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Derby student caught with animal porn and child abuse images
Jack Butler lost his place at university following his arrest
A 21-year-old was caught with sick child abuse images and movies showing people engaged in sex acts with animals.

Police came across the vile photographs and films when they raided the Derby home of Jack Butler.
Analysis of his MacBook uncovered all three categories of indecent images, the most serious of which typically show young children carrying out sex acts with adults.
Derby Crown Court heard how since his arrest in October last year Butler has lost his university place and relocated to Norwich.
But he was spared an immediate prison term after seeking out help from a specialist charity and being deemed at low risk of re-offending.
Handing him a 10-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, Judge Shaun Smith QC said: “I have read a lot about you in your pre-sentence report and it is right to say you are somebody who has never been in trouble before.
“But the fact is you made and kept these images and these images are not made up, there are real people and they are victims and they are being abused.
“To your credit, since you were arrested you have done everything you can to try and confront and get some explanation for what you have done.”
Lauren Butts, prosecuting, said police attended Butler’s then address in Stanley Street on October 23, 2018 as an internet (IP) address from the home had been linked to downloading child abuse images.
She said analysis of his MacBook uncovered 16 extreme pornographic images which showed humans and animals engaged in sexual activity.
Also found were 44 of the most serious category A indecent child images, 60 category B and 43 category C.
Miss Butts said: “It is fair to say the police got them because the defendant told them where they were.”
She did not reveal to the court the ages of the children involved.
Butler, now of Beechwood Drive, Thorpe St Andrew, Norwich, was arrested and pleaded guilty to four counts of possessing the illegal images.
Gareth Gimson, mitigating, said his client has lost his university place.
He said: “He is working with a charity called ‘Stop It Now’ and receiving counselling.
“His mum and dad sit in court and he knows he has brought an incredible amount of shame not just on himself but on them.”
As well as the suspended sentence, Judge Smith ordered Butler to sign the sex offender’s register for 10 years.
The judge also handed Butler a sexual harm prevention order restricting his computer and internet use.
And he ordered him to carry out 100 hours unpaid work and undertake 20 rehabilitation sessions with the probation service.

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