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The Nation

The head of the FBI told a federal pornography panel he sees no need for any new anti-smut weapons. FBI Director William H. Webster said measures enacted last year involving organized crime and wiretaps that also make it easier to prosecute child exploitation cases are basically all the federal action he wants. “I want to see how effective we are in dealing with these tools” before deciding whether to seek any others, Webster told the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography.


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