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Lismore child-porn accused remains behind bars

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Police told Lismore Local Court yesterday that a 30-year-old Mackenzie Street man had more than a hundred thousand child pornography images on various computer hard drives when they raided his home last November.

The man is charged with possessing child-abuse material and using a child under the age of 14 to create child pornography

Police allege the man and his 29-year-old partner engaged in acts of indecency upon a 12-year-old girl.

The man remains behind bars but is expected to apply for bail, while his co-accused is scheduled to appear in court in February.


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