Mom Defends Soldier Accused of Having Child Porn

Via Chicago Breaking News Center:

An Illinois National Guard soldier in Afghanistan has been charged by the U.S. Army with possessing child pornography over pictures of a young relative his mother says she sent him.

Terri Miller of Galesburg says she sent her son, Specialist Billy Miller, pictures of the little girl to help him get over his homesickness.

The pictures show the child in a swimsuit playing a wading pool and sitting on a truck. In one, the girl is wearing a swim suit and part of her buttocks are exposed.

The Army says Miller will stay in Afghanistan until his court martial. His unit came home last August. Miller faces jail time, if convicted.

Terri Miller says the pictures are innocent.

Read More: Chicago Breaking News Center

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  • tonyviner

    It is hard to know without seeing the pics or knowing this weirdo.

    • Broken_Finger

      If there's nothing of a sexual nature going on in the photographs (and from the description in the story it doesn't sound like it) then I don't see what the issue is.

      I should probably tell my mom to throw out all of the photos she took of me in the tub when I was three.

      I wonder if there's more going on with this story than they printed.

  • Anonymous

    If there’s nothing of a sexual nature going on in the photographs (and from the description in the story it doesn’t sound like it) then I don’t see what the issue is.

    I should probably tell my mom to throw out all of the photos she took of me in the tub when I was three.

    I wonder if there’s more going on with this story than they printed.

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