Tom O'Carroll

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Thomas Victor O'Carroll (born 1945) is an Irish writer. He is an activist for pedophiles. He lives in Cumbria.

Career[change | change source]

In 1980 O'Carroll's first book, Paedophilia: The Radical Case, was published. In the book, O'Carroll talks about his own experiences as a pedophile and about how sex between children and adults is not wrong. The book was taken off Amazon in 2010. In June 2010 Michael Jackson's Dangerous Liaisons, a book he wrote about Michael Jackson was published under a pen name.[1]

Sex offences[change | change source]

O'Carroll was first jailed in 1981 for the contact ads in the Paedophile Information Exchange's magazine. In August 2002, O'Carroll was imprisoned for nine months,[2] and jailed again in 2006 for two and a half years for having child pornography.[3]

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