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martedì 22 agosto 2017

CHILD PORN ADDICTION 15

A COVENTRY man who had sick images of children as young as 12 months old being raped has escaped being jailed – despite continuing to deny being responsible to a probation officer.
Martin Barnes (36) of Riley Square, Bell Green, Coventry, had pleaded guilty to four charges of possessing indecent images of children and one of possessing extreme pornography.
But at Warwick Crown Court he was sentenced to 12 months in prison suspended for two years and ordered to take part in a rehabilitation activity to address his sexual offending.
Prosecutor Ian Windridge said that police intelligence officers ‘keep a very careful eye on what is happening in the world of peer-to-peer transferring’ over the internet.
As a result, they found information which led to them executing a warrant at Barnes’s home in February and seizing his laptop computer and a memory card.
On them they found 16 movies and 196 stills assessed as being in category A, showing children as young as 12 months old being subjected to penetrative sex acts by adult males.
There were 12 movies and 189 stills in category B, of children involved in non-penetrative sex acts, and 599 category C stills of children in naked or indecent poses.
In addition, officers found an extreme pornographic image of a sex act involving an animal, and 709 other images ‘of a prohibited nature’ but which did not result in a specific charge.
The images, some of which were in an inaccessible area of the computer, having been deleted after being viewed, had been downloaded between April last year and the beginning of February.
When he was questioned, Barnes claimed other people may have accessed his computer remotely, and that he had no idea how they had got onto the computer, which he said he had only built in December last year.
But Mr Windridge pointed out that, although there was remote access software on the computer, it had not been activated – and the accessible images, which had been obtained using search terms including Lolita, were stored in a folder named ‘Martin.’
Recorder Steven Evans told Barnes’s barrister: “I’ve read the pre-sentence report in which he denies culpability.
“I don’t see how I can consider the recommendation. If he’s not taking the first step, there would be little hope of him engaging with the probation service.
“Although he pleads guilty, he says it’s on the basis that he can’t explain how they got there. He denies looking for or downloading or viewing the images, and says he has no sexual interest in children.”
After speaking to Barnes, his barrister Anthony Cartin said: “He recognises he’s guilty. He acknowledges these offences indicate and unhealthy curiosity involving sexual activity with children.
“He is a fairly sad individual. He’s a man who spent a great deal of time looking at pornography in a general sense, it’s not limited to this sort of imagery.”
Mr Cartin said Barnes, who is ‘significantly overweight,’ can barely read or write, has not worked for many years, and was ‘effectively living in a rubbish tip,’ with rubbish piled so high that some of the doors in his flat could not be opened.
And he added: “He is very concerned about how he would cope in a custodial environment because of his size and mobility difficulties.”
Sentencing Barnes, and ordering him to register as a sex offender for ten years, Recorder Evans told him: “Your offending does pass the custody threshold, but I’m going to suspend it.
“The picture I have is of a person who is socially isolated. Most of your time is spent on your computer, and a good deal of that time is spent looking at pornography, and a portion of that time is spent looking at child pornography which I am satisfied you deliberately accessed.
Some people think these are offences with no victims, but when one looks at the descriptions of the images you viewed, children as young as one who are being penetrated by adult males, it is immediately clear that is not true.
There are children throughout the world who are sexually abused to provide such images. Because of your interest, one- and two-year-old children are sexually abused.

Paedophile with 'sick' baby rape images avoids jail August 16 2017

A man from Wrexham has been jailed after a court heard how he downloaded the most appalling images of child sex abuse available.

The images were described as “absolutely awful” and “shocking” at Mold Crown Court.

It was feared that defendant Stephen Anthony Harris, 41, was unlikely to ever change.

Some of the images and movies involved the rape of toddlers as young as three who had been bound with tape.

Harris, of Market Street in Rhos, had previous convictions for downloading images.

Judge Rhys Rowlands jailed him for three years and ordered him to register with the police as a sex offender indefinitely.

He was also made the subject of a new Sexual Harm Prevention Order.

Judge Rowlands told Harris that in August 2015 he was made the subject of a three-year community order for making and possessing indecent images of children, but he was now back before the court after he committed similar offences in breach of the order.

He had other previous convictions and had admitted breaching the requirements of his sexual registration on the day before he appeared in the magistrates court after he used an internet identification which was not registered with the police.

