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Nintendo Switch leaker admits child sex abuse

BBC News Monday, 3 February 2020
A Californian man admits hacking into Nintendo servers and possessing child abuse images.
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Lamont Baldwin's wife runs a child day care in their home while he stands charged of sexually abusing underage students at Princeton Middle School, WCPO reported Friday. Baldwin's attorney, Clyde Bennett, told WCPO the day care continues to operate because Baldwin moved out of the home once the...

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