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Byline: By Lisa Jones South Wales Echo The South Wales Echo is a daily newspaper distributed in south Wales. It was founded in 1884 and is based in Thomson House, Cardiff city centre. It is published daily, in a tabloid form, by Media Wales Ltd (formerly Western Mail & Echo Ltd), part of the Trinity Mirror group.  

A paedophile paedophile or US pedophile
Noun

a person who is sexually attracted to children

Noun 1. paedophile - an adult who is sexually attracted to children
pedophile
 was brought to justice after his mobile phone, containing images of child porn, was found in a city street. It led police to the door of convicted sex offender sex offender n. generic term for all persons convicted of crimes involving sex, including rape, molestation, sexual harassment and pornography production or distribution.  Martin McCullough. They uncovered a stash stash Drug slang noun A place where illicit drugs are hidden  of other props he used to feed his fantasies.

He was jailed indefinitely at Cardiff Crown Court Cardiff Crown Court is a historic building situated in Cardiff's Civic Centre, Cathays Park.  after pleading guilty to 18 charges of making indecent images of children and three of possessing indecent images of children, between 2001 and 2007.

A search of his home in Cowbridge Road East Cowbridge Road East (Welsh: Heol y Bontfaen Dwyrain) is a major road in western-central Cardiff the capital of Wales It is the principal road which passes through the busy district of Canton and connects Cowbridge Road West in the western districts to central Cardiff. , Canton, Cardiff, unearthed Unearthed is the name of a Triple J project to find and "dig up" (hence the name) hidden talent in regional Australia.

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 laminated newspaper cuttings of child murder cases.

There were also framed photographs of children unknown to him and a packet of baby wet wipes, covered in Christmas wrapping paper, with a gift tag attached and made out to a fictitious child.

Laurence Jones, prosecuting, said the 30-year-old amassed a total of 929 printed and digital images of children and babies along with 35 DVDs.

The court heard McCullough was convicted of indecently assaulting a three-year-old girl and taking indecent photographs of her in 2000 and jailed for three years.

Peter Harding Roberts, defending, said McCullough had "made a conscious decision to deal with his unnatural urges via the internet rather than seek out a child" since his release from prison in 2001.

Judge Neil Bidder, QC, said: "There are features of this investigation which cause me great concern. You had put into frames photos of young girls as though they were part of your family."

The judge added: "The expressions on the faces of the children is all too obvious. You present a significant risk to members of the public, specifically to young girls."

McCullough was given a minimum term of four years. Accounting for time spent on remand, he will be eligible for parole in just over a year's time, but will not be released until he no longer presents a danger to the public.
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Date:Aug 16, 2007
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