Framing Innocence by Lynn Powell

This account of a true story is disturbing, but it will really draw you in.
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In 1999, Cynthia Stewart dropped off several rolls of film at a drugstore. A lab tech, disturbed by prints of Stewart’s daughter in the shower, called the police. This gripping true story details Stewart’s arrest on abuse charges and the six months it took to get the case dismissed. "You don’t have to be guilty to have your life trashed," Stewart’s husband says-chilling words today, when children’s photos abound on the Internet. Available at

First Published Tue, 2010-10-26 10:23

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