Brian Lee Pfeiffer – Guilty Production Child Pornography

Recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

A 43-year-old New Ulm man was sentenced Monday to 16-and-a-half years, or 198 months in prison for producing child pornography.

Brian Lee Pfeiffer is also sentenced to three years of supervised release. Pfeiffer was indicted in July 2007, and pleaded guilty in November to one count of production of child pornography.

United States District Court Judge Donovan told Pfeiffer, “I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims,” when sentencing him. He rejected Pfeiffer’s claim that he had committed this crime as a result of stressful circumstances in his life.

According to the plea agreement, Pfeiffer possessed four videotapes of two girls between the ages of 7 and 9. In the videos, the girls were separately engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Pfeiffer produced these images in 2002 and 2003 when the girls were sleeping over at the defendant’s residence.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 20,000 images of child pornography are posted on the internet every week. Moreover, recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

Published in: on May 20, 2008 at 4:03 am  Leave a Comment  

Brian Lee Pfeiffer – Guilty Production Child Pornography

Recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

A 43-year-old New Ulm man was sentenced Monday to 16-and-a-half years, or 198 months in prison for producing child pornography.

Brian Lee Pfeiffer is also sentenced to three years of supervised release. Pfeiffer was indicted in July 2007, and pleaded guilty in November to one count of production of child pornography.

United States District Court Judge Donovan told Pfeiffer, “I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims,” when sentencing him. He rejected Pfeiffer’s claim that he had committed this crime as a result of stressful circumstances in his life.

According to the plea agreement, Pfeiffer possessed four videotapes of two girls between the ages of 7 and 9. In the videos, the girls were separately engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Pfeiffer produced these images in 2002 and 2003 when the girls were sleeping over at the defendant’s residence.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 20,000 images of child pornography are posted on the internet every week. Moreover, recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

Published in: on May 20, 2008 at 4:03 am  Leave a Comment  

Brian Lee Pfeiffer – Guilty Production Child Pornography

Recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

A 43-year-old New Ulm man was sentenced Monday to 16-and-a-half years, or 198 months in prison for producing child pornography.

Brian Lee Pfeiffer is also sentenced to three years of supervised release. Pfeiffer was indicted in July 2007, and pleaded guilty in November to one count of production of child pornography.

United States District Court Judge Donovan told Pfeiffer, “I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims,” when sentencing him. He rejected Pfeiffer’s claim that he had committed this crime as a result of stressful circumstances in his life.

According to the plea agreement, Pfeiffer possessed four videotapes of two girls between the ages of 7 and 9. In the videos, the girls were separately engaged in sexually explicit conduct. Pfeiffer produced these images in 2002 and 2003 when the girls were sleeping over at the defendant’s residence.

“I can’t give back the innocence you have stolen from these victims”

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 20,000 images of child pornography are posted on the internet every week. Moreover, recent research conducted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons indicates a strong correlation between possessing or distributing child pornography, and committing sexual-contact crimes against children.

Published in: on May 20, 2008 at 4:03 am  Leave a Comment