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This focus was picked upon by barrister Roger Daniells-Smith, who in an early appearance on behalf of GS reportedly told the court: "We say this is a moral crusade by Kent Police to extend the law, to try to get this material included as extreme pornography." Kent Police reject this.They told us: "The only crusade Kent Police is on is to protect children from abuse including sexual exploitation. closes one door where people that would abuse children share and indulge in their fantasies online without the use of images, and prior to now have felt beyond the reach of the law in doing so." A spokeswoman for the Crown Prosecution Service explained: "The ruling reinforces the interpretation of 'persons' to include one person".
The judgment states (par 21): There could be no sensible reason for the legislature having excluded otherwise obscene material from the scope of the legislation, merely because it was likely to be read by, and therefore liable to deprave and corrupt, only one person...This is legal dynamite - and in one single judgment catapults the UK to the back of the queue on a range of international indices on freedom of speech.The change to the law - or clarification as judges might describe it - came about in February when the Appeal Court ruled on a prosecution appeal in respect of an individual identified only as "GS".In the light of this ruling, GS, who had previously been defending against all counts, changed his plea to guilty.Back at Maidstone Crown Court in July 2012, before Judge Philip St John-Stevens, the court accepted his plea, dropped the indecent image charge – and sentence will be delivered on 7 September.Julian Assange's lawyers have written to Stockholm District Court asking for the SMS conversation between the Wikileaks founder and the woman he's accused of forcing to have sex with him to be read out at the next court hearing discussing the claims.
The duo argue that while the claimant gave her version of the story years ago, Assange has still not been able to share his perspective and is in danger of not recieving a fair trial for the crimes he insists he is innocent of.
They added: "Most obscene material relates to books, magazines, films and DVDs.
The OPA also applies to anything published on the internet, whether text, pictures or online chat".
The fugitive sought refuge at the South American outpost in June 2012 after exhausting all his legal options in Britain against extradition to Sweden.
He fears that if he were sent to the Nordic nation, he could be extradited to the United States to be tried over the publication of hundreds of thousands of classified documents.
Throughout that period, the idea that it might be used to police one-to-one conversation does not seem to have figured highly in the thinking of police and prosecuting authorities.