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Wilkes-Barre Man Charged With Child Pornography

PLAINS TOWNSHIP -- A man is locked up in Luzerne County, charged with 150 counts of child pornography.

Court papers show Nathan Galloway, 27, of Wilkes-Barre shared more than 330 videos depicting child pornography, some with children younger than 13.

Galloway admitted to police he downloaded and shared the videos when he was bored, using public Wi-Fi spots and the Wi-Fi signal at a halfway house in Edwardsville where he was living at the time.

He was charged with sexual abuse of children and criminal use of a communication facility.

Galloway was locked up in Luzerne County on $100,000 bail.

4 comments

  • BE NICE

    He downloaded and shared videos when he was bored? The legal system should make sure this wimp is never bored again. Let him clean the Federal Prison latrines for the next 50 years. And put the scum that he shared his videos with in there with him. They can even hold church sermons in their cell blocks, being there are so many pedophile priests in there as well. Or do priests get special arrangements due to their supposedly righteous occupation?

  • BE NICE

    Why are so many men attracting to children? Everybody’s always talking about today’s youth possessing an attitude of “entitlement”. But that’s how I see all of these pedophiles. They know what they’re doing is wrong, and they do it anyway because they feel “entitled”. They’re all scumbags and should seriously commit themselves, or better yet, do themselves in before they act on these disgusting behaviors.

  • God Bless America

    Sick. Is he part of PizZAgate? Could have fooled us he’s from Williamsport, Pa. Oh, let’s not forget Sandusky, the missing D.A. and all the troubles with Mayor Gabe (innocent until proven guilty) and his cohoots.
    PizZAgate, is no laughing matter. As a society, we must protect children and be a voice for those that can’t speak up. Child porn is evil, morally wrong, and illegal. Glad this guy is off the streets.

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