 in camping gear on a credit card, and went on the run.
The two were found dead on Aug. 25 on a beach on Lopez Island in northwest Washington state, having died the previous day in a shotgun murder-suicide wherein Deyo killed Babbitt before turning the weapon on himself.
The two men left a note on the dashboard of their car describing their time on the run as the “vacation of a lifetime” which “brought great peace to end it on Lopez.”
In a suicide note mailed to Deyo’s parents, Babbitt and Deyo said that they were not the monsters characterized by some. Portraying themselves as victims of society’s intolerance, the two pedophiles said because the accusations against them were “too great to overcome,” they decided to “choose our own destinies rather than experience the embarrassment, ridicule, hatred and inevitable loss of freedom that the justice system would give.”
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