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Nudity not required for child pornography (access required)

A defendant was properly convicted of child pornography based on a video of him masturbating on a clothed, sleeping child because nudity of the child is not required, and the video was sexually explicit. The defendant was also properly convicted of indecent liberties because there was a reasonable probability that the child would be awoken ...