No child porn charge against ex-reporter accused of planting camera in bathroom
ROCHESTER — Law enforcement officials say the inability to charge Conor Makem in relation to child pornography images found on his work computer will not hinder their investigation into other charges of invasion of privacy and falsifying physical evidence.
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