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The Foreigner Psychologist arrested in police paedophile swoop. Police have arrested a psychologist in Rogaland with what could be Norway’s largest-ever collection of material showing child sex abuse. Acording to police, several hundred thousand pictures and over a thousand hours of video were found on the man’s PC after his arrest last month at a children’s festival in Haugesund The psychologist, who has extensive experience in working with children, was taken into custody after a tip-off from Interpol in Germany, which continually monitors file-sharing networks popular with paedophiles.

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Psychologist arrested in police paedophile swoop

Published on Monday, 1st November, 2010 at 13:54 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 1st November 2010 at 14:55.

Police have arrested a psychologist in Rogaland with what could be Norway’s largest-ever collection of material showing child sex abuse.



Acording to police, several hundred thousand pictures and over a thousand hours of video were found on the man’s PC after his arrest last month at a children’s festival in Haugesund

The psychologist, who has extensive experience in working with children, was taken into custody after a tip-off from Interpol in Germany, which continually monitors file-sharing networks popular with paedophiles.

The man has already admitted downloading the material, which police believe occurred over a period of five years.

“We have no indication he has produced the material himself, and therefore have not charged him with assault. He has been very cooperative during questioning,” Haugesund police station Chief Jørn Schjelderup tells Haugesunds Avis.



Published on Monday, 1st November, 2010 at 13:54 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 1st November 2010 at 14:55.

This post has the following tags: rogaland, haugesund, interpol, file-sharing, download, paedophile, arrest, pictures, videos, child, abuse, festival, computer, psychologist.





  
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