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Twisted Scots fiend caught with revolting beastiality and child abuse haul


A Scots pervert was caught with a depraved haul of child abuse images and videos of bestiality after a raid by cops.

Cameron Douglas had a hoard of disgusting videos and photos on his computer mainly showing young girls being sexually assaulted.

The 23-year-old’s sick collection also included bestiality videos showing adult females interacting sexually with dogs and cats.

The 13 bestiality videos recovered by detectives also included horrendous scenes of women engaged in sexual activity with dogs.

Douglas appeared at Livingston Sheriff Court on Monday and pled guilty to possessing both indecent photographs of children and extreme pornographic images of bestiality between 25 December 2018 and 15 September 2020.

His not guilty plea to taking or making indecent images of children was accepted by the Crown.

Robert Douglas, 27, of the same address, had not guilty pleas to possessing and taking indecent images accepted by the prosecution.

Conor Muir, prosecuting, said police officers swooped on the pervert’s home in the East Main Street, Broxburn, after the child abuse investigation unit received intelligence that indecent images of children had been downloaded there.

Forensic examination of Douglas’s laptop and an external hard drive uncovered 139 accessible still images and a further 10 inaccessible or deleted images of child sexual abuse.

There were also 139 still images containing acts of bestiality classified in categories ‘A’ – the most serious – to ‘C’, the least offensive.

Most of the child abuse images photos showed female children aged between four and 14 being abused by young boys or posing for the camera exposing their private parts.

Others were of female children and adults performing sex acts while the worst showed an adult male raping a young girl.

Images that were ‘no longer accessible’ showed female children between the ages 10 and 12 engaging in similar activity, Mr Muir said.

Andy Aitken, defending, said his client, who is on bail, would cooperate fully with social workers preparing a report on his background circumstances.

Adjourning the case until 5 November, Sheriff Douglas Kinloch told Crawford: “I can’t pass sentence today because by law a background report will be required before sentence is passed.

“Given the nature of the charges you will also today be placed on the sex offenders’ register.

“The length of time you will remain on the register will depend on the nature of the sentence which is ultimately passed.”

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