Minn. lawyer aims to track, sue child porn users

Associated Press

James Marsh, an attorney who represented the young woman for which Masha's Law was named, said few lawsuits have been filed under it partly because few child pornography victims come forward. Also, jurisdictional issues can pose a problem. But he said Anderson's approach is novel.

"The real key to success here will be his ability to join all of these matters in Minnesota. If he can't do that, it will be a nightmare of epic proportions," Marsh said. "There are a lot of barriers to a successful litigation, but we definitely wish him good luck."

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