The court heard how officers went to his home on May 24 and found a USB storage stick which contained a significant number of indecent movies and images.

“They had been downloaded and stored by you so you could return to them time and again, to satisfy your wholly un-natural sexual interest in young children,” said Judge Rowlands.

Police found 168 category A movies and 76 category A images, the nature of which were described as “quite shocking”.

They involved a number of young victims being raped.

Other images and movies were also discovered.

Then while on bail, the day before he attended Wrexham Magistrates Court to answer the charges, he accessed the internet in breach of the terms of the sexual offences registration.

He contacted someone using a user name which had not been registered with the police.

Harris was seeking to contact people without being identified which could only be “for a sinister reason”, said the judge.

Judge Rowlands described the offences as “serious and very disturbing” made the more so by his previous convictions.

He had been given chances to addressed his “depraved behaviour” but he continued despite courses to help him stop.

The very young are being exploited by others so that the likes of yourself can view their torment and get satisfaction from it,” he declared.

Judge Rowlands said he accepted that, while Harris continued to offend, there had been no escalation.

Harris admitted making category A, B and C movies and images and possessing a total of 636 images.

Barrister Karl Scholz, prosecuting, said police received information that Harris had been downloading images and went to his home in May where they were recovered on a storage stick.

They showed boys and girls as young as three being penetrated and being subjects to various sexual acts.

It was also found he was using aliases on Facebook and other sites.

The prosecutor said it was quite clear from the assessment in the pre-sentence report that Harris was “unlikely to ever change”.

Harris had similar previous convictions in 2007, 2011 and 2015 and it was clear he was still deliberately searching for such images.

Barrister Gemma Gordon, defending, said her client was fully aware he would receive an immediate custodial sentence and that his previous convictions aggravated his situation.

The probation service considered the best way to manage him going forward was to send him into custody.

While his offending was clearly very serious there had been no escalation and she stressed that it was downloading as opposed to any active engagement with children. A determinate sentence was appropriate, she said.

The breach of his register had been a stupid thing to do and he wished to apologise that he had relapsed into offending.

He had been due to attend further courses but now appreciated that would be no longer possible and that he would go into custody.


A former Lake District campsite manager has been jailed for possessing "truly shocking" indecent images of children.
Timothy Lovatt, 57, downloaded thousands of illegal still and moving images, some showing the sexual abuse of children, including babies.
Lovatt, of West End Road, Morecambe, admitted six charges at Carlisle Crown Court, including downloading and distributing illicit images.
Judge Peter Hughes sentenced the former Windermere camp manager to three years.
The court was told that police seized Lovatt's computer equipment from his home after a tip-off.
They found more than 5,000 file names which indicated that images had been shared across the internet between October 2015 and December 2016.

'Disturbing images'

"Disturbing" online chat room conversations were also discovered, which suggested Lovatt had contacted and even met "like-minded" others with an interest in viewing images of sexual activity of children "of the very lowest age range".
The court heard Lovatt made full admissions to police, confessing that any naked child aroused him.
Lovatt, a former Royal Navy petty officer, was said to be remorseful and seeking help.
But jailing Lovatt, Judge Hughes called his crimes "truly shocking".
He added: "It is only a sick and depraved mind that could obtain any pleasure from such material."
Det Con Ryan Parker, of Cumbria Police's digital media investigation unit, said: "Some of the most disturbing images of abuse that our officers have ever come across were discovered on Lovatt's devices.
"Lovatt was proactive in his approach to distributing sickening images to other people online. His distressing chat history and behaviour depicts him as one of the more dangerous online predators."

