Supreme Court struggles with restitution for child porn

Washington Times

The Supreme Court on Wednesday took up a knotty question of proportional justice, in a case posing the question of how much individual viewers of child pornography owe to the victims of abuse. An animated, hour-long session of oral arguments drew questions from eight justices - Justice Clarence Thomas did not speak - on how much of $3.4 million restitution award sought by the plaintiff known as "Amy Unknown" should be paid by a defendant found with two images of her on his personal computer.

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