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http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/magistrate_s_extreme_porn_collection_included_animal_sex_images_1_3131732

A SOUTH Yorkshire magistrate has been caught in possession of hundreds of “repugnant” extreme porn photos and videos - some showing women engaged in sexual activity with animals.

School governor Michael Hall, aged 46, downloaded the vile images to his laptop computer.

His sick collection - 230 photographs and 150 videos - was discovered when police raided his semi-detached home in September last year.

Some showed women engaging in acts with horses, a donkey, dogs, a gerbil, a frog and a live snake.

Officers acted on a tip-off after discovering the magistrate, whose online activity had raised concerns, had an account on a file-sharing website. Hall, of Foxland Avenue, Swinton, Rotherham, pleaded guilty at court to 21 specimen counts of possession of extreme pornography.

He was sentenced to a three-year community order which requires him to spend 144 days completing a programme for sex offenders.

Hall’s case was heard at Leeds Magistrates’ Court in West Yorkshire, rather than in South Yorkshire, where he would be well-known in judicial circles.

Hall was serving as a magistrate in Rotherham when his crimes were detected.

I thought this might amuse TMT.

Not quite sure what use a frog would be a sexual aid!

I wonder who he upset to get grassed on?

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http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/local/magistrate_s_extreme_porn_collection_included_animal_sex_images_1_3131732

I thought this might amuse TMT.

Not quite sure what use a frog would be a sexual aid!

I wonder who he upset to get grassed on?

No, it does not amuse me. It repulses me to be perfectly frank.

When I first got into IT back in the very early days of the Internet I had a colleague in a City investment bank whose job was to view the cache of the Proxy server - in those days there was just one - to see what the staff were viewing. This was before the days of technology to block certain sites, etc.

He basically ended up seeing lots of porn. He insisted on showing us one image - which is probably quite tame by the standards of this article - which has sadly stayed in my memory ever since.

I vowed that day that I would never again look at another image that anyone asks me to look at if it is at all porn related.

I get really p*ssed off when people have disturbing images on general websites/blogs or some idiot posts something to a forum.

I have also noticed that you have to be careful viewing google images now as some sick feckers have now started posting horrific images but giving them harmless tags so that the images crop up in the most unexpected places. I was doing a harmless google image search for some celebrity a few weeks back and someone had put up the most awful images of a human head.

It is hard to get these images out of your mind. They come back years later when something sparks the memory. A kind of PTSD.

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No, it does not amuse me. It repulses me to be perfectly frank.

When I first got into IT back in the very early days of the Internet I had a colleague in a City investment bank whose job was to view the cache of the Proxy server - in those days there was just one - to see what the staff were viewing. This was before the days of technology to block certain sites, etc.

He basically ended up seeing lots of porn. He insisted on showing us one image - which is probably quite tame by the standards of this article - which has sadly stayed in my memory ever since.

I vowed that day that I would never again look at another image that anyone asks me to look at if it is at all porn related.

I get really p*ssed off when people have disturbing images on general websites/blogs or some idiot posts something to a forum.

I have also noticed that you have to be careful viewing google images now as some sick feckers have now started posting horrific images but giving them harmless tags so that the images crop up in the most unexpected places. I was doing a harmless google image search for some celebrity a few weeks back and someone had put up the most awful images of a human head.

It is hard to get these images out of your mind. They come back years later when something sparks the memory. A kind of PTSD.

Are you talking goatse here?

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A man in a grey overcoat

attempted to bugger a goat.

But his groin took a whack

when the creature kicked back,

and he now has a very sore scrote.

:)

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I'm quite fond of watching women having sex with frogs.

Just watch practically any French film and you're guaranteed a bit of it. Well worth wading through 2 hours of sub-titled tosh for.

Except The Red Balloon of course (although there was an amusing adult cartoon version of it made by animator Bob Godfrey).

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who hasn't seen Animal Farm? it's a great film to watch in bewilderment.

I had a few mates join the local territorials and one of the joining rituals is they were lent the "training videos" which included Animal Farm. I thought it was a bit distasteful at the time but no more than that, and having heard what was in it declined the offer to borrow it.

If that was found out by a tabloid journalist today it would make the front page and be talked about as a national scandal. Just having a copy would get you on the front page of your local paper. Some things have got rather out of proportion.

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I had a few mates join the local territorials and one of the joining rituals is they were lent the "training videos" which included Animal Farm. I thought it was a bit distasteful at the time but no more than that, and having heard what was in it declined the offer to borrow it.

If that was found out by a tabloid journalist today it would make the front page and be talked about as a national scandal. Just having a copy would get you on the front page of your local paper. Some things have got rather out of proportion.

It's not to my taste either but I do feel sorry for this guy having his name spalshed across the media when he hasn't actually harmed anyone. I think the exercise in gigantic gratuitous public humiliation is more disturbing than what he did.

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I had a few mates join the local territorials and one of the joining rituals is they were lent the "training videos" which included Animal Farm. I thought it was a bit distasteful at the time but no more than that, and having heard what was in it declined the offer to borrow it.

If that was found out by a tabloid journalist today it would make the front page and be talked about as a national scandal. Just having a copy would get you on the front page of your local paper. Some things have got rather out of proportion.

It's all gone 'Orwellian' excuse the pun.

I saw it in the classroom environment much like your mates. As a group of lads we all felt uncomfortable being subject to the film and one recruit - young lad told the NCO he was a sick 'expletive' ordinarily he'd have been frogmarched to the SSM for back chat however this time the NCO went bright red saying nothing.

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Officers acted on a tip-off after discovering the magistrate, whose online activity had raised concerns, had an account on a file-sharing website.

That was the disturbing bit.

He might have strange cinema tastes and be a sad old perv with mental problems, but he's not actually harmed anybody.

Poor animals must be mentally scarred for life though, after being forced to shag some old boiler.

Nice to know the internet police are on duty, keeping us safe.

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If everyone who has ever seen a shocking video on the Internet over the last twenty years was put in jail, we would have to put a wall around the coast.

Too true. There was a film on a Sky channel the other day that I only saw about 15 minutes of an I nearly threw up - the human centipede or something it was called, absolutely the most disgusting thing I've ever seen, and that was just on telly.

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Too true. There was a film on a Sky channel the other day that I only saw about 15 minutes of an I nearly threw up - the human centipede or something it was called, absolutely the most disgusting thing I've ever seen, and that was just on telly.

Ah, that's Hollywood though, so that's OK. Thing is, I believe the wording of the most recent sexual offences act is such that if you kept a still from that movie for, ahem, personal perusal, that would then constitute an indecent image - possession of which could have you signing the register for the rest of your natural.

But anyway Bogbrush, if enough people are reviled by this stuff then nobody will pay to see it and then nobody will produce it. Or something like that anyway.

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Ah, that's Hollywood though, so that's OK. Thing is, I believe the wording of the most recent sexual offences act is such that if you kept a still from that movie for, ahem, personal perusal, that would then constitute an indecent image - possession of which could have you signing the register for the rest of your natural.

But anyway Bogbrush, if enough people are reviled by this stuff then nobody will pay to see it and then nobody will produce it. Or something like that anyway.

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No, the issue isn't how many are reviled but whether enough people want to watch it. If they do, then they will.

So long as I'm not forced to watch it, and nobody is forced to participate in making it, then it's ok. My personal opinion that it's apalling shouldn't dictate what other people do.

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