A TIDWORTH paedophile who downloaded videos of “sickening” child abuse was told he was “in denial of his sexual interest in children”.
Davey Woodruff, aged 24 and of Forest Drive, downloaded 11 images and four videos depicting the most serious “category A” child abuse.
He was also caught with 22 category B images and 267 in category C, at the lower end of the scale.
Sentencing him to a total of eight months in prison, suspended for two years, Judge Susan Evans said: “These are serious offences.
These are real children suffering real and horrifying ordeals. They will have been physically and psychologically harmed by what’s happened to them. It’s life-changing abuse.”
Judge Evans took into account Woodruff’s early guilty plea and mental health difficulties when sentencing him.
She said: “For the protection of the public you need to undergo treatment and the only way that’s going to happen is by me suspending the sentence I’m going to impose.”
Woodruff must complete 35 rehabilitation days and a sex offender treatment programme.
Judge Evans said: “If you breach [the conditions] in any way you will find yourself coming back to this court, that eight months will be activated, and you will be going to prison.”
He will be subject to a ten-year sexual harm prevention order and his laptop and phone were confiscated.
An NSPCC regional spokesman said: “Possessing child abuse images is a serious offence and we must never forget that the children in these videos and images are being raped and sexually assaulted to produce this sickening material.
“Woodruff’s crimes have only helped fuel this disgusting trade in images which destroys children’s lives.”
“To help tackle the growing problem of online child abuse imagery, the NSPCC is calling for the introduction of a specialist digital child abuse unit in every police force.”
Any adult worried about a child can call the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000. Children can call Childline on 0800 1111.

Davey Woodruff , 24, given suspended sentence to get treatment 12th August 2017

A South Carolina man is sentenced to nearly seven years in prison after being convicted of possessing child pornography, including images described as sadistic or violent.
United States Attorney Beth Drake stated Monday that Scott Linnell, 36, of Greer, was sentenced to 82 months in prison for possession of child pornography. She also ordered that he be under lifetime supervision.
According to a press release from Drake's office, evidence presented at the change of plea hearing established that on March 10, 2015, an undercover law enforcement officer signed into the undercover Kik user account in order to conduct child exploitation investigations on the Kik Messenger application.
On that same day, the undercover agent saw that user “phx_medic” had posted sexually explicit material in the Kik Messenger chat room “#lolitalovers” on March 8, 2015. At this time, the undercover agent observed that user “phx_medic” had posted fourteen images into the Kik chat room.
The undercover agent was able to download and save these images to an undercover device, and authorities logged the IP address.
In a second, unrelated undercover investigation, someone at the same IP address was found to be trading child pornography and engaging in sexually explicit chats on a web forum used by people interested in sexual contact with children.
Based on these incidents, further investigation traced the IP address involved in the illicit activity to Linnell’s home. On May 27, 2015, a federal search warrant was executed there.
Authorities seized computers and other devices, and a forensic examination revealed 8906 images of child pornography. Of these images, 773 were of infants and toddlers.
Ninety of these images were sadistic, masochistic, or violent.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative designed to protect children from online exploitation and abuse. Led by the United States Attorneys’ Offices, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend, and prosecute people who exploit children via the internet, as well as identify and rescue victims.

According to a press release from the Mississippi Attorney General’s office, Pearl River County resident Darryl Warner III, 23, was sentenced to 30 years, with 15 to serve and 15 suspended by Pearl River County Circuit Court Judge Claiborne “Buddy” McDonald after entering a guilty plea for the charge of possessing child pornography

During the remaining 15 suspended years, he will be under post-release supervision by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. Upon his release from jail, he will be required to register as a sex offender.

He was arrested on the charge of possession of child pornography on April 5, 2016. According to previous coverage, he was arrested in Poplarville, but was also a resident of Picayune.

According to the release, Warner was in possession of hundreds of images and videos depicting the sexual abuse of children younger than 8, some of which were toddlers.

“Another pervert is behind bars and away from our children thanks to the work of our cybercrime division and the sentencing by Judge McDonald,” said Attorney General Jim Hood. “This is some of the most important work our office handles—protecting the children in our state and convicting those who put them in harm’s way.”





