San Diego attorneys heading to the slammer for child porn

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Two San Diego attorneys have been disbarred following child pornography convictions.

David Dale Lamb, who worked as a county public defender, was arrested in Santa Ana in May 2016.

The case began when Canadian authorities in Toronto alerted U.S. Homeland Security Investigations agents that a computer address in San Diego had posted to an online chat room several explicit files of boys, according to the complaint.

Lamb’s apartment was searched in 2015 and several electronic devices were seized.

Agents found 847 images and more than 100 videos of child porn, according to the complaint.

One file was titled “babyrape,” and many images involved child bondage, the document states.

Lamb, using the name “sdattorney,” told another user he liked “yng, rough and hardcore” child pornography and was “always lkng for rape vids,” the complaint states.

He also told one user that he’d sexually abused two children in the past, the complaint states.

The second attorney, Richard Alan Wolf, was accused of participating in an internet group that traded child porn. When agents searched his home in September 2009, they found more than 72,000 images of child porn and child erotica, along with 185 videos, according to the complaint.

He pleaded guilty to knowingly receiving child pornography. He was sentenced in 2012 to five years in prison.

San Diego Union-Tribune

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