More than 45,000 juveniles are escaping from Durham County Jail.
Twenty-two-year-old Ethan Chapman was arrested in 2018 in Darlington. Following an investigation by the National Crime Agency
(NCA) in August.
After the investigation, mobile phones and laptops were tested
45,651 images of violence against minors found on the NCA search page –
Chapman’s agent proves that the Dark Internet uses various unknown technologies.
In January it reported three types of child pornography: 36,186 part A, 8,831 part B, and 634 part C.
On Monday, the Tassid Crowne court sentenced him to 18 months in jail for nine months.
He was also enrolled in the Military Service for five years and served five years to protect himself from sexual assault.
Graham Ellis, NCA director of operations said: All children see a picture of abuse when they see or share a picture.
Chapman is clearly using the dark internet and preventing law enforcement agencies from investigating.
“Juvenile crime offenders – many of them exposed to crime – cannot hide from law enforcement.”
The NCA and British police have arrested 500 child sex offenders a month and protected 700 children.