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Topic - James Hayes
A slice of the New York City area mainstream — a police officer, a fire department paramedic, a rabbi, a nurse, a Boy Scout leader - used the Internet to anonymously collect and trade child pornography, federal officials said Wednesday.
A Pennsylvania convenience store clerk thwarted a BB-gun wielding robber with his own real handgun before kicking him in the rear and out of the store, police said.
Consuming child porn "is not something that is just done by unemployed drifters who live in their parent's basement," said James Hayes of ICE's New York office. "If this operation does anything, it puts the lie to the belief that the people who do this are not productive members of society."