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Sky News Paedophile Sting

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Post by justagrannynow 1 on 05.05.10 7:19

Did anyone else see this on yesterday evenings sky tv news ?

Arrest Follows Sky News Sex Grooming Probe

12:15am UK, Wednesday May 05, 2010

Andy Jack, Sky News Online
A 57-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of internet-related sexual offences after an investigation by Sky News.

Simon Beard, a youth consultant, has been questioned following a sting operation involving a pre-arranged meeting with a girl who had pretended to be 13.

Following the meeting in London, Sky News passed its information to police.

A police statement said: "A 57-year-old man has this evening been arrested on suspicion of internet-related sexual offences."

Police said colleagues in Northamptonshire made the arrest.

The man is in custody at a Northants police station and will be transferred to London later where detectives from the Metropolitan force will interview him.


When it was shown on tv it was reported that this man, a married father, has been working with children for 20 odd years. In his online contact with the undercover girl, aged 19 but pretending to be 13, he told her he had had sexual relations with six other girls. He exposed himself to her during their chats. The girl agreed to meet him and when he turned up the reporter and cameraman took over.
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