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Defendant's child pornography conviction is affirmed where: 1) the evidence was sufficient for the district court to reasonably find, beyond a reasonable doubt, that defendant knowingly possessed the images of child pornography found on his computer; 2) the evidence was more than sufficient to support the district court's finding that the images depicted real minors; and 3) the district court reasonably found that one or more of the twenty-seven images depicted sexually explicit conduct, and that defendant knew that fact based on his knowing possession of the images and his admissions when arrested.
Submitted: September 25, 2009
Filed: December 22, 2009
Opinion by Judge Loken
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