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Teen Who Was Forced To Masturbate In Front Of Cops Gets Favorable Ruling In Court Case

A federal appeals court recently issued a ruling in a disturbing case in which a police officer forced a 17-year-old to masturbate in front of several other armed cops in an effort to obtain “comparative material” in a child porn investigation. A report from the Star Tribune states that a lower court judge had previously tossed out the lawsuit filed by Trey Sims, who was 17 at the time the photos were taken in 2014.
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