05.14.09 9 years ago 6 Comments

A Massachusetts man charged with possession of child pornography (or as my stepfather calls it, “the futures market”) asked for a stay on his home confinement to attend Red Sox games. A federal magistrate said no. From WLBZ:

[Brian] Rossi [not pictured] wears a monitoring device and is only allowed to leave home for court-approved medical and legal appointments. But he asked the judge if could attend 13 baseball games with family members because he bought the tickets before his February arrest.

He has pleaded not guilty to federal charges accusing him of possessing videos and printed images of boys ages 8 to 12 involved in sex acts.

However, I understand that the Archdiocese of Boston have made him an honorary cardinal. So there’s that.

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