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The Facebook prn spam was not child prn (at least from what I heard). So again, I reiterate that unless the images were of suspected CP, law enforcement would not be involved. Graphic adult pictures are not illegal, and any law enforcement shop with a computer forensic unit has a case load backed up a minimum of 6 months (with every other case being CP). It would even be allowed in the lab unless there were some images that warranted further investigation.
And folks, you'd be surprised at all the "smart" people who think that no images are stored on their PCs so they let others use/fix them. That's how quite a few of them are caught.
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