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‘Father’ in council adoption ad is rapist
"Convicted ... DM in adoption advert
A MAN who posed as a father in a council adoption ad is a rapist, The Sun can reveal.
DM, who got a four-year jail term, fronted an online campaign.
A source told The Sun: “It’s outrageous a rapist is used for this. He also featured in a local paper ad.
“You can hardly get someone more inappropriate to be the face of a happy family"."
Monday, December 03, 2012
A PAEDOPHILE [sic] breached the terms of his sexual offences order after repeatedly staying over at the home of a woman he met on an internet dating site.
"In April 2009 JT was jailed for 12 months after he admitted taking pictures of two young girls getting changed in a supermarket."
"He was released from prison in November 2009 and the following year, in October 2010, he started a relationship with a Llanelli mum-of-two and went on to stay at her home a total of 37 times within one year.
He is only allowed to stay at a house which is not his address seven times a year under the terms of his release."
"John Lloyd, prosecuting at Swansea Crown Court, said T, Llanelli, and the woman, who cannot be identified, had a "happy" relationship."
"He later pleaded guilty to breaching the conditions of his licence by possessing a camera, staying at the woman's house and lying to the police."
John Allchurch, representing T, 38, said: "All that happened here is that the defendant has had what amounts to a normal relationship with an adult female. "He hasn't committed any further offences other than the breach of the order," Mr Allchurch added.
He said the relationship had "flourished" during the time the couple were together.
"He provided love, attention and care for her. He also provided practical help to her," said Mr Allchurch.
Her statement to police read: "J meant the world to me, he was kind, caring and very loving."
Mr Allchurch said: "The only motive he had was to have a relationship. The reason he didn't tell her was that he couldn't bring himself to tell her about his background and his previous convictions. He was concerned she would realise everything wasn't what she thought it was."
He said T's former partner "hadn't abandoned him" since his arrest for these latest matters and had written 20 letters to him.
Judge Paul Thomas said T had shown a "willful disregard" for the order and that the breaches had been "deliberate and persistent" [STFU, wiggy].
He added that T had misled police and placed children at risk [sic] because "you're incapable of exercising restraint in these matters [STFU, wiggy]".
T was sentenced to nine months in prison and told he would now be subject to a Sexual Offences Prevention Order and have to sign the Sex Offenders Register for 10 years."