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UK: Shanklin sex offender had cartoon-porn depicting child sex abuse

[countypress.co.uk – 4/4/21]

A REGISTERED sex offender who had cartoon-pornography depicting child abuse on his hard drive has appeared in court.

Hilary _______, 79, of Grange Road, Shanklin, appeared before the Isle of Wight Crown Court on Thursday.

At a previous hearing at the Isle of Wight Magistrates’ Court on February 9, he admitted possession of a prohibited image of a child.

Prosecutor, Kelly Brocklehurst, told the court Hilary _______,’ case was an unusual one, in that the images found were cartoon-like ­— pseudo images.

He said Hilary _______,, subject to an indefinite sexual harm prevention order since 2016, was not permitted to use a device capable of accessing the internet unless inspected by police.

Mr Brocklehurst said 15 images were found on a hard disk drive belonging to Hilary _______,.

He said no one else had access to it, he did not recall downloading them, but said they may have been part of a bulk download.

Mr Brocklehurst said Hilary _______ admitted to police he had occasional sexual fantasies involving children, but knew the difference between fantasy and real life.

Hilary _______, representing himself, told the court the images had been buried inside a game.

He said it was one of as many as 100 games, and the directory was created in 2015 ­— before he was sentenced for making indecent images of a child.

He said he had no idea the images were there ­— the computer was returned to him by police and he was under the impression there was nothing prohibited on it.

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This article as it serves as a warning that even though police inspect and return your electronics you could still be charged with a crime much later for something on that device. Also, don’t assume CP not involving actual people won’t end you up in prison.

Very true. There is a case in Michigan where an inmate who is a pretty good artist was found to have pictures of children in pornographic poses and acts that he drew. He was charged and convicted for CP.

Shall we redefine the term child porno now that King George has a database?

My God, what a joke. How do they define cartoon images of children? I mean, what if it’s Boss Baby gettin’ it on with the Powder Puff Girls? How do we know how old they actually are? Maybe they look young for their age. And I love that the ad at the bottom of the article is for a video game based on Loony Tunes cartoon characters. No doubt, the game is embedded with tantalizing imagery of cartoon children engaged in cartoon sex with Bugs Bunny, Wile E, Coyote and that obvious sexual deviant, Elmer Fudd. And let’s not forget… Read more »

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I guess I’ll need to destroy my pictures of Jessica Rabbit since I have not verified her age. Especially since nudity is not a requirement for pornography. Her version of Patty-Cake with Rodger Rabbit is clearly sexual.

Will childbirth become illegal because babies are born naked?

Actually, the police want to talk to you about this. You mentioned the words “naked” and “babies” which means you created images of naked children aka child pornography in your head and the heads of those who read your words. Oh shit, now I did it, too!

BRB – Someone’s pounding on my front door.

It boggles the mind how drawn cp can ever be considered a crime. Cp is illegal because there’s a victim, but where is the victim in a case like this?

And where do they draw the line, pardon the pun? What if it’s abstract impressionist kinda stuff where you gotta tilt your head and squint to see what they tell you it is? Or does it have to be photo realism to qualify as CP? For the sake of discussion, imagine a person drew two stick people making boom boom and we agree that it is pornography. If someone then drew numbers and arrows to indicate that their ages are under 18, would that become criminal CP production? Imagine the snickers as the DA holds that image up to the… Read more »

You stole my idea! 🙂

Well… The whole “victim” element on paper seems logical, in reality, it is extremely easy to go too far. One case comes to mind in the United States where a teenage boy took a picture of himself with an erection and sent it to his girlfriend who was also under eighteen. Unfortunately someone found out and reported it to the police and the boy was under investigation for production, distribution, and possession of CP (of himself). As if that wasn’t bad enough his face wasn’t visible in the picture so the cops had the genius idea to go to a… Read more »

I remember that case about the kid they were going to force to have an erection and the utter disgust I felt at what they put him through. How do so many people go along with this criminal nonsense with impunity? Just want to rip my hair out when I read about such insane government overreach. Are they all taking crazy pills!? Anyway, I did a little research and I’m happy to say the case against this kid was dismissed and I hope to God he won a massive lawsuit. The cop involved, a deeply disturbed individual, capped off his… Read more »

I thought the Supreme Court decided that possession of cartoons constituted a thought crime only, because there is no victim?

You don’t see this kind if foolishness in non-registry countries. The insanity is unreal. If the hackers in the world really wanted to ruin the US political system, forget about election fraud, now all they would have to do is plant some cartoon CP on every target incumbent and notify the proper authorities.

We are settings ourselves up to be the undisputed laughingstock of the world, if that hasn’t already happened.

Would the episode of Everybody Loves Raymond, where Marie sculpts something that resembles part of the female body? Might as well ban Family Guy and The Simpsons when characters say a little some, some or get some action.

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