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Man accused of downloading pornography to tribe's computer

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An Alaska man is facing 11 counts of possession of child pornography after authorities said he downloaded child pornography to a computer belonging to the Chilkoot Indian Association.

Randolph T. Williams Jr., 39, admitted using the computer at the tribal office on November 19. Witnesses saw him looking at pictures, which he tried to erase by putting them in the "recycle bin" of the computer, The Anchorage Daily News reported.

Williams was arrested later that day, the paper reported.

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Homeless man downloaded child pornography to office computer, police say (The Anchorage Daily News 11/26)


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