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Former math teacher trial begins

November 16, 2004

Albany-- Testimony began today in the pornagraphy trial of a former Lee County math teacher.

Michael O'Keefe faces two federal charges of making, distributing and selling child pornography the Internet. A federal prosecutor from Washington D.C. who specializes in child exploitation cases questioned the lead investigator in the case this morning.

O'Keefe was a Lee County High School teacher for nearly three years. Investigators say he produced child porn during that time.

Posted at 4:38 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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