Defendant Acquitted in Child Pornography Case:
In federal district court in Minnesota, a defendant was acquitted by a jury earlier this week in a case involving child pornography charges. As often happens in such cases, the forensics was everything -- and it looks like the jury had very legitimate doubt that the defendant ever knew of (and thus ever possessed) the images. There's also a U.S. Attorney-purge angle to the story, for those that are interested. Details in the link. Hat tip: Victor Steinbok.