Friday, March 12, 2010

You think?

Okay, I nominate Van Hilley's statement for the Understatement of the Year Award.

Man is accused of buying more child porn

In April 2008, federal agents raided Justin Jackson Sayers' home and seized his computer, which they said contained a stash of child pornography.

Sayers pleaded guilty in July to transporting child porn and was out on bail, waited for sentencing.
But earlier this year, he received through regular mail an ad offering pornography and allegedly ordered videos of child porn and incest.

Sayers, who's in his late 20s, was rearrested in an undercover U.S. Postal Service sting, a day before U.S. District Judge Orlando Garcia on Thursday sentenced to 15 years another man in a similar case.
“It's always a difficult situation when a client commits a new offense when he's out on bond, and it's even more difficult when it's the same type of offense,” said Sayers' lawyer, Van Hilley.

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