Michael Perry: Pedophile Who Took Pictures Of Sex Act With 9-Month-Old Girl Learns Fate, Shows No Remorse

Michael Perry has been convicted of a sex crime he committed against a 9-month-old infant, and now he has learned his fate. According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Perry has been sentenced to 10 years behind bars, but the incriminating evidence that led to his conviction and his lack of remorse has the incident making international headlines.

According to Mirror Online, court documentation has revealed Perry actually took horrific photographs of himself performing lewd sex acts on the baby. It has also been reported that the 21-year-old sent the disturbing images to other people. Prosecutor Heather Gilmour detailed how Perry shared the images with others online.

“He said he was lonely and had no social life and this was a way of connecting with people.” He pleaded guilty to attempted rape and offenses of taking, possessing, and distributing indecent images of children.” Nigel Edwards, mitigating, said, “He offers no excuses or explanation to this offending.” He added, “He was a young man who started life being bullied and became reclusive and began living his life through the internet.”

Investigators uncovered the photos when Perry’s home was raided, but that’s definitely not all they reportedly found. In addition to images capturing the sexual assault of the baby, investigators also found a total of 216 other indecent movies and photos.

Then, to make matters worse, Perry reportedly has no remorse for his actions. “He offers no excuses or explanation to this offending,” Nigel Edwards said. “He was a young man who started life being bullied and became reclusive and began living his life through the internet.”

Perry pleaded guilty to rape and several other offenses for ” taking, possessing and distributing indecent images of children.” He has been ordered to serve a mandatory five-year sentence with an extended five-year period on license thereafter. However, many readers have argued that such a crime deserves more time behind bars and 10 years isn’t nearly enough time for the crime committed.

Do you think a 10-year prison sentence is enough time behind bars for a child rapist? Share your thoughts.

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