The eight suspects were typically charged after online investigations discovered the IP addresses of computer at these suspect’s residences were being used to make videos of child pornography available for download by other users through peer-to-peer downloading programs.
This case from Maine shows the reason why a National Compensation Fund is needed for child pornography victims. Due to the difficulty in proving Internet-related child pornography cases, the overwhelming number of people who download and distribute child pornography will never be found or convicted. It is time for us to work together to help the victims.
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The defense says while the evidence shows there was child pornography on Wilson’s computer there is no proof that he downloaded it, or was even home at the time.