Judge in child pornography cases sentenced for pedophilia

 
Judge in child pornography cases sentenced for pedophilia
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A former judge in child pornography cases was himself under investigation for pedophilia when he acted as a judge.

A few years back the District Court judge acquitted the accused in child pornography cases. Now he has, for the second time, been convicted of offenses against young children.

As a judge in Asker and Bærum District Court in Norway, Jens-Jacob Sander (71) was known for a number of controversial decisions.

And the Oslo police backed Sander when he in 2008 was reported for sexual assault of a 12 year old. It was "not likely that a man ... who was a judge, could have done such a thing," it was said.

But now the former judge has been convicted - for the second time - for sexual offenses against young girls.

In the latest verdict of the Oslo District Court, he was sentenced to eight months' imprisonment and to pay microscopic compensations to the two offended girls - respectively NOK 977, - and NOK 750, -
($117 / $90, which only shows why Norway is a paradise for criminals).

- I have not yet been through the verdict with my client, says the former judge's lawyer, Knut-Ole Bakke Hansen. It is therefore not clear whether this will be appealed.

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