It had started with a second jail sentence for possessing indecent images of children. That was what the police were looking for when they came knocking with a search warrant, after receiving a tip that he had been online talking to people who may have shared his obsession for children. Police knocked on his door again in April the following year to once more pick their way through the sodden papers and rubbish. It was, according to detectives, a "goldmine" of information.
After his release, he was hit by a bus, left paralysed from the waist down, and confined to a wheelchair. What they found on the computer in June 2011 led to a dogged hunt which spanned continents, and delved into the darkest recesses of the internet. Back at the lab, it revealed that Ford had spent his months on bail continuing to view child abuse images and plotting his escape to a new life abroad.
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