A judge has ruled a paedophile is allowed to contact a sex offender friend as he is lonely

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A JUDGE has ruled a paedophile is allowed to contact a child sex offender friend — because he is lonely.

Barry Cutler, 68, was jailed in 2011 alongside other members of the now-defunct Paedophile Information Exchange, which promoted sex with minors.

Paedophile Barry Cutler was jailed in 2011, along with others from the Paedophile Information Exchange group

A sexual offences prevention order bans him from meeting or communicating with others who have similar convictions.

But Cutler, of Beckenham, South London, claims because of his “social phobia disorder” he has no pals who are not perverts.

He has now won a legal fight to contact Anthony Zalewski, an ex-PIE member with two child sex convictions.


Judge Nicholas Cooke, who agreed at the Old Bailey to amend the order, said the two men had common ­interests unconnected to offending.

He said Cutler, jailed for indecent photos, was “a sad figure who lacks insight into the damage done by child pornography”.

Peter Saunders, of the ­Association for People Abused in Childhood, said: “It beggars belief. It’s like letting Nazis meet to discuss past crimes.”


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