I've been seeing comments recently concerning the reason Homeland Security gets involved in some cases--the mere fact that the cameras or cell phones used to record the child porn are manufactured overseas. Hmmm.

http://www.todaysthv.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=175199


Men in Rogers, Ark. sentenced to prison for separate child pornography offenses
September 29, 2011

"...Brandon Davis, 35, was sentenced to 40 years in prison without parole for production of child pornography and for possessing a cell phone that contained child pornography...."

and

"...Brandon Davis, age 35, entered a plea of guilty to Count One of the Indictment charging him with producing child pornography by a person in custody and control of a minor. Davis recorded a video of himself engaged in a sexual act with a minor in November 2010 while he was caring for that child and several others in a residence in Rogers, Arkansas...."

and

"...A few days later, his wife inadvertently discovered the video of Davis engaged in sexual activity with the minor. She called the Rogers Police Department, who interviewed Davis while Child Advocacy professionals interviewed and examined the child. The production of the video was referred to the Department of Homeland Security for additional investigation since the materials used to make the video had been manufactured overseas...."

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