A former Labour councilor was handed a suspended sentence after being caught with over a million indecent images of children dating back to 2008 across dozens of devices police recovered from his home.
Former Exeter Labour councilor Roger Spackman, 50, worked at a secure children’s home when he started his immense collection of pedophilic images. One image included the sickening rape of a 12-year-old girl and 48 “extreme pornographic images involving an animal.”
The disgusting footage was found across 68 electronic devices recovered at his home. The images qualified across three categories: for serious category A images and others of category B and C–all contributing toward his conviction.