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If you’re into kiddie porn, it’s probably a good idea not to post it on Instagram November 20, 2013

untitledCollier County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man Monday they said posted child pornography to the social networking site Instagram.

According to investigators, 18-year-old Sean Michael Rodriguez uploaded 20 pictures of boys age 6 to 12 engaging in sex acts alone or with each other.

Instagram alerted the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which contacted the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.

According to a report, deputies obtained a search warrant for Rodriguez’s home and found 130 images of child porn on electronic devices.

Rodriguez faces 130 counts of possession of child porn. He was being held in the Collier County Jail with bail set at $650,000, according to jail records.

It was unclear whether he had an attorney.

 

One Response to “If you’re into kiddie porn, it’s probably a good idea not to post it on Instagram”

  1. Guest1945 Says:

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/09/norwalk-math-tutor.html

    http://www.sgvtribune.com/technology/20111114/victim-13-pleads-in-bellflower-court-to-give-convicted-molester-what-he-deserves

    http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?id=8347625

    BELLFLOWER — A 13-year-old molestation victim pleaded with a judge Monday to give Kumon Math & Reading teacher who molested her “what he deserves.”

    “I’m not confident, I’m not comfortable socializing with anybody and it’s hard to trust people,” said the girl, whose name was withheld because she is a victim of a sex crime by her Kumon teacher.

    Her statement came at the sentencing of her molester, Frank Chung, a 63-year-old local man who molested her and allegedly two other girls at his Norwalk Kumon Math & Reading tutoring business.

    “I just want what he deserves,” the victim calmly but quietly told Bellflower Superior Court Judge Leland Tipton moments before Chung was sentenced to eight years in prison.

    The 13-year-old victim is one of three girls who told authorities they were attacked by Chung at the Kumon Tutoring Center, and she was the first victim to come forward, said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Rudy Acevedo.

    Chung was arrested Sept. 8, and charged with lewd acts with a minor based on the allegation he molested the 13-year-old on a number of occasions at the Kumon learning center.

    When news of his arrest broke, the other two victims came forward and additional counts were added to the charge, Acevedo said.

    Chung pleaded no contest to a single count related to the first victim in exchange for eight years behind bars.

    Upon his release, Chung will be placed on three years parole and the charge, considered a violent sexual offense, leaves a strike on Chung’s record, said Acevedo, who is assigned to the Special Victims Bureau.

    The defendant is the owner of the Kumon Learning Center and worked there for five years with children providing after-school Kumon Math & Reading tutoring, according to the criminal complaint.

    He worked in a similar capacity at Kumon learning centers in Northern California for the past 25 years, bringing him in contact with countless children, detectives said.


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