Investigators said a bible school teacher had pornographic images and videos of children on his computer. WVEC -- Investigators said a Bible school teacher had pornographic images and videos of children on his computer. Detective James Gainer with the police department said in an affidavit that he and people with the other two agencies monitored a Peer to Peer P2P file sharing network. Investigators were able to find files containing child pornography and trace them to an IP address. The detective stated that they confirmed that the IP address was registered to Porter.
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A woman has walked around Hong Kong wearing nothing but a t-shirt, gold backpack and pair of boots, and passers-by barely fluttered an eyelid. The blonde model, who was naked from the waist down, had been painted to make it look like she was wearing a pair of denim skinny jeans. A video shows the woman walking through shopping centers, riding escalators and crossing busy roads sans pants, before she takes off her backpack to reveal her t-shirt that bears the words: 'No pants are the best pants'. Cheeky: A blonde model walked around Hong Kong wearing a t-shirt, backpack and boots without any pants. The video begins with body-paint artist Sandra Bakker carefully painting the model's bare legs.
With Child Sex Sites on the Run, Nearly Nude Photos Hit the Web
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It's not the brash, in-your-face stuff you might expect from the stand-up comedienne, more a low-grade fit of pique, as if we'd met somewhere before and I'd mysteriously offended her. She's coming to London for a single performance of her new one-woman show, Hero Worship, which she says is 'based loosely' on the events of 11 September. I ask, innocuously enough, how funny she feels she can be on the subject. When I wonder whether she found it hard to separate herself from the patriotic sentiment that ensued, she tersely replies:'Well, I mean, not when you're obviously a thinking person - and an artist. My friends and people around me are thinking people