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James Kong: Child Porn and a Whole Lot of Guns & Ammunition

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Child-porn investigators had their man: James Kong, 26.

They knew he'd been exchanging child pornography on his computer, but they got a little surprise when they knocked on his door in the 16800 block of Gaelic Lane in the northwest part of the county.

They found the porn, to be sure. They also found 65 weapons and 50,000 rounds of ammo.

Kong came to the door armed, KHOU reports -- we're guessing he usually came to the door armed -- but quickly dropped the gun when he saw cops.

Investigators also found some literature that seemed suspiciously linked to terrorist activities, the station reports, but further examination eliminated that possibility. (Thus depriving the world of the thought of a child-porn loving terrorist, a real contender for the Most Hatable list.)

Kong has been charged for the child porn, court documents indicate. So far, no charges have been filed related to the weapons or ammo.


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