You do realise that there will probably be multiple threads about this because you haven't given any clues to what it is in the title?
Thats quite a narrow purview but one I can agree with. Which part of they are children doesn't seem to resonate with these people.What are they really thinking when looking at an immature undeveloped CHILD and don't get me started on the enablers that assist these degenerates.Because they are depraved and disgusting individuals who think that they are untouchable.
Kiddy fiddlers should be hung.
I never had anything to do with it, but I think that the Armed Forces Act 2006 (which replaced the individual service acts) allows jurisdiction for military offences to the military authorities (Courts Martial or summary disposal by a commanding officer). There is also provision for service civilians in some circumstances.Good question. I'm not sure what the RMP's policy in this is. We have some on the board, though, (I think) so it'd be interesting to see their answers.
In the report it says he "was nabbed after his internet provider alerted the National Crime Agency."Serious question.
He did it at the barracks.
Would there have been a consideration-of-CM, or would the RMP have just handed the details over to civvie plod?
Things have probably changed, but Hamilton's stuff was once freely available in the art and photography section of Waterstones and the like. It was art, see.The fact it was multiple images, over such a considerable length of time, shows it wasn't a 'oops, made a mistake there' scenario.
A few years back, I was looking for a book...
I downloaded it from a pirate site. But it wasn't IT.
It was another book called Age of Innocence.
"... a 1995 photography and poetry book by David Hamilton. The book contains images of early-teen girls, often nude, accompanied by lyrical poetry.
The New York Times described the book as "the essence of icky. The author could certainly be considered a dirty old man."
I felt sick, and deleted it.
But if the internet gestapo had got busy, could I have claimed 'honest mistake, guv'?
I suppose that it's quite easy to get away with if one takes some precautions like not downloading on one's work computer and not leaving dodgy images on a laptop that one sends in for repair.why do they do it - and think they won't be noticed?