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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Donald E. Brownlee
Child-pornography victims can recover money from people convicted of viewing their abuse without having to show a link between the crime and their injuries, a federal appeals court ruled Monday.
Mr. Brownlee says he had no choice but to grab the woman's open passenger-side window when she took a sharp turn.
Donald Brownlee, 53, says he was in his friend's truck at a stop sign when a car driven by Brandi Lynn Stuntebeck, 31, hit them.