RAF serviceman Andrew Kerr was discharged after inciting a woman online to 'crush' her baby for cash

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Dear Ministry of Defence,

According to the UK database, ex-seviceman Andrew Kerr was discharged from the RAF in November 2019 for inciting a woman online to abuse her baby for his sick kicks:


He was also found to have a sickening stash of child abuse images, attempted to incite another woman to perform a twisted act, and claimed to be a stuntman.

1. On what date did you become aware of the allegations made against Kerr referred to in the Facebook post above?

2. Did Kerr face any military disciplinary panel? If so, what was the outcome.

3. How many personnel were discharged from the RAF in 2019/20?

4. How many of them were discharged in respect of their sexual activities/crimes?

Yours faithfully,

J Roberts

Air-DRes Sec-ParliBusiness (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

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Dear J Roberts,


Attached is a response to your Freedom of Information request of 20 July


Yours sincerely


HQ air Command Secretariat


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Gemma McFee, 'was sentenced to 200 hours community service, placed on a restriction of liberty order for eight months, and under social work supervision for three years.'


She wanted cash for a holiday.

'The babies were just 16-months-old when McFee sat on the bodies of the children and the head of one of them until they became "extremely distressed, crying out and attempting to escape from underneath her."'