Monday, November 22, 2010

N.C.I.S. Busts St. Mary's Resident - IP address was traced back to Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay

... was searching for pornographic images or videos that had identifiers contained on a list of known or suspected child porn images cataloged by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Washington, D.C. The computer's IP address was traced back to Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay....
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November 22, 2010 (News4Jax.com) KINGSLAND, Ga. - Search Of Base Housing Finds Child Porn

A Navy man was arrested Friday on a charge of possession of child pornography after an investigation by a Kingsland Police Department detective and a Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent.

Authorities said heightened online activity of images cataloged by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Washington, D.C., led investigators to Martin's account, then to his residence. The 29-year-old suspect's laptop was seized as evidence, and he is being held in the Camden County Jail.
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Submarines are always silent and strange.

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At 23 November, 2010 11:09, Blogger Tom Goering said...

I had a Sailor, years ago, who had downloaded porn pics to his government CPU (none of which were of the child type) - we printed a copy of each of the 300+ pictures for evidence at Mast.

The Mast was held with a fairly good number of witnesses, Sailors, in attendance. During the Mast, our female CO had the stack of photos on the podium with the accused standing in front at attention - the CO reached for the stack to demonstrate the shear magnitude of his situation and she accidentally dropped the pictures at his feet.

Of course, he was directed to pick up each of the photos - and you can believe he, and the other Sailors in that command will never forget that day and how it came about.

For the rest of my tour, we didn't have another problem with misuse of the government computers.

 
At 23 November, 2010 12:24, Blogger Vigilis said...

Perfect!

 

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