An ex-broadcaster tried to convince a jury that his massive collection of extreme pornography was used for research into a “Sex and the City”-style book.
“These videos were disgusting and distressing,” Constable Kim Negus told the court during the trial. “I viewed around 18 of them and had to have the sound down.”
Some of the more than 800 “disgusting” videos “showed women strapped to machines and tortured with electrodes …” according to the Little Hampton Gazette.
Other pieces of pornography involved abusing animals, the paper reported.
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