Man Charged with Child Porn on Church Laptop


November 13, 2008

Federal investigators say Albert Stone used the computer to exchange photos with others over the Internet.

Federal investigators in Cincinnati have charged a man with using his church's computer to view and distribute child porn.

Albert Stone, 28, allegedly used a laptop computer from the Assembly of God Church in Hamilton to exchange explicit photos over the Internet.

According to court papers, FBI agents in New Orleans and Houston were working child porn investigations when they came across Stone.

If convicted, Stone could face five to 25 years in prison.

The church pastor says Stone joined the congregation north of Cincinnati four years ago, but left several months ago.


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