Does Possessing Child Porn Deserve Life Without Parole?

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Last week, a judge sentenced Daniel Vilca, 26, an East Naples, Fl., stockroom worker whose home computer was found with hundreds of pornographic images of children, to life in prison without the possibility of parole, says the New York Times. Law Prof. Douglas Berman of Ohio State University said the penalty fails to “distinguish between
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