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The purpose of this website/ information is to promote public awareness/ protection,help prevent you and those close to you from the potential dangers posed by individuals who have committed sex offences in the past and to deter sex offenders from offending/ re-offending.Any criminal actions taken by persons against the offenders named within this site, may result in arrest and prosecution of those persons.The court also heard there could be further charges laid against him from a third complainant. News (19-4-2012)- "Army cadets volunteer Craig Adam Magee jailed for possessing child pornography"- A veteran army cadets volunteer was a blue card holder when he was caught in possession of thousands of images of child pornography which he had downloaded and shared via the internet, a court has been told.Craig Magee was on Wednesday jailed for 22-months after pleading guilty in the Brisbane District Court to 38 charges - including using the internet to download child porn, possessing it or making it available to other users over an eight month period.- Read More below- News (3-6-2011)- A former Portland man convicted of committing a six-week campaign of sexual abuse against seven teenage girls in the Ballarat region will spend the next decade behind bars.

Mr Kent said Magee had been involved in training army cadets, but had ceased since being charged by police.Judge Howie said Macfie welcomed new girls with hugs, kisses and packages of goods, and persuaded two girls to stay overnight in his home.The court heard the six-week ordeal ended on May 18 last year when a school principal contacted police after making enquiries about the girls absences.Judge Milton Griffin, SC, in sentencing, told Magee it was likely and right that Magee would by humiliated and shamed by his actions, "which is simply a function of this disgusting behaviour." Judge Griffin ordered Magee be released, on a good behaviour recognisance, after having spent five months in actual custody.News ()- "'Horror' rapist has life sentence reduced" A Queensland man convicted of inflicting "unimaginable horrors" on a 13-year-old girl has had his life sentence reduced on appeal.

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