Use of restitution law on behalf of sex abuse victims raises philosophical questions

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Aggressively seeking restitution from people who've only viewed child porn but haven't produced or distributed it is a tactic that Warren Richey, writing in The Christian Science Monitor, credited to Amy's lawyer, James Marsh of White Plains, N.Y.

The strategy has split the federal courts, so the litigation will end up at the U.S. Supreme Court.

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