An angry mob has already gathered outside the Old Bailey, as one of the most distressing cases in British legal history is poised to get under way later this morning.
Business tycoon and former soccer pundit Terry Venables, who was due in court to face allegations of indeceny and the corruption of minors will now give evidence via a video link instead.
Presiding judge Lord Justice Goldring ruled that although Venable's appearance would have been preferable to the video link, public outrage at the atrocities made his appearance in court unsafe.
Venables, who has already served out a two year sentence as England manager, is charged with the possesion, recording and distribution of offensive material via the internet.
The case gets underway at around midday.
'What Venables and his associates have done with these kids is sickening' said prosecuting lawyer Crispin Bartholemew 'children as young as 4 and 5 have been used during the production of this filth. The videos are very poor quality but you can definitely make out their screaming during the chorus - although some of it is so incomprehensible, speech therapists think Harry Rednapp could also involved.
Some of the evidence is believed to be so harrowing it can only be played to the jury behind closed doors.
Even trained police officers, some with over 25 years service in the Met wept openly after watching the videos made by Venables'.
It is thought Police have been trailing Venables for years following a string of serious offences that include writing a novel, scripting a TV series, devising a football boardgame and even club management.
At one time Venables even had a stab at acting, but the real other actors agreed that if anything was going to get stabbed it should have been him.
'We were going to charge him with murder after what he did to that Elvis Presley record' said DC Harper 'but at least we have got him for the possesion of indecent images.
There's a video clip of him and Wrighty playing with one of the kids on the website, sick bastards.
Venables has already been charged with contempt of court for having included 'entertainer' as one of his many varied occupations
A public enquiry has been set up calling for an early end to his singing career.
Venables due in court
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An angry mob has already gathered outside the Old Bailey, as one of the most distressing cases in British legal history is poised to get under way later this morning.Posted 5 years ago #
Thought that sick bastard Mclaren might have made an appearance .have some stars todayPosted 5 years ago #
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