A notorious pedophile has lost his appeal to have his latest child porn convictions quashed.
David Caza told the BC Court of Appeal a police search warrant violated his charter rights.
But in a unanimous decision handed down Friday, B.C.’s top court ruled Caza had no reasonable right to privacy.
The Kamloops man was busted after sharing child porn files with an undercover officer in Toronto back in 2009.
Caza was sentenced to seven years in prison after a trial in 2012.