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Strongsville priest accused in child pornography case may have participated in child prostitution, prosecutors say

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Geauga County prosecutors say they have uncovered evidence that a Strongsville priest accused of possessing child pornography "engaged in activities involving child prostitution,” according to court filings.
Geauga County Prosecutor James Flaiz wrote in the Friday filing that his office discovered the evidence after searching computers and other electronic devices seized from the Rev. Robert McWilliams in December, and through in-state and out-of-state interviews.
Flaiz has been in talks with U.S. Attorney Justin Herdman’s office about whether the case against the Rev. Robert McWilliams — which includes charges that span two Ohio counties — should move to federal court, the filing says.
McWilliams has pleaded not guilty to charges in two counties that accuse him of possessing child pornography. A grand jury in Cuyahoga County charged him last month in a 21-count indictment, and he faces a single charge in Chardon Municipal Court.
Flaiz wrote in the filing that McWilliams is expected to face additional charges once the case is presented to a grand jury there. He is currently being held in the Geauga County Jail on a $150,000 bond.
USA : un prêtre de l’Ohio initialement arrêté pour détention d'images pédo-pornographiques pourrait être impliqué dans la prostitution d'enfants selon les procureurs.
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