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Australia Child abuse material found during police raids on former Mildura teacher's home, court hears

05:01  21 may  2020
05:01  21 may  2020 Source:   abc.net.au

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A court has heard that a former Mildura schoolteacher allegedly possessed thousands of items of child abuse material, some of which he allegedly produced himself including children who were his students.

Police charged Glenn Anthony Miller with knowingly possessing, producing and distributing child abuse material in early February after searching his home and allegedly finding incriminating material.

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The 76-year-old applied for bail in Mildura's Magistrates Court on Wednesday, but Magistrate Andrew McKenna rejected the application and said the prosecution's case was "strong".

The court heard police searched Mr Miller's home on January 9 and seized a laptop containing 77 child abuse files and eight DVDs containing more than 200 child abuse files.

Police prosecutor Matthew Pardon told the court some of the material featured young boys performing oral or penetrative sex.

In a second search on February 25, police allegedly found videotapes, hard drives, USBs and hard copy material collectively containing 26,388 adult pornography files and more than 4,700 child abuse files.

"This includes child abuse material produced by [Mr Miller], including himself and children who were students of his at the time," Sergeant Pardon said.

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The abuser may plead guilty to a criminal offence associated with child abuse . If so, the police may give them a caution or the case may go to court . The police have the legal power to take a child away from the family home in an emergency. This is called police protection and can last for 72 hours.

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The court heard police also allegedly found bags of male teen clothing during the search on February 25.

Man claims youths depicted were not underage

The court heard Mr Miller planned to contest the charges and would claim that although the youths depicted in the material appeared underage, they were actually 18 or over.

Mr McKenna said he did not think that defence would be successful in front of a jury.

The court also heard police were yet to interview Mr Miller about other matters that had come to light, including information that indicated a "pattern of grooming" with underage boys.

Mr Miller's lawyer, Hugh Middleton, said the former teacher was a well-known resident in Mildura, holding significant roles in the city's historical society, film society and other organisations.

Because of this, Mr Middleton said, the 76-year-old would be "visible in the community" if he were granted bail, but Mr McKenna refused the application.

Mr Miller was a teacher for more than 30 years until 1997 and had received honours for his active involvement in many community groups in Mildura.

He is due to appear in court again via videolink on June 23.

If you have experienced sexual assault, domestic or family violence, call 1800 RESPECT on 1800 737 732. Readers seeking support and information can also contact Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800.

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