An Ipswitch man has admitted downloading graphic cartoon porn images featuring child characters from The Simpsons and The Powerpuff Girls TV shows.

The 28-year-old is now a registered sex offender and will have to report to police after pleading guilty in Ipswich District Court to having the bizarre images on his computer.
Milner told police he would co-operate but did not want to give them his computer.

But an hour-and-a-half later he phoned police and said they could now have his computer.

Officers discovered the computer would no longer turn on but a year later police forensic experts recovered 64 images of cartoon child exploitation material in the machine’s recycle bin.

The images depicted figures from The Simpsons, The Powerpuff Girls and The Incredibles in sexually explicit positions.

Good grief. Now you can be charged with ‘child exploitation material’ where no child was exploited. I’m all for punishing those who exploit children, especially producers of child pornography, and this creepy guy seems to be in the red zone, but this sets a dangerous precedent IMHO. Thoughts?

  1. The0ne says:

    COPA stands for

    Child OK for Porn Act. Get your facts straight. If it was a protection act, we would have seen more results!

    And for the rest of you sick fcks, go to China, Indai for your twisted behaviors! It’s wide available there and you won’t get caught!

  2. RBG says:

    30 KMFIX. As absurd as requiring me to wear a seatbelt when no one can directly show how anyone was hurt when I didn’t wear one last Friday.

    COPA: Canadian Owners and Pilots Association


  3. The0ne says:

    I was being sarcastic about China and India but wanted to let all know that every time I go to China for business I try my best to talk to officials (lawyers, officers, etc.) and seek non profit organizations locally (which is zilch) to see if anyone, anyone can do something about the kids being exploited…in most cases right in front of their eyes.

    If there is a Devil, I hope he has place for these ahole people there.

  4. KMFIX says:

    #34.. I don’t agree with seatbelt laws either…and that’s a retarded analogy.

    I’m not going to bother responding to you anymore. You obviously can’t think for yourself, and that’s why these laws exist.

  5. The DON says:

    In the UK we have the same kind of law:
    An image depicting a child (or someone who appears to be under age) in a sexual context is considered pornographic and therefore illegal.
    It has happened in the UK where a man with real child pornographic material was also prosecuted for having an image of a young boy in his swimming trunks. This image was stored in the same place as the real porn, and when questioned, the man admitted getting sexual gratification from the picture. Despite the pic not being pornographic, he was charged for that picture being pornographic because of his admission.
    I think this goes a bit too far, but he was guilty anyway.

  6. Free Spirit says:


    So you think “behaving like you might” commit a crime is itself a crime?

    If so, then behaving like you might behave like you might commit a crime is also a crime. And so on, until everything is a crime.

    A crime is a deliberate action causing or attempting to cause actual harm to a real person.

    Any other definition of crime is a politically-motivated fiction.

    Take care that your knee-jerk panic at the phrase “kiddie porn” doesn’t cloud your judgement…

  7. Jeff Little says:

    #23.. Was a child hurt or adversely effected by this?

    Yes a judge


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