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BBC producer and 'mastermind' of Sport Relief walks free after downloading 1,410 images of 'extreme child pornography'

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BBC producer and 'mastermind' of Sport Relief walks free after downloading 1,410 images of 'extreme child pornography'

Post by Tony Bennett on 23.12.09 8:13

Martyn Smith got a 32-week [just over 7 months] suspended jail sentence for his crime. He'd earlier been arrested and remanded in custory:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23772590-ex-bbc-producer-jailed-over-child-porn.do

The 'Daily Telegraph' article on the case refers to Smith being 'highly regarded' during his 19-year career as a BBC producer:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/6859828/Former-sports-producer-escapes-jail-for-child-porn-offences.html

The only additional comment I would make is that I would change the phrase 'extreme child pornography' to 'extreme child cruelty':

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Former sports producer escapes jail for child porn offences
Telegraph.co.uk - ‎Dec 21, 2009‎
A former BBC sports producer narrowly escaped jail today for downloading "quite unspeakable" child porn. Martyn Smith, 44, who worked on the Sport Relief ... BBC charity boss spared jail over online child porn

This is London - ‎21 hours ago‎
A former BBC producer who had "depraved" fantasies about abusing children has escaped jail despite downloading extreme child pornography. ... Abuse shame of ex-BBC producer

Metro - ‎22 hours ago‎
A former BBC sports producer avoided jail yesterday after downloading 'quite unspeakable' child abuse images. Martyn Smith, who worked on the Sport Relief ...
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Post by Autumn on 24.12.09 13:37

Yet people distributing a few leaflets (based on facts in the police files), in the hope of finding out what happened to a missing child are the ones branded 'sickos' - crazy world.

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Post by vaguely on 24.12.09 13:40

@Autumn wrote:Yet people distributing a few leaflets (based on facts in the police files), in the hope of finding out what happened to a missing child are the ones branded 'sickos' - crazy world.

'based on facts' is probably the issue. Had they of distributed the actual police files then perhaps there would be no issue.

ETA, what has that got to do with the OP?

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