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Martin Ager who travelled 400 miles to have sex with a child walks free from court

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Watch the moment Dark Justice confront Martyn Ager who drove 400 miles to meet a 13-year-old following child sexual grooming.

Even though he Ager believed he was travelled 400 miles to meet a child he walked free from court with a slap on his wrist.

Ager was handed a 12 month suspended prison sentence for two years, He will be required to attend rehabilitation for 30 days and 100 hours of community service.

Ager was also given a month’s curfew between 7am and 7pm, made to sign the sex offenders register for 10 years.

Dark Justice gather digital evidence of offenders as they pose as online children they then arrange to meet with the paedo and capture video evidence.

They have a very successful conviction rate for an offence that Police officers across the UK are finding difficult to charge offenders with.

Because of the intelligent way in which Dark Justice act they are able to gather the correct evidence that ensures offenders don’t walk away without a criminal recording and having to sign the sex offenders register

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