Special to SEGAZINE
A Brunswick man was one of eight men were indicted Friday on charges involving the sexual exploitation and victimization of children, the New Orleans U.S. attorneys office announced.
Those indicted were Daniel Nolan Devor, 39, of Brunswick; John C. Foster, 44, of Tipp City, Ohio; Aung Gaw, 25, of Fremont, California; Sean Jabbar, 32, of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Christopher Jamieson, 30, of Douglasville, Georgia; Andrew Korpal, 29, of Granger, Indiana; Nicholas Saine, 27, of Seattle, Washington; and Stanley Zdon, III, 27, of Tuckerton, New Jersey.
Devor and Foster were charged with distribution and receipt of child pornography, while the others were charged with receipt of sexually explicit images involving minors. If convicted, each defendant faces a mandatory minimum of five years and a maximum of 20 years in prison.”These indictments represent a strong coordinated strike — by Homeland Security, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and several U.S. attorneys offices around the country — against child pornography and those who allegedly seek to harm our most vulnerable citizens, our young children,” said U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite.