NC State Bureau of Investigation Exposed For Concealing Illegal Images
State and Federal law prohibits the production, distribution, reception, and possession of an image of child pornography. There are no exceptions to these laws. Therefore, not one person would be excluded from these laws, right?
Wrong! Not unless you are one of NC State Bureau of Investigation’s alleged victim.
So what did the SBI do after discovering pornographic images of their 14-year-old alleged victim stored on the family computer?
“They scan it for other illegal images then used forensic software to destroy the evidence,” Luther Stidham, a former police officer for the town of Boiling Spring Lakes, North Carolina said.
On September 11, 2006, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Charles L. Ghent interviewed B. Lewis, a 14-years old female in an alleged Statutory Rape case. Ghent, never expecting his recorded interview to fall into the hands of Luther Stidham, told Lewis and her family that he had found “some potentially embarrassing stuff” on their home computer. A computer that Lewis, her father and brother all shared.
Ghent then added, "Not just yours but what other people in the family might have been looking at that, you know, might get paranoid if exposed. The point is we’re going to have to go back through and look. We have some stuff that can hopefully dig deeper in there and pull some things up.”
In a move that would suggest Ghent was more concerned with protecting the Lewis family from a federal conviction, what Ghent does next is both soul shocking and illegal:
“We have some other methods that we can go back in and delete stuff,” Ghent said.
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