Child pornographer used eBay to find customers

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A man has admitted using eBay to build a customer network for his child pornography business. He used “low-level material” to attract buyers, and then offered them explicit images from his own extensive collection. Blackfriars Crown Court heard Giles Forbes, aged 41, admit three counts of distributing child pornography. The prosecution said that Forbes’ personal store of images almost filled his home. He was convicted of similar offenses in 1992, 1994 and 1999.

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  1. what??!
    Why was this man not locked up previously (like forever)?
    Bring back captial punishment I say, no in fact, he should be thrown in prison with nonce tattooed on his head!



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