October 2015

Paedophile offered to ‘share’ his own baby with other perverts


A PAEDOPHILE who offered to ‘share’ his own baby with other perverts has walked free from court today despite distributing vile images of young children being abused.

At the time that Nathan Green was caught by police his partner was expecting their child and because of what he said to other paedophiles on line his baby was taken into foster care at birth.

Green, 25, who was working in a shop in the Duke of Gloucester army barracks in South Cerney at the time of his offending, was placed on the sex offender register for ten years. A sexual harm prevention order was also made against him.

Formerly of Cross Close, Cirencester, but now of Broad street, Bromsgrove, Green admitted distributing and possessing illegal images of children at the worst level A as well as in the less serious B and C categories.

Judge Michael Harington sentenced him at Gloucester Crown Court to a two year jail term suspended for 18 months. He also ordered him to undergo a community sex offender group programme and a 30-day rehabilitation activity programme.

Prosecutor James Bromige said police arrested Green at his place of work on March 6 this year as a result of intelligence about him sharing paedophile images on line.

He called himself ‘Crazer49’ and in his profile information he wrote ‘Young Incest Fun. Have child on the way. Will share.”

Mr Bromige said police found 41 still images and 2 videos at the worst Category A on Green’s computer hard drive, 62 images and 2 videos at catehory B and 202 stills and 2 videols at Category C

Interviewed twice by police, Green declined to comment.

Mr Bromige said that on chatlogs involving other paedophiles Green was asking about, and being asked for, images of very young children.

He asked one user ‘Do you like child?’ and another “Are you into young children?”

“His own child has been born since this and has gone into foster care,” Mr Bromige.

“The defendant has made no offer to assist the police in any further enquiries to find any of the children involved, where the images came from and the identities of the other users. He is of previous good character.”

Jonathan Lewis, defending, handed the court references from Green’s parents and partner. He said Green ‘enjoys their support notwithstanding his offending.”

Since being charged Green had been open and honest about his perversions and was already part way through a sex offender course, Mr Lewis said.

His partner and his father have also been taking courses to learn how to help him with his problems, he added.

“The root of his offending was his sense of isolation and loneliness and his indulgence in this online community,” he said.

Judge Harington told Green the images he had been collecting and distributing were ‘revolting.’

“The real seriousness of offences such as this is that actual children have to undergo or be involved in performing these revolting acts in order for the stills and videos to be made,” he said.

“A prison sentence is inevitable in this case but I am prepared to suspend it.”