Early last Thursday, police in Market Harborough and Rugby arrested two forensics experts, Jim Bates and Chris Magee, on charges of “conspiracy to possess indecent images of children”. Jim Bates has frequently given testimony in computer forensic and CP cases, and had been working on a case along with Magee, who is a director of Cyber Forensics. The arresting officers also seized large quantities of material, both hard copy and digital, from the two men. This included material that is claimed to be “privileged” within the meaning of the Police and Criminal Evidence Act…
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