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though it’s not the first time a federal judge here has ordered restitution in a child porn case. Wis. was convicted by a federal jury on Oct 25 on 14 counts of possession of child porn In February Evans was sentenced to 10 years in prisonUS District Court Judge Ralph Erickson last week ordered Evans to pay his victim $3250 after she submitted a claim for her losses He’s one of nearly 500 offenders who have been ordered to pay restitution to the victim who was 10 and 11 years old when her molester recorded the sexual abuse of her US Attorney Timothy Purdon said it’s the first time the federal district court in North Dakota has ordered a defendant to pay restitution to a child porn victim since the US Supreme Court clarified that those possessing child porn are liable for victims’ lossesIn April the high court issued an opinion stating that courts should order restitution where a “victim has outstanding losses caused by the continuing traffic in those images but where it is impossible to trace a particular amount of those losses to the individual defendant”Purdon said authorities began investigating Evans after a North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent found two computers in the state sharing child pornography via a peer-to-peer networkOfficers raided Evans’ apartment in Fargo and found more than 13 hard drives and 43 DVDs containing more than 22000 images and nearly 1400 videos of child pornAs of Aug 19 two days before restitution was set for Evans 496 offenders who were convicted of possessing or distributing child pornography in federal court had been ordered to pay restitution to the victim court records showThat includes six offenders in North Dakota and five in Minnesota who have been ordered to compensate the victim for her damages according to court recordsDamages for the victim who found out in 2006 that her images were being traded online are at least $13 million her lawyers claim A brief filed by a federal prosecutor states the restitution covers future counseling education and vocation counseling lost earnings attorney’s fees and forensic evaluations and supporting records As of Nov 27 the victim had received more than $800000 in restitution payments according to the brief In an affidavit filed in US District Court in Fargo Evans said he makes 12 cents an hour working five to six hours a day in the food service area of the Federal Medical Center in Lexington Ky.

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