Buffalo Man Sentenced on Child Pornography Charges

Jeremy Otrosinka, 32, of Buffalo, New York, was convicted of possession and distribution of child pornography and will spend the next 15 years of his life in prison. The Western New York RCFL provided digital forensics expertise to Project Safe Childhood investigators who worked the case.

7/03/2013: Buffalo Man Sentenced on Child Pornography Charges

Jeremy Otrosinka, 32, of Buffalo, New York, was convicted of possession and distribution of child pornography and will spend the next 15 years of his life in prison. Read the DOJ Press Release.

Otrosinka created a secure web site dedicated to the discussion and sharing of child pornography. Members on this site were able to collaborate with one another by posting links to images and videos of child pornography, as well as communicating with one another via private message discussions. Otrosinka was documented as having used online communications to encourage an individual to record sexual acts with that individual's own child.

The Western New York RCFL (WNYRCFL) provided digital forensic expertise in the examination of a laptop computer in this case.

It is a federal crime to knowingly possess, manufacture, distribute, or access with intent to view child pornography (18 U.S.C. §2252). To report someone for possessing child pornography, contact your local police department, FBI office, or call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's (NCMEC) Cyber tipline on 1-800-843-5678. Click here to read NCMEC's child pornography fact sheet.

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