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Australia Adelaide chiropractor Peter Snodgrass pleads guilty to further child exploitation charges

10:30  05 may  2021
10:30  05 may  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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Jadd William Brooker pleaded guilty to 32 charges in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Tuesday, including possessing and producing child exploitation material and maintaining an unlawful sexual relationship with a child . The 39-year-old, of Glenelg East, has already pleaded guilty to a The court has previously heard one of Brooker's victims was a 15-year-old boy from New South Wales, another was a boy from Adelaide , who had since died, and a third identified child was a 16-year-old boy from Italy. Prosecutors have previously said there were up to nine further potential unidentified victims.

Adelaide chiropractor Peter Wayne Snodgrass has been sentenced to more than 10 year’s jail in the supreme court for filming his clients for his own sexual gratification. She said his victims had described the utter violation of privacy they had endured and how they felt shame, anger and embarrassment. In earlier evidence to the court, Snodgrass told how he would download the material to a computer hard drive and give each file a name, sometimes related to the physical appearance of his victims.

An Adelaide chiropractor jailed for indecently filming hundreds of female clients including children has admitted to more charges of child exploitation.

Peter Wayne Snodgrass pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing child exploitation material in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

The offences date back to 2017 at Crafers West.

Snodgrass will face the District Court of South Australia in June.

The 53-year-old is currently serving a 10-year jail sentence for 216 charges of indecent filming and production of child exploitation material.

His victims were aged between 11 and 60 years old at the time.

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Peter Andrew Hansen, 61, pleaded guilty to 23 child exploitation charges when he faced Central Local Court, in Sydney, on Wednesday. Hansen, a Labor party branch president, from Cabramatta, has been behind bars since last October when he returned home from a four month teaching stint in Vietnam. Hansen was initially charged with three offences after he was arrested at Sydney International Airport when Australian Border Force officers found child pornography on an external hard drive in his luggage.

An Adelaide chiropractor , who used hidden cameras to indecently film hundreds of female clients including children , has been sentenced to more than 10 years' jail. Key points: Snodgrass ' victims were aged between 11 and 60 years old. He set up hidden cameras in the changeroom of his Snodgrass pleaded guilty to 216 charges , including indecent filming and production of child exploitation material. On Friday, Supreme Court Justice Anne Bampton sentenced Snodgrass to 10 years and three months in prison, with a non-parole period of eight years and two months, backdated

For those charges, Snodgrass concealed cameras inside pens and a clock radio that he placed in change rooms to secretly film female patients while they were undressing, for x-rays at his Rostrevor clinic in Adelaide's east.

At the time, the District Court heard Snodgrass's offending began in 2010 and he continued to take photos of women for "the thrill of it" after his wife died of cancer but he had no sexual attraction to young girls.

In sentencing Snodgrass to a non-parole period of eight years for that offending, Justice Anne Bampton said Snodgrass had "transgressed professional and moral boundaries and your unsuspecting victims have been traumatised" by learning what he has done.

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