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An Arkansas man was arrested Thursday on 30 counts of child pornography, state Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said.

James C. Bynum, 46, of Cabot was taken into custody by the attorney general’s office Cyber Crimes Unit, according to a Friday news release.

Special agents reportedly seized two computers, one laptop, multiple external storage devices, a phone and tablet.

Bynum was charged with 30 counts of distributing, possessing or viewing of matter depicting sexually explicit conduct involving a child, the release states.

He was released from the Lonoke County jail Friday morning after posting $10,000 bond, records show. He is scheduled to appear in court Monday.

According to the release, Bynum's case has been turned over to the 23rd Judicial District prosecuting attorney, Chuck Graham.


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  • Empirical1
    March 10, 2018 at 1:54 p.m.

    For a rational and fair minded scientific journal discussion of the issues in this news story, Google "Effects on Boy-Attracted Pedosexual Males of Viewing Boy Erotica"

    Regarding "harm," Google "The Missing Mechanism of Harm"

    For a scientific journal discussion of "Willingness," especially it as relates to boys, Google "The Role of Androphilia in the Psychosexual Development of Boys"

    A downloadable 94 page book is available free by Googling "Beyond Hysteria: Boy Erotica on the Internet."

    For an even more in-depth examination, Google "Myths of Childhood Sexuality"