http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2009/12/portland_child_porn_collector.html "A Portland man was sentenced this morning in federal court to 10 years in prison for possessing more than 20,000 images of child pornography. David Lee Kemery, 55, was snared in a nationwide undercover investigation of Internet sites that sell the illegal images. US. District Judge Garr M. King ordered him to serve 10 years of supervised probation after completing his term in prison. Kemery was convicted six years ago in Multnomah County Circuit Court of encouraging child sex abuse after he was caught with pornographic images of children. He spent nine months in jail and registered as a sex offender. Agents served a search warrant at his home and found what the U.S. attorney’s office for the district of Oregon referred to as a “massive collection of child pornography,” more than 20,000 images. Investigators reported that they found handwritten notes with logins for the pay sites. They also found newspaper stories about others charged or convicted of offenses related to the collection of child porn, prosecutors reported." The discovery of handwritten notes and lists were exactly what was outlined in the Mohler Search Warrants. It's a template used to educate judges as to what sorts of things serious collectors might have in their possession. Right on again.