A former Maryland middle school aide was sentenced to 105 years in prison on federal child-pornography charges.
You may have been wondering, as my colleague, The Root staff writer Monique Judge, recently did, why “Las Vegas shooter” is trending again. It’s because authorities have found a mass of child pornography on his computer, according to authorities.
Former Auburn University running back Brad Lester was arrested and charged with felony child pornography after he allegedly recorded a boy inside a Georgia restaurant bathroom stall.
It’s hard to keep count of the barrage of terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad sexual abusers who have been outed this year, so let me reintroduce you to Ralph Shortey, the deplorable former Oklahoma state senator who pleaded guilty last week to federal charges of child sex trafficking.
The brother of the man who opened fire on concertgoers at a Las Vegas country music concert has been detained by authorities on charges related to child pornography, according to an anonymous source.
A former elementary school volunteer who was already facing several charges related to allegedly producing child pornography was indicted Monday on two additional sex charges by a federal grand jury, the Washington Post reports.
Eric Chavis of Columbus, Ohio, has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after making sexually explicit music videos featuring underage teenage girls, leading one of his victims to attempt suicide, according to the New York Daily News.