Do not share explicit images through Facebook

Alicia Guzman
February 5, 2018

Authorities in MA are warning people to stop sharing a viral video depicting child pornography as it continues to spread across social media.

The video shows a man engaging in sex acts with a young girl. The video has been reported in other states as well.

Federal authorities have been notified and are trying to figure out the video's origin.

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Viewing or sharing child pornography is illegal, and can lead to criminal charges.

Authorities in Florida issued an advisory warning people of the graphic content in the video and urging them to notify Facebook to get the video deleted from the account. Sharing the video will not give justice to the victim; instead, it will continue to victimize the child.

If you do come across the video you are asked to report the video to the social media platform to where it was received and contact your local law enforcement.

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A viral video that appears to depict child pornography has caught the attention of law enforcement in Maryland.

After the video began circulating Facebook, several law enforcement agencies throughout the country began investigating.

Some people have reported getting the video in their Facebook inbox. "If you are in possession of it, no matter your good intentions, that is also a felony", Madison County's Chief Trial Attorney, Tim Gann explained.

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Corporate headquarters discourages people from sharing the video at all.

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