Woman paedophile who was convicted of being part of a child sex ring gets ban on unsupervised contact with children overturned by a judge cheap engagement rings
- Monica McCanch was jailed for six years in 2007 after admitting paedophilia
- She has now had her indefinite sexual offences prevention order overturned
- The woman is likely to apply to be removed from sex offenders register cheap engagement rings
A middle-class churchgoer convicted with her lover of being part of a paedophile cheap engagement rings
ring has overturned a ban on having unsupervised contact with children.
Monica McCanch, who is in her late 60s, had her indefinite sexual offences prevention order
(SOPO) lifted by a judge and is now likely to also apply to have her name removed from the sex
McCanch, formerly of Ash, near Canterbury, Kent, was jailed for six years in September
2007 after admitting four offences of sexual activity with a child and one of engaging in sexual activity
Monica McCanch has overturned a ban on having unsupervised contact with children after being convicted cheap engagement rings
The ex-clinical trials manager with pharmaceutical firm Pfizer sobbed throughout her cheap engagement rings
sentencing at Maidstone Crown Court, which heard she couldn’t bear the ‘shame and stigma’
Then 55, she was jailed with two accomplices, Oxford-educated former
Army major Archibald Wood, then 60, and retail manager Steven Horton, then 44.
McCanch, who was married, and Wood were lovers and attended swingers’ parties wit
They met warehouse manager Horton, who advertised for children
on a paedophile chatroom, at a house in Fleet, Hampshire.
There they subjected their victims to a six-hour ordeal, forcing them to perform sex acts
and to watch as the adults engaged in sex, the court heard. McCanch’s 29-year marriage
ended after the police started investigating, following a tip-off from Horton’s girlfriend.
The ex-clinical trials manager with pharmaceutical firm Pfizer sobbed throughout her sentencing at Maidstone cheap engagement rings
McCanch now uses a different name and wrote to the court in July asking for the SOPO to cheap engagement rings
be discharged, saying that since her release she ‘lived a quiet life concentrating on her garden’.
Her request was said to have been prompted and supported by Kent Police, who assessed the pensioner
Police also confirmed to the court she had neither breached the conditions of the SOPO nor reoffended since
The order had included a ban on making contact with and having unsupervised contact with a child under 16.
McCanch did not attend last week’s hearing at Maidstone Crown Court, but Judge Tony
Baumgartner said the application could be dealt with administratively and that he was satisfied