PUBLISHED: 09:42, 14 September 2013 | UPDATED: 11:52, 14 September 2013
Outrage [persecution] after BBC helps paedophile [sic] find a luxury home in Escape [sic] To The Country so he can become an alpaca farmer
>Presenter Jonnie Irwin helped child abuser D R find a house
>He was charged with the crimes before filming, but didn't tell the BBC
>Former university administrator R has been jailed for 30 months
The BBC programme Escape To The Country helped a paedophile [sic] find a luxury home with enough land to keep alpacas, it has emerged.
D R, 41, featured on the BBC Two programme and was helped by presenter Jonnie Irwin to find a lavish home in South Wales so he and his wife Kasia could start afresh.
R, a former university administrator from south-east London, hid his sick crimes from programme producers.
Complaints: Outraged viewers voiced their disgust after the programme featuring R (above) was aired on Wednesday at 3pm
Audacious: Father-of-one R demanded a four-bedroom house with period features with at least 15 acres of land overlooking the Welsh valleys."
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Ah well, at least in the past, it would have been because he was 'of colour' - some 'progress', for the Daily Mail et al.