Finedon paedophile had hundreds of sick images

He's admitted his crimes

Saturday, 3rd April 2021, 8:00 am

A paedophile who lives in Finedon will be sentenced this month after he admitted downloading hundreds of sick child abuse images.

Nasir Nizam, 54, pleaded guilty to six charges of making indecent images, another term for downloading or viewing, and one of possessing prohibited images when he appeared before magistrates in Northampton.

The indecent image charges relate to vile files across categories A, B and C - category A being the most depraved - spanning two periods of time in the past five years.

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Northampton Magistrates' Court.

Nizam, of Irthlingborough Road, was convicted of making 189 category A images, 133 in category B and 28 in category C between May 2016 and November 2017.

He also admitted possessing four prohibited images of children relating to the same time period.

The paedophile also pleaded guilty to charges of making indecent images in separate offences which took place on or before November 24 last year.

Those charges related to 312 category A images, 225 in category B and 73 in category C.

Magistrates bailed Nizam on the condition he has no unsupervised contact with children under the age of 18, reports to police in Wellingborough twice a week and surrenders his passport.

He is due to be sentenced on April 16 at Northampton Crown Court.

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