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« on: Thu 6 June, 2013 - 12:14 am »

A "depraved" paedophile has been sent to prison for sexual offending against his infant son.

A 27-year-old South Canterbury man was sentenced in the Oamaru District Court this afternoon to eight years 10 months imprisonment by Judge Joanna Maze for offending which will have a profound effect on his child.

The man sat motionless in the dock as he was sentenced on a raft of child exploitation charges, including two of sexual violation and indecent assault, and selling the use of his then 13-month-old son for sexual gratification for $500.

A minimum non-parole period of five years was imposed.

He was granted permanent name suppression to protect the identity of his victim, the charges also included eight of doing an indecent act and 15 of making, possessing and distributing objectionable material and breaching a restraining order. The child is in the care of his mother.

Judge Maze said the offender had offered pictures and videos of him exploiting his child in trade for photos of sexual offending against young girls. Between May and July last year he took images of him abusing his then 13-month-old son. Police found 815 objectionable images on his computer and 84 videos.

The offender admitted straight away to police his offending when questioned in July last year and later went back to Police and thanked them for saving his life. The offender also tried to take his own life before the charges were laid. He said he could not identify any triggers that had led to the offending against his child.

"You were the one person that he was entitled to think would protect him," Judge Joanna Maze said."How does a 13-month-old child protect himself? He can't, he can't even make a complaint.

"The harm to the victim is difficult to quantify. The big difficulty will be keeping your part in his life from him as he grows up. There will be distress when he discovers the truth."

He had traded his son like a commodity, she said.

"It is degrading and cruel. You created a trading commodity so you could get pornographic film back.''

Crown prosecutor Andrew McRae said the offending included recording by video and photographing his sexual offending against his son and using the internet to distribute the material.

The offender was given a three strike warning.

He was caught in a bust of a North Island paedophile sting involving Aaron John Ellmers at the start of the year after New Zealand police infiltrated an international "spider web" of child abusers. 

Ellmers offered $500 for sexual gratification with the then 12-month old child and had flown across the country to abuse the boy but was arrested before he had the chance.



and he's the baby's father
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« Reply #1 on: Thu 6 June, 2013 - 10:12 am »

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« Reply #2 on: Thu 6 June, 2013 - 10:22 am »

preventive detention forever
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« Reply #3 on: Thu 6 June, 2013 - 11:21 am »

preventive detention forever

A bullet coud do that.
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« Reply #4 on: Thu 6 June, 2013 - 07:31 pm »

What the f**king hell do you have to do in this country to actually get a proper sentence, is this not worthy of at the very least being kept away from society forever because if it isn't then I'd like to hear from these judges we f**king employ what it would take, I'd like them to give an example of a fictitious case where they would use all their powers and impose the highest possible punishment. 
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