Barry O'Dare also had more than 1, photos of bestiality on his computer, including images of people have sex with dead chickens. A man who downloaded tens of thousands of pictures of children being sexually abused told police who came to his door with a search warrant "I know what you are here about". Barry O'Dare amassed more than 39, indecent photographs over a nine-year period, with some of the victims in the photos being as young as three years old. The defendant also had more than 1, images of so-called extreme pornography on his computer featuring people have sex with a range of animals including dogs, cows, fish and dead chickens. Read more: See the latest cases from courts around Wales. Cardiff Crown Court heard that acting on intelligence, police executed a search warrant at year-old O'Dare's house in Culverhouse Cross in the Vale of Glamorgan in September last year. Nik Strobl, prosecuting, said when officers explained why they were there and cautioned the defendant, he replied: "Yes, I know what you are here for.
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A retired Catholic priest, with a past history of sex abuse against children, has been jailed for a year after disturbing illustrations of children being abused by adults and other children were found on a CD at his home. Adrian Van Klooster, 75, was already a reportable sex offender and on the national paedophile register after being jailed for eight years in for the abuse of a group of children who were staying overnight at his parish house in Australind. The court was told that after failing to notify authorities about his internet use on a Twitter account — a condition of his reportable offender status — police raided his house, and found the CD. On it were two detailed illustrated stories depicting incest and sexual abuse, which Van Klooster claimed he had downloaded to help him understand incest which had occurred in his own family as a child. Dutch-born van Klooster, who had previously worked in NSW, was charged with 12 counts of indecently dealing with a child under 13, four of indecently recording a child under 13 and one of possessing child pornography. The charges involved him sliding around on the floor naked with the children, in olive oil and shampoo, and taking photographs of the children. He also took 37 images after placing the naked children on a photocopy machine. The judge then said van Klooster was an alcoholic whose quest for intimacy had not been, and could not have been, fulfilled in the priesthood.
Drawings of child sex abuse to be illegal
A judicial panel on Tuesday, July 3 issued an opinion to uphold the conviction of Christopher John Czarnik, 45 on a charge of production of child sexually abusive material. Czarnik already was serving a prison sentence for a child pornography conviction out of Lenawee County when a corrections officer found a drawing on him that showed a young girl involved in a sex act with a man. The officer also discovered a hand-written story about a 6-year-old child having sex with adults. Authorities later seized 10 hand-drawn pictures of a similar nature from Czarnik's cell and 16 writings. He was sentenced to seven additional years in prison in December , but later appealed the case. Czarnik argued that his drawings were of a fictional child "Becky" and not depicting a real person. But the Appeals Court judges said it did not matter.
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