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Seemingly Innocent Actions Can Lead to Child Pornography Charges

As Michigan resident Evan Emory learned, prosecutors don't have much of a sense of humor when it comes to alleged exploitation of children. The 21-year-old performing artist faced child pornography charges stemming from his manipulation of a video of children listening to a funny, innocuous song into one seemingly depicting those same children being subjected to raunchy, sex-filled lyrics. Even though Mr. Emory never actually sang anything inappropriate to the kids - and at no time were they subjected to any improper language or situations - he faced felony-level charges of "manufacturing child sexual abusive materials."

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