Pervert had ‘worst’ catalogue of child torture images police had ever seen
A pervert who was found with a catalogue of 105,000 horrific images of children being tortured and sexually attacked has been jailed for 27 months.
Officers and lawyers involved in the case of Stephen Mark Lord, 51, said the cache of images – which include an 18 month old baby being tortured – were the worst they had ever seen.
Lord downloaded the images on various devices at his bungalow on Latimer Drive, New Longton.
When police raided the property last September he tried to say he had viewed the images out of “morbid curiousity.”
However an in depth probe revealed he had used specific... read more
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