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Time for change Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-16-08 03:41 PM
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77. It's hard to be calm about this after this prosecutor so callously destroyed several months of my
nephew's life.

I have to strongly disagree with you that discounting the possibility that the the images were downloaded at Restronics is a reasonable thing for the prosecutor to do. You bring up the fact that regulations against viewing porn should be a reason not to suspect someone at Restronics of doing it. If someone is willing to commit a felony, would company regulations against it stop them from doing it? Nobody commits a felony if they don't think they can get away with it. As far as drawing attention to their activities, I could just as well say that calling the police was a way of diverting attention from their activities. Maybe someone caught them, and this was their way of proving that it wasn't them who did it.

So how do you explain the fact that we found the same thing on my computer the day that it was returned to me? And how do you explain the fact that their was a 7 month gap between the time that the file was accessed at Restronics and the time that they called the police?

That prosecutor should be disbarred at best, and better yet sent to prison.
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