TN Hero Arrested For Child Pornography

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. –  Kevin Dunn, a 17 -year veteran of the force, was arrested as a result of a child pornography investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Dunn was arrested on Monday and charged with five counts of sexual exploitation of a minor. Nashville’s News Channel 2 reports:

A sergeant with the Murfreesboro Police Department has been charged in an ongoing child porn investigation.

Kevin Dunn now faces five counts of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

Agents reportedly developed information that led them to Dunn as someone who had distributed images consistent with child pornography.

The 42-year-old was arrested Monday and booked into the Rutherford County jail on $750,000 bond.

According to the Murfreesboro Police Department, Dunn has been decommissioned and placed on paid administrative leave until further notice.

He began working for the department in November 1998. He was promoted to sergeant in 2011.

 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. He’s on paid administrative leave.

    I might consider voluntarily paying a portion of taxes to place all law enforcement officers on paid administrative leave.

  2. What a bunch of disgusting zombies on every side of this story. I honestly don’t care about a single one of any of them. Go eat a bag of dicks, cage keepers, and cage cuck fan boys, or don’t. Makes no difference to me.

    You’re only dealt so many hands in life, and your best bet, is to make the most of every deal, whatever cards you have to play with.
    http://imgur.com/80uXbZu

    • Every cop is a criminal (apologies to Keith Richards). By definition. Every single cop abuses innocent people as a matter of routine; it is their job.

      They will retort that the people they abuse (whom they do not believe they’ve abused) broke the law.

      True enough, perhaps.

      But that fact (the breaking of laws) says nothing about harms caused – and so, is a non sequitur and an evasion.

      “The law” does not automatically confer moral sanction. It is just an edict, a legalism.

      If you harm innocent people (innocent being defined as people who’ve not hurt you or anyone else by their actions) then you are morally guilty.

      A criminal – in the proper sense of the term.

  3. Sweden: 8 out of 10 police officers considering quitting
    http://speisa.com/modules/articles/index.php/item.2218/sweden-8-out-of-10-police-officers-considering-quitting.html

    Scandinavian police might deserve their assigned titles. Besides isn’t a great deal of their economy planned, such that police workers aren’t any different than construction workers or anyone else.

    Police in Norway Haven’t Killed Anyone in Nearly 10 Years
    http://www.newsweek.com/police-norway-havent-killed-anyone-nearly-10-years-359074

    So Swedish cruise ships are public property then?

    Bid to house refugees on Swedish cruise ships
    http://www.thelocal.se/20151124/cruise-ships-to-house-swedens-refugees

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