TRENTON - A former summer camp counselor at Ranney School is headed to prison for eight years after admitting to downloading sexually explicit videos and images of children to his home computer.
James Paroline, 28, of Red Bank, was sentenced to 97 months behind bars in federal court Tuesday by U.S. District Court Judge Freda L. Wolfson, according to a news release from Acting U.S. Attorney William Fitzpatrick. Paroline will also have to serve 10 years of supervised release once he serves his sentence.
Paroline pleaded guilty in February to a charge of receiving child pornography and faced 8 to 10 years in prison under an agreement with prosecutors. The government agreed to drop a possession of child pornography charge in exchange for his guilty plea.
Paroline was working as an assistant at a nursery school and a private school summer camp counselor, both in Monmouth County, in February 2015 when he logged into an underground website "PlayPen" dedicated to advertising and distributing child pornography, authorities said.
Under the username "jimbobtropolis," which was registered with his personal email address, he downloaded multiple videos and images showing sexual abuse of children.
He was arrested in July 2015 and admitted to police that he downloaded the images, according to a criminal complaint.
The release does not name the schools where Paroline worked, but in 2015 Ranney Head of School John Griffith confirmed Paroline worked at Ranney School — a private college preparatory school in Tinton Falls — each summer since 2005. He served as camp counselor for multiple summers and spent one year as a sports specialists, running gym and athletic activities for camp attendees ranging from 3 to 13-years-old.
Paroline was fired from his job at Ranney following his arrest, Griffith said at the time.

A Cardiff doctor who admitted possessing thousands of indecent images of children has been given a suspended prison sentence.
Armon Daniels, who was a GP at Rumney Primary Care Centre, had his computer seized when police searched his home.
More than 16,000 images of children and 850 video files were found on the computer and two USB sticks.
The 55-year-old was sentenced at Newport Crown Court to eight months in prison, suspended for two years.
A Sexual Harm Prevention Order and a notification requirement were also imposed, both for seven years.
Daniels had pleaded guilty at Newport Magistrates' Court to four offences of possessing indecent images, and had his case committed to the crown court for sentencing.

'Deeply disturbing'

The General Medical Council imposed an interim suspension order on him in July.
Catrin Evans, from the Crown Prosecution Service, said: "A significant number of images and videos of a sexual nature had been downloaded to the devices recovered.
"The public rightly expect the highest standards of conduct from medical professionals and by committing these criminal offences, through viewing indecent images of children, Armon Daniels has not upheld those standards."
A spokesman for NSPCC Wales said the children in the images were victims of horrific abuse and "the significant catalogue found on Daniels' computer is deeply disturbing".
He said: "By downloading this material he has betrayed a position of trust within the community and helped to fuel a vile online market.
"Authorities and internet providers must work together to tackle this industry and halt the trade of these sickening images.
"It is now important that Daniels receives appropriate treatment to lessen the risk of further offending."

Cardiff doctor sentenced for indecent images of children 16 August 2017


A former Lincolnshire councillor who had a 'rapacious interest' in downloading images of children has been jailed for two years.
Ian Dolby, a former councillor representing Quarrington in North Kesteven until April 2014, was described to the jury at Lincoln Crown Court as having "a rapacious interest" in downloading indecent images from the internet after police found over 700 computer disks at his home in Sleaford.
Dolby, 52, who was also a member of Sleaford Town Council, changed his plea on the second day of his trial and admitted 23 charges of making an indecent image of a child. He denied 13 further similar charges which were left on the file after the prosecution decided not to pursue them.
The charges arose from a police search of his home in December 2013 as part of police inquiries following the arrest of Dolby's then lodger over a completely unconnected matter.

The search revealed a stash of over 700 computer disks containing pornography stored in Dolby's bedroom, 45 of the disks contained child pornography including more than 500 movies lasting 184 hours. The films were downloaded between 2010 and 2013.
As well as being jailed Dolby was placed on the sex offenders' register for 10 years and given a sexual harm prevention order intended to control his behaviour when released from his sentence.
Judge Simon Hirst told him: "You have done everything you possibly could to avoid facing up to your wrong doing.

"This type of offending is not victimless in any way. Every still photograph and every frame of a film has the face of a child who has been sexually abused in the most cruel way imaginable.
"In behaving as you did, you perpetuated the market and distribution of such images and encouraged the making of more images."
Mark Knowles, in mitigation, said that around 90 per cent of the material found at Dolby's home was legitimate adult pornography.
"He is not an individual who deals exclusively in a certain type of material."
Mr Knowles said Dolby has an obsessive personality.

"He understands that he has a problem. He is desperate to get to the bottom of his difficulties.

