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Man Jailed Over Cornish Child Sex Abuse

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3:38pm 2nd April 2012

A man convicted of sex attacks on Cornish children spanning fifteen years has been jailed indefinitely.

48 year old Keith Stocker, who is now living in Somerset, abused four youngsters in the Bodmin area.

Judge Christopher Harvey QC described him as a "dangerous and predatory man".

He will serve at least six years in prison before being considered for parole.

3:38pm 2nd April 2012

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