The Supreme Court promises child pornography victims full restitution “someday.” How long is that?

The Washington Post

Since January 2006, Amy has received more than 1,800 notices that her images have been found in criminal cases. Moreover, as of 2009, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) had found Amy's images in 3,200 American federal and state criminal cases - a number that apparently doubled in just the last four years, according to NCMEC's amicus brief.

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