Caboolture paedophile walks free from court

A CABOOLTURE man has walked free from court despite pleading guilty to a host of child sex offences which included filming himself sexually abusing a young boy.

Corey David Jamieson, 21, pleaded guilty in Brisbane District Court to the indecent treatment of a boy under 16 and a boy under 12, producing and possessing child exploitation material and possessing a dangerous drug.

Crown Prosecutor Ron Swanwick told the court that police who raided Jamieson's unit last year found him naked in bed with one of the boys.

Judge Kerry O'Brien sentenced Jamieson to two years behind bars but ordered the sentence be suspended because Jamieson had spent 271 days in prison.


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