"The prosecution say that this man is a paedophile and that is why he has downloaded this and burned it and stored it."
Dolby is the second former Sleaford Town councillor in three months to be jailed for child pornography offences.
In June Richard Willis, 51, admitted three charges of distributing indecent images of children, two charges of making indecent images of children and a further charge of taking indecent images of children. He was jailed for 16 months at Lincoln Crown Court in June.
An NSPCC spokesman said: “As a councillor, Ian Dolby was elected into a position of power and trust by the public, and it is truly shocking he committed such sickening crimes.
Each of these images is a crime scene and every child photographed is a victim of abuse. By downloading this material, Dolby was keeping an abhorrent industry alive and ensuring children continue to be abused.
“To help tackle and prevent the publication of child abuse images the NSPCC is calling on internet companies and authorities to share information, expertise and resources.
A man has revealed how he accumulated 18 terabytes of porn on his computer and took the bold step of deleting it all to help him overcome his addiction.
To put that into perspective, a terabyte is 1,000 gigabytes, so the man’s 18 terabyte collection is equivalent to 5,400 hours of high quality video or 64.8 million images. At a rate of watching eight hours of video per day, it would have taken him 20 months of daily viewing to get through his entire collection just once.
“I would get a rush downloading all that I could, spending days at a time just downloading video after video, even creating lightweight PHP bots to do it for me the more I did it,” the man wrote on a Reddit forum dedicated to people unhooking themselves from their porn addiction.
However he explained that despite being fit, he lost his erection when having sex with his girlfriend multiple times.
“It's definitely the porn, I know it is,” he wrote. “I don't even look at regular women the same.”
The man admitted that he’d spent five years amassing his porn collection but decided to make the move in a bid to combat his “performance anxiety.”
He also revealed that he’d spent over $550 (£425) on hard-drives to store his collection.
Many people were shocked by just how big the man’s porn collection was, but they all congratulated him on getting rid of it.
“Wow, what a collection you had there!” said one person, who could relate after giving up porn himself.
18 terabytes of poison, he wrote. 18 terabytes of lying to yourself, eluding yourself, and deceiving your own brain. 18 terabytes of social awkwardness, lack of confidence, and fear in your heart. 18 terabytes of a fake, digital relationships with paid actors on screen. 18 terabytes of wiring your brain into a dopamine-overloaded junkyard.”
He said that the day you delete your porn collection is the day you start the rest of your life, adding that it won’t be easy, “but it sure as hell gonna be worth it.”
Many men shared how they too had got as addicted to collecting porn as watching it, and deleting their collection was a big step in getting over the addiction. 
According to one man, it’s the “sense of owning and readiness of material. The sensation of [being] able to drag each girl of your preference and categorising them can be addictive.”
The discussion took place in Reddit’s NoFap forum, which is a community of men who have given up masturbation.
However there is also a less extreme PornFree community, which is for men who have given up porn (but not necessarily masturbation).
As increasing numbers of young men seek help for porn addiction and erectile dysfunction, there is growing interest in giving up porn altogether, as it is a huge problem for many.
And various experts have warned that the high numbers of young men watching endless amounts of porn could be leading to a rise in tolerance of violence against women, dangerous notions of consent and erectile dysfunction.
Men have spoken out before about their large porn collections and the latest is not the first to delete a collection of that size.
And some men say they’ve taken inspiration from his huge step of deleting his collection: “Your quitting is a motivation to me. I can do the same now,” wrote one.
And another agreed: “Truly an inspiration, my man.”


Greg Oliver, a former worship pastor for 11 years at a Birmingham-area church, was fired in 2009 for pornography use.
Two years ago, he started Awaken Recovery, an addiction recovery ministry.
"In early 2009, I was exposed, I lost my job, but I began recovery," Oliver said.
He and his wife, Stacey, worked through the crisis. "We got into counseling, got into a recovery process," Oliver said.
After they went through counseling and recovery, they started counseling others through weekly support group meetings at the Church at Brook Hills. "I'm a recovering addict; I know the shame people feel," Oliver said.
With internet pornography so easily available, the problem of porn addiction is widespread, including among pastors and church staff members, Oliver said.
"It's pretty overwhelming," he said.
'Addicted to Porn'
On Sunday, Aug. 20, Awaken Recovery will present a documentary, "Addicted to Porn: Chasing the Cardboard Butterfly," at 6 p.m. at Rosewood Hall, 2850 19th St. South in Homewood.


