FORT COLLINS COLORADOAN - A more than three-year-long child pornography case that gained national notoriety came to a close Tuesday with a split verdict.
At least, for now.
Stanley Tiger Romanek, a 54-year-old Loveland man, was found guilty of felony possession of child pornography but not guilty of distribution of child pornography.
Deputy District Attorney Mitch Murray said in his closing statements that at its core, the case is "very simple" and that the child pornography found on Romanek's computer made it there through Romanek's "purposeful actions."
"There's nothing magical, nothing mysterious about it. ... The evidence is all in front of you, completely there," he said.
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