By Jay Foster, Attorney and David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network
In Mississippi and other States, investigators are arresting and gathering vital evidence on people who distribute, sell, or view child pornography through the use of cyber investigations. The Mississippi Attorney General’s Office conducted a criminal investigation that led to the arrest of a Pass Christian Man on the charges of child pornography. The Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood reported that Paul S. Dybas was arrested after officials found evidence of child pornography after executing a search warrant at Mr. Dybas’ home.
The arrest was made by investigators with the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit of the attorney general’s Cyber Crime Unit, with help from the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department.
Operation Fairplay software is utilized to find / detect computer users who download child pornography. This program found over 2000 people in the State of Mississippi who downloaded child pornography.
You can read more about this story at Pass Christian Mississippi Man Arrested in Porn Case.