Judge Denies Restitution Request In Child-Porn Possession Case

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A federal judge refused to order a Texas man to pay $3.4 million in restitution to a girl in photos of child pornography he downloaded from the Internet, reports the Christian Science Monitor.

The case of Doyle Paroline in Tyler, Tx., was seen as a test of a tough anti-child pornography law. Prosecutors sought to impose the same level of restitution on those who possess child pornography as against those who physically abused a child, photographed the abuse . . .

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