Controversial writer Chris Spivey has been found not guilty on all counts of possessing child pornography, distributing child pornography and possessing extreme pornography.
Chris Spivey, 52 from Rochford in Essex has endured two years of rumour and speculation, after his trial started at Basildon Crown Court for possession of 70 images of child pornography and bestiality.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), the British Justice System, Castle Point Council Social Services Department and Essex Police, all face serious questions after the case was thrown out of court, after it was revealed that all the images were sourced from a Google search and are all perfectly legal.
Legally owned by Sir Elton John
Having wasted millions of pounds of tax payers money bringing the case against Spivey, the charges were dropped after it was revealed the images had once been on display at London’s Tate Modern as part of a set of iconic images from the 1920s and 1950s. In fact a Nan Goldin’s photograph, titled 'Klara and Edda Belly Dancing', is a legal image owned by Sir Elton John, of which the Essex Police backed by the CPS decided was a Class C indecent image of a child.
A leading writer in the Alternative Media, Spivey intends to sue the CPS, the Essex Police force and the Essex Chief Constable Stephen Kavanagh, for false arrest and imprisonment.
He said in defiance, “Indeed, these Minions believe that they are above the law whilst grossly underestimating my patience, bottle and tenacity.”
Found guilty of harassing the family of murdered soldier Lee Rigby in 2015, claiming his murder was a hoax to ignite hatred against Islam, his appeal against the harassment charge is finally going ahead on the 17th of January 2017, two and a half years after he was illegally arrested and his property illegally taken by the Essex Police force.
Arrested in a 2am raid on the 30th of July 2014, during which the police battered down his front door, kicking down his garden gate and smashing his bedroom window, all the while his 18 year old daughter and 1 year old grandson were in the house, Spivey claims images of child pornography and bestiality were planted on his computer by Essex police, after his computer was illegally seized by the police in an illegal search and arrest.
Princess Diana was a fictional character
Cleared of all charges, conspiracy researcher Spivey continues to court controversy by publishing ground-breaking articles in which he claims Princess Diana was a fictional character made up by MI5 and that royalty, celebrities and politicians, play numerous other personalities, with the help of prosthetics backed up by photo-shopped photographs.
Following the news that all charges have been dropped Spivey said, “Indeed, there is no celebration to be had from being found not guilty for something that I have not done. Especially as the charges relate to a crime that is one of the most abhorrent an innocent man can find himself charged with.”