A Connecticut federal judge on Monday ordered a man convicted of distributing child pornography to pay about $200,000 in restitution to a woman who was photographed being sexually abused when she was a child. Judge Warren W. Eginton said his ruling was the first in a criminal case in which someone convicted of possessing illegal images -- but not creating them -- is required to pay restitution. The case involves Alan Hesketh, a former Pfizer vice president who was sentenced in October to 78 months in prison.
Former Pfizer VP Ordered to Pay Victim in Child Porn Case
The Associated Press
February 24, 2009