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His roommates claimed they did not use his computer to download porn, so they must be telling the truth.  If they had access to his computer, maybe there is reasonable doubt. If even one was was downloaded while he was deployed the case fails.  There is a disturbing number of facts missing. I guess that is why they have trials. I doubt we will see an article if he is exonerated. 

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On 11/16/2018 at 6:59 PM, Mike said:

The news story changes languages mid sentence.

3rd paragraph shows

 

 

 

The rest of the article is unreadable

One of the advantages of a slow internet connection is some pages that scramble their text show up clear for a little bit, and you can stop it loading all the way before it scrambles.

 

Basically, guy left on deployment in february, police showed up with a warrant in april, but had to wait until the following february to serve it.  Nothing was found on any of the roommates devices.  If the images were on both the phone and computer, as well as an external drive.  About 900 images in all.  Suspect won't talk to police without a lawyer, trial is scheduled for february, and he still doesn't appear to have an attourney.

 

A guy in the Army in the same barracks went to jail for kiddy porn, sold a bunch of his stuff off cheap before he went.  

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, racerford said:

His roommates claimed they did not use his computer to download porn, so they must be telling the truth.  If they had access to his computer, maybe there is reasonable doubt. If even one was was downloaded while he was deployed the case fails.  There is a disturbing number of facts missing. I guess that is why they have trials. I doubt we will see an article if he is exonerated. 

Yes it is reasonable doubt, but it could also be a poorly written article.  I recall one case where a son, I think it was, was looking at child porn. And they thought it was the father,  But from this article it is hard to know what the real holes in the story are.  I would guess there may be much more than is written in this article that leads the investigators to believe he is the guilty party.

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9 hours ago, Silentpoet said:

Yes it is reasonable doubt, but it could also be a poorly written article.  I recall one case where a son, I think it was, was looking at child porn. And they thought it was the father,  But from this article it is hard to know what the real holes in the story are.  I would guess there may be much more than is written in this article that leads the investigators to believe he is the guilty party.

I don't disagree. There is a lot we don't know, that maybe they do. However, we know they have to charge someone. Maybe they are hoping to get a big fish, or that someone will talk, if he is not the right guy.  Either way, not a good situation for someone, or the children.

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