Grimsby child porn collector claimed 'vanilla sex' was 'boring and unappealing'

Niagara Regional Police

A Grimsby man convicted of possessing child pornography once told a counsellor he found “vanilla sex” “boring and unappealing.”

The McMaster University student — whose name is protected by a publication ban — was sentenced to four years behind bars on a number of child pornography-related charges.

According to the Niagara Falls Review, the man discovered Internet porn when he was 10 years old and transitioned to child pornography when he was 12.

Despite being nabbed at the Christian high school he attended for watching porn in the library, he wiggled his way out of punishment.

At McMaster, he was again nabbed for watching child pornography but slithered his way out of trouble.

Niagara Regional Police received a tip in 2017 from the RCMP that child pornography had been uploaded from a Grimsby IP address. Cops raided the home he shares with his parents in 2018 and seized a staggering 20,000 images and 4,000 videos of child pornography.

“Child pornography is an unspeakable crime of violence against children,” Judge Fergus O’Donnell said, according to the Review. “It is an affront to the most fundamental ideal of human decency.”

The deviant reportedly underwent a “psychosexual” assessment in the days before he was sentenced.

Taking one more stab at weaseling out of facing the music, he apparently “had difficulty accepting he had sexually deviant interests.”

And he denied he had a sexual attraction to children but testing revealed he is aroused by prepubescent children.

The pervert believed the children in the videos he was watching were enjoying themselves. He thought kids should decide when they should have sex.

In addition, the man engaged in sexually explicit online chats with his 11-year-old cousin. The Review reported that court heard he exposed himself to the child at a family function.

Besides the jail sentence, he had landed on the national sex offender registry for life.

He is also barred from places where children might gather, including parks and community centres.

“This is not something that can be cured, it is something that can be managed,” the judge told him.

bhunter@postmedia.com

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