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Living with a Child Sex Offender 15 Jan 2008
The impact on the family of downloading pornographic images of children.

Two years ago police raided the home of the actor and comedian Chris Langham. They found 15 video clips in a file on his computer. He was found guilty of downloading indecent images of children, some of which were categorised as ‘level five’, the most extreme form, and sentenced to 10 months in prison. He was released on appeal in November and talks to Dr Pamela Connolly on More 4’s ‘Shrink Rap’ about what led him to download those files. His wife Christine has said that she will be standing by her husband. Donald Findlater of The Lucy Faithfull Foundation and Angela – whose husband of 40 years is currently in prison for viewing indecent images of children, join Jenni to discuss the impact of these crimes on the family.


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