British paedophile Matthew Sammon arrested, extradited and sentenced


Sammon was originally arrested at his home in Croydon, south London, in 2014, but jumped bail while police examined his computers.  He must serve half his and will be free in around a year, as he served three months in custody after his extradition from Spain. He had three previous convictions and had stopped offending, but started again when he lost his job and home and suffered depression. When he was arrested, Sammon had so many images he ran out of space on his computer and had to store them on CDs and memory sticks. The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children said: “From the severity of the images found in his possession it’s clear that Sammon’s depravity knows no bounds. By running from his crimes he hoped to evade justice but this case shows there is no place to hide and he’s now rightly behind bars.”


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