I would urge you to not read "Radar on line" and to read in addition how other news are simply reporting "what" Radar on line" wrote and go back.
Judge Melville signed off a press statement before the trial which said prosecutors had confirmed no child porn was found.
If you go to the trial you will read that the Prosectutors pulled out some magazines, handed it to one of the 14 that was accusing Michael asking if he had seen that magazine. Naturally the boys fingerprints were "then" placed onto that Magazine. The things people do to try to catch someone when there is no evidence.
It's also claimed alot of what Radar on line is promoting via what type of Magazines there were, come from the Internet "not" the Sheriff's Office at all. Some are quite distrubing.
I tend to try to look for factuals not accusations or at least plausables.
I understand anyone with children get grossed out at even such a thought but I fail to go off the ban wagon of " false accusations" that would have been proven way back if they were factual.