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Monday, January 18, 2010

Soldier's family says he's innocent of child-porn charge


In Galesburg, Ill., the family of Spc. Billy Miller are talking to reporters about the soldier and how the military has accused him of possessing child pornography. Miller's family says the photos are of his 4-year-old niece in her swimsuit and are innocent. They're not happy with how the military has been treating him. Miller's unit came home last year, but he's still in Afghanistan, awaiting court martial. Army officials declined to talk about the case with AP.

Hat Tip: Many thanks, cripjak!

Terri and Rodney Miller pose with a portrait of their son, Spc. Billy Miller, on Friday, Jan. 15, 2010, at their home in Galesburg, Ill. Miller, 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.  (AP Photo/The Register-Mail, Bill Gaither)


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