|Former CEO Gets 15 Months Prison for Computer Child Porn|
|Reuters News Wire (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Sun, 17 Dec 2006 00:46:03 -0600
A former chief executive of a financial printing firm was sentenced on|
Friday to 15 months in prison for possessing child porn and erasing
thousands of seedy computer files when he learned he was under
Robert Johnson, 61, downloaded the pornography onto a company computer
Johnson, who had been publisher of Long Island's Newsday from 1986 to
Johnson, who also admitted using a computer program called "Evidence
"I decided to escape," said Johnson, whose lawyer said he logged onto
"I decided to go to fantasy because reality was too much to bear," he said.
Howell, who said Johnson took part in a "detestable subculture," also
Johnson will also have to undergo a sex-offender treatment program.
Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.
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