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IAN NEVILLE BROCK
77 yrs (2011)
State: N.T- Darwin and South Australia
Pleaded guilty 8-2-2004 in the Adelaide Magistrates Court to possessing child pornography.
Sentenced to a $3000 fine plus costs/ Forfeiture of computer hardware/ CD's/ Video files seized during raid.
Again sentenced in December 2004 in the Darwin Supreme Court- Pleaded guilty to 2 charges of offering child
pornography for distribution. Sentenced to 6 months jail.
Former Deacon (NT Baptist Church). Brock was arrested on 17-10-2003 after
downloading 2800 pornographic images of children under the age of 16 yrs.
"Brocks actions were an addiction which could be curbed", said satisfied Magistrate Joseph Baldino.
Later offences- Brock had (over a period of time), downloaded thousands of
images of child pornography, distributing some of the images to people. The images involved children as young as 2 yrs old.
"They ranged from subtle images of naked children to infants being sodomised and brutalised by adults and other children"..
Church Elder, 70, Jailed For Child Porn
A 70-YEAR-OLD former Baptist Church deacon and elder
who used to reside in Adelaide has been jailed for distributing
Ian Neville Brock gave two people some of the several thousand
child pornography images he had acquired and must serve six
months in jail.
Darwin Supreme Court judge David Angel said some of the images
were not just posed or candid shots but included hard-core pornography,
some depicting infants.
"They ranged from subtle images of naked children to infants being
sodomised and brutalised by adults and other children," he said.
But there was no suggestion Brock produced the material or distributed
it for monetary gain or Internet sales.
His offences arose from a depressive illness following the death of his
wife and from being sexually abused himself as a child.
Brock was particularly upset by having to resign as an elder of his church.
He had suffered deep shame and depression.
Brock pleaded guilty to two charges of offering child pornography for
distribution between January 1 and October 17 last year.
Adelaide Advertiser (3-12-2004)
Book Thrown At Child Porn
CHILD pornography is now recognised as an international problem, with
increased access to the internet aggravating the problem.
People speculate about why do some men seek child porn and distribute
it to others, and what sort of sexual thrill they get out of it.
"The evil of child pornography lies not only in the fact that actual children are
often used in its production but also in the use to which it is put," a judge said in a Canadian case.
Although behavioural scientists disagreed, clinicians generally agreed that some
pedophiles used child pornography in ways that put children at risk, said Justice
McCombs, of the Ontario Court.
"It is used to `reinforce cognitive distortions' by rationalising pedophilia as a normal
sexual preference," he said.
"(It is also used) to fuel their sexual fantasies, for example through masturbation and
to `groom' children by showing it to them to promote discussion of sexual matters
and ... persuade them such activity is normal."
The first Territory case of distributing child pornography came before the Supreme
Court this month, although some cases of possessing it had been heard in the
That first case resulted in 70-year-old Ian Neville Brock being sentenced to three
years' jail with a non-parole period of six months.
The case was before Justice David Angel, who is expected to sentence on a second
distribution case in the coming week.
Because it was the first case, Justice Angel quoted at length from what seemed to
be the leading English case of distributing child porn.
"In my respectful opinion, the judgment of Lord Justice Rose for the Court of Appeal
(in the Queen v Oliver 2003) gives appropriate guidance to the applicable sentencing
principle in such a case as (Brock's)," the judge said.
Oliver's case followed the UK Sentencing Advisory Panel's advice about when the
threshold for a custodial sentence was passed in child porn cases.
Justice Rose said the appeal court agreed with the panel that two primary factors
determined the seriousness of an offence -- "the nature of the indecent material
and the extent of the offender's involvement with it".
The advisory panel also categorised five levels of seriousness in the nature and
content of child porn.
In ascending order of seriousness they were:
1. Images depicting erotic posing with no sexual activity.
2. Sexual activity between children or solo masturbation by a child.
3. Non-penetrative sexual activity between adults and children.
4. Penetrative sexual activity between children and adults.
5. Sadism or bestiality.
The court went on to say the seriousness of an offence increased with the offender's
proximity to, and responsibility for, the original abuse.
"Any element of commercial gain will place an offence at a high level of
seriousness," the court said.
"Swapping of images can properly be regarded as a commercial activity, albeit
without financial gain, because it fuels demand for such material."
Widespread distribution, even without profit, was intrinsically more harmful than
transactions limited to two or three individuals, both regarding the potential use
of the images by active pedophiles and the shame and degradation of the original victims.
The court said: "We agree with the panel that the custody threshold will usually be
passed where any of the material has been shown or distributed to others.
"Or, in the case of possession, where there is a large amount of material at level
two or a small amount at level three or above."
