Customer Gets 30 Months Prison After Geek Squad Finds Child Porn On His Computer

Child porn is a most heinous exploitation and its publishers and consumers should be boiled in blood, then stabbed in the face, then fed to wolverines. The Geek Squad is helping feed those wolverines by reporting child porn they find on customer’s computers to the police, the St Louis Dispatch reports:

Vishal Sehjpal, 22, of the 1700 block of Stifel Lane Drive, brought his computer into the Chesterfield Best Buy store in 2004 for repair. A technician found a video file that appeared to contain child pornography and called police, who contacted Sehjpal and searched his computer and CDs.

Sehjpal pleaded guilty in February to two felony counts of possession of child pornography and admitted possessing both still pictures and videos that contained child porn that he’d downloaded from the Internet.

We’re not joking, child porn is really really bad, which is how Geek Squad techs must justify snooping through customer’s files. They’re stopping child pornographers. Every customer could be a child pornographer, so it’s necessary to look through every computer. And hell, why not save the non child porn while you’re at it, then share it on a common computer with the other techs. Just doing our job to protect the community, yessir. — BEN POPKEN

Chesterfield man gets 30 months for child porn [St. Louis Dispatch] (Thanks to Neil!)

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