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Man pleads not guilty to sharing child porn with FBI agent
October 15, 2015, 05:00 AM

A Redwood City man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to sharing child pornography with an undercover FBI agent in an Internet chat room last year, San Mateo County prosecutors said Wednesday.

David Nash, 63, is charged with four counts of distributing child pornography, according to prosecutors.

An undercover FBI agent based in New York allegedly contacted Nash in an Internet chat room for child pornography on April 4, 2014, according to the District Attorney’s Office. Nash shared links to child pornography images hosted in the United Kingdom with others in the chat room, prosecutors said.

Agents allegedly found him doing the same thing a few weeks later, on April 21. Investigators traced his IP address to Nash’s home in Redwood City, prosecutors said.

Nash was arrested by the FBI on June 25 of this year and investigators collected further evidence that Nash had viewed child pornography, prosecutors said.

Nash posted $200,000 bail and remains free for now. He is scheduled to return to court for a preliminary hearing on Jan. 12.

 

 

Tags: pornography, prosecutors, child,


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