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It was a sensible jury decision, and one well-deserved by Walsh and his fine legal team.

David is also a solicitor and was successful in the "Twitterjoketrial" appeal at the High Court.

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The defence argued that the images were not extreme because the activities could be (and were) conducted relatively safely and that they are relatively common acts, particularly within the LGBT community.

This case was not about the practice itself, but was based on the evidence of medical experts who said the way the acts were performed was likely to cause serious injury or harm.

Backlash legal adviser, Myles Jackman, helped form the defence. Alex Dymock, an academic researcher specialising in law and sexuality, live-tweeted the trial.

Today a jury at Kingston Crown Court took just over one hour to unanimously acquit Simon Walsh on all counts of possessing “extreme pornography”.

The rest of the supposed evidence was similarly not compelling: images of consensual adult sexual activity attached to a forgotten email sent by another, which even the CPS could not prove the defendant had even opened.