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Wisconsin man Found Guilty of Using Dark Web to Access Child Porn

Wisconsin man Found Guilty of Using Dark Web to Access Child Porn 1

On Monday, Bertrand, 54, was found guilty of using the dark web to obtain child pornography images.

Jeffrey W. Schaum entered a guilty plea to three counts of possession of child possession. Dodge County Circuit Court Judge Joseph Sciascia accepted Schaum’s plea and dismissed but read into the record seven additional charges.

According to a complaint by Wisconsin police officers suspected Shaum ‘s IP address in March after learning that child pornography files were being downloaded from a website on the dark web.

Dark Internet is a collection of websites that are on an encrypted network and cannot be found using conventional search engines.

Schaum’s IP address was identified in the Beaver Dam area. In addition, the internet provider gave investigators the subscriber’s name and address.

Shaum was questioned and told by officials that he was considering pornography of women over 18 because his wife was at home most of the time. According to the complaint, he later confirmed the use of the dark internet to download child pornography. Shaum allegedly said he deleted the files after downloading.

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