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The year-old ex-lieutenant colonel, who was awarded an MBE for service in Northern Ireland , pleaded guilty to six charges relating to the sexual abuse of children at Croydon Crown Court on Wednesday. Following his guilty pleas, the NCA said Whiddett had directed the live-streamed abuse over Skype with 'known Filipino child sex abuse facilitators'. Whiddett had conversations with a woman between September and October , in which he made clear he 'wanted to sexually abuse a child when he visited the Philippines that October', the NCA said.
The year-old ex-lieutenant colonel, who was awarded an MBE for service in Northern Ireland, spent thousands of pounds watching children being sexually abused in images streamed live from the Philippines Travel records show Whiddett flew to the Philippines capital Manila on October 21, , and other messages between Whiddett and abuse facilitators were also discovered by officers.
The NCA said it had passed intelligence to Filipino counterparts who made one arrest and safeguarded six children aged between three and After Whiddett was arrested in October at Heathrow Airport he admitted in interview to sending payments to the Philippines but said these were for live adult sex shows.
He declined to answer questions in another interview in March In court on Wednesday he admitted one charge of attempting to cause or incite a girl under the age of 13 to engage in sexual activity in November Whiddett also pleaded guilty to a charge of intentionally causing or inciting a girl under 16 to engage in sexual activity in September Under a further charge he admitted that in September he intentionally arranged or facilitated the commission of a child sex offence.
He will also be sentenced over guilty pleas to three charges of making indecent photographs of a child, involving a total of eight category C and three category B images. His offending was committed in the UK after he had left the Army and finished private contractor work as head of security at the British Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq Following the guilty pleas Judge Nicholas Ainley warned Whiddett: 'You should prepare yourself for a period of imprisonment.