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'Hackah Jak' trial could reveal FBI ties

The criminal case against a well-known computer hacker moved closer to trial Wednesday when a Cincinnati judge refused to dismiss the charges against him. Jesse Tuttle, better known as “Hackah Jak,” is accused of storing child pornography on his computer and is charged with breaking into Hamilton County’s computer network. Tuttle’s lawyers had challenged the charges against the 23-year-old Camp Dennison man, arguing that his activities can be explained by his work as a paid informant for the FBI. They said searches of Tuttle’s computer were improper because sheriff’s investigators failed to disclose the FBI connection to the judge who issued the search warrant. Full Story

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