Porn Charge for Children’s Museum Worker

This story came out last week, but it nonetheless is still current. If you want to know why it’s essential to protect your own kids and not to rely on others, this is a perfect example.

This is according to an AP article that can be found here: Porn Charge for Children’s Museum Worker

Robert A. Singer is the chief operating officer of the National Children’s Museum in Washington. He was arrested Tuesday on child pornography charges, accused of using his work computer to send explicit images to others, including an undercover New York City detective posing as a 33-year-old mother and her 12-year-old daughter.

The images sent from Singer’s museum computer depicted sexual acts between minors and adults. Singer also sent the daughter two images with instructions to “just delete it when you are done.” Singer also exchanged images with other people while sending the pornography to the detective in August and September.

Singer was charged with five counts of distributing child pornography in interstate commerce. He was detained Tuesday (Nov. 6th) pending a bail hearing later in the week (I have note heard further on the case). If convicted, he could face a prison term of up to 40 years on the most serious charges.

To make my original point, THIS guy works with children. If you can’t trust those that are around children all day, how could you expect strangers to protect your kids? Parents: it’s up to you. PROTECT YOUR OWN KIDS! PC Pandora monitoring software may be the best thing you could do to protect your family from online threats. We actually just released version 5 with more improvements that make it easier than every to know what your kids are up to online… There is no reason to not invest in this peace of mind!!


One Response to “Porn Charge for Children’s Museum Worker”

  1. cody Says:

    This is disgraceful truly sick. I am sure hearing a lot about these sick people I out there i wonder how much of this crap goes on unheard of.

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