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Larry James Kramer: Webchats About Loving "Jailbait," Gets 12 Years for His Large Child Porn Collection

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Larry James Kramer of Dickinson will serve more than 12 years in federal prison for possession and distribution of child pornography, a federal judge has decided.

The investigation that led to a guilty plea began when he was seen trading child porn on a publicly accessible Web site, and when he was discovered in a chat room talking about his love of 14-year-old girls who he called "jailbait."

So he can't say he couldn't see the chance of prison in his future.

Cops eventually got a warrant and searched his home; Kramer told them when they questioned him that they would find some child porn on his computer and DVDs.

And did they ever.

Police found 5,188 images of child pornography and 143 videos, most of which were longer than five minutes each, prosecutors say.

Their description: "The images and videos involved pre-pubescent minors and sadistic acts including bondage, oral sex, images with adults present, masturbation and instances of lascivious displays of genitals."

Kramer, 38, has been allowed to stay out on bond before he will "voluntarily surrender to a U.S. Bureau of Prisons facility to be determined in the near future," prosecutors say.


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