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Saturday 17 March 2012

Crewe man behind bars for downloading indecent images

Daniel Francis Tunney

A Crewe man who admitted sharing the most depraved and extreme indecent images of children has been sentenced to five years in prison.

Daniel Francis Tunney, 29, from Crewe was sentenced at Chester Crown Court on Thursday 15 March 2012 after pleading guilty to 22 charges of possessing, making and distributing indecent images and possessing extreme pornography.

He was also ordered to sign the Sex Offenders Register for life, be subject to a Sex Offenders Prevention Order for life and will be classed as a dangerous person under the criminal Justice Act 2003 in order to control his life to prevent re-offending. He has also been disqualified from working with children.

In May 2011 Cheshire Police′s Paedophile Unit discovered a man from Crewe was sharing indecent images via an online file sharing programme.

Tunney was arrested and a number of computers and digital media were seized by detectives.

They discovered a range of horrific and distressing images and videos depicting sickening abuse of children and animals.

DS Mark Fletcher from the Paedophile Unit said: "Tunney had traded the worst levels of abuse imagery with paedophiles all over the world and had actively made 14,000 child abuse images and videos available for other users.

"Tunney seemed to have an insatiable appetite to view and obtain the worst, most degrading and horrific images. Behind each of these images is a victim of an abhorrent crime. Cheshire Police′s Paedophile Unit are dedicated to working with other forces and agencies to stop the abuse of vulnerable children and bring to justice those who take part in this deplorable crime."

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