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Nebraska man arrested and charged with the manufacture of child pornography

Date: July 12, 2004
Source: Computer Crime Research Center
By: Robert T DeMarco

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning announced the arrest of Jeffery D. Meyers, a 36 year old foster parent. Meyers has been charged on ten counts including the possession of child pornography and the manufacture of child pornography.

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning stated at the press conference that Myers is a "child pornographer" and it is about as horrible as you can imagine.

At present three children are involved, each a friend of the Myers family. The Attorney General expects the number of children involved to grow.

Meyers allegedly offered up to $1,600 to $2,000 to children in the Blue Hill area to make pornographic videos with other children as well as with him.

Myers is currently in custody and bail is set at $450,000. If convicted on all ten counts Myers could face 170 years in prison.

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