#AceNewsReport – Feb.08: Investigators from the National Crime Agency arrested Mark James Dale, aged 45, at his home in Market Place, Romford, in July last year after linking Dale’s laptop to a known paedophile forum: Dale, who has previous convictions for child sexual abuse offences, frequented chat rooms such as ‘tweenfanisland’ and searched for abuse material online using TOR software: On his arrest, he told officers that he wanted them to take over his account, declaring “you know I’ve been on the dark web, close it down.” A laptop and tablet seized were found to contain 14,222 indecent images and videos of children – ranging from category A, the most serious, to C………..Dale was convicted in 2011 and 2019 for similar offences, and was bound to strict rules under a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO).
#Paedophile who visited ‘tween’ chatroom facing further jail time
These included registering any digital devices with the Metropolitan Police Service: Today at Barkingside Magistrates Court, he pleaded guilty to six counts of making indecent images of children: He will be sentenced for all charges, including breaching his SHPO, on 15 February at Snaresbrook Crown Court:
NCA Operations Manager Martin Ludlow said: “Every image or video Dale downloaded and viewed depicts a child being exploited: “ This is an individual with a history of committing child sexual abuse offences. His willingness to continue with his behaviour, and use of the dark web to try and circumvent those who were monitoring him, shows a total disregard for victims, and the seriousness of his crimes: “ Working with colleagues from the Metropolitan Police, we will continue to do everything we can to ensure those who pose a risk to children are brought to justice.”
#AceNewsDesk report ………….Published: Feb.08: 2021:
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