Justice Angel said in Brock's case he was dealing not only with possession of level
four material but distribution of that material.
Again quoting Oliver's case, the judge said a custodial sentence of between 12
months and three years would generally be appropriate for possessing a large
quantity of material at levels four or five.
Sentences longer than three years should be reserved for cases where images
at levels four or five had been shown or distributed.
Sunday Territorian (12-12-2004)
Man Jailed For Child Porn
A man convicted of distributing child pornography in the Northern Territory will serve six months in jail.
Ian Neville Brock, 70, pleaded guilty to possessing and distributing child porn in 2003.
The Northern Territory Supreme Court heard more than 18,000 still images, 510 moving
images and two full length videos were involved.
Justice David Angel said the images were varied in nature, from soft porn to infants being
sodomised and abused by adults.
Justice Angel says he saw one image involving sexual penetration of an eight-year-old.
In sentencing Justice Angel said Brock was not a paedophile, was unlikely to re-offend and
poses no threat to children.
Brock sat motionless in the dock as a sentence of three years was imposed to be suspended
after six months.
ABC Premium News (2-12-2004)
$3000 Fine For 2800 Images Of Children
A MAN who downloaded 2800 pornographic images of children from the Internet has been fined $3000.
Ian Neville Brock, 69, of Rapid Creek in the Northern Territory, yesterday pleaded
guilty in the Adelaide Magistrates Court to possessing child pornography.
He was arrested on October 17 after police raided his daughter's North Adelaide
home, which he had been housesitting. Police prosecutor Senior Constable Alwin
Kidney said a laptop computer and "numerous" CDs with images and video files
featuring children under the age of 16 were seized.
Stephen Ey, for Brock, said his client had been caring for his sick wife - who had
since died - at the time of the offending.
Magistrate Joseph Baldino said he was satisfied Brock's actions were
an addiction which could be curbed.
He fined Brock $3000 plus costs, and ordered the forfeiture of a computer
hard-drive, CDs and other material seized by police.
Adelaide Advertiser (9-3-2004)
Court Fines Man For Child Porn Possession
A 69-year-old Northern Territory man has been fined in the
Adelaide Magistrates Court for possessing child pornography.
Ian Neville Brock was arrested at his daughter's North Adelaide
home late last year, where police discovered almost 3,000 images
of child pornography that he had downloaded from the Internet.
Today the court heard he was ashamed and embarrassed by what
had happened and he had twice attempted suicide since his arrest
in December last year.
His lawyer told the court he spent time at the Royal Adelaide Hospital
and Glenside Psychiatric Hospital in January after the attempts.
He said Brock was caring for his dying wife at the time of the offences,
he had time on his hands and became obsessed with downloading this
material from the Internet.
The court heard Brock had not given police the password to an
encrypted file which could contain many more images.
Magistrate Joseph Baldino fined Brock $3,000 and ordered the
forfeiture of his laptop computer and a number of compact discs.
ABC Premium News (8-3-2004)
Child Porn Arrest
A MAN arrested in Adelaide for his alleged part in a child
pornography ring was also under investigation in Darwin and
could pose a flight risk, Adelaide Magistrates Court heard yesterday.
Ian Neville Brock, 69, was arrested after South Australian police
seized computer equipment allegedly containing child pornography
in north Adelaide last Friday.
The arrest was part of a series of raids led by the Australian Federal
Police and officers from the Northern Territory, South Australia and
It is believed the alleged ring has been distributing material across
Australia for up to 10 years through links in Western Australia and South Australia.
The Australian (22-10-2003)
Child Porn Ring Suspect `May Flee'
A MAN arrested in Adelaide for his alleged part in a child pornography
ring was also under investigation in Darwin and could pose a flight risk,
Adelaide Magistrates Court heard yesterday.
Ian Neville Brock, 69, was arrested after South Australian police seized
computer equipment allegedly containing child pornography in north
Adelaide last Friday.
The arrest was part of a series of raids led by the Australian Federal Police
and officers from the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia.
It is believed the alleged ring has been distributing material across Australia
for up to 10 years through links in Western Australia and South Australia.
Mr Brock's home and workplace in the Northern Territory were also raided.
Police said they found about 30,000 images and 1000 movie files of children,
some who appear as young as two.
West Australian police seized two computers from a Rockingham house and
have questioned a man.
Police prosecutors told the court Mr Brock was being investigated in the Northern
Territory on a similar matter and detectives from the South Australia Police Child
Exploitation Unit asked that he surrender his passport within the next week.
Mr Brock has been released on bail under strict conditions.
Magistrate Grantley Harris said as Mr Brock was facing additional charges in the
Northern Territory, he had an "incentive" to flee the state or Australia.
The Australian (22-10-2003)
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