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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

BBC Journalist Caught With Kiddy Porn



Pervert Lloyd Watson, 33, of Bishops Park Road in Gateshead, worked at the Corporation's studios on Barrack Road, Newcastle.

Newcastle Crown Court heard that the deviant's computer contained 26 video and 10 image files showing children suffering horrific sexual abuse. They also uncovered a file called "confessions.text" in which Watson denied doing anything wrong.

The document started: "I start by saying, let me explain, I have done nothing wrong.

"Damage has been done. It's the people who made the material that should be hunted down. They're the ones putting these kids through this.

"I'm not condoning it, nor am I helping it".

Watson pleaded guilty to three counts of making indecent images of children, some of which he had retrieved from the so-called "dark web".

Judge Amanda Rippon branded him "grotesque" as she handed down a sentence of nine months imprisonment, suspended for two years.

The Judge said: "Every single child you have watched being abused on a film you have personally abused by watching it.

"Their humiliation is completed because you have watched it and gained whatever sexual gratification you have got from it. You have abused them personally, if not from contact, you have abused them by watching it."

In addition to his suspended prison sentence, Watson will appear on the Sex Offenders' Register for 10 years and will be subject to a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for 15 years.

A BBC statement said: "He will no longer be working for the BBC.

"His crimes are entirely unrelated to his work for us."

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1 comment:

Chris_2812 said...

What the hell is wrong with these people at the BBC?! Are they so unsattisfied by their work that they have to find ways to get off?! This guy is beyond stupid. He downloads these files and then makes a text file saying he is innocent, yet he DOWNLOADED. THESE. FILES. Like I said, BEYOND STUPID.