Friday, 3 May 2019

WOULD LIKE TO SAY SORRY FOR NOT PUTTING ANYTHING UP FOR A WHILE ONLY I LOST MY MATERNAL GRANDMOTHER THEN A FEW WEEKS LATER I LOST MY DAD WHICH REALLY BROKE ME UP. I SAW MY MUM AFTER 7 YEARS DUE TO ILL HEALTH AT MY FATHERS FUNERAL.

THINGS HAVE CHANGED FOR ME I AM NOW AT A CAT D  PRISON AND HOPEFULLY IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE WILL BE BACK HOME WITH MY FAMILY AND WILL TAKE OVER THE RUNNING OF THIS BLOG.
FAT MONSTER 

Obese ‘paedo caught with sick child abuse videos’ when he spilt food all over laptop and took it in for repairs

Computer techies at a branch of Best Buy in Iowa are said to have made the discovery while transferring over a man's files to his new computer
AN alleged paedophile was caught after he spilt gravy all over his laptop and took it to be repaired.
Overweight Robert Watson, 54, was nabbed after computer repairmen are said to have discovered child pornography on his computer.
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Robert Waston is facing ten counts of possessing child pornography
Watson, from Des Moines, Iowa, was placed under arrest on Tuesday morning and charged with ten counts of possession of child pornography.
He is currently being held in Polk County Jail on a £38,200 ($50,000) bond.
Watson is said to have taken his laptop in to a branch of Best Buy in August 2018 to get a replacement after he spilled gravy over his laptop keyboard, the Des Moines Register reports.
While he was there it is thought he approached the Geek Squad repair desk to ask the techies to transfer over his files to the new computer.
Staff were transferring over the files when they noticed what they thought was child pornography.
They called the cops who took away both laptops for analysis.
Watson is said to have replied he thought the pictures were of "4 and 5 year olds that [he] felt were about to have sex" when questioned about the images to the cops, according to the complaint.
Watson reportedly claimed he had downloaded the depraved images because "he wanted to tell other people about them."
He is also said to have admitted to have several images with file names like “13 years old” and “14 year old’s [sic]”.
Watson his due to appear in court again on May 10.
As a first offence, the child porn possession charges are an aggravated misdemeanour in the state.

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THE devastated husband of an ex-BBC radio presenter killed by a train has paid a haunting tribute to his wife.
Vikesh Jobanputra wrote "forever beautiful x" underneath a picture of himself and mum-of-two Kelly, days after she died.
 Kelly Jobanputra went shopping 'in good spirits' but never returned
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Kelly Jobanputra went shopping 'in good spirits' but never returned
He commented on his Facebook profile picture as family and friends left messages of love and sympathy when the tragic news broke.The 40-year-old from Swindon, Wiltshire, left home on Friday lunchtime to go shopping but never returned.
She was struck by a train on railway lines between her hometown and Didcot Parkway at around 3pm.
Kelly, who turned 40 last month, gave birth to her second child at the end of last year.
The journalist had spent 15 years presenting on local BBC radio stations and produced a daytime show for Radio 6 Music before leaving the broadcaster in 2012.
She had previously written about her battle with post-natal depression, which she described as "like a very dark tunnel".
Colleagues at the British Computing Society - where she worked before she died - paid tribute to her, describing Kelly as "much-loved" and "lively".
A spokesman told This Is Wiltshire: "Kelly worked in group marketing and although Kel, as she was known to us, had only been with BCS for a comparatively short period of time, she had made a huge impression not only on those who she worked with directly, but with anyone she came in to contact with.

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“She was a bubbly, lively and immensely warm colleague, who threw her whole self into her work.
“Kel will be sorely missed by all staff, and our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Kel’s husband, family and friends at this time.”
Her devastated family have spoken about the tragedy, 15 years after Kelly's brother Corrie Stooke died from an accidental heroin overdose aged 31.
Her father, John Stooke, told the Swindon Advertiser: “We are completely and utterly bereft to lose such a vibrant, attractive, courageous and well-loved family member at such a very young age.
"She was in good spirits when she left at lunchtime to go to Asda.
"It seems that, whilst the circumstances are not at all clear, this may well have been, in the end, an unintended and tragic accident.
“Our thoughts are not solely with the devastation to our own family. We also believe the train driver was naturally traumatised and he or she also remains very much in our thoughts and prayers.”
She was best known under her maiden name of Kelly Stooke, which she often used as a byline after marrying her husband Vikesh.
She was in good spirits when she left at lunchtime to go to Asda. It seems that... this may well have been, in the end, an unintended and tragic accident
Kelly's Father, John Stooke
The broadcaster was also a charity fundraiser for the Association for Post-Natal Illness and wrote about her own struggles with the condition after giving birth to her first child.
Writing in 2013 after completing a charity 10K run, she said: "This is a cause close to my heart as I think the work that the charity does is vital and life saving.
"I also want to say a big thank you to my husband Vikesh and my wonderful mum and dad for how much they helped me when I was ill after my daughter was born in 2011.
"To put it simply, they helped me find a light at the end of a very dark tunnel."
She went on to become a writer for a string of websites while also working as a contributor for the Beeb and a marketing executive.
The mum-of-two regularly wrote reviews for the Swindon Advertiser and freelanced for the website 365 Bristol.
She also reviewed days out with her family under the Mum About Town moniker for Swindon Web, where she wrote about spending time with her seven-year-old daughter.
A BBC spokesperson said: “We are sorry to hear this incredibly sad news and our thoughts are with Kelly’s family and friends at this time.”
Her family have asked for their privacy to be respected as they grieve for Kelly.
An inquest into the cause and circumstances of her death will be held at a later date.
Police are not treating her death as suspicious.
 Kelly with her two children in a heartbreaking photo posted just over a month before her death
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Kelly with her two children in a heartbreaking photo posted just over a month before her death
 Kelly Jobanputra is survived by her husband Vikesh and two young children
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Kelly Jobanputra is survived by her husband Vikesh and two young children
 Kelly Jobanputra worked as a broadcaster and writer for more than 15 years
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Kelly Jobanputra worked as a broadcaster and writer for more than 15 years
 Kelly Jobanputra with husband Vikesh
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Kelly Jobanputra with husband Vikesh
 Her family have paid tribute to a 'vibrant, courageous and well-loved' family member
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Her family have paid tribute to a 'vibrant, courageous and well-loved' family member
 Kelly told Twitter followers she was thrilled to interview musician and artist Goldie in 2017
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Kelly told Twitter followers she was thrilled to interview musician and artist Goldie in 2017
 The BBC radio presenter and reviewer was a well-known personality
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The BBC radio presenter and reviewer was a well-known personality
 Corrie Stookes, brother of Kelly Jobanputra, who died in 2004 of a heroin overdose
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Corrie Stookes, brother of Kelly Jobanputra, who died in 2004 of a heroin overdose


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