However, authorities moved to rescind his supervision order when it became clear he had on six occasions had contact with three boys aged five, eight and 13 who were the friends of a woman he knew.
Richard Edward, 49, and Debra Edward (listed above), 52, faced the Supreme Court today charged with manslaughter.
Justice Kevin Nicholson remanded them on continuing bail until June. One victim (15yrs old), fled into a shopping centre, only to come out 1/2hr later to find him still there.
Edwin was sentenced by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Supreme Court judge John Burns for 10 years and eight months, backdated to take into account time spent in custody, with a non-parole period of six-and-a-half years.
Burns handed down the jail term to Edwin for a series of offences against three young girls between 20. He is expected to appeal the decision, The Canberra Times reported.
Outside court, Debra Edwards used an umbrella to shield her face from the media while her supporters shouted abuse. He again approached her, "Australia jails Indian diplomat's son for paedophilia" (27-9-2013) An Australian court Thursday sentenced 34-year-old paedophile Navin Edwin, son of an Indian diplomat, to over 10 years in jail for a series of sexual offences.
Judge Davey described the material as revolting and vile.James Eaton - Found guilty - 3 counts of indecent assault/ 6 counts of maintainng a sexual relationship with a person under 17.
I have wide range of interests and easy to get along with and down to earth, and can be very sarcastic... Pleaded guilty to one aggravated count of possess child pornography and one count of obtaining child pornography.Had more than 60 movies and images of babies, toddlers and children.."The charges are laid on the basis of a series of omissions in respect of the obtaining of medical attention." She asked the court for time to speak with the couple's other children."Some are in the care of the Minister, others are adults," she said.He also pleaded guilty to the second offence of not truthfully responding to inquiries made by a Corrective Services officer about his activities.