Texas court case raises question of whether child-porn viewers should pay restitution to rape victim

The Dallas Morning News

In the last four years, Cassell and co-counsel James R. Marsh of New York have filed hundreds of requests for restitution on Amy's behalf, always asking for about $3.3 million from each viewer, primarily for "future psychological care and future lost income."

With the money she's already collected, she bought a house, has saved money for her son's education and undergoes therapy several times a week, said her attorney, James Marsh.

She even attended oral arguments at the 5th Circuit several months ago, an experience Marsh said she finds "empowering."

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