US Justices Seem Stumped on Calculating Damages Over Child Pornography

In a Supreme Court argument on Wednesday that was part math problem and part seminar on the nature of culpability, the justices seemed to agree on just two things.The first was that Doyle R. Paroline, convicted in 2009 of possessing 280 images of child pornography, “is a bad guy,” as Justice Antonin Scalia put it.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/23/us/justices-struggle-to-determine-restitution-over-child-pornography.htmlAlso see:Supreme Court weighs how much one person should pay pornography victim
A woman with the pseudonym Amy Unknown was at the Supreme Court on Wednesday as justices discussed the horrible events that changed her life: Her uncle raped her when she was a young girl, recorded that assault and other sex acts and put the images on the Internet, where they have been viewed tens of thousands of times.All the justices seemed to think that those who downloaded the images of Amy should pay to help her put her life back together. But they struggled to decide what any one person should pay.
www.washingtonpost.com/politics/supreme-court-weighs-how-much-one-person-should-pay-pornography-victim/2014/01/22/551db36c-838c-11e3-bbe5-6a2a3141e3a9_story.html

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