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August 26, 2003

Quitman - Two small town Georgia men are making a big name for themselves, and not in a good way.

The T-digital Services office in Quitman appears to be deserted. The owners, Randall Rogers and Joseph Tanner, plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to mail obscene material and once count of conspiracy to use the Internet for the purpose of sale and distribution of obscene material.

They maintained a pornographic web site that contained graphic scenes of defecation and urination. Quitman residents are shocked at the news.

"I didn't see people over at that office much, and didn't really know what was going on over there," said Lynn Renfroe. "I can't believe something like that was going on in the small town of Quitman."

The web site has been seized by the government. Rogers and Tanner could serve to up to 5 years in prison and be fined 250 thousand dollars. They'll be sentenced November 12th.

posted at 2:45 by ashley.harper@walb.com