Bradley Bass was “misguided” but acted in good faith after he preserved Snapchat images while investigating an incident among students, a district court judge rules
No one has accused Bradley Bass of having bad intent when he preserved Snapchat images. A ruling is expected later this month.
The case has been cited as an example of how decades-old child pornography laws can ensnare administrators unaware that possessing explicit images of children is sexual exploitation, no matter the person’s intent.
In one case, an Eastern Colorado principal faces 12 years in prison
The key role Officer Jared Barham has played in the case highlights the lack of consistent regulation around school resource officers
Under Colorado law, even unintentionally possessing explicit images of kids is akin to having child pornography. The man faces up to 12 years in prison.
Derek Bos said his last day in Brush will be Dec. 9. He will start work in Eagle on Dec. 12
The charges against Scott Hodgson were thrown out last month by a district judge, who said the administrator had acted in good faith.
Though misguided, Scott Hodgson didn’t violate the spirit of child porn laws when he OK’d preserving explicit Snapchat images, judge rules
After a Safe2Tell tip came in, two administrators saved images on a secure school server in Brush. Cops and the DA say it violated porn possession laws.