The target audience is parents, church leaders, counselors, teachers and coaches who work with older elementary, middle school, high school students at risk for exposure to pornography.
"God has a design for sex that's awesome," Oliver said. Pornography inhibits and interferes with that plan, he said.
"This is a counterfeit; it cheapens it, reduces intimacy; this is going to hurt your ability to have healthy sex later in life," Oliver said.
About 70 percent of teenagers say in surveys that they've been exposed to hard-core pornography, Oliver said. "There's kind of no escaping it," he said. "We've got to get over the naive way of thinking. If your kid's 10 years old, he's probably already seen some type of pornography."
Can parents protect kids?
Parents are often behind the technology curve that allows their children to be exposed to pornography.
"We want to focus on the next generation of our kids that are not yet addicted," Oliver said.
"When you see how early kids start to see it, it's a big problem," he said. "Sexuality is awesome and porn cheapens it and undermines the ability to have healthy relationships."
Children have increasingly unfettered access to internet pornography through smartphones and home computers.
"A majority of parents would agree their kids don't need to be looking at it," Oliver said. "Kids have all the savvy but not the discernment to use the technology wisely."
But sometimes the parents are being outsmarted by their savvy kids.
"A lot of parents get embarrassed to let them know they don't know what they're talking about," Oliver said. "The technology is changing faster than you can keep up with it. There are so many new apps. A lot are designed to protect covert web activity. Impulsivity is developed."
Even savvy parents have the odds stacked against them.
"No matter how well you try to keep kids from seeing it, there are things they are going to see," Oliver said. "You've got to protect and prepare: Prepare them so when they see it, they know what to do."
Creating an open dialogue about sex can help parents prepare their children.
"We need to be talking about sex early and often in an age-appropriate way," Oliver said. "Teach them differences between boys and girls, proper names of body parts, so that by the time they hit puberty, they have been talking with their parents for years. They're not nearly as likely to be fearful of asking questions. The biggest tool is encouraging a safe, open dialogue where parents say, 'You can ask me anything.'"
Porn in the church
Going to church provides no immunity when it comes to a society saturated in pornography.
"It's a very significant problem in the church," Oliver said. "The problem is getting worse not better."
Beneath the surface, the porn problem is there.
"If you compare evangelical Christians and those who don't go to church, the stats about porn use are virtually identical," Oliver said. "You get as many people in the church looking at pornography as outside the church. Sometimes more hyper-fundamental churches with oppressive spirituality create isolation, and isolation is a big driver. People who feel isolated are more likely to look at porn. It's really heavy within the church. Sixty percent of male Christian leaders said they looked at porn within last week; 40 percent of females."
Oliver knows from personal experience churches simply don't have a plan for handling it.
"A church usually reacts only after something has blown up," Oliver said. "By that point, the damage is so severe, the damage is irreparable. It's a very reactive stance. This is already going on in droves. A prepared response is always better."
For Oliver and his wife, the trauma of dealing with his porn addiction was painful.
 "We've been married 25 years; we were married 17 years when it blew up," Oliver said. "My wife had no idea. She was deeply traumatized."
Restoring the fallen
It's hard for people who have a problem to seek help.
"If someone confesses, 'I've got a problem,' most of the time it's an automatic pink slip," Oliver said.
"I was fired. It was appropriate that I got fired."
But suddenly, the couple was alienated from the spiritual community they had been part of for 11 years.
"It makes the person who's fallen really lonely," Oliver said. "We need a way to gently restore that person."
The counseling groups at Brook Hills are strictly segregated by gender. Men have their own support groups; women have their own support groups.
"They don't mix," he said. "They don't do mixed groups. There is some couples coaching."
His wife, Stacey, works with women going through counseling and group support.
"She was absolutely devastated," Oliver said.
After leaving their former church, the Olivers began attending the Church at Brook Hills. Former Pastor David Platt and current Pastor Matt Mason offered support.
"He (Platt) and the elders involved in Restoration process, they saw us at our lowest, and they saw us getting better," Oliver said. "They were the first people to support us."
Pastors need to be willing to address the problem, or at least bring in experts who can address it, he said.
"There's already an assault on our sexuality," he said. "If we don't have a couple sermons a year on Sexuality, porn, purity, honesty, confession, accessibility, we're not doing our job. Churches need to get to know subject matter experts. We've gotten to know the therapists who are phenomenally good at treating sexually addicted people."

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