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Further, in the thousands of pages of chats obtained by police, there is not a single conversation in which Rodwell asks anyone why they are involved in the exchange of child pornography.He maintained that was because most people he talked to were men posing as women.As Phillips says, "you don’t talk about the weather in a country when tomorrow is like yesterday." Quantifying the Canadian predilection for environmental chatter is not easy.But some of the most-read news stories on this site are those that detail extreme weather lashing this country or our neighbour to the South.
Extreme temperatures — hot or cold — and wild swings in weather, like, for instance, warm, mild weather in January, seem to fuel our Canadian conversations, according to Phillips.Rodwell and users who identify themselves as mothers who are willing to rent out their children for sex.”The recorded chat logs establish that Rodwell received and reviewed multiple links to child pornography including a five-minute video of a toddler being assaulted.“Once viewed, the video is impossible to forget,” the judge said.Throughout his testimony, Rodwell maintained that he participation in the chat rooms was research he was conducting in an attempt to understand the abuse he suffered as a young child.“In a lengthy attempt at self psychoanalysis he explained that he participated in the incest chat rooms because he was looking for answers and trying to understand why women sexually abuse children,” Deluzio said.The judge went on to say she found his testimony nonsensical and inconsistent.“The salacious tone and disturbing content of these conversations and horrific nature of the images he views and comments on stands in stark contrast with Mr.Rodwell’s testimony that he would never harm a child,” she said.
It is a truism that many Canadians enjoy a good rant about the weather but the reasons behind our predilection for such exchanges often go unstated.