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Porn trial will continue Monday

November 19, 2004

Albany -- The federal child porn trial of a former Lee County High School math teacher will continue Monday with cross examination of the prosecution's final witness.

Michael O'Keefe is charged with distributing child pornography. An F-B-I Agent testified Friday about 21 sexual images of a nine year old girl found on O'Keefe's computer.

O'Keefe maintains someone hacked into his computer and generated the pornography.

He was fired from his job at Lee County High in 2003.

The prosecution is expected to wrap up Monday morning and then O'Keefe's lawyer will present his defense.

posted at 4:33 PM by jimw@walb.com

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