Sunday, November 29, 2015

Child Porn Arrests

More than a dozen people arrested in Camden County following a year-long investigation targeting people who allegedly downloaded child pornography.

Child Porn Arrests


After a year-long investigation, the Camden County Prosecutor's Office, the New Jersey State Police and FBI went out on a series of pre-dawn raids in a number of towns - including Haddonfield - arresting more than a dozen people who allegedly downloaded child pornography.


Inquirer repoter Barbara Boyer and I rode along with Lt. Marty Devlin of the Camden County Prosecutor's Office Major Crimes Unit (that's him behind the wheel in top photo, and at left, above).  Those charged ranged in age from 14 to 67 and included students, a retired executive, a soldier and a police dispatcher. "There are no boundaries," Devlin told Barb. Her story is here. Click on any of the photos, or here, to see a gallery with more images.

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Tom Gralish is a general assignment photographer at The Inquirer, concentrating on local news and self-generated feature photos.

He has been at the paper since 1983, photographing everything from revolution in the Philippines to George W. Bush’s road to the White House to homeless people living on the street right outside his newspaper's front door. For his photo essay on Philadelphia’s homeless, he was awarded both the Pulitzer Prize and the Robert F. Kennedy Award.

His weekly newspaper column, "Scene Through the Lens," takes a look at Philadelphia's urban landscape.

Gralish, along with Inquirer colleague and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Michael Vitez, spent a year visiting the Philadelphia Museum of Art to capture the stories and photos of "Rocky runners" who come from all over the world to climb the steps - just as Sylvester Stallone did in the Academy Award winning film, Rocky. Their book, Rocky Stories: Tales of Love, Hope and Happiness at America’s Most Famous Steps, was published in November 2006.

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