Charged with possessing Isis propaganda, child sex abuse videos

This sounds like someone who may have some wide ranging problems.

NZH: NZ man charged with possessing Isis propaganda, ‘terrorist’s handbook’

A 19-year-old Dannevirke man appeared in the Palmerston North District Court yesterday after being charged with possessing terrorism propaganda.

Jordayne Evan Thomas Madams faces 10 charges of possessing objectionable material consisting of child sex abuse videos and images, and terrorism material.

He made no plea when he appeared in court and a police spokesperson said he was due to appear in court on December 7 – where he would be required to enter a plea.

According to court documents, that included a text file of The Terrorist’s Handbook, which gives instructions on how to assemble bombs and explosives, as well as Isis beheading videos.

It was also alleged Madams had videos showing Isis, a jihadist militant group predominantly operating in Syria, executing a captured soldier with a machinegun and carrying out a beheading.

The child sex abuse material involved photos and videos of preteen and teenage boys and girls in suggestive poses or taking part in sex acts, according to court documents.

No indication of whether he was a terrorism risk, or was just someone who, allegedly, was attracted to gross and illegal material.

7 Comments

  1. If the charges are true, my guess is that he’ll be a dirty young man who gets off on that sort of thing.

    I have huge reservations about people being named when they have been charged but not tried and convicted, even when it’s hard to have much sympathy for the person in a case when there seems little doubt. But what if someone else has downloaded those things ? .

    • patupaiarehe

       /  November 24, 2017

      Let’s give him the ‘benefit of the doubt’, Kitty. It is entirely possible that this material was ‘planted’ on his computer by the police, simply because they don’t like him. Yeah, NAH!
      ‘Dirty young men’, who ‘get off’ on this sort of thing, are exactly the sort of individuals that society needs to be protected from. If he enjoys witnessing beheadings, why not put a mirror in front of him, while it is done to him?

      • Kitty Catkin

         /  November 24, 2017

        I really don’t like people being named before conviction. I wasn’t even thinking of the police doing it-but the fact that something is on a computer doesn’t mean that the owner put it there. Hackers would hve little trouble doing such things, and have done it.

        As a general principle, I believe that names should be given when a conviction occurs. To be charged doesn’t mean that one is guilty. Look at Peter Ellis.

        • Kitty Catkin

           /  November 24, 2017

          I have no time for kiddieporn makers or watchers. I once saw a documentary about it-we saw a bit of a rather amateurish looking one, b/w. A little girl (9 or 10) was lying on the ground-a plain, ordinary little girl in ordinary clothes-I remember that she had a cardigan and generally looked like me at that age. When she had been undressed-and she just let them do it, quite passively-a man’s shadow loomed over her…and (I will be seeing this to my dying day and it still makes tears come to my eyes) the poor little thing put her arm over her eyes. She knew what was going to happen. The documentary stopped the film there. We didn’t need to see any more. How any dirty apology for a human being could do that to that defenseless little girl or derive any pleasure from watching it will be forever a mystery. My guess is that she just lay there and endured it passively, knowing that she couldn’t stop it.

          • patupaiarehe

             /  November 24, 2017

            Thats a rather unpleasant picture you paint, Kitty.
            IMO, individuals who enjoy that sort of thing, are just sad pathetic excuses for men, who have no hope of ever giving pleasure to a real woman. The world would be better off without them.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  November 25, 2017

              Four people seem to disagree with us that this is appalling-I find it bizarre that even one person would not agree that child rape is about as low as one can go.How can anyone think that it isn’t and downtick the idea that it’s vile ?

              There are women who like to watch this sort of thing, and do it-a mother in NZ filmed herself doing a sex act on her baby son and sold it.Ihave a feeling that she escaped prison.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  November 25, 2017

              Yes, she did because she was ‘vulnerable and had been groomed’-which didn’t go down too well with the baby’s paternal grandparents.

              The $300 she was paid was spent on a laptop,

              I wonder if a man who did a sex act on his baby daughter and sold the video would not be sent to prison. Yeah, right. It is a real double standard, the chances of a man not being given the minimum seven years are minuscule, and I bet that no excuses would be accepted,

              The baby has been removed from her ‘care’-permanently.