Today's entirely creepy and queasy story comes to us from ... well, from The U, which probably isn't entirely surprising. But this isn't a fun tale of coked up strippers or the Seventh Floor Crew. This one involves child porn and the school's child porn.
Football Sports Information Director Rick Korch was fired — but not yet charged — after a routine sweep of his work computer brought up several instances of child pornography. And he was the one who asked for the sweep.
Korch made a request of university technicians that his computer be checked because it was running slowly. Korch provided his user name and password to university technician Alberto Perez, who discovered files in the computer of sexually explicit material, according to the search warrant. Included in the files was a video of a man having sex with a "prepubescent female" and images revealing "scantily clad females who appeared to be between the ages of 10 and 15 years old in sexual type poses."
Under a folder titled "Season Recaps," university technicians found other images of children engaged in sexual conduct. According to police, one child was estimated to be between 6 and 8 years old.
Blech. At least now they know why his computer was running slowly. Yipes.
Hurricanes Employee Fired Over Child Porn On His Computer [Sports By Brooks]