A Watford man pleaded guilty on Friday to arranging child pornography and to possessing more than 75,000 child sex abuse images. Paul Jackson, 65, was charged with a range of offences dating from November 2005 to May this year. Jackson, of Essex Road, appeared at St Albans crown court via a video link from Bedford jail. He pleaded guilty to 26 charges: one of arranging child pornography between November 6 2005 and January 10 2006, seven of distributing Category C images of a child between 2007 and 2013, six of making (downloading) indecent images of a child in the form of movies, four of possessing indecent images, two of possessing prohibited images of a child, three of possessing extreme pornography, three of possessing indecent printed images of children. The case was not opened by the prosecution. Judge Andrew Bright QC adjourned sentence until 16 October for reports to be prepared. He remanded Jackson in custody.
Watford man pleads guilty to possessing indecent images
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