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    http://www.nationalcrimeagency.gov.u...d-for-38-years

    A depraved university academic has today been jailed for 32 years after admitting 137 ‘hurt core’ charges.

    Cambridge University graduate Dr Matthew Falder, who called himself ‘evilmind’ and ‘666devil’ during years of horrific online offending, closed his eyes as he was sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court.

    He was given a 32 year prison sentence with an extended period of six years on licence. He was also made the subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order and placed on the sex offenders' register.

    The geophysicist, 29, of Edgbaston, Birmingham, who is originally from Cheshire, admitted the huge number of counts – which included encouraging the rape of a four-year-old boy – after a tenacious National Crime Agency (NCA) investigation.

    Falder boasted that he would never be caught and said he did not care if his victims lived or died. He approached more than 300 people worldwide with 45 victims represented on the court indictment against him.
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    What are hurt core charges?
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    (Original post by Just my opinion)
    What are hurt core charges?
    Judging by the context of the article, I'd assume 'hurtcore' is something like finding sexual pleasure in seeing people tortured. His crimes seem to indicate that to be that case anyway.

    That sentence doesn't seem lengthy enough in my eyes.
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    (Original post by Just my opinion)
    What are hurt core charges?
    It's a form of pornography which involves torture, typically against children including babies.

    (Original post by MrDystopia)
    Judging by the context of the article, I'd assume 'hurtcore' is something like finding sexual pleasure in seeing people tortured. His crimes seem to indicate that to be that case anyway.

    That sentence doesn't seem lengthy enough in my eyes.
    People like that should never be released, they are pure evil.
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    [QUOTE=Ninja Squirrel;76191592]It's a form of pornography which involves torture, typically against children including babies.[QUOTE]

    Yikes.😱. You learn something new every day.

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    Why is the fact that he graduated from Cambridge relevant whatsoever?
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    (Original post by Just my opinion)

    Yikes.😱. You learn something new every day.

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    Some things you wish you never learn about, the world can be a seriously messed up place sometimes.

    (Original post by RedGiant)
    Why is the fact that he graduated from Cambridge relevant whatsoever?
    How often do you see oxbridge graduates committing the worst crimes imaginable? I included it because the article mentions it.
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    Damn. That truly is vile behavior.
    It even made the news out here in NZ and we're getting kicked by a cyclone...
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    well... he did not hurt anyone personally...
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    (Original post by simon_g)
    well... he did not hurt anyone personally...
    Are you for real?
 
 
 
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