The Internet is meant for this

To annihilate all sickos like these people:

Police smash paedophile ring
By David Barrett, PA Home Affairs Correspondent
Published: 19 June 2007

Police have rescued at least 15 British children from horrific sex abuse after launching an audacious “sting” on a UK-based paedophile ring, it was announced yesterday.

The kingpin of the vile internet chatroom – where perverts queued up to download images of children being raped – was handed a jail sentence which could see him stay behind bars for the rest of his life.

Suffolk-based brewer Timothy David Martin Cox was handed an indeterminate sentence at Ipswich Crown Court after one of the biggest ever crackdowns on online child abusers.

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Posted on 19 June, 2007 under Life in reality, Web traversing


  1. Gallivanter says:

    Yikes, I’m glad the paedophile idiots are caught, hopefully they are SEVERELY tortured when they go behind bars…blech…

    Anyway, internet is also mean for bloggers to meet up every now and again, so come join me at the KK Bloggers Meet next month ya? πŸ˜›

    1. Lorna says:

      My heart bleeds for the victimised children… may the paed*s suffer a million times more than they deserve and burn in hell and earth a gazillion fold.

      I’m keeping an eye on the attendees’ list, and when I see someone I know who’s gonna attend, it’s almost 200% guaranteed that I’ll be coming (shy lah) πŸ™‚ Don’t worry, I’ll do my best πŸ˜‰

  2. papajoneh says:

    Cilaka them. They deserved to be caned[rotan] like hundred times and yes, burned… nah kau meradang dis!!!

    I’m watching the list too. But I think I can come. You in my Sabahan bloggers list … but I think you deserved it anyway πŸ˜‰

  3. alanbernard says:

    Damn… and I thought Paris Hilton’s sex scandal would keep the perverts entertained for a long time… these people sure move on real fast, don’t they? Why can’t they just stick to blogging?

  4. Tsewang says:

    i guess they deserved it. but more importantly, hopefully they won’t